[Direct Download Links] Genuine Windows Vista RTM with SP1 Setup Files (32-bit and 64-bit)

DISCLAIMER: The download links given in this topic are genuine and absolutely legal. You should have a valid product key with you to be able to install Windows Vista using these setup files. If you don't enter a product key, Windows will run only for 30 days.

Long time back we posted about direct download links of Windows 7 setup ISO with and without SP1. Those ISO files were absolutely legal to download, untouched and genuine because they were hosted on Digital River store which is an official distribution partner of Microsoft so those download links were absolutely safe as well.

[Direct Download Links] Genuine Windows 7 RTM with SP1 ISO (32-bit and 64-bit)

Many people asked for similar download links for Windows Vista OS so today in this topic, we are going to share direct download links of official, genuine and untouched setup files of Windows Vista. These setup files are also available via "Digital River" online store so you can trust the links.

These links are available for both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) editions of Windows Vista and only Windows Vista Ultimate edition's setup files are available to download.

These setup files are available for following language editions:

  • English (USA)
  • French (France)
  • German (Germany)
  • Spanish (Spain)
  • Dutch (Netherlands)

You might find these links very useful if you have a genuine product key with you but you don't have the required setup files to install Windows Vista. All these setup files will require an original product key to enter to activate Windows to be able to use it forever. If you don't enter a product key, you'll be able to use it for 30 days.

How To Use:

Please note that there are 3 setup files are available to download for each version:

  • One EXE file
  • Two WIM files

If you are going to upgrade existing Windows, you just need to run the EXE file and it'll install the operating system using the other 2 WIM files.

If you want to create a setup disc for clean installation, run the EXE file and it'll extract the required setup files in a folder which can be used to create a setup disc using a freeware given here.

So without wasting time, lets share the links:

English (USA)

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (32-bit or x86):

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (64-bit or x64):

French (France)

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (32-bit or x86):

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (64-bit or x64):

German (Germany)

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (32-bit or x86):

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (64-bit or x64):

Spanish (Spain)

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (32-bit or x86):

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (64-bit or x64):

Dutch (Netherlands)

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (32-bit or x86):

Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (64-bit or x64):

As we mentioned above, you can also create a bootable Windows Vista setup disc from the above mentioned setup files using a free software given here.

Thanks to Jan Krohn for sharing the links...





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Comments

  • Thanks for the links. :) Now what's left is to find Untouched XP Disks. :D

  • Any links for the lesser versions? I mean Home Premium especially.

  • Another wonderful article wow. Now i ask this question to askvg will you ever do a giveaway for a license key to windows 7

  • why vista when there is 7?
    unless you want a bit more speed win7 is better(MS did sort of improve it).

  • Because windows vista users still had original license and didnt want to upgrade for now :)

    @sid : just dont enter license key at setup. And you get select menu for vista edition

  • thanks dude great share

  • To create a bootable disc from your download:
    1. download the files
    2. run the exe file, it will create the filesystem of the original install disc
    3. use disc burning software to burn to cd or dvd, whichever the content size fits best on.
    3a. in your disc burning software you want to create a new bootable .iso file
    3b. include the entire filesystem (from step 2) on the root of the .iso (ie. not in a folder)
    3c. create the .iso file.

    4. now create a new disc burning project or whatever and choose something like create from .iso.
    5. select your .iso file

    The disc will be bootable when it is finished and you can save the .iso to make more discs if needed.

    This is the general flow of making a bootable disc. Some disc burning utilities allow you to drag and drop files into a list as you create the disc. The disc is made bootable while burning if you checked a box for it. This method does not use the .iso format but you might be able to save the project for future copies to be made.

  • Thanks VG for all the valuable information you share with us. Keep up the good job. :)

  • It worked,to make a long story short,my Vista disc was stolen from me,i had my key still,but no setup files and i just found them on here,and this also works if you need to upgrade to Windows 7 from XP without losing anything,just install Vista from the links here first,erase XP after Vista is installed,then install Windows 7 as an upgrade to Vista