Everything MSDN has to offer for Windows 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by ImDWreck, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. luzea

    luzea MDL Addicted

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    The ISO is not corrupted. There has to be another problem.
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  2. bluerose5

    bluerose5 MDL Junior Member

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    Yeah I dont know what to do without being able to create a bootable recovery disk other than trying to find a copy of the corrupted DLL and replacing it manually.
     
  3. bluerose5

    bluerose5 MDL Junior Member

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    Could you help me build a repair disk for WIndows 7 Ultimate? Maybe the fact that I am trying to create one on WIn10 is causing the issue? The disk is laoding now form BIOS, but i get a quick error saying 'no operating system'.
     
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    bluerose5 MDL Junior Member

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  5. LostED

    LostED SVF Patch Lover

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    use the windows 7 media disk, the same you used for install
     
  6. bluerose5

    bluerose5 MDL Junior Member

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    I dont have that disk anymore, and if I did I wouldnt be posting here.
     
  7. luzea

    luzea MDL Addicted

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    As @LostED already said, just use the Windows 7 disk I verified for you and don't use the AIO Boot extractor or what it is called.