Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by alzaabi, Feb 28, 2012.
any help "I want Windows 7 Live CD"
i want to explore my laptop to copy my files
so help please
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I want something like this
Windows 7 Ultimate Live CD + MS Office 2010 GENUINE (32+64)
to my knowledge this isn't possible(or at least very feasible)...
lets look at thins logically:
1.) Windows 7 install disk in 32+64bit is ~4gb
2.) Office 2010 Professional Plus 32+64bit is ~1.5-2gb
Well you're likely thinking "Gee, that will fit on a DVD-R/+R DL" and for the INSTALLERS you'd be right... The problem is that the windows 7 wim file re highly compressed and not configured for your hardware the install process uncompresses them to your (writable, persistent hard drive), but even if you could boot to the wim file it would still be read only so it still could not properly initialize the drivers for your hardware and if it did recognize your hardware the typical required reboot would wipe out the drivers it just loaded.
next you're thinking well why can't i just add the drivers to the wim? well, you can do that but you're going to have to load a LOT of drivers to be very universal. then you also have the legalities of running it as you really aren't allowed to run win7 ultimate on systems not licensed for it (not a lawyer, but I can't see how I'm wrong on that), same goes for the office suite.
lastly if this is just to explore your system and copy of some files why d you need both 32 and 64bit as you know what hardware it has in it - you could also do a DVD of each... plus if you are just exploring and copying stuff (I assume for recovery purposes?) why do you need a full office 2010? as the office viewers will work just fine for figuring out which file is which.
Oh yeah, before i forget - if such a disc did exist it would be a violation of copy-write and likely the EULA to distribute it and since this is not a warez forum you wouldn't find it here anyway
Use an Ubuntu LiveCD or Knoppix. Boot either, and assuming your files are not damaged, you can copy them off. A Windows 7 LiveCD is going to be very problematic at best.
mayb when bluray writers as common as dvd then possible and when win10 out will it be possible
give me a few and i'll upload a good, self-made 7 PE disc that has explorer and other tools with it. one's 300mb and another is 500mb.
and you aren't going to get a 7 live cd with Office on it. it will never happen. but with my PE disc you can still install programs to it once it's loaded. so no more only being able to use only the programs that it has with it.
It will have everything you need to create a x86 or x64 (with syswow64) Winpe 3, all you need to supply is a Win7 SP1 extracted ISO for a source. You can also install "Open Office" if you google a working Winpe script.
thank u my friend ,but who is this in the picture ??
it's a random net pic: search "fat nerd" in images online
thank u very much ,,,, downloading but need the other parts
and i realize this. i've been busy, as i do have a life. and it takes time. they'll all be up sometime today.
part 2 is up. i'm working on it, man, my upload speeds just suck. it's like 1% of my download speed.
and using various methods you will either get crappy 7 PE builds, or you get failures to load explorer.exe at boot. i can't remember what i used to make mine, but even it was not the best but it was the only one to work out of nearly 5 tools that i tried to make one. through this build i was able to actually see what all is involved in compiling a working PE with 7 and at some point i'm going to build my own without tools or scripts.
Well, I've made two live cds (32 bit and 64 bit) for Win7, but this forum will not allow me to post the links
because I haven't posted enough times.
So if you can provide an email address I'll send the links to you, if you are still interested.
Post the link just replace all the " . " with "dot" ... we'll understand. Maybe "slash" for " \ " and so forth.
I'm sure you'll understand but will the moderators ?
I don't want to get kicked off the forum.
thank u very much i will contact u