Windows Vista from Microsoft if you have problems with your DVD

Discussion in 'Installation & Compatibility' started by chambers, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. chambers


    Jan 13, 2008
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    For those who have problems with their DVD of VISTA you can get a copy from Microsoft to burn.

    As you can see below, the links are direct from the Microsoft website. This is a completely original untouched copy of Vista. It's the 32bit-Vista version

    (Ultimate/Business/Home depending on what serial number you use, of course).

    Full-Version (not an upgrade).

    You need all 3 files. Size: 2.52Gb

    After you complete your download, you SHOULD have these 3 files.

    Now run the “X13-49120” file. Once fully extracted the setup will begin.

    Now simply close the installer. In the directory that the three files were there will now be a folder called “Vista" The folder is 2.52 Gb.

    Open the folder an

    The folder is 2.52 Gb. Open the folder and the following files will be found:

    This is the full version of Windows Vista Retail;

    We know this as the file size is the same as the Vista retail DVD The DVD I have is 2.52 GB the same as the folder we just extracted.

    Now open Nero express or another Good Burning software, I recommend Nero express as it is very simple (nothing can go wrong as its has very few options)

    Rename it to LRMCFRE_EN_DVD and chose your DVD recorder, and click burn.
    chambers, Jan 21, 2008
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