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Create my own customized Recovery partition, how?

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Hi!

I want to create my own customized unattended Vista Recovery for my laptop with no dependencies on any disc(s), i want a recovery partition due to the installation speed and convenience (as I don't always bring me the recovery discs at LAN). I've so far managed to integrate the necessary drivers, CD Key, specific settings, saved pre-activation and created the finished ISO file with vLite, and here's the problem:

How do i apply this image as a partition (as well as hidden) and make it bootable with "F9" ?

I've searched around the forum but i find the answers either hard to interpret/understand or not relevant to my problem - But i could be wrong about that. So, how do i proceed with this? I noticed people recommended "Acronis TrueImage" but i can't seem to find anything that might help me, maybe I'm looking at the wrong settings. So what do i need to do?

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I'm also very curious to see how this is done. I have a recovery partition on my old HP desktop that works just like this.

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