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Windows 7: How to Create Win7 ISO image with 3 Disks from Toshiba ?

04 Jan 2018   #11
SherriBabee

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

GOSH, I'm so overwhelmed with it all I've been just keeping the Cousin's laptop updated.

I did get that USB made, just have a separate stick for the drivers. Should that be put on same stick? or will it conflict with the Bootup when installing ? That drive is the SSD. Do I have to prep it somehow? Or I gather the USB takes care of that?


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05 Jan 2018   #12
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Nope just install Windows it will do everything for you.

If the usb stick has the room you can put all those driver installers on it if you want, but just leave them on the other stick. Sometimes when you transfer driver installers to another device they become corrupt.

Note for the future, the only driver you really have to worry about getting before hand is the network (ethernet) drivers for that particular PC. So you can install them and get online to run windows update.

But you did a great job getting all those drivers and practice makes perfect, you are learning and that is very good, rep given for your great effort.

The next thing we want to hear is that have you W7 installed :)
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05 Jan 2018   #13
SherriBabee

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Well I'm just reading this and gonna go ahead and try to install.

Only thing is it's not that HP one and the Install link you suggested. But once I get my DVD drive working again I can burn their disks to USB also.

Tks 4 the pep talk AddRAM

Tks to torchwood and TrustMe for your input as well.

Sherri
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06 Jan 2018   #14
torchwood

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
 
 

Hi Sherri,

YOU DONT need to burn the Iso to a USB,
download the image - save it
download the tool, Iso-2-Usb
insert USB - make a note of the drive letter
run the USB tool - select the Iso image path - it will pull it to the USB
MAKE sure that your saving it to the USB, NOT C, usually E or F.

DONE

Once your up and running and have updated your system
MAKE an Image, most here use Macrium free
(takes about 15/20 mins to restore your system)
Imaging with free Macrium - Windows 7 Help Forums

Roy
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23 Jan 2018   #15
SherriBabee

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Well, got Win7_x64 Home premium installed. Not all my settings and programs re-installed yet (Got some family situations going on, so it's been a slow process)

N-E-WHO, I've followed up things with Belarc advisor and looks like I probally got 2 Win Updates not installed yet. Would that matter with my Activating my Windows copy? I got rejected tonight. Got to get that log here and will post. OR ** should I do that under new message in that other forum page about Activation problems?

Oh got 14 days left to do so

Sherri
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23 Jan 2018   #16
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Did you installed same Win 7 version you had before? Did you enter the key during installation?
The COA sticker with the key is normally under the computer. Also look under the battery.
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23 Jan 2018   #17
SherriBabee

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
Did you installed same Win 7 version you had before? Did you enter the key during installation?
The COA sticker with the key is normally under the computer. Also look under the battery.
Hello Megahertz07

Nope I got the right Key from my Laptop. I didn't install the Toshiba backup, used an Online ISO without all the Bloatware. I also have changed the HDD to an SDD last year. Im lost for the next step and now I get a popup about the activation can't remember what it says, but will grab a Screenshot next time it happens. Does it randomly
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23 Jan 2018   #18
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

How did you get the key from your laptop?

Did you installed same Win 7 version you had before (win 7 HP)? Did you enter the key during installation?
Do you still have the COA sticker with the key, (is normally under the computer. Also look under the battery)?
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23 Jan 2018   #19
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Quote:
Nope I got the right Key from my Laptop. I didn't install the Toshiba backup, used an Online ISO without all the Bloatware.

There are two ways for you to activate.

1) Use the COA key from a sticker on your machine case ( often under the battery).

Or

2) Use the SLP key and xml cert that is included in the Toshiba installation/recovery media.

If you use a key found by a keyfinder program such as Belarc, that will not work.
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23 Jan 2018   #20
SherriBabee

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
There are two ways for you to activate.

1) Use the COA key from a sticker on your machine case ( often under the battery).

Or

2) Use the SLP key and xml cert that is included in the Toshiba installation/recovery media.

If you use a key found by a keyfinder program such as Belarc, that will not work.
Ok, I did use the COA key it's on bottom of my Laptop, it's that blue & white tagand says "Product Key"
Never heard of the SLP key and xml Cert. I have them 3 disks I ordered from Toshiba lastyear but they can't be read for some reason UNLESS there only if you Boot from them.

I have a copy of that Windows Validation Data, but I don't understand how to read it...



*** NOTE: I thought I had written down the KEY, just noticed the KEY is a different Number on the Laptop than the one I had saved from previous programs I used and Belarc GRRRRR....

Gonna try now
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