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VistaSetupPrep.exe options; Bootable DVD


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Does anybody know command line options for VistaSetupPrep.exe ? Im interested to know if it leaves the extracted Vista DVD files after the install. On another blog it tells the process

(https://blogs.msdn.com/windowsmarketplace/archive/2007/01/29/what-do-you-get-when-you-download-windows-vista-from-marketplace.aspx)

If it does, can this be used with the WAIK or BDD 2007 to create a bootable Vista DVD? Im thinking I could use oscdimg.exe, but curious if someone else has figured it out. I don't like the idea of downloading Vista and then not having a bootable physical copy of it.

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15 hours ago, dham said:

EFI Baseband

I am going to presume this is a translation error, since baseband refers to signal frequency and typically you only see baseband referenced in the installation of OS onto mobile phones.

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