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Jeff Über Admin

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#1 12 years ago

While doing normal geek browsing (yes, I look up tech crap everywhere) I came across this tool that will allow you to make your own installer of your copy of Windows Vista. Basically it takes you through and lets you create a new ISO that can be bootable and unattended if you wish, and will allow you to pick and choose which will be preinstalled on your system. So you can simply not have those annoying items of Vista even installed on your system so you don't need to waste time removing them later. I figure it could be handy for some of the forumers that wished they had this sooner. Check it out; vLite - Windows Vista configuration tool Screenshots of it in action; About - vLite - Windows Vista configuration tool


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#2 12 years ago

I never received any installation discs, and if my hard drive were to be completely wiped clean, this would install a full copy of Windows Vista?




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#3 12 years ago

you need the install cd.. this just allows you to make a new install disc with whatever you wanted to add or remove during the initial installation.


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#4 12 years ago

So this is worthless if you don't have the installation cd?




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#5 12 years ago

Been there, done that. Been using nLite for quite a while with XP as well.




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#6 12 years ago
Ensign Riles;3811668I never received any installation discs, and if my hard drive were to be completely wiped clean, this would install a full copy of Windows Vista?

I know you bought a computer really similar to mine so I think I can help. when I bought it there was no Vista installation CD too.. But the guy who sold it to me told me to do a Recovery Disk Backup on DVD (2).

So basically all you have to do is burn the HP_Recovery Disk on 2 DVDs and if your computer crash or something you can use these DVDs to restore you basic settings (vista)




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#7 12 years ago

Thanks for the advice. It's been a bit of an adjustment going from Windows 2000 to Vista. :p




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#8 12 years ago

Thanks for the advice. It's been a bit of an adjustment going from Windows 2000 to Vista. :p




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#9 12 years ago

Thanks for the advice. It's been a bit of an adjustment going from Windows 2000 to Vista. :p




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#10 12 years ago

Triple post ;)

Would you say Vista is better than XP?




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