Upgrade from Vista Home Premium to Vista Ultimate left me with both copies of windows and no hard drive space RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello,

    I just upgraded from Vista Home Premium to Vista Ultimate using our Microsoft Action Pack License and Software. It seemed to go super well and easy except that I noticed that my C: Drive is almost left with no memory because the Vista Home install was not deleted during the upgrade.


    I did receive a message during the Vista Ultimate install that an upgrade was impossible and only a full install would work and would result in losing all data currently on the C: Drive. I accepted that option and proceeded with the full install. Again, seemed to work super well, installed Vista Office Enterprise and all of that worked well too.


    My question:


    How do i rid my computer of the old Vista Home Premium installation? I assume it's not a good idea to just delete it from the C: Drive?


    Thank you!



    Saturday, May 31, 2008 4:47 PM