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Windows 7: Virtual Mount Install


10 Jan 2009   #1

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Virtual Mount Install

Is there any way to virtually mount the ISO file and install it from there? I would rather clean install if possible, but if I have to upgrade that is fine. Is it possible without discs?


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10 Jan 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate Beta 7000
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gavinsdaddy1912 View Post
Is there any way to virtually mount the ISO file and install it from there? I would rather clean install if possible, but if I have to upgrade that is fine. Is it possible without discs?
yeah thats how i installed it, you may be able to use other programs but i used poweriso to mount it and it worked fine. just have a partition ready for it to be installed on and fire up the iso. it copies all the files it needs to the hdd and then restarts to finish the installation, good luck!
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