This is kinda annoying. The Vista DVDs had all versions on it just like the 7 disks. The only difference is that they put one line of code in saying this is a Home Premium disk meaning I have to do this or find different install media if say I am reinstalling windows on a friends dell with his totally legit product key and we have different versions of 7.
You can avoid all this ISO editing by using USB as installation media.
It takes less time and makes less noise.
Wow, that is a really cool trick. Certainly worth trying!
This should truly have all versions (32x and 64x) to be impressive. I have such a disc for Vista and it is supremely handy.
Both 32 and 64 bit versions are included on each disc.
It's an interesting hack, but not worth the time it takes to do it.
I'll just buy the version I want and install it.
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Yeah I have 7 install on a USB stick for my netbook, but it installs so much faster that I used it for my girlfriends and another friends rig.
3 years late to the party..
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