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 Post subject: Re: Create your own Windows 7 AIO DVD.
New postPosted: Sun Jan 02, 2011 11:14 am 

thanks and pleas check link not work http://blog.staticanime.net/2009/05/12/ ... a-sp2-aio/

pls new link

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 Post subject: Re: Create your own Windows 7 AIO DVD.
New postPosted: Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:00 pm 

Is this not illegal?

I mean removing a certain **.***file from windows installation DVD?



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Bugsy wrote:
Is this not illegal?


Nope



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Not saying you shouldn't do it as i have done it long ago, but i was told off a while ago for even suggesting to someone on how to do it, them say how it was illegal to mess with the installation files on the DVD. and thought not a good idea to place on a forum.

maybe i was told porkies.



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New postPosted: Sun Jan 02, 2011 7:38 pm 

has long as you own the disc and key legally (ie paid) for it if you wish to add to it or take away from it, its yours do to with as you wish :D :D :D


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New postPosted: Sun Jan 02, 2011 7:44 pm 

Ok thanks bxrobo ;)

must have been told porkies after all :D



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@ bugsy yes i don;t think!!!!!! so if u have ur own key/copy u can edit for u



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bxrobo wrote:
has long as you own the disc and key legally (ie paid) for it if you wish to add to it or take away from it, its yours do to with as you wish :D :D :D


hmmm....not strictly true.

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@ bugsy yes i don;t think!!!!!! so if u have ur own key/copy u can edit for u


Thank you, UVAIS for reiterating what has already been said; very out of character for you isn't it?



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 Post subject: Re: Create your own Windows 7 AIO DVD.
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Am i wrong or Link is not working :?



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