Win 7 disc integrity

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Silas Charleaux, Jun 14, 2017.

  1. Silas Charleaux

    Silas Charleaux MDL Novice

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    #1 Silas Charleaux, Jun 14, 2017
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  2. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    You used NTLite and you want to test the integrity of the iso, that's a contradiction, when any tool is used you can't verify the iso anymore, because it's altered.

    After install you could run sfc /scannow in an elevated cmd.
     
  3. Silas Charleaux

    Silas Charleaux MDL Novice

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    Look, I got what you said. English is not first language, so I apologize if I'm mistaken. If you are saying that .iso integrity and installation files integrity are the same I honestly understand.

    What I'm fishing for here is a tool to check the integrity of the installation files/boot sector/resources after I messed with the .iso file. I mean, is there a tool to do that? Because I don't think there is and I searched.

    I will run the command as you said after the installation. I'm just afraid to wipe my drives and proceed to installation and get stuck with a corrupted image that gets stuck at the middle or gives me a corrupted windows installation.

    Thank you for your help, I would appreciate any inputs in the direction of a tool, if such exists lol. Thank you again.
     
  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    On 8.x and 10 there would be more options but non of them work on 7.
     
  5. Silas Charleaux

    Silas Charleaux MDL Novice

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    Damn, I would never upgrade! 7 is my bae. Also my laptop is old. It is old and i3, really cheap, but delivers greatly and comfy. The only rig I have to deploy it is my own, that is why I'm bothering you guys.

    I would love to virtualize this installation before proceding or to use a tool. It amazes me that no one thought about, not to check if it is genuine, but if installation would work after tampering.