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Where can I download windows 7, 64 bit and 34 bit OS


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#1 andy_uv

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Posted 26 May 2016 - 01:54 AM

Please let me know where I can download Windows 7, 32 bit and 64 bit operating system.
What would be the size of the above operating system.
Can I save the above operating system on my pen drive and install the operating system from my pen drive, if yes please inform the procedure to do the same.
Is the above operating system free or only trial verson.
I am interested in the free complete version.
 


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#2 FreeBooter

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Posted 26 May 2016 - 03:11 AM

Windows 7 operating system is not a free software you will have to purchase a product key to activate Windows 7 before 30 day trial period comes to end. You can install Windows 7 without any license key and use it for 30 days. You can download the Windows 7 ISO from below link these link are valid only for 24 hours.


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Posted 26 May 2016 - 03:21 AM

Create Bootable Windows Vista or Windows 7 USB Flash Drive

You can create bootable Windows Vista or Windows 7 on USB flash drives as long as the flash drive has the capacity to store the entire Windows O/S installation files. You need a 4 GB USB flash drive to have enough space to fit the entire Windows O/S installation file on the drive.

Before you begin it is important to understand that any data on your USB flash drive used to create the boot media will be permanently deleted because the process re-formats the drive. Save any important documents to another location before proceeding to the next section.


To create a bootable USB flash drive, insert the device into a USB port, and then use the DiskPart utility to prepare the device.
The commands you need to run are as follows:

  • After the USB flash drive has been recognized and installed on the computer, click the Start Menu button, type DiskPart, and hit Enter key.
  • In the DiskPart Command Prompt window, type list disk and hit Enter key.
  • Locate the Disk # of your USB flash drive. You can easily find it by looking at the size column.
    Once you have the ID, type select disk # and hit Enter key. (Replace # with the actual disk ID, such as 1.)
  • Type clean and hit Enter key to destroy any partitions, filesystems, and data that may currently be on the USB flash drive.
  • Now it is time to create the partition. Type create partition primary and hit Enter key.
  • For booting it is important to set the partition as active. Type active and hit Enter key.
  • As I mentioned earlier, the file system must be FAT32. Type format fs=fat32 label=Winboot quick and hit Enter key.
    This performs a quick format and labels the drive in one step.
  • Type exit to close DiskPart. Your USB flash drive is now prepared for the next phase.

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Using DiskPart to prepare the USB flash drive


Write a new boot sector to the USB flash drive.
The commands you need to run are as follows:

  • Click the Start Menu button, type Cmd.exe, right click the Cmd.exe, select "Run as administrator" from context menu.
  • Insert the DVD media into your PC or mount the Windows Setup ISO image.
  • At the elevated administrator Command Prompt change the Command Prompt directory path to the 'Boot' folder that resides at the DVD media or mounted Windows Setup ISO image where 'bootsect' executable file lives. Type Cd D:\Boot, replace the D: drive letter with DVD media or mounted Windows Setup ISO image drive letter.
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  • Write a new boot sector to the USB flash drive by entering bootsect /nt60 e: /force, where e: is the drive letter of the USB flash drive.

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Note Some USB flash drives do not support this preparation process, and you might not be able to make the device bootable in this way. the devices that do not support this process are typically set so they are recognized as removable media devices and not USB disk devices. Because of this, you might need to refer to the device manufacturer’s Web site for formatting documentation and tools

Copying the Installation Files
The final step, now that you have your USB flash drive prepared, is to copy the Windows O/S setup files.
Insert the DVD media into your PC or mount the Windows Setup ISO image and navigate to the drive on your computer that has the Windows O/S installation files.
Select all the files, and then right-click and select Copy.
Navigate to the root of the USB flash drive, right-click and click Paste.
The file copy can take a number of minutes, but after it is finished you can install Windows O/S quickly and on machines with USB flash drive.
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Copying all Windows O/S installation source files.

 




 


Edited by FreeBooter, 26 May 2016 - 03:27 AM.


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Posted 26 May 2016 - 05:40 AM


I am interested in the free complete version.
 

 

 

:hysterical: :lmao: Aren't we all :whistle:

 

Try this one but be warned: It's like a box of chocolates... you never know what you gonna get!

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Edited by Union_Thug, 26 May 2016 - 05:46 AM.





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