Dec 302008
 

If you bought your computer with Windows Vista pre-installed, you most likely don't have a regular Windows Vista repair disc. What you do have is some crappy disc from the manufacturer that totally wipes your computer back to factory settings. What if you just want to run Startup repair off the Vista install cd without losing all your settings?

It turns out that Microsoft is going to let you create your own Vista repair disc when Service Pack 1 comes out in a month or so. If you can't wait that long, the nice people over at Neosmart have created their own Vista Repair Disc available for download.

The file is an ISO image file… if you are familiar then skip to the link, otherwise we've also got instructions on how to create a CD from the ISO file.

Burn Vista Recovery Disc ISO to CD

You may already have a tool to do this such as Nero, but the best tool available for burning ISOs is ImgBurn, a freeware utility that does nothing else but burn ISO images, and it does it well.

Open up ImgBurn, and then click on the “Browse for a file” button, selectin

g the file you downloaded from Neosmart.

Put a blank CD into the drive, and then click the big Write button.Download ImgBurn from imgburn.comDownload Windows Vista Recovery Disc from neosmart.net

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  4 Responses to “HowTo Create Vista Repair Rescue Disk”

  1. Umm you say “It turns out that Microsoft is going to let you create your own Vista repair disc when Service Pack 1 comes out in a month or so.”

    Maybe you mean SP2??? Because Sp1 has been out for Over or Around a year? Of course since your Post has no date on it Maybe you just republished this article, but I’ve been subscribed to RSS here for a while and to me this IS a new post so I says: BUH?!

  2. [...] If you don’t have one, you can create a Windows Vista repair disk using this guide [...]

  3. HowTo Create Vista Repair Rescue Disk…

    Creating a rescue disk for Windows Vista…

  4. that is why I switch all my computers from PC to mac. Now my only PC left has this problem. It is really microshift!

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