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How to make a Windows 7 Aio

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    I used this guide to make a Win 7 all in one disk image for a bootable hard drive. It will also work with usb.

    First to make your USB or hard drive bootable , follow this guide

    http://www.maximumpc.com/article/howtos/how_to_install_windows_7_beta_a_usb_key


    Then to the AIO part......... I followed this guide loosely but it works!! Things I did differently

    1.) I did not use ImageX tool I used GImageX > http://www.autoitscript.com/gimagex/

    2.) I then downloaded and installed The Windows® Automated Installation Kit (AIK) for Windows® 7 from M$ > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...FamilyID=696dd665-9f76-4177-a811-39c26d3b3b34

    From there I followed this guide to the letter. http://damnmachine.com/268/building-an-all-in-one-windows-7-dvd-or-bootable-flash-drive.html

    I installed it to a 80g hard drive that I had laying around and It is FAST!!!!! :eek:

    I used my 32 bit and 64bit ultimate disks so when I made the Aio it made all versions for me :) From Starter edition < > x86/x64 Ultimate :toast:

    Hope this helps you guys. Cause it sure has me :laugh:
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    I guess this doesn't interest anyone? It really is helpful if you do installs on a lot of different system configurations. :toast:

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