Aero on vista basic?

  project 90 18:20 02 Feb 2009

obviously it wasnt included due to make more sales of the prem vista.

but is there any way to get it other than upgrade?

  dave726587 18:30 02 Feb 2009

theres probably a way just search windows aero on vista basic on google and i bet u will find a lot of info

  Sea Urchin 18:33 02 Feb 2009

This shows you how

click here

  project 90 18:55 02 Feb 2009

wow that hack too hard have to command promt things lol cheers for that though i give it a shot some time

  project 90 19:11 02 Feb 2009

this part confusing me?

In the right pane, you should see there are 2 value names, namely Composition and Composition Policy. Modify and edit the value date of Composition to 1 and Composition Policy to 2.

  project 90 19:13 02 Feb 2009

mine where already set to them values :S

  Sea Urchin 22:10 02 Feb 2009

Did you continue with the link? Continue to follow the instructions - another view

click here

  CurlyWhirly 11:52 03 Feb 2009

I don't think this works if you don't have a graphics card.

My friend tried it and it didn't work.

He has 2 GB RAM but is using onboard graphics, he has a Dual core E2200 processor running at 2.2 Ghz.

  project 90 17:47 03 Feb 2009

this doesnt work at all i got 4 gb ram and 8800gts q6600 followed them instructions to the letter still dont work :S

  Sea Urchin 18:03 03 Feb 2009

As CurlyWhirly says you need a graphics card to make this change - which is explained in the introduction to my original link. So if you are running on-board graphics then sadly the answer to your original question is No - it's not possible to incorporate Aero on Vista Basic.

  project 90 18:32 03 Feb 2009

didnt you read i have a 8800gts 512 overclocked it runs all my games max res it just doesnt seem to work at all

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