Does my memory serve me right and you have a Dell?
I note there is a caution to check the (Dell) site in case they have altered it in any way.
I was an "early adopter" of Vista, in fact I had it installed as an XP upgrade some 6 days after it was released last year.
I have decided, in spite of my keenness to get SP1, to wait for the normal update process to offer it to me.
1. I do not really know if I have a non compliant driver. Yes I could image the drive using Acronis and revert back if it resembles a pear, but see 2.
2. Unlike the move from XP to Vista where the changes were obvious and worth having, I currently have a very stable system with Vista and the SP1 offers no new features but rather just improved performance. I can wait for the improved performance for a few more weeks.
I think the fact that it has been written for Windows Server 2008 gives the game away a bit , released 4th Feb 2008 , his is a very fresh build . You can always download it and have it ready in case you need it , it has been pointed out to you , probably , because you have opted to have all updates , OS and hardware , for notification or downloading .
I have been downloading loads - game demos, playing games and basically giving the PC a hard time with video encoding and it's been fine with that installed now for 2 days. Up time in the past 2 days has been 30 odd hours.
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