"This is one for all of you readers who’ve had trouble installing Windows Vista. Don’t feel bad. Even some Microsoft developers — who have the Vista team on premise — can’t manage to upgrade to Vista.
Microsoft developer Andy Pennell wanted to install Vista at home. (Pennell is a developer on HDi, the interactivity layer for HD DVD.)" Read the entire article here
Well it seems Microsoft is getting more aware of this problem and decided to put up a tutorial on its Community based Windows Help site to show customers how to open the new type of product boxes they introduced in January with the launch of Windows Vista and Office 2007 correctly.
"The Windows Vista box opens with a swing-out section that holds your DVD and manuals. The box has two security seals that need to be cut or removed before it can be opened." Read the entire tutorial here
The trickest part based on my experience opening the Vista box is the trasparent sticker that holds the two parts together, once you remove that, you should be good to go.