Does anybody have a link that is fully working to download a Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit ISO file. I have to repair my computer because the OS went bad. I have my key that came with it. Thanks! Sorry if this is in the wrong topic.
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And if you never received a Recovery Disk when you purchased your Computer there should be a Recovery Partition on the Hard Drive to reinstall Windows back to how you bought your Computer.
The Recovery process can be started by pressing a particular Key or Keys combination at Boot. (Power On / Startup)
It may be F10, F11, Alt + F10, etc depending on the Manufacturer.
Ask them for the correct Key sequence.
Some manufacturers no longer have Vista Recovery Disks available.
If that happens, you may have to try this instead:
You can also borrow and use a Microsoft Vista DVD, that contains the files for the various Vista Editions (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate) to be installed. The Product Key on your Computer / Laptop case determines which Edition is
Other Manufacturers' Recovery DVDs are not to be used for the above purpose.
And you need to know the "bit" version for Vista, as 32bit and 64bit Editions come on different DVDs
Here is how to do a clean install of Vista, using a Microsoft Vista DVD:
"How to Do a Clean Install and Setup with a Full Version of Vista"