I’m stuck creating a Vista CD with WinPE — what do I do next?

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The download is sitting on my desktop as 2 icons. One is labeled BOOT622 and the other is labeled SCOPY. I used AlcoholSoft to create the ISO images, and I have no idea what to do next. The AIK tools folder is nowhere to be found, and I don't know how to install the AIK program on my hard disk. I usually confuse everyone when I try to explain what I'm trying to do, but I'm trying to learn what is out there. Please let me know if you I can provide more info to help in solving my problem. Thank you, J Wall
ASKED: February 25, 2008  6:23 PM
UPDATED: February 25, 2008  9:02 PM

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Hi,

The downloaded files must have an iso image file. if not download vista from some other site .such as www.torrentreactor.net
There are lot of torrent sharing websites.(google torrent)

Burn the iso image directly on the cd/dvd using the the cd/dvd burner.i usually use nero or free <b>poweriso</b> tool for burning image files.

Burning the image file will create the bootable windows cd.

If you need serial key .go to website www.serials.ws:))

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