Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool

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  1. Rudi1

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  2. FreeStyler

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  3. 7_eleven.hell-hole_rider

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    yes indeed very cool find :) thank you for posting!
     
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    #4 albsat, Oct 23, 2009
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    Thank you. nice legit find. this is interesting under their FAQ.

    Can I use the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool to backup other files?
    No. This tool is only for use with the Windows 7 ISO file purchased from Microsoft Store.
     
  5. Lich King

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    Indeed.. very useful..
     
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  6. uragano47812

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    Thanks ;) this is an "official" method and more user friendly than ultraiso.
     
  7. swallen

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    Thanks, nice find :)
     
  8. Dodger

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    So has anyone got this? or are my expectations getting to great. :eek:
    With thanks to the OP :)
     
  9. FreeStyler

    FreeStyler MDL Guru

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    Huh? just download the tool provided by Rudi1
     
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  11. Dodger

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    Sorry my eyes missed the blue bits :eek:
     
  12. User19

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    I tried to start it but nothing happend. Then I extracted it and started the steup.exe. All works now....
     
  13. A_T

    A_T MDL Novice

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    I think unetbootin does this as well
     
  14. Rudi1

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    This tool is really wery usefull!Today I am try it and install Windows 7 from USB drive without any problems.So far I have try some USB tools,but no one is simple like this one.:)Also I think that we can use any windows 7 ISO file.:)
     
  15. ipkonfig

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    Yes. It is helpful indeed. Reps added to the OP.. :)
     
  16. C.L.A.N. 0³

    C.L.A.N. 0³ MDL Junior Member

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    Very nice post! ThanX ;)
     
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  17. cyclops

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    @Rudi1 nice tool thank you.

    one thing i found u must use a un touched .iso
     
  18. Phazor

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    I just found this elsewhere and thought i would share.

    Cool to see its already been posted because thats really a useful little tool...
     
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  19. Phazor

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    And by the way, it seems to be working with Vista images too.

    I couldnt really copy the files since i dont have an empty stick right now, but i could load both VistaSP2 images (x86/x64) and get to 'Begin Copying' just fine so i dont think there would be a problem...
     
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