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Vista Ultimate only 698mb on disc -2500 on harddisk !


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hi!! i have a question and hopefully i need an answer! well i have an old PC Pentium 3 which works really great with xp, its hardware are as follows :

graphics card 64MB

processor 733MHz

RAM 320 MB ( can b upgraded to 512MB )

sound card - creative blaster

CD-RW 52x

my question is can i install a lite version of vista on it?? can i have any link where i can download it??

i have a laptop with xp and all needy requirements for vista but for the time being i wanna install it on my PC, can anyone help me please!!

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NO you cannot have a link to download it... That would be illegal.

As for installing a Vista lite edition on that pc yeah it can be done but I wouldn't wanna do it. Even trimmed down as far as you could it wouldn't run all that well.

ya i know but still wanna try it!! i have a very good mother board, once i had changed the processor to P4 and it had supported it without the need to change any other device!! if i cant get any version of that or links. pls email it to @ <removed>! pls i really wanna give a try to it and need it

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This is going to be the third person to say no. Downloading licenced software is illegal. If you really want to give it a try, then buy it yourself.

And like Kel already said - Vista wouldn't run well on that computer - regardless of the motherboard or P4 processor that you upgraded to. Simply - no. I've got a similar system that I tried installing Vista Business on - good lord... horrible horrible experience.

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I've got to add to the post - the very first rule in the forum rules clearly states this:

1. This is not a warez site! Links/Requests to warez and/or illegal material (porn, cracks, serials, etc..) will not be tolerated. Discussion of circumventing WGA/activation/timebombs/keygens or any other illegal activity will also not be tolerated. You will be banned without notice.

If you're asking to download a Vista install, you clearly do not own one, and thus you downloading and using Vista would be illegal in almost all countries in the world. Please do not ask again, or you will be banned without any further notice. Thank you.

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Based on your video, Security Center does not do the popups when installing things. That is UAC(User Account Control) found under msconfig/tools. Thought i would let you know.

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if one had to try vista, they should go to a local computer store [like compUSA or whatever] and take a look at their display computers that run vista...i played games on it for over an hour and they didn't care, and since i didn't care to have vista, no troubles at all.

if you really wanted to have vista, you should have gotten beta versions when they were out.

i don't see the fuss in vista, but i do like the accomplishment of such a small ISO.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Sorry for the late reply ..no this is the Home Vista Ini file ..because i wanted it to run as lite as possible.

This Home version is tested on a pentium 3 with 370mb ram..install only takes like 2500mb so you can also install it on a small harddrive if you are really out of hardware

Best regards!

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  • 4 weeks later...

No download link but a preset file to recompose your original windows vista dvd * The one they sell in the store !

Hope that aswerd your question !

Sorry 4 the late reply i was on holliday with my laptop and a very lite vista :P

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thats good that you accomplished installing Vista..but I'm sure you've striped it so bare that you will soon find some 'components' you wished you had....just because someone managed to squeeze a Porsche engine into the frame of a volkswagon..doesn't necessarily mean you've got a 'Porsche' now....lol

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