I recently acquired the DVD-ROM to upgrade Vista on my Toshiba laptop to Windows 7. I started the installation and reached the compatibility and viability stage when I was informed that my machine contained three programs which would interfere and must be uninstalled. I did so and started the installation again. I reached the same stage again and was informed that one of the programs, namely, 'Kaspersky Anti Virus' was still installed. I had removed the only Kaspersky reference from the registry and was unable to go any further since the only command in the dialog box was 'Close'. I took my machine to a trusted firm and he searched for the file. He was unable to locate it and assured me it was not in the Registry. He also informed me that he was doing nothing much with Windows 7 until January, when the Service Pack comes out.
I am stuck. I would like to continue and upgrade. Can anyone help? Has anyone had the same problem?
Any help would be much appreciated. Kind Regards, Cigos