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using vlite to create install cd for hdd install

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Here is my problem. I need to install wwindows 7 on a computor with out a dvd. I have a cdrw but no dvd. I was thinking maybe this could be my answer. If I could install a version built by vlite then add the other components from hdd? Or maybe use the recovery disc to rebuild win 7? Is anything like this possable? Maybe use vlite to create and install then use an imageing program to restore a full image of windows 7?

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Here is my problem. I need to install wwindows 7 on a computor with out a dvd. I have a cdrw but no dvd. I was thinking maybe this could be my answer. If I could install a version built by vlite then add the other components from hdd? Or maybe use the recovery disc to rebuild win 7? Is anything like this possable? Maybe use vlite to create and install then use an imageing program to restore a full image of windows 7?

1 - Have you tried splitting the ISO with vlite? http://www.vlite.net/help/iso.html

Split can be used to split the big image into smaller parts, for example to fit on CDs.

Read the documentation next time before posting, or use google.

2 - Use a USB memory. http://www.msfn.org/board/forum/157-install-windows-from-usb/

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