Apparenty only their models since about mid 2007 have had the recovery partition that you could boot to using the 'turning on while holding down the 0 key' method. Your Vista model may be older than that. Or the drive may have been replaced and the new one wouldn't have the partition. In that case you'll need either the generic Vista installation disk or restore disks for that model, if available.
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