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Hi,

 

 

I have win 7 customized iso burned in DVD , how I can protect it from copy or move files to pc

 

 

 

 

 




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Well since you can't distribute Windows 7 sources, I can't imagine why this would be an issue. :whistle:



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I want to know if there is any way for doing that or no



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you can encrypt files or stiff them in encrypted archive

but then it won't install by "nature"

 

you can scratch the cd/dvd but then it won't be readable at all


Edited by vinifera, 23 December 2013 - 05:37 AM.


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Actually there are copy protections.

Examples:

http://reboot.pro/to...tection-cd-usb/

 

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Actually there are copy protections.

Examples:

http://reboot.pro/to...tection-cd-usb/

 

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It is not useful  with win 7 iso



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Maybe by Nero.



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stick in a a drawer or somwer else hiden then nobody can get it to copy it



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stick in a a drawer or somwer else hiden then nobody can get it to copy it

I do not understand you, can you explain more



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He means don't let people use your disk. If people don't have access to your disk then they can't copy it.

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you can encrypt files or stiff them in encrypted archive

but then it won't install by "nature"

 

you can scratch the cd/dvd but then it won't be readable at all

 

How I can do this way??



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stiff ISO into RAR or ZIP or whatever and put password on it :P

this way only you know password

but as told CD/DVD won't be installable as you'd have to extract/de-pack the contents out



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stiff ISO into RAR or ZIP or whatever and put password on it :P

this way only you know password

but as told CD/DVD won't be installable as you'd have to extract/de-pack the contents out

steps for that are following:

win 7 iso

click right

using WinRAR-add to archive

advanced

set password

put any password then ok

 

But I will get win 7 rar not iso file,,,,maybe not work during format,

 

 

Did you mean this steps to stiff ISO into RAR or ZIP or whatever and put password on it.


Edited by forever0donotknowme, 11 January 2014 - 01:38 AM.


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... But I will get win 7 rar not iso file...


Correct. That is what he meant by:
 

... but as told CD/DVD won't be installable as you'd have to extract/de-pack the contents out


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