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Vista to Windows 7 Upgrades Fail.
Vista to Windows 7 Upgrades Fail Because of Intel Storage Driver.
For the development process of Windows 7, Microsoft has worked closely with hardware manufacturers in order to ensure seamless compatibility and support for the latest iteration of the Windows client. This strategy has put Windows 7 light years away from Windows Vista in terms of incompatibility issues, but still, there are exceptions “designed” to confirm the rule. According to Microsoft, there are users that experienced failures when upgrading from Vista to Windows 7 because of an Intel storage driver.
Vista to Windows 7 Upgrades Fail Because of Intel Storage Driver - iastor.sys (error 0xc0000359) - Softpedia
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