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Windows 7: may i burn the ISO on two CDs?

17 Jun 2009   #11
Orbital Shark


That would have been a scaled down version @ only 1.3GB and the ISO is 3GB+ for x86. If i think of anything i'll let you know.

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17 Jun 2009   #12


hang on.........

why not D/L W7, & mount it virtually (powerISO / magicISO), & install that way..??

i dont see why this wont work while running XP....

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17 Jun 2009   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

eh... could you explain what you just said? i mean step by step.
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17 Jun 2009   #14

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

Hi tassan,

First you need to make a partition for it - 20gb minimum - more is better - format as ntfs.

Then download PowerIso - the free ( unregistered ) version is fine.

PowerISO - Create, Edit, Extract, Mount, Compress, Encrypt, Split ISO file, ISO/BIN converter, Virtual Drive, DAA

Open PowerIso, set 1 virtual drive, mount the 7 .iso.

may i burn the ISO on two CDs?-poweriso-1-2009-05-17_031206.jpg

may i burn the ISO on two CDs?-pweriso2009-06-17_191132.jpg

Then click Start Orb > Computer - the new virtual drive will be there - rt click it and select "install or run program from your media".

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17 Jun 2009   #15

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

i did as you said with a freshly downloaded .iso file which gave me this error while installing
"Windows cannot copy files required for installation. The files may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070241"
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18 Jun 2009   #16

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

i tried to install from same .iso in a virtual pc and it was fine but when expanding files was done 25% it gave me same error with different error number.

help T_T
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18 Jun 2009   #17

Win7 Ultimate, x64

I don't know what resources you have available, but have you considered upgrading your hardware just a bit.

For desktop computers, how about a new internal DVD burner? One, with decent reviews can be had for $25USD (+ s/h) - - DVD-R Burner, DVD Burner, CD Burner, CD/DVD Burners, CD-R/CDRW Burner, DVD-R/DVD-RW Burners

You have a lappie? In like fashion, external USB burners can be had starting at $50USD.

Just a thought but it might be worth considering as software is getting larger and larger all the time and it may not be too much longer before getting software on CD will become difficult.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
18 Jun 2009   #18

XP/Vista 32 bit/Win 7 hp 64 bit

For what its worth, I suggest you go out and buy a replacement DVD drive for your CD drive and all your troubles will disappear.

There are some types of burner software that will span automatically, but I doubt your CD drive is up to that level of sophistication.
Also, Microsoft may have locked the copy style so you have to burn as one. Usually best with an ISO image.

I just installed a new DVD/cd/Blue Ray Sata drive with free software for A$63.00. It is a Pioneer, quick and trouble free and can handle 8.5 GB DL disks, R of course. Can't wait for the new R/W's to get into the shops.

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18 Jun 2009   #19

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

its late for an upgrade because i had bought a combo at the beginning of this month so yea no to upgrade, any other solution please.
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18 Jun 2009   #20

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

eh no can't get a DVD-rom well not right now or near future...
any other help please...
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