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Gremo

[Simple Question] Isolinux + Windows 7

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I need help :unsure:. I cannot find any useful information abount adding Windows 7 setup into a isolinux DVD.

ATM i have a isolinux cd with some utilities from acronis and paragon. Some of them starts using KERNEL and APPEND commands, other with the iso image itselft . I really need to find a way to put Windows 7 into it.

Thanks A LOT :hello:

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 I need help :unsure:. I cannot find any useful information abount adding Windows 7 setup into a isolinux DVD.

ATM i have a isolinux cd with some utilities from acronis and paragon. Some of them starts using KERNEL and APPEND commands, other with the iso image itselft . I really need to find a way to put Windows 7 into it.

Thanks A LOT :hello:

If you want to use a .iso, easiest would be using a known grub4dos+IMDISK method and simply chainload grub4dos from the Isolinux/Syslinux .cfg.

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=9038

Otherwise, you can use a "flat" directory structure on the DVD and chainload BOOTMGR from the Isolinux .cfg "directly".

jaclaz

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Add windows 7 files to DVD. Use uppercased ISO9660 names.

At isolinux.cfg launch default boot sector file

label W7
BOOT /boot/etfsboot.com

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Add windows 7 files to DVD. Use uppercased ISO9660 names.

At isolinux.cfg launch default boot sector file

label W7
BOOT /boot/etfsboot.com

a BIG thank you dude!  :thumbup

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