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i have my own disks of windows 7 64 and 32
how can i rip the data from those main disks to 4.7Gb dvds ?

i dont have isos
also trying to make it bootable do i just copy and paste into it
or ?
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You should be able to just copy the data over. That's what I've done when I want to install W7 with a USB drive rather than a DVD, and it has always worked out for me.

Edit:
If you have a USB drive lying around, I would recommend using that instead of a DVD. In my experience, installation with a USB drive has always been quite a bit faster.
Edited by thisischuck01 - 3/9/11 at 4:17pm
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post #3 of 7
Follow this guide

You can also do it on a thumb drive.
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gotta say the flash drive install is pretty easy and MUCH MUCH faster.

Maximumpc.com has a great article on how to install windows 7 from flash drive
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Crucial09;12673481 
gotta say the flash drive install is pretty easy and MUCH MUCH faster.

Maximumpc.com has a great article on how to install windows 7 from flash drive

It is much faster indeed! USB is the only way I install windows now...

I tend to make a hard drive image of my OS HDD, in case things go awry somewhere, and they usually do.. frown.gif

If anyone wants to learn how to create the USB drive from a DVD I can help you out there, Read This Micrsoft TechNet Guide.
Edited by _GTech - 3/9/11 at 4:32pm
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Yeah. I'm looking at getting an SSD so I'll be using clonezilla to make an image to my hard drive. So I can do a yearly restore, and incase anything goes wrong.
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post #7 of 7
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ya well iwould like it on dvd so no usb
(they are faster and all that jazz)

But its not for me
im putting it on my neighbors laptop (legality issues no because i am letting him have a copy of my disk for free not selling it)
So
i just need to take the files off from the dvds i own and place them on the blank dvds and burn them like that
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