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Windows 7: Help making ISO student D/L files

18 Nov 2009   #1

Genuine windows 7X64
Help making ISO student D/L files

Hello everyone, i seem to be havin a little trouble creating an ISO with student D/L win7 pro 64 bit i followed the instructions from the link
Make bootable iso from student d/l
downloaded the OCSDIMG file and put it into my windows system32 folder
ran the cd /d C:\windows\system32, succesfully.

ran the oscdimg -u2 -b"C:\Documents and Settings\David\Desktop\expandedSetup\boot\" -h "C:\Documents and Settings\David\Desktop\expandedSetup" C:\7.iso and when i hit enter i get
ERROR could not delete file "ubC:\expandableSetup\boot\"
error 123:the filename, directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect.
and takes me back to a C\windows\system32 prompt.
am i missing something here, i am going to reboot and try it again
thanks in advance

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18 Nov 2009   #2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64

Hi Pantz,

Sorry you are having difficulty with that.

The best place to put the question is on the tutorial thread, here:

Make bootable iso from student d/l

I have answered it there.

Hope it helps.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
18 Nov 2009   #3

Genuine windows 7X64

sorry for postin in the work place, but i think i fixed my problem,
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