How to CLONE 64-bit Windows Vista with SP1 x64 Edition MSDN DVD.

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  1. BrgyTanod

    BrgyTanod MDL Novice

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    #1 BrgyTanod, Sep 9, 2008
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    Hi, am new to the forums but have been a silent reader for quite a while and hope you can help me.

    I have downloaded a copy of 64-bit Windows Vista with SP1 x64 Edition MSDN DVD ISO over the internet and I cannot seem to burn or copy it to a DVD. Tried to use the ff programs but with no success... NERO, DVDFAB, IMGBURN.

    Is there another way I should be doing this? As of this time, I mounted the image to the computer just to check its contents. BTW am using Windows XP SP3 on this laptop and using Windows Vista Ultimate X86 at home.

    Thanks any help would be appreciate.

    Cheers! :)

    Note: Here are the included document details for the said ISO image.

    MSDN English Original&GENUiNE 64-Bit EDITION
    (Provided image to MSDN Sub ,and Technet Sub /ISO 9660 IMAGE/)


    File Name: en_windows_vista_with_service_pack_1_x64_dvd_x14-29595.iso
    Size: 3.66 GB (3,930,677,248 Bytes)

    DVD in this:
    VISTA BUSINESS with SERVICE PACK 1 X64
    VISTA BUSINESS N with SERVICE PACK 1 X64
    VISTA HOME BASIC with SERVICE PACK 1 X64
    VISTA HOME BASIC N with SERVICE PACK 1 X64
    VISTA HOME PREMIUM with SERVICE PACK 1 X64
    VISTA ULTIMATE with SERVICE PACK 1 X64

    (SHA1 VERIFICATION COMPLETED)
     
  2. urie

    urie Moderator
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    I have same image i just open it with ultraiso and select burn image
     

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  3. juzz

    juzz MDL Member

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    Did you verify SHA1 yourself? If you can't burn iso it sounds like bad image to me..

    I assume this is not your first time burning DVD and that you have DVD-burner and empty DVD media, so burning image shouldn't be a problem for you.

    On the other hand might be crap media or burner issue. Have you tried burning with slower speed?

    What kind of error you are getting when you try to burn?
     
  4. BrgyTanod

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    Yes I have been copying disk for quite a while now, even copying copyrighted movie dvds for friends and relatives who wants a copy (definitely not for selling!)

    Yes I have the SHA1 here are the details...

    HASH VALUE:
    File Name: en_windows_vista_with_service_pack_1_x64_dvd_x14-29595.iso
    SHA1: bdadc46a263a7bf67eb38609770e4fdbd05247cb
    Size: 3.66 GB (3,930,677,248 Bytes)

    I have not tried with Ultraiso yet, but will try it in a few minutes.

    Any other ideas?

    If this is a bad link, can you give me another link where I can download an OEM copy of Windows Vistal Ultimate 64 bit?

    Thanks again!
     
  5. BrgyTanod

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    #6 BrgyTanod, Sep 10, 2008
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    I have been able to burn it this time using IMGBurn. And the problems was or should I say were a whole batch of DVD-R media that I bought!!!

    I can't believe that a whole batch would be damaged! So I used a DVD-RW to try and test if the problem is with a bad image file or with the media that I am using, viola, I was able to burn it correctly. Just need to get another batch of DVD-R's and make a permanent disk.


    BTW: What SERIAL NUMBERS should I be using when asked using the MSDN image which I burned to a disk in order to install it?

    Thank you so much guys!!!
     
  6. juzz

    juzz MDL Member

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  7. striker

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    can any one please tell me or explain me the basic difference between x64 version and x86 version of windows?
     
  8. BrgyTanod

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    #9 BrgyTanod, Sep 10, 2008
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