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You would have to use your original Vista CD, boot from CD and install a fresh copy over the current one without formatting. This is because you cannot upgrade you current version with the lower one. You files will remain with this but you may lose your installed applications.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
To uninstall an update, go to the control panel (Start --> Control Panel). Select Add/Remove programs. When this launches, check the "Show Updates" box in the top of the window. Scroll to the Microsoft or Windows section, and you should see the Service Pack 1 update. Clicking on this gives you a button to remove it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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