but there is no EI.CFG file in sources folder
all the EI.cfg file does is insure only one specific version is available, and
without the EI.cfg it gives you a choice of all version on the disc.
from the original post;
There may or may not be a ei.cfg file. If you have a ei.cfg it makes is version specific. = Home Premium or Professional - etc etc. Per say, if you remove a file(any file) from the original.iso then you must save the .modified.iso. If you do not save then the iso remain in original form. then it is recommended you reopen the .iso to confirm the removed file is missing. can not say much more and keep this thread legit.
5) Now open the windows 7 32bit iso with UltraISO or PowerISO. Open sources folder and replace the "winsetup.dll" with the file you just modified. And delete ei.cfg file to unlock all windows 7 SKU. And then save the ISO. Burn it and Install.
Quote: Originally Posted by Shayx
i did not create a new ISO, just edited the winsetup.dll file as mentioned
If you did not create a new .iso then the winsetup.dll is not modified. VeRY IMPORTANT INFO..THIS ONLY WORKS WITH X86 (32 BIT).