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Windows 7: Use ISO to install application


28 Jun 2010   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Use ISO to install application

Hello,

I have created two ISO's of two DVDs.

When I install the application I insert the first DVD and then I am asked for the second DVD.

How can I simulate this but using the 2 ISO files?

Do I need to join the two in one ISO?

But then what do I do if I am asked for the second DVD?

Thanks,
Miguel


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28 Jun 2010   #2

Windows 8 Pro
 
 

You can install a virtual drive. You can get a free one here. www.slysoft.com
It's called Virtual Clone Drive.

You can set up a virtual drive. Mount the first ISO in the virtual drive. When it asks for the second ISO, mount it and continue.
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28 Jun 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Hello Shapper,

Welcome to the forums.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by electrotune1200 View Post
You can install a virtual drive. You can get a free one here. www.slysoft.com
It's called Virtual Clone Drive.

You can set up a virtual drive. Mount the first ISO in the virtual drive. When it asks for the second ISO, mount it and continue.
One of my favorite things is SLYsofts drive. Good Advice +1. You can also add more than one virtual drive with it and mount both ISO's; but the installation media may not look at the other drive and continue automatically.

Another option, if the ISO's don't contain the same folders/files is to extract them both with WINRAR or similar to a folder. Then use Folder2ISO to create a new (bigger) ISO and mount it in Virtual Clone Drive.

-Timo
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