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  1. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    Microsoft Windows Vista SP1 Official ISO's Downloads

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    Windows Vista SP1 ISO Direct Download Links:
    Please note: You may need to download all 3 files install.wim/boot.wim for vista to be complete.



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    What this software does is to remove a file called ei.cfg from your newly download Windows ISO.
    This will enable you to select any Windows Vista version for installation.
    The ISO includes all of the 32bit or 64bit versions of Starter, Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate.

    This is the Official Microsoft Software And You Will Need To Provide A Valid Key / Serial.

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  2. AllanVS Active Member

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    What exactly do the WIM files do?
  3. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    The WIM File is basically what holds the image..... it can also be modified too you also can create a WIM file.

    Windows Imaging File
  4. TazDevilLooney Admin

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    7-Zip unzips them and you can browse the content.
  5. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    Yes that is correct... see HERE for a more in depth explanation.

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  6. MyDigitalpoint DP Mystique

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    Thanks for sharing this, but honestly, I'd rather prefer to upgrade to Windows 7

    Or is this update a good way to improve the poor performance of Vista vs the huge amount of resources that it needs?
  7. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    Wait what is this I'm a little confused?
  9. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    Thread Updated!

    I have added a video showing how to create a Bootable Vista DVD should you need all the files to complete the Windows Vista Install DVD.
  10. Anthrax Pre-Moderation

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    thanks alot for this, i was looking for this everywhere.
  11. justdiva Member

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    Thanks so much for posting this. I had been looking for a way to do it, but had no luck. This will come in handy the next time I wipe my hard drive and do a fresh install of Vista. Although it's not necessary, I like to do it twice a year to speed up my system again.
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  12. Ptolemaios Newbie

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    But remember you need a VALID Windows Vista serial key. If your computer did not come with a manual containing your product key, here is how to retrieve it:

    1. Click Start
    2. Go to Control Panel
    3. Go to System Maintenance
    4. Go to System
    5. Scroll down to the Windows Activation section.

    Look at your Product ID and write it down. I recommend you write this down before you create a bootable Windows Vista CD.
  13. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    I have missed something all these years.... :wink: That isn't the product key your talking about but the product ID which is a Unique key given when a version of windows is registered.

    You can retrieve your product key using one of these free Product Key Finders HERE
  14. Ptolemaios Newbie

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    Oh sorry. Did not know the difference. I have a question though. Can you use the product ID to find the product key or are they not connected in any way?

    Thanks for correcting me :happy:
  15. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    No the easiest way to retrieve the product key would be to use a free app called Jellybean key finder. or any from the link in my last post :wink:

    The ID is basically the number that is when you activate it will generate the product ID for your machine.

    Windows is Activated
    > Product I.D. xxxxx-oem-xxxxxxx xxx xx
    Or
    Windows is Activated
    >Product I.D. xxxxx-xxx-xxxxxxx xxx xx
  16. Ptolemaios Newbie

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    Oh I see. Thanks for telling me. So is the product I.D. basically used to tell if your Windows is genuine?
  17. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    Ummm well if you like, but your Windows Product tells microsoft that you are genuine and then they generate the Windows ID... but what it actually is..... The Windows product ID act's as a fingerprint to your computer and personal details, data gathered during the registration process gives Microsoft the means to track both individual users and the documents they produce across the Internet. The registration also produces a hardware audit of the local machine.

    It it just the same as any other software used, they all have Product ID's and what this does is identify the user with that ID.... for instance, lets say you have Microsoft Office, the number is used to generate unique identification numbers for Microsoft Office documents created on the machine. These numbers are embedded in the documents themselves, which means they can be 'fingerprinted'.

    This is the same for all Software they all have ID Product numbers, and if you read the small print it will tell you all I have said but in a way where it is hard to understand in most cases.

    Pretty much anything you do or use from computer registrations to the internet is not private, trust me :wink:

    But the be all and end all is that you do not need to worry your little head over the Windows Product ID... It means nothing to you an I :giggle::happy:
  18. DarMac Pre-Moderation

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    When do we run the ef-cgi removal utility?
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