Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/548783 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Turns out the Vista Advisor didn't like the idea of my Network Card... It then proceeds to tell me that I don't have an internet connection and it can't contact the web service. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. navigate here
Again, both of these were disabled. > > As a side note, it's a constant source of frustration that it seems > that 'disable' doesn't mean 'disable' with regard to some Please try the request again. Guest, Oct 25, 2006, in forum: Windows Vista Installation Replies: 2 Views: 417 Guest Oct 25, 2006 RE: Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor error Guest, Jan 31, 2007, in forum: Windows Vista Forget it. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_install/problem-encountered-while-running-windows-vista/7dbd359e-f680-4148-a693-466b90de65bf
Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? This all took placewhile my Symantec Anti-Virus Auto-Protect was disabled.Post by Rick RogersHi,Have you uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled the advisor yet?Did you disable your antivirus software while installing and running it?--Best All rights reserved. firstname.lastname@example.org 2007-09-25 08:23:00 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Rick RogersHi,Uninstall, not just disable, all the Symantec software.--Best of Luck,Hopefully that will help Axiom, but I'm running nod32 anti virus, andComodo firewall.
I used Yahoo & Google to search "Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor encountered an error scanning your system. Firewall could be blocking tool accessing the net, check firewall settings. 3. And I vote for > meaningful error messages. > John Barnes, Sep 27, 2007 #7 Guest It's WinXP 32 bit. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows Vista > Windows Vista Installation > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick
Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor Error. Way too may failed upgrades fail until they are uninstalled. > Any chance you are trying to run the advisor on a 64-bit version of XP? > , Sep 28, Thanks! Please check the verbage of the error message.
If the problem persists, you can uninstall W.V.U.A. Then, paste into a response area at this thread. Cullimore View Public Profile Visit Cullimore's homepage! Is there a log > > somewhere with a more specific error message that might be helpful? > > Guest, Sep 24, 2007 #3 Guest On 24 Sep, 20:32, Axiom
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pault2006 View Public Profile Find More Posts by pault2006 Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 04-02-2007, 19:09 #2 Cullimore Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2003 Location: However, when Itry to start the windows driver foundation, I get an error 31, adevice attached to the system is not functioning, although as far as Ican tell everything is functioning. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed.
Clark sir_James Guest Posts: n/a Re: Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor Error. The time now is 22:55. -- Digital Spy -- Mobile Forums DIGITAL SPY, PART OF THE HEARST UK ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK © 2015 Hearst Magazines UK is the trading name of the However, when I try to start the windows driver foundation, I get an error 31, a device attached to the system is not functioning, although as far as I can tell Stay logged in Sign up now!
Reply Satisfy Me says: October 27, 2006 at 11:24 am Yesterday I recommended the Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor in my post "How can I find out if my PC is Reply If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor and reinstall the latest version. As a side note, it's a constant source of frustration that it seems that 'disable' doesn't mean 'disable' with regard to some AV products. weblink and reinstall > the latest version." > > Several reinstalls later I have no progress on this front...
The network card is an "IC Plus IP100 10/100 Fast ethernet adapter" The problem occurs no matter which way I attempt to install Vista (clean, upgrade etc) and in both 32 So maybe it's this? Sign Up Now! More About Us...
If the problem persists, you can uninstall Windows Vista UpgradeAdvisor and reinstall the latest version.I have googled the error and am unable to find a solution. I think... Clark "sir_James"
Can anyone suggest why I am getting the error message? That -- and setting my itgproxy with Port: 80 as noted above -- seemed to fix the problem. email@example.com 2007-09-24 21:06:21 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by AxiomYes, I uninstalled, redownloaded, and reinstalled WVUA. On the left you will have 3 or 4 categories [ 4 if you have IE 7 installed ].
could be a problem as it is built into my Motherboard, but uninstalling this device from device manager seemed to solve the problem... I'm running XP Pro SP2, on a dual core machine with 2gb RAM and gigs of available disk. Wisely, I had only allocated about half of the 120GB disk to the Windows XP Pro installation. I keep getting the same message about 2 minutes into the scan.
so, any idea what could be causing this? Nick , Sep 24, 2007 #4 Rick Rogers Guest Hi, Uninstall, not just disable, all the Symantec software. -- Best of Luck, Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/ Are you running SP2, Min of .Net 1.1 and MSXML4? Intersting, because as it is telling me this, I'm posting this comment.
And I vote formeaningful error messages.