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Vista OS X Transformation Pack

author alang

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Basically Vista OS X is like Flyakite OS X (well almost) but for Windows Vista. This is an installer which means you check or uncheck things you would like or dislike to install (similar to Flyakite OS X installer).

For those people who are saying, “Is Flyakite OS X compatible with Windows Vista?” or asking the mighty Flyakite creator, “Can you make a Flyakite OS X pack for Windows Vista?”, well then this a transformation pack for you. Remember, this is not a complete pack that will actually change every bit of Windows Vista.

You can use Vista OS X on any language and edition!

Here is a list with a few features:

System Files
Boot logo, Login screen, Welcome Center, Brandings, PC-Properties, Back and forward buttons, icons, uxtheme patch

Extras
Wallpaper, Screensaver, leftsider, Rklauncher, Sounds, Cursors, Spaces

Skins
Visual Style for Vista, WinRAR 3x

Installer
Super-Small Size Installer, safe install on any partition, uninstall option, costumizeable setup to install only what you want and need, Fast installation, System Restore Point

Download for Windows Vista 32bit SP1

Download for Windows Vista 64bit SP1

Download for Windows Vista 32bit SP0


14 Comments »

Comment by NOT SP1 on 2008-03-22 22:20:35

I would like to say that I tried this on Vista SP1 and it crashed my system… Could not login at all… And yes it was on a clean install so maybe i did something wrong :( oh well… Good luck to you all

Comment by duh on 2008-03-23 05:28:20

if you read the uploader’s description, you’d know it says its not SP1 compatible.

Comment by duh my ass on 2008-04-10 11:36:24

actually it says it DOES support SP1… read first

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Comment by NOT SP1 on 2008-03-22 22:21:11

doesn’t work with sp1 :(

 
Comment by daren on 2008-03-23 07:40:46

I to had issue with service pack 1. If you can get to a CMD window, you can navigate to /windows/system32 and type systempropertiesadvanced.exe to get to the system restore program

 
Comment by bentonmars on 2008-03-23 16:59:01

Can anyone reupload it? I can’t download it :-(

 
Comment by Master on 2008-03-23 20:46:29
 
Comment by bentonmars on 2008-03-23 23:57:11

Master:
Thank you very much buddy. I’m very pleased…thank you again ;-)

 
Comment by bentonmars on 2008-03-24 15:09:45

Nothing interesting. When I use other Vista OS X transformation and iLeopard(InconPackager). It was better…I used this V OS X and didn’t work: boot screen, uninstall, RK launcher, icons(some worked but not much)>>>I used it on Windows Vista Premium 32 without SP1

 
Comment by Need This pack on Xp on 2008-03-26 09:48:27

Just wondering can you make this work for XP cause i want it to look like this but flyakiteOSX doesn’t do that so can you do that or refer me to something that does

 
Comment by help on 2008-03-28 14:24:30

how the hell do i uninstall this?

Comment by nate on 2008-04-26 08:21:24

I tried the unistaller and it looks like you can’t uninstall this. For everyone who has not made the mistake of installing this, DO NOT INSTALL THIS.

 
 
Comment by maurice on 2008-04-11 11:06:06

Windows Vista Sucks, I will be a real Mac!

 
Comment by Anyr on 2008-06-20 06:44:01

Meh, iffy package indeed! I wouldn’t recommend this myself! I went through 6 hours of trying to get this to work. I installed SP1, installed this, restarted, and all it did was make it Windows Classic theme. I “uninstalled” reinstalled, and didn’t help. I restored my system and got a fatal system error which seemed to resolve itself. I had to restore it multiple times before I could finally get it back to where I was, and had to fix my Firefox among other programs. I restarted my laptop to get another package that did something similar ready to install and bam, this one started working. Flyakite was better for XP (’cept when the software package trial ran out). This one doesn’t put the buttons on the left side, emulates the mouse, and gives you Rk Launcher (I prefer others, but it’s decent enough dock), boot screen doesn’t work, login screen doesn’t work. And overall is a pain in the behind!

 
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