According to WinClient5720's Compatible Hardware with Windows Vista in the MSFN forum Vista will not run correctly on any Haswell or later Intel processor, which includes Kaby Lake. Arutz Tele's April 2019 thread Will Vista Work on Kaby Lake? has feedback from users who tried and encountered various problems (e.g., black screens or services that failed to load at boot-up, etc.).
Those threads are few years old so I'd suggest you post in the MSFN Vista board and ask if anyone has made progress since then. I found an April 2022 post by D. Draker's at New Kaby-lake CPU , no OC - BSOD F4 , A1 , A4 at 1.35v, but all runs fine at 1.43v who found that the BSODs on their 64-bit Vista Business / Kaby Lake machine stopped when they reduced the voltage on their motherboard, so perhaps one of the hardware specialists that post in that forum has found a way to make Vista more stable on machines with these newer processors.
That looks like a good Windows 7 laptop. Why do you want to put Vista on it? You would give up a lot of software support, most notably from major browsers. If you prefer Vista’s appearance, it is possible to make Windows 7 look very much like it (see Windows 7 transformed into Vista - Really nice!).
If you want to run Vista x64 on Intel hardware, then Ivy Bridge or earlier is recommended. Some have reported that the issues on Haswell and newer do not affect Vista x86, but your laptop has an x64 processor and 8 GB RAM, so why put an old x86 OS on it in 2022?