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Topic # 55441 4-Jan-2010 17:58
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i brought my laptop with vista home premium 32bit, since then i formated and installd xp and linux, i want to format the entire computer and install vista back on but i have no disk, i am looking for a LEGIT iso or something i can burn to make a vista install disk can anyone help (i have my own product key so i only want legit iso's ect)

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  Reply # 286971 4-Jan-2010 19:43
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  Reply # 287291 5-Jan-2010 23:16
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Just see if you can borrow an oem DVD from someone and use that.
One good thing about vista was that there is only one DVD needed as it has all versions on it, basic, home premium, business etc and depending on what product key you type in during setup then dictates which version is installed.
you will need to download drivers etc from the laptop manufacturers website.




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