Vista: reformat and reinstall
Vista is the newest operating system from Microsoft's Windows series. Its newness is in no way a guarantee of smooth sailing. In fact we guarantee you'll have to wipe the system clean and reinstall it once a year. Here's a few lessons on how to do that so that Vista works like new.
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Before you decide to reformat and reinstall your Windows Vista, there are several important things to consider.
Wiping your system clean and reinstalling Windows Vista is a time-consuming project.
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If you want to take advantage of Windows Vista's new reinstall option from the desktop, start with this article.
This two-part process shows you how to edit your BIOS and then boot from your Vista install DVD, then wipe the Vista partition and put a fresh copy of the operating system on it.
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In this second step of the Vista reinstallation, wipe the hard drive and install a fresh copy.
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