|05 Jul 2010||#1|
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Slipstream windows 7 - Any clues ?
I am new to this forum , I would like to know if there are any tools that can be used to slipstream windows 7.
The windows 7 consumes around 8 to 10gb in full installation and i am unable to create a test environment because it takes around 45 minutes for a fresh installation.
thanks and regards
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