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Steady State and WIndows 7

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#1 V-dar


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Posted 24 January 2011 - 11:17 PM


now you can able to install windows steady state on windows 7 . first of all download steady state setup file from microsoft.com then follow this steps :

install steady state on Windows 7



Well, I've tried to install Steady State in Windows 7 Professional using compatibility mode for previous version of windows, as you stated. But after i tried to install it, i got some problem:

First, I can't turn the Windows Disk Protection on. But rest of the settings looked just fine.
Secondly, I wanted to Install the WDP, when it asks to defrag the hardisk before installing WDP, but when I wanted to defrag it, gpedit blocked the defrag tool from Windows. What went wrong here? I haven't even touched the gpedit yet?! So, is your tricks really fully working? Have you even tested it completely by yourself on fresh install? Because I installed Steady State under a freshly installed Windows 7 Professional.

Edited by Andrew, 25 January 2011 - 03:33 AM.
Mod Edit: Split from topic 177598 - AA

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 11:48 PM

V-dar. This is really a pretty old thread. The original post go`s back to 2008.

I have put in a request to have your post moved so it should get more attention and hopefully assistance.

#3 V-dar

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Posted 25 January 2011 - 12:16 AM

Yeah I know. Sorry for not looking at the timestamps :D

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