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Windows 7: Unable to mount ISO as virtual CD-ROM

26 May 2014   #31
jchap1590

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Success with a legacy boot USB, even though the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool said bootsect failed. Tried Rufus, bit it couldn't see my drives (tried 3).

"expanding Windows files" has literally completed in the time it took to type this post


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26 May 2014   #32
gregrocker

 

Good. UEFI isn't worth the headache.
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