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Windows 7: Eula glitch/bug when making AIO DVD

19 Feb 2012   #1

Windows 7 64 Bit
Eula glitch/bug when making AIO DVD


I have created a all-in-one install DVD of Windows 7 both US and Dutch. I have used the method explained here :

Create Windows 7 AIO (All In One) DVD at

All sources are from MSDN and include SP1 of Windows 7.

When I test the DVD of the US version everything is ok.
When I test the Dutch version and start the installation of Enterprise it shows a release candidate EULA. When I boot the dutch enterprise ISO it show's the right EULA.

Is this a know bug/glitch?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
19 Feb 2012   #2


May i ask why you want an AIO installer if you have access to the MSDN downloads?
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 Eula glitch/bug when making AIO DVD

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