Um, max... £40 (including delivery). The situation is that my dad was going on about Vista and he asked me to order a copy. By the time it'd arrived (we ordered online), he'd decided that I was forbidden to install it on the computer as his friend had to take it off his laptop. I tried to explain that his laptop was very limited (1Ghz, 512MB RAM, 64MB integrated graphics), but he still didn't want me to put it on there. So there's a copy of Vista Home Premium, bought and paid for, just gathering dust.
Now, I've got him to consider loading Vista onto the computer. He wants to reinstall Windows anyway, so he's letting me install Vista first to just see how it works. I want to show Vista in a good light, show it doing the shiny new things like Aero that make it actually look good. He's not going to care that the networking's been improved, he needs to be able to see the improvements. But, at the moment, the computer can't handle the Aero and the Flip 3D thing and the shiny new features because it's lacking a good graphics card and RAM. The graphics card just needs to do Aero, nothing like a gaming graphics card (well, it needs to be able to handle the Windows games).
What about this one:http://www.dabs.com/...?Quicklinx=49WY
I think it's the same really, but with 128MB.
Thanks for the help so far by the way, troppo.
Edited by o2mcgovem, 09 March 2007 - 06:14 PM.