Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Enthousiast, Apr 16, 2019.
Same here. But yesterday I downloaded it without problem
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i need help to download windows 7 starter sp1 en. Brazil
existe windows 7 starter x64 sp1 en brazil?
Answered by convo.
I AM getting error 87 ¿ cannot find path data/all
Can you post the full progress (only possible on Win 8/10 hosts)?
Or at least the exact error line?
this is the line
error 87 ¿ cannot find path data/all
ended up with a 300mb iso without the install.wim file. lol
can u upload the standalone script for exporting the win10 boot,win to win7. thanks
Sounds like you didn't provide the needed source win 7 and win 10 ISOs (not needed for the legacy tool script).
yes i did.
used ltsb 2016 for win10
What exact MSDN Win 7 ISO did you use? Can you provide the full ISO filename and sha1 checksum, and for the 2016 LTSB ISO too?
What exact script did you run?
On what host OS did you run it?
working on ltsc2019
Is not a Multiple Editions MSDN ISO (like starter, home basic, home premium, professional or ultimate (you can find this recommended ISO at post #3), all these ISOs contain all consumer grade skus). it's a single index Enterprise VL ISO, not a working source ISO.
all done now¡ thanks buddy.
I don't know if age has finally crumbled my feeble mind, but I'm actually struggling to use a one-click tool. Hopefully someone can answer a couple questions.
Where's the final ISO output to? Honestly, I can't find it anywhere.
Where's the log file? I can see the "UpdatePack7.log" in windows directory, but is there not a log of what is output in the cmd window? I wanted it to try to figure out where the ISO was output. It looks like the cleanup at the end of the tool erases the ISO?? That can't be right.
What an idiot. Anyone feel like helping?
EDIT: also is it correct that it should use over 100GB of disk space? Maybe I've missed something important in the 65+ pages of this thread?