I'm using Vista Business edition at home, and keep getting blue screens. I upgraded the motherboard, processor (AMD 64 X2) and memory (4Gb) etc to ensure compatibility. I had to use the onboard video because of the lack of driver availably for my FX350 video card. But still only get a Vista Experience of 3.0! How your meant to get a higher number without driver support I don't know!
Even the Vista compatible motherboard doesn't have any driver available yet! so I have to expect Microsoft to provide a working device driver, again not good.
I like Vista but due to lack of support I thinking of going back to XP until Microsoft can sort out the bugs in the system (SP1 or SP2?)
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