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I was on my computer all of a sudden it shut down and rebooted and now it wants the vista disk and i dont have it

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Hey there,

You need to tell me what platform of vista are you using,

Gimme the name so that i'll be able to suggest you for further remedies.

Thanx

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Romy

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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