Vista: How to install Service Pack SP1?



Vista: How to install Service Pack SP1? What is Service Pack SP1 for Windows Vista

Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows Vista - is a set of updates for Windows Vista, released by Microsoft since the release of Windows Vista (it includes all updates previously released for Windows Vista).

Package for Windows Vista SP1 improves the reliability and performance, supports new types of equipment and standards.
SP1 for Windows Vista is available free of charge and is accompanied by a free certificate for installation.
SP1 can be used to upgrade all editions of Windows Vista (Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Ultimate).

  How to install the service pack Microsoft Windows Vista 1 (SP1)
- Download the package SP1 (32-bit versions of Windows Vista you can download the service pack on the link http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/1/9/219163f5-fae5-4c2b-a607-872ff085f9e2/Windows6.0-KB936330-X86-wave1.exe; 544.3 11,111,146. 11,111,147 MB.)
- Create a restore point;
- Run the file Windows6.0-KB936330-X86-wave1.exe ;
- Window Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista press Next (Update installer checks for disk space, and if the space of less than 6 GB , Displays a message that you need more space);
- In the next window, read the license agreement, select I accept the terms of the license and then Next ;
- In the next window with the message "Save your work, close all programs and click" Install ". The installation may take more than an hour. During the installation, use a computer can not. The computer will reboot several times "check if checkbox Automatically restart the computer 11,111,147. And then [i] Set ;
- Will begin installing the service pack;
- After you install a window 11,111,146. Installation completed successfully [/i] with the message "Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista is installed on your computer, press Done .

  Notes
1. If you install Vista SP1 on a laptop, connect it to the mains, because battery capacity may not be sufficient for the whole upgrade process.
2. Do not disconnect power or turn off the PC during the installation of updates!
3. Before installing SP1, close all open files and programs.
4. Before downloading the SP1 package, select the correct version of SP1: 32-bit version of Windows Vista or 64-bit.
To find the version of the OS, press Start , Right-click the item Computer and then click 11,111,146. Properties 11,111,147. . Section System 11,111,147. the type of operating system in the group [i] Type of 11,111,147. .
If the package is installed with the SP1 installation disk, the correct version will be selected automatically.
5. Pack SP1 can be installed with the SP1 CD or download from the Web site service pack Windows Vista Service Pack 1.

6. Make sure that your PC hard disk have enough free space to install the service pack. For 32-bit version of SP1 is required not less than 7 [i] GB
free space, 64-bit version of SP1 is required at least 13 GB space.
7. Before you upgrade, back up your files on an external hard drive, DVD-and CD-ROM device, flash memory USB drive or a network folder.
8. If the configuration of your antivirus software does not allow to modify some system files may have been a denial when you install SP1. Try temporarily disabling your antivirus software. To do this, right-click the icon for your antivirus program (which usually appears in the System Tray in the lower right corner of the screen) and choose the command Disable .
9. If before installing the service pack has been disabled antivirus program, then turn it.
10. When you install SP1 strictly follow the instructions on the screen.

 
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