Extract Files from Windows 7 Installation DVD

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       #130

    The file is reported to be corrupt in install disc.
    the obvious answer is to get new installation media

    what edition, bit version and language are you using?
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
       #131

    I did not get the add button show on advanced option.
    So, I just used this command in the link to take the permission of winsxs folder.
    When I finished the command to take ownership, there was some activity screen on cmd to give all the subfoders in it , to get success of permissions.
    But, the next command Icalc in the page, link, has come with error
    No mapping between accounts and secruity ids was done error
    Should I do icalc for copying a system file on a mounted wim folder
    Is this command necessary to copy a file
    i used this cmd to perform take ownership

    Takeown /f <folder name> /r /d /y
    and then used icacls which alerts error
    icacls <folder name> grant administrators: F /T
    the link:
    Take Ownership of a File or Folder Using Command-Line in Windows >> Winhelponline

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    Hi, Brink,
    If you copied the correct file to a installation disc on the correct folder, say , winsxs folder, will there be any problem in booting in extracting windows files stage.
    Why I ask is , we are directly copying to the mounted image on the same folder and then unmounting after committing changes
    Thanks and expecting reply
    Last edited by jraju; 2 Weeks Ago at 01:45.
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