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  1. Hi, I want to make an Windows 7 Multi language ISO file but I don't know how to do it. Can you tell me tutorial ?
  2. I have two doubts: 1. Does KB3172605 (July 2016 update rollup) replace KB3156417 (May 2016 update rollup)? 2. Integrate KB3170455 (update for Windows Print Spooler)? Supposedly it stops non-admin users from installing a network-printer :/ What set of updates is the best to integrate (KB in exact order): KB3020369 kb3125574-v4 KB3168965 KB3172605 KB3020369 kb3125574-v4 KB3156417 KB3168965 KB3172605 KB3020369 kb3125574-v4 KB3156417 KB3168965 KB3170455 KB3172605 ? KB short descritpion: KB3020369 April 2015 servicing stack update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 K
  3. Hi: I want to remove the x86 versions of windows from the All In One ISO that I have. How can I do it ? Using the latest version of NTLite. Thanx.
  4. Hi, I was attempting to write an .img file (akin to .iso image) to my SD card using Win32diskimager (found here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/?source=navbar) By mistake I wrote the image to my external HDD (Seagate BackupPlus 3TB). BTW, as you can read from SourceForge page, many others have made same mistake. The HDD was not modified and had the factory setting; that is, it had one partition and was NTFS file. The content of IMG file were no more than 73MB, but it created a FAT32 partition of 500MB. My Linux and Win8 machines both see (but don't mount) the 500MB parti
  5. It is easy to obtain ISOs of WIndows XP from bitorrent or from numerous blogspot sites, but this is a risky thing to do because maliceous code could be inserted into the ISOs to compromise your security. Other legitimate sources are no longer available because XP ISOs are no longer made available to MSDN/Technet subscribers and the Digital Rivers download site no longer exists as far as I can tell, although there are links available for Windows 7 ISOs from Digital River. However, if you can obtain the files names of the original XP downloads from MSDN/Technet along with their SHA1 or MD5 che
  6. Hope you find this useful... An easy2boot USB drive will boot most linux ISO files just by copying over the linux iveCD ISO files. To add a Win98SE Install ISO, you need to delete all unnecessary folders and rename the ISO file to have the .isoDOS01 file extension. You can then boot directly from the USB drive and choose the Win98SE ISO from the menu. For more details see here. The same principle should work for most DOS-based Install ISOs (as long as you keep the files numbers down by pruning!).
  7. Starting with a brand new ISO: Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM Datacenter/Standard ISO My default ISO tool is 7Zip, easy, simple, my standard default app. But it doesn't read UTF. I see the following when I open it: [bOOT] - Folder README.TXT - File The readme says: "This disc contains a "UDF" file system and requires an operating system that supports the ISO-13346 "UDF" file system specification." So we tried a native 2012 install to mount the ISO. But that could see the files, but not copy them all. Then I tried Virtual CloneDrive. This way I can mount the ISO under Win7. Here is where I get di
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