Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by abuttino, Apr 22, 2010.
I haven't seen one..
i gather you mean a dvd with both 32 bit and 64 bit installs for all the version
i have made one using instructions from this site to see if would actually work. and yea, it works just fine
but officially, the dvds are separate for 32 bit and 64 bit
Do you have it uploaded to Rapidshare by any chance?
Can anyone post a link to any that they know are good Torrent's of 32 and 64 Bit DVD's,I have never made an iso and don't know much about them so I'd rather just download one.
Thanks for hijacking my thread..
Actually, do you recall the thread? I'll just build one, I have no trust in downloads with file hashes that are different than MS's
Tutorial to build an AIO
But I would recommend you to have separate discs for 32bit and 64bit.
Note that in addition to the hacks you have to perform to get recovery console working for x64 in a multi-architecture install, its not possible to fit a 32/64 combined image onto a single-layer DVD if you have a significant amount of drivers/updates/language packs slipstreamed in. I maintain 1 all-edition image (with integrated language packs) for each architecture myself too. (Still haven't managed to get the actual setup to run in anything but english though despite integrating workflow from several AIO recipes. I get the "My language is" window but english still the only option.)
I made an AIO and put it on a 10gb partition on my 1 TB usb drive, just boot to usb and install the flavor I like, it also fits nicely on a 4 or 8 gb thumb drive. However, I don't use it to boot to for repairs for obvious reasons.
Really - what is wrong with original x86 and 64 DVDs ???
Nothing, what is wrong with an all in one?
Nothing just people want the Perfect setup to impress their friends...lol
O look I have one DVD for everything, ever...lol
AIO on a USB HDD would probably be the second fastest (firewire HDD would be #1 most likely - its so much faster than USB2 its not funny) practical portable install media.
There are several versions online at TPB and H33T. I have used two that I tested and scanned for problems, they came up clean but, both were preactivated, I do not prefer that because of the awesome job done by Daz. I always use his loaders due to the extra touches he places in his loaders. To each his own but, if you want one but, need help then search H33T for "Windows 7 Complete edition" look for the both x32 & x64. I have used Dave_killer from h33t but, he has a new version out. As always it is best to "roll your own". Oh, ya, both versions only occupy about 3.74 GB and will fit on one DVD.
I agree...lol Repository ISO's + Daz loader = successful activated install...lol