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Windows 7: Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 7.0, and it's full potential?

12 Oct 2013   #1
DWreck

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, Windows 8 Enterprise 64-Bit
 
 
Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 7.0, and it's full potential?

So as it is my TechNet Subscription is running out. So I went ahead and got myself DaRT. It's something I've been interested in for awhile but never got into it, but since I won't be able to get it soon I thought why not. Something I thought about while downloading it is if it can be applied to the Windows 7 Install file. I never really used a recovery disc, I mainly used my install disc to troubleshoot peoples issues, including mine. So if I could modify the install file to integrate DaRT that would be of great help in my IT department. If there is anyone here that could help my with this achievement I'd greatly appreciate it

Thanks for any help, DWreck


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12 Oct 2013   #2
theog

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12 Oct 2013   #3
DWreck

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, Windows 8 Enterprise 64-Bit
 
 

What I mean is using the install disk not a recovery disk. So if I booted from the install disk and selected repair instead of install it would bring up DaRT. When I went though the setup I could only apply it to a recovery disk.
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12 Oct 2013   #4
theog

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DWreck View Post
What I mean is using the install disk not a recovery disk. So if I booted from the install disk and selected repair instead of install it would bring up DaRT. When I went though the setup I could only apply it to a recovery disk.
To do that, you would need, one each of the list below.

Starter = one x32
Basic = one each x32 & x64.
Home Premium = one each x32 & x64.
Professional = one each x32 & x64.
Ultimate = one each x32 & x64.
Enterprise = one each x32 & x64.
= 11 DVD's.

MSDaRT only, you would need, one each of the list below.

one x32
One x64
One x64 UEFI mode, (would need to be made on a Windows 7 PC install in UEFI mode)
= three CD's.
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12 Oct 2013   #5
DWreck

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, Windows 8 Enterprise 64-Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DWreck View Post
What I mean is using the install disk not a recovery disk. So if I booted from the install disk and selected repair instead of install it would bring up DaRT. When I went though the setup I could only apply it to a recovery disk.
To do that, you would need, one each of the list below.

Starter = one x32
Basic = one each x32 & x64.
Home Premium = one each x32 & x64.
Professional = one each x32 & x64.
Ultimate = one each x32 & x64.
Enterprise = one each x32 & x64.
= 11 DVD's.

MSDaRT only, you would need, one each of the list below.

one x32
One x64
One x64 UEFI mode, (would need to be made on a Windows 7 PC install in UEFI mode)
= three CD's.
My Windows 7 Installation Disk is Ult. I don't have Windows 7 HP-Pro at home. But I only need to modify the Ult. Installation Disk. The others are not needed for troubleshooting end users.

I don't need the whole MDOP package on the install file if that's what you mean by "MSDaRT only". I only need DaRT on my Windows 7 Ult. Disk.
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14 Oct 2013   #6
DWreck

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, Windows 8 Enterprise 64-Bit
 
 

Well I guess no one can help me with my plan. I kinda understand though, most people don't even know what MDOP is. I'll check back every once in awhile to see if anyone replies.
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