- Aug 21, 2009
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Cheers. I was gonna to a clean install anyway, so that's fine. Thanks again!
Once you run the exe it extracts the boxes to a folder within the specified location. Make sure it's set to extract to a valid location?Well would you look at that.
The downloaded W7 is 3 seperate files:
Any special steps needed, or was it ready to go? I have to many projects that take priority to install Windows 7 just yet, so I've not gotten beyond the initial extraction. It looked ready to go to an .iso though...I just succesfully created the .iso for someone else - pretty easy.
Turns out loads of people had this "error"....ughOnce you run the exe it extracts the boxes to a folder within the specified location. Make sure it's set to extract to a valid location?
Mine worked fine at any rate, extracted right to the desktop.
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