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Lord Les

I suck

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Here is my deal: I have an HP m490n computer. The registry is messed up, and the restore files on the hard drive are messed up too. So I can't boot, and I can't restore.

So I downloaded a copy of Windows MCE 2005 (same as my computer) because I don't want to pay HP for a copy of the OS that I already purchased.

I have HP Windows MCE 2005 Restore as an ISO, and have also mounted via Daemon Tools Lite (both on the computer I'm curren't using).

I don't have a DVD burner and the OS is too big to fit on a single CD. So how do I install WMCE??


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Yup, this is against the rule 1.a

1.a This is not a warez site! Links/Requests to warez and/or illegal material (porn, cracks, serials, etc..) will not be tolerated. Discussion of circumventing WGA/activation/timebombs/license restrictions, use of keygens or any other illegal activity will also not be tolerated. You will be banned without notice.

Please read the rules before you comment.

But I think your screwed other than buying a DVD burner and a new copy of windows.

How ever I had MCE 2005 before and it fit on a single CD..


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