help with vista plz

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by skoop_steam, December 25, 2007.

  1. skoop_steam

    skoop_steam New Member

    hello i have download windows vista and now i only need windows vista oem tool 1.5 but i cant find it anywhere can some one help me?
     
  2. Etheco

    Etheco FS Member

    Wrong section, Moving to Help and Support section.
     
  3. Renegade89

    Renegade89 New Member

  4. skoop_steam

    skoop_steam New Member

    DOH ty for moving it FS•w33tab1x i dont know what i was thinking about
     
  5. skoop_steam

    skoop_steam New Member

    and thanks for the help FS•Renegade89 but that torrent is not the right one :)
    does somebody els have it ?
     
  6. BlinkY

    BlinkY Pork is not a Verb

    Tip:
    Ditch Vista
    Install XP
     
  7. skoop_steam

    skoop_steam New Member

    tip:
    go away
     
  8. Fenny

    Fenny Full Member

    ROFL, I upgraded from vista to xp when I saw what it did to my directx/opengl framerates.
    but seriously are you talking about this: OEM BIOS Emulation Toolkit For Windows Vista x86 v1.0?
     
  9. Etheco

    Etheco FS Member

    Just reinstalled vista :), get a better release of vista to be honest. mine installs the boot loader for you so it think its dell :), works a charm.

    And vista is shit loads better now, vista is defo a good way to go :D.
     
  10. loony636

    loony636 FS Member

    How I agree with that. I recently bought an HP laptop with Vista, and within 3 hours had to restore it to factory settings: I installed Alcohol 120%, and apparently the version I had installed the Virtual Driver Emulation driver that was incompatible with Vista, so it permanently crashed.

    Then there are other issues; terrible system performance, incredibly annoying security checks, strange 'administrator mode' bugs and many many incompatibilities with both games and programs. Example; I recently went overseas and my telephone company advertised an International Dial-up Roaming service (yes, its slow as hell, but its better than nothing). In order to use this service, you need to download a program which, of course, is incompatible with Vista. Even in compatibility mode.

    Honestly, XP is the way to go. Actually, Mac OS X is the way to go, but my HDD is too small to dual boot them (that and the 50 GB of games and music I have take up too much space), so I'm stuck with one OS. And since THAT hasn't got all the bugs out yet (not to mention the 5GB download), unless you're a computer wizz, I wouldn't recommend it.

    Since XP is practically free now, and I am le cheap, I'd definitely choose XP for my next computer.
     
  11. Timtam

    Timtam New Member

    I have had Vista Ultimate since nearly the day it came out. I haven't had one problem with games, drivers and stuff like that being incompatible. My computer runs faster, games run smoother, just things like that really make it a lot better than XP for me. It boots faster, looks better, although it is a resource hog, and there is no way you will run it well with less than 2 gigs of RAM.
     

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