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andregcasal

Add Vista & 7 support to [How To] Multi-boot DVD Guide

Windows Vista and Windows 7 support  

84 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you want Vista & 7 support for this guide?

    • Yes
      81
    • No
      0
    • Your method's are not compatible with Vista & 7
      3


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andregcasal    0
Also please add using Aero Studio 2007/2008 for making multi-boot.

Cause, I thought it's pretty easier to use compare to text versions of stuffs, like compare to cd shell?

It looks pretty cool. If I update it I'll put that in. Thanks.

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FeN4m    0

47 already + many how havent noticed vote ( like me before:) )...

I have tried long time to find guide how to make dvd with only 64 & 32 win 7, no results so far...

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andregcasal    0

Fair enough, it's allready on my TODO list ;)

I'm going into it after I finish my online matrix calculator. When it's done I'll make a post here on MSFN so people can use it :)

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grabben    1

Please update the guide with support for 7,

Uhm it says he will do it when hes done making an online calculator so whats the problem? :)

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