Windows 7 All In One x86 x64

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by SirSilentBob, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. lorenzo

    lorenzo MDL Novice

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    #41 lorenzo, Aug 12, 2009
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  2. marcopoloxp

    marcopoloxp MDL Novice

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    Seems torrent has not been uploaded properly.please use TPB.
     
  3. Collo

    Collo MDL Novice

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    Why do you say that? I'm downloading slowly.. should be done by in a couple of days.
    Uploading it directly onto a website may be quicker though..
     
  4. FreeRyde

    FreeRyde MDL Novice

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    Torrent is fine

    The torrent is fine... 180 kB/s.
     
  5. marcopoloxp

    marcopoloxp MDL Novice

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    The other tracker was not working.So I thought otherwise.Sorry .my mistake.this tracker is working.cheers!
     
  6. Collo

    Collo MDL Novice

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    Yup.. until you catch up to the rest of us and it drops back down to 2kb/s..
     
  7. potatohead

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    i have a very early vista aio (without sp1 or sp2) by winbeta, and yes, it is able to repair 64bit systems.

    i ain't a very technically inclined person, my guess is this aio actually does contain the 64bit installer/system files too.

    when you first boot from the DVD, it will ask you if you wish to load/start x86 or x64 installation. i believe this means that it does nt use 32bit installer if you choose to load/start 64bit installation.

    in addition, even though this aio fits into 1 single layer DVD (by burning iso to DVD), if one is to copy all the files on the DVD to say a folder using windows explorer, the size of the folder will come up to 8 gig plus. my guess is winbeta uses some compression tool to make everything fit into a single layer DVD and the files will auto decompress when being copied to another media.

    the beauty of it is even though the files on the DVDs may hav been compressed, i did not notice any slowdown or extra steps during the installation of vista.

    any experts here wanna look into if it is possible to do something similar for win7? :)
     
  8. SirSilentBob

    SirSilentBob MDL Senior Member

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    Please bear with me, last I looked there were over 300 leechers! :eek: Till a few people get the whole thing, and assuming they stay on a few days and share, it's going to be slow.... :(
     
  9. Collo

    Collo MDL Novice

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    Np, I'm happy to continue to download till 100% however long it takes :D
    Then I'll seed for as long as I can.
    ^-^
     
  10. Collo

    Collo MDL Novice

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    Btw, the torrent seems to have been removed mate..
     
  11. turn2dust

    turn2dust MDL Novice

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    the torrents been removed
     
  12. SirSilentBob

    SirSilentBob MDL Senior Member

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    #52 SirSilentBob, Aug 14, 2009
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  13. hard_rook

    hard_rook MDL Novice

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    stop at 74.2% :(
     
  14. Collo

    Collo MDL Novice

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    #54 Collo, Aug 14, 2009
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  15. Collo

    Collo MDL Novice

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    I see that in UltraISO there is a little button that lets you select the 'boot file', and in MagicISO there is a button which lets you add a boot image - this seems to be what I'm looking for, I'm guessing that the file I want to add is in the boot folder, but which one is it?
    (I would guess either "bootsect.exe.mui" or "bootfix.bin", but I don't want to waste any more DVDs getting it wrong ;S)
     
  16. phukme

    phukme MDL Junior Member

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    I did find, download, burn and use [several times] an ISO that was from MSDN called OS_4455; and verified with their hash/shah1 files.
    I found and downloaded the links, which ended up being 700MB rar files.
    It was an integrated Vista SP1 x64 & x86 which needed to be burnt to a dual layer DVD.
    Boot from startup, run installer would copy some files then ask which version of vista you wanted to install.
    Sure wish someone could duplicate this with windows se7en !!!!
     
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  17. leo221

    leo221 MDL Novice

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    use Oscdimg.exe tool to create bootable merged x86/x64 single DVD
     
  18. SirSilentBob

    SirSilentBob MDL Senior Member

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    #58 SirSilentBob, Aug 14, 2009
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    Because the microdicks in redmond "say so" and they have tons of money, so they get their way....

    And yes, I advise everyone to "abandon ship" on that torrent per say. Not worth getting letters/threats over
    what can be easily done yourself, with just a little help if needed.
     
  19. SirSilentBob

    SirSilentBob MDL Senior Member

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    Is that an automated tool that basically does all the steps that normally need to be done manually, or something else? Can you provide a link/website to it?
     
  20. Collo

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