Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by damox, Aug 17, 2009.
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Looks great! Will there ever be a x86 to x64 convertion option available, or is this simply not possible?
Hm, when i installing windows, i can choose which version to install. This seems useless.
The difference in file size between the x86 DVD and the x64 DVD means that this styled patch will not work.
I have the same, it's just that I have seen A LOT of threads with rapids**t links to the lower versions of Windows 7.
For the collectors out there, this means download just 2 version (x86 and x64) and you can generate the other copies from there, while still keeping a MSDN/Technet hash value.
He, that's a nice one . Thanks for sharing.
Thanks damox,thats really great....now that will save alot of people the hassle of downloading all the iso's
Who in there rite mind would download all versions anyway as long as you know you have x86 and x64 with correct hashes then you just delete ei.cfg from sources folder. But ppf patcher will be ideal for novice users. thought about using patcher a while back to use for making xp or vista oem disks
superb... patched my MSDNAA x64 win 7 professional to Ultimate... hash validated..
Thank you damox. This is exactly what I was talking about in the other thread.
Very useful, especially for newbies.
Now we just need more languages.
Hey I think this is pretty great! thanks.
wouldnt it just be better to patch the removal of the ei.cfg so then you can just select the version you want? So like patch from Ultimate to "ALL"? Thought that was the only thing making them different on msdn was the ei.cfg?
Of course the Labels are different too
Or just open ISO with UltraIso remove ei.cfg change label and burn don't even need to save iso
uh yea, that's most iso editing/making software...
Thanks for making such a nice tool. Saving collector's hard disks from ruin ;-)
Waiting for your marvelous software. I DO need activate the Windows 7 Home Premium.