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Unlock all editions on your Windows 7 DVD and .ISO Image

Unlock all editions on your Windows 7 DVD and .ISO Image

Postby shreader » Wed Sep 09, 2009 5:56 pm

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Unlock all editions on your Windows 7 DVD and .ISO Image






We'll start with a short guide on how to copy all the Windows 7 DVD files & save them as an .ISO


For this demonstration we will be using the UltraISO application.


On the menu bar choose Tools/ Make CD/DVD Image... (notice one can also burn in this list).

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Browse to your CD/DVD drive where the Windows 7 DVD is located, confirm that “Enable ISO Volume Files” & “Standard ISO” are checked & check where the new ISO will be created (usually Documents/My ISO Files).

Click the Make button.

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After the Progress window closes, choose No at the next prompt to open it.

That’s it, you're finished creating an ISO Image file from your Windows 7 DVD & if followed exactly, when the ISO is burned to a DVD it will be bootable.




Next a bit longer guide on how to open up all the Windows 7 editions on the .ISO


On the menu bar choose File/ Open.

Browse to where the .iso file is located, select it & click the Open button.

The .iso files are added to the upper right pane.

Browse the sources folder to the ei.cfg file & select it.
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Rt. Click the file & choose Delete.
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Return to the File menu & choose Save.
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The application will create a new .iso in approx. 2 minutes.
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The original .iso will have a .uibak extension added after the .iso extension which can be removed/renamed.


A successful installation with all the various operating system editions visible.
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One can now burn the Windows 7 .iso to a DVD using any of several burning applications, ex: Nero, ImgBurn, etc.
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