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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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in this case you could only have the situation that to format ur disk drive from other OS and you cannot run your system restore utility without ur vista home edition. It is not yet provided by any other site.

You must contact with ur vendour.

thanx

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Romy

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