Windows 7 Ultimate DVD Label

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  1. tids2k

    tids2k MDL Novice

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    #1 tids2k, Aug 4, 2009
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  2. PluG

    PluG MDL Senior Member

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    Nice

    Wonder where i can find some custom and original win 7 ultimate box labels.
     
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  5. tids2k

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    nice one ....
     
  6. HotCarl

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    Wow, whatever server is hosting that that pic that Ducati posted is horribly slow. Took like 4-5 seconds to load the pic after the page loaded... Looks nice though :)
     
  7. kaos420

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    lol ...site i use for all my cover is cd covers.cc I burn mine via lightscribe . sometime labelflash. depending on what i have laying around disc wise. but i have found every cover i ever need there. be it dvd cd movie or games. os as well.
     
  8. HSChronic

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    black magic marker is the only label maker I need :)

    I would upload my custom windows 7 labels but I don't want people ripping off my hard work. It was very hard for me to write Win 7 RTM x64 or Win 7 RTM x86 on some DVDs, so you can understand me not wanting to share ;)
     
  9. pisthai

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  11. Jordi36

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    #12 Jordi36, Aug 28, 2009
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    But this one you can use with lightscripe :)

    can i make from an DVD cover and CD cover when i use the internet site PIC Resize




    PS: excuse my bad english
     
  12. mcbyte

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    I already used your x32 on a lightscribe and it is great, now i want the x64 but the rapid share is no more available, can you please reupload x64 version? thanks
     
  13. Jordi36

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    i try it tonight with Lightscripe is the first time hopfulli is getting good
     
  14. chrish4161

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    These all creation are nice and admirable because the design on the CD is fantastic and according to the version so the label of the CD suites the functionality of the OS. And if we think from the side of art then this creation is one of the best from all the CD labels of the Microsoft products.
     
  15. durldutta

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    this link is not working. please update. thanks
     
  16. urie

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    I'm almost certain that you will find more updated labels since these were posted five years just searching on the net :rolleyes:
     
  17. pisthai

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    If someone still wants the DVD Labels pictures for Windows 7, either for direct printing or Lightscribe DVD's, could just PM me and I could upload to Mega. Thanks.
     
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  18. wladw

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    AND you can post the MEGA links here,too.
     
  19. pisthai

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    NO, I wouldn't!
     
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