en_office_professional_plus_vl_2010_x86_x64_dvd_51 5529.iso

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  1. kdo2milger

    kdo2milger MDL Senior Member

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    #1 kdo2milger, Sep 8, 2010
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    Created a vol office iso

    en_office_professional_plus_vl_2010_x86_x64_dvd_515529.iso

    I created a VL iso with both x64 and x86 installations. I also added all current updates and the wzt activator to the Updates folder as well.

    All Credits go to Stannieman for his Office 2010 Installer Channel Switcher :)

    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=6975&d=1283929353"]http://forums.mydigitallife.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=6975&d=1283929353
    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=6976&d=1283929365
     

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  2. deMarchi

    deMarchi MDL Junior Member

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    what's the purpose of it if everyone can easily download
    MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 SELECT EDITION RTM.VOLUME.X64.DVD.ENGLISH-WZT
    or
    MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 SELECT EDITION RTM.VOLUME.X86.DVD.ENGLISH-WZT
    ?

    and use kms is not a problem to activate.
     
  3. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    #3 acyuta, Sep 8, 2010
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    File sizes. The select edition is 3.25 gb for 32bit and around 3.74 gb for 64 bit. You get a complete bundle.
    If I remember, Stainemann channel switcher makes a 64bit iso file of around 1.2-1.3 GB.
    The biggest advantage is that one can download only a 718 MB 64bit office file from office environment (no torrents) and make that as a volume edition which can be activated by KMS. Huge diff between 718 MB and 3.74 GB. Even after including project (272 MB for x64) and Visio (343 MB for x64), the download size is lower by 2-2.5 GB.
     
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  4. kdo2milger

    kdo2milger MDL Senior Member

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    this is both x86 and x64 editions on one installation iso
     
  5. Matrix Leader

    Matrix Leader MDL Addicted

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    Thanks for the effor but meh, personally, I prefer grabbing it off Microsoft's official site rather than a tampered with version.
     
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  6. urie

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    @ kdo2milger, did you not read the sticky Named New policy about Office downloads and activators 29/04/2010

     
  7. kdo2milger

    kdo2milger MDL Senior Member

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    It was'nt meant to be warez. I'm not hustling activators or software like spammers. I was just looking for a place to upload it besides torrent sites.
    I dont like torrent sites, so I prefer file hosting sites.
     
  8. urie

    urie Moderator
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    I didn't say it was warez (but in saying that the fact the activator is included could be grey area) Any way with or without activator the sticky does say
    As for a file hosting site in general MediaFire is not to bad.
     
  9. myhken

    myhken Experienced MDL Tester

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    Have you asked Yen about this thread? Do MDL allow anybody to post new links to Office 2010 now?? It's clearly says that you need to ask before you post any links to Office 2010. Before I added any links in my thread, I took the time to ask FreeStyler and Yen, and did not post anything before they told me that it was OK.
     
  10. kdo2milger

    kdo2milger MDL Senior Member

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    Thank you Urie, I will take another look at mediafire.

    I havent posted any links to office, I only asked for recommendations for a file hosting site that could accommodate a 2.2GB file for free that I created. I dont like torrent sites, thats why I was curious as to what others prefer.
     
  11. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    I also do not like torrent sites except for the ones I visit.
     
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  12. myhken

    myhken Experienced MDL Tester

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    Sorry, I was sure it was a link, blue text with underline...but I see now that it's not a link.
     
  13. kdo2milger

    kdo2milger MDL Senior Member

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    lol, hmm...i can see how that may confuse most, even with being underlined...i'll change it to a different color :)