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Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. n***@netwiz.demon.co.uk 2007-09-24 21:06:21 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by AxiomYes, I uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled WVUA. Way too may failed upgrades fail until they are uninstalled.Any chance you are trying to run the advisor on a 64-bit version of XP? 7 Replies 2 Views Switch to linear Check This Out

My hard drive was formatted by the Windows XP installation tool (full format) several months ago. "Clark" wrote: > You might give a description of your computer and all devices. I am running XP Pro (32 bit). If you are planning on installing Windows Vista on your current computer, you can check to see if your hardware can handle Vista’s system requirements at www.windowsvista.com/getready."

Many PC OEMs (like Can anyone suggest why I am getting the error message? http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_install/problem-encountered-while-running-windows-vista/7dbd359e-f680-4148-a693-466b90de65bf

It worked when I first ran the scan, but on further scans, the error message appears. microsoft.public.windows.vista.installation_setup Discussion: Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor Error :( (too old to reply) Axiom 2007-09-21 22:20:00 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi All, I'm running Windows XP SP2 and I am trying to run If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor and reinstall the latest version. LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Computer problem?

I'll double check though. If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista UpgradeAdvisor and reinstall the latest version.I have googled the error and am unable to find a solution. Longworth Windows Vista Install & Setup 2 06-23-2006 05:29 PM Vista Upgrade Advisor and XP 64-bit ja Windows Vista 1 05-23-2006 10:52 PM Windows Error running Windows XP Upgrade Advisor Craig On the left you will have 3 or 4 categories [ 4 if you have IE 7 installed ].

Make sure that your firewall allows the application to access the Internet - I saw a notice from OneCare pop-up that the firewall allowed the app. Again, both of these were disabled.As a side note, it's a constant source of frustration that it seemsthat 'disable' doesn't mean 'disable' with regard to some AV products.But is this the Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Posted: 10-25-2006, 11:59 AM sir_James Guest Posts: n/a Show Printable Version Email this Page Post Comment So my new shiny Vista disk arrived today, and having put it in the

This all took placewhile my Symantec Anti-Virus Auto-Protect was disabled.Post by Rick RogersHi,Have you uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled the advisor yet?Did you disable your antivirus software while installing and running it?--Best The Asus P4V8X-MX board did not come with Vista drivers and I didn't download any. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To check your current PC, you can evaluate your current PCwith the Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor.

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Rick Rogers, Sep 22, 2007 #2 Advertisements Guest Guest Yes, I uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled WVUA. Strange proxy issue, add the below: 1. Is there a logsomewhere with a more specific error message that might be helpful? Don't think it's a firewall issue ...

http://forums.microsoft.com/technet...9&siteid=17&sb=0&d=1&at=7&ft=11&tf=0&pageid=6 On 27 Sep, 02:49, "John Barnes" <> wrote: > You shouldn't need to uninstall for theupgradeadvisor to run, but if you > do an 'upgrade' from XP toVista, please do http://discusswire.com/windows-vista/reparar-windows-vista-sin-cd.html Guest, Oct 25, 2006, in forum: Windows Vista Installation Replies: 2 Views: 417 Guest Oct 25, 2006 RE: Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor error Guest, Jan 31, 2007, in forum: Windows Vista If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista Upgrade > > Advisor and reinstall the latest version. > > > > I have googled the error and am unable to Please check the verbage of the error message.

Do you know what the problem might be? Since more and more of the problems I solve are regarding Windows Vista, I decided to see how Vista would fare on this board. and reinstall the latest version." Several reinstalls later I have no progress on this front... this contact form Yet everything worked; no yellow exclamations in device manager; NIC, sound, and an old Asus GeForce MX 400 AGP video card all worked perfectly.

When I was done I now had a dual boot, Windows XP Pro, Windows Vista Ultimate, computer. If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista UpgradeAdvisor and reinstall the latest version.I have googled the error and am unable to find a solution. Loading...

I'm running XP Pro SP2, on a dual coremachine with 2gb RAM and gigs of available disk.

Did you disable your antivirus software while installing and running it? -- Best of Luck, Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/ Windows help - www.rickrogers.org My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com "Axiom" This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. However, when I try to start the windows driver foundation, I get an error 31, a device attached to the system is not functioning, although as far as I can tell Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

Nick , Sep 24, 2007 #4 Rick Rogers Guest Hi, Uninstall, not just disable, all the Symantec software. -- Best of Luck, Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/ I'm running XP Pro SP2, on a dual core machine with 2gb RAM and gigs of available disk. Thanks! http://discusswire.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-error-733.html Firewall could be blocking tool accessing the net, check firewall settings. 3.

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Way too may failed upgrades fail until they are uninstalled. > Any chance you are trying to run the advisor on a 64-bit version of XP? > , Sep 28, I've got a wireless router and I'm using Kaspersky Internet Secrurity 6 for my firewall. I've got a wireless router and I'm using Kaspersky Internet Secrurity 6 for my firewall. Generated Tue, 01 Nov 2016 21:55:34 GMT by s_hp90 (squid/3.5.20) | Search MSDN Search all blogs Search this blog Sign in Satisfy Me Satisfy Me A blog by M3 Sweatt with

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The SATA hard drive I had laying around had XP installed on it from an Asus P5B or P5L installation, not sure which, but surprised the heck out of me when Powered by vBulletin Version 3.7.1Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. If the problem persist you can uninstall Windows VUA. This all took placewhile my Symantec Anti-Virus Auto-Protect was disabled.Post by Rick RogersHi,Have you uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled the advisor yet?Did you disable your antivirus software while installing and running it?--Best

Install Vista anyway. If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor and reinstall the latest version.