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Windows 7 AIO SP1 + Office 2010 Activated Forever[X86X64]



Windows 7 AIO with SP1 (x86 & x64) and MS Office 2010 | 4.42 GB


Windows 7 is the latest release of Microsoft Windows, a series of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, and media center PCs.

The Windows 7 installation image in this File was created using the Service Pack 1 RTM images taken from MSDN/Technet, and exporting the x64 editions into the x86 DVD via WAIK.

The following editions of Windows can be installed:
- Starter
- Home Basic (x86)
- Home Premium (x86/x64)
- Professional (x86/x64)
- Ultimate (x86/x64)

The following changes have been made:
- included an "sources\$oem$\$$\Setup\scripts\SetupComplete. cmd" command file to install a couple pieces of software during Windows installation
- Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus, Nero 8, and AVG PC Tuneup are automatically installed via the afore mentioned command.
- Windows Loader by Daz 1.9.5 has been included; SetupComplete will determine if a product key was entered during installation. If so, then no action will be taken; if not, then Windows 7 will activate via Windows Loader.
- OOBE.cmd checks for your computer/motherboard manufacturer and add support contact information, branding and wallpaper appropriately.

Additional software and drivers can be set to automatically install by including the files into the directory mentioned above, and editing SetupComplete.cmd to use the installation files' silent switches.

The following files are in the Files:
Darkwyvurne.iso - (Windows 7 All in One with SP1 and MS Office 2010 included)
Installing Windows 7 - Courtesy of Darkwyvurne.pdf - (fresh installation guide)

Please note: In its current state, this image may be a little too big to be burned onto a single layer DVD-R.
I had originally intended for people to add their own drivers, software and etc. into the "sources\$oem$\$$\Setup\scripts\" folder, adding unattended/silent switches into SetupComplete.cmd to use as a convenient system recovery disk.
You can burn this to a DL-DVD or copy the contents into a flash drive to perform an installation.
As no Windows installation files have been altered, you can alternatively delete the entire "sources/$oem$" folder from the image to be left with a Windows 7 All In One with SP1 installation disk, which WILL fit on a single-layer DVD.

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