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Transforming XP to Vista platform

I have downloaded file VTP 801.exe for transforming Windows XP (SP 2)
to Windows Vista. While transforming all the files are not transferred
to Vista. Pl advise me how to run vTP.801.exe file successfully.

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Leave Vista Transformation Pack on it's place and use "Windows Vista Mizer". It is the best software to convert windows Xp into Vista you can convert to any edition of vista and also make bootable vista disc,
try this download link for Windows Vista mizer
http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/VistaMizer-Download-74379.html

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Create a temporary working folder at the root (top) of the C: drive called "XPSETUP" (without the quotes). Actually, you can name it anything you want and put it anywhere you like, but for ease of explanation, the remainder of the steps below will assume that you have created the XPSETUP folder in the root of drive C:. This C:\XPSETUP folder will be where you will create the CDROM directory structure for your bootable Windows CD.

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Please rate as fixed coz i know this works and show some appritiaction :)

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