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Hi,

I have the Vista setup in my XP folder, what I want to do is to burn it into a CD or DVD. But before doing this, I'm wondering if it's possible to burn the Vista image into a number of empty CDs? If that's not possible to do, then is it possible to get one of my used DVDs (bought from a store), load it up on PC, then delete everything on it and then finally burn the image onto that DVD? Cuz I just bought new computer parts and I'd like to install Vista on that new PC.

Thx.

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Yeah I think you can... only works if you have a DVD-R drive.

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Ya it's iso.

It's bootable but my new PC has no windows, so meaning I need a CD or DVD (With Vista on it) to install into this new PC. Again look at my top post for more detail

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burning burning the iso on cd would mean splitting the file to fit on cd. i am assuming that the file is bigger than a cd, u can use a file splitter brogram to acheive this. but i suggest that u get the dvd drive first, burn the image then u can clean the hdd and reinstall vista.

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boy ,you sure this is english ,you guys must be spending to much time in chat rooms.talking short burn to hand and mumbo jumbo.post #1 still makes no sense to me .!!!!
burn to used dvds!!
anyway sounds like a illegal copy of Vista to me,or you would have it on a DVD disk all ready,and policy here is no help for pirated software ..

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Not necessarily caperjack, I have MSDNAA with my uni, and I can get a fully legal copy of vista downloaded from that as an ISO.

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