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Lost registry files, OEM software so I don't have the disk to reinstall Windows. Operating system is Windows Vista Home Premium, 64 bit.

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Http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4477672/window_vista_home_premium_64_bit_sp1_NOT_CRACKED
in this location you wil be able to download the vista and after that burn it on a disk using Nero ...remember to double click on the image ..and let nero make it bootable ..do not open nero and try to burn by adding ..
You will need a torrent client to be able to download use uttorent is tha fastest ..and it is available on google search for free
But ..if you do not want the 64 ...there are available more vista on 32...and they are even without need for registration ...But if you do have the opriginal registration from the previous..this will do the job cause it is the exact one that you had..

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