SOLVED o/s systems

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Re: SOLVED o/s systems

Postby knotman » Mon Aug 04, 2014 1:56 am

have not polished it yet but this dam thing i can put in win 7 ultimate 32 bit ( ripped ) with no problem ( and no key for it just wanted to try ) so i put the win 7 64 bit dvd (laget cd) and it wont read it with the laget cd it will only get to the point where it extracting the files and stops saying it cant read it i think im going to try what mr t says but i have to get some dvds first i do have imageburn and power iso but im to to impressed with power iso
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Re: SOLVED o/s systems

Postby Karlsweldt » Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:12 am

When burning a CD or DVD, the program creates a "burn-proof" cache file on the C:\ drive. There should be at least twice the amount of data space as the disk will have written to it. Minimal, maybe 8 gigs of free contiguous space is a good margin. If you have not defragged in some time, do so before the 'burn'.
A cloned copy is supposed to be 100% of the original. But if there is copyright protection involved, that may abort the process. Many audio and video programs have an "intellectual property" guard. AKA "rootkits". Check if you have one lingering on the system.
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