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  1. Buy ram. Problem solved.
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    Any ideas why this is showing up? It keeps on reopening constantlyImage
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  3. See if you can set LEGACY/CSM MODE in BIOS. Windows 7 in PURE UEFI MODE won't work.
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  4. Hello thank you for your nice work!
    I'm trying to update a italian windows 7 64bit SP1 multi iso image and everything work fine until stage 11, for two times it hangs on 4% when it's unmounting winre image.
    Any ideas how to solve this problem?

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    Originally Posted by EnfanTerrible View Post
    Hello thank you for your nice work!
    I'm trying to update a italian windows 7 64bit SP1 multi iso image and everything work fine until stage 11, for two times it hangs on 4% when it's unmounting winre image.
    Any ideas how to solve this problem?

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    try running the check disc & system file checker
    just right click on your drive - click properties - tools - check
    both check disc & system file checker, restart your computer and let the
    tools run. after it finishes, then try updating your computer.
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    iso downloader that is in the tool is now broken
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    Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    you have another source? because only the iso in the tool works for me for some reason
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    Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    mmh this one give me bluescreen too
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    i went to the ''the eye'' discord server and apparently someone found a backup of the MSDN files used by ''the eye'' website do you know which is the exact file used in the windows updater tool? https://msdn.hackerc.at/Windows%207/ Image
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  10. Hi -

    1st off, thanks for the work you've done in making this available to the english speaking world. Hugely appreciated. I've spent the best part of 3 weeks trying to get an Asus z390 to run W7 - even with so called "USB 2.0" ports!

    Using the amazing tool, and I'm in the process of creating my install - got a Windows Defender positive on amdhub3.sys

    Would you be so kind as to check that the dl link has not been tampered with etc, to help set my mind at rest ? 95% sure this will just be a false positive (M$ trying to stop installs :P ), but wanted to triple check.

    Thanks in advance!

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  11. First off, thanks to Atak_Snajpera for this amazing tool.

    Since I just spent a few days struggling through all of this and ran into a lot of the problems in this thread, I wanted to share some of the things I did to finally get this installed.

    I am installing on 2 different Intel systems (i7-7700/ASRock h270m-itx/ac/SATA M.2 drive, i7-10700/ASRock h570m/itx-ac/NVMe WD SN750).

    First things first, make sure you use the specific base Windows 7 ISO recommended by the tool. The in-tool link is broken but you can get a copy of the version specified here:

    Code:
    https://archive.org/details/en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677332_202006
    There is a direct download link but I opted for the torrent for much faster download speeds.

    I had originally ran the tool on a different ISO version (7601.24214.180801-1700.win7sp1_ldr_escrow_CLIENT_ULTIMATE_x64FRE_en-us.iso), which resulted in the tool "completing" on step 11 and outputting a Windows7.iso that would install but then be unable to use USB3 after getting to first-time account setup. By using the suggested ISO, the tool completed all the steps.

    I also ran into an issue when running the tool on a 4-core 4-thread Ryzen 2200g / 16GB RAM system where I ran out of system memory (too many Chrome tabs open ). The tool log output directed me to the DISM logs (C:\WINDOWS\Logs\DISM\dism.log) where I could see the specific error cause. Running the tool on my i7-10700 / 16GB system allowed the tool to complete. I chose to install drivers and updates for just Windows 7 Ultimate and that took ~1hr to create the Windows7.iso.

    Using the created iso, I created a bootable USB using Rufus (use MBR partition scheme), enabled CSM in the BIOS, and was able to complete Windows 7 setup on both systems.

    One final gotcha I encountered was that booting from USB would fail on one of my systems where I had no discrete graphics card and was plugged into the onboard motherboard HDMI. I plugged in a spare Radeon HD 6450 and then everything proceeded smoothly.

    Hopefully this helps someone.
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  12. First of all THANK YOU Atak Snajpera! I even had to register on the forum because of this post! I've been trying off and on for over a year to find a way to get Windows 7 to work with my setup but I've had no luck! Your patcher with my old ISO (RTM-Pre SP1) worked like a dream! The install had no issues and it booted with USB working on the first try! There was no Device Manager issues what so ever!

    There is one little issue I'm having with my SATA SSD when it comes to 4k read/write and I was wondering if there was any idea what it could be? At this point I will take the performance hit because it's such a joy to be on an OS that I know isn't just spyware, smartphone, limited, UGLY CRAP! But, I'd really like to get it up to speed...

    My Specs:
    -MSI B450 MAX Gaming Plus (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B450-GAMING-PLUS-MAX#down-manual)
    -16 GB Ram
    -Samsung SATA SSDs
    -Ryzen 7 5700G
    -GTX 970

    Here's a shot of the desktop:
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    Here's CrystalDiskMark (8.04) with 5, 1GB tests on Windows 10 (LTSC IoT [it sucks going back to 2019 LTSC for dual boot]):
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    and here's the same test in Windows 7:
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    Any ideas out there?
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  13. Check again but with 10 GiB sample.
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  14. Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    Check again but with 10 GiB sample.
    There was no 10 GiB, so I did 16 GiB...

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  15. Run my simple console benchmark to verify any performance degradation
    https://forum.pclab.pl/topic/1284820-iospeedtester-konsolowy-program-do-mierzenia-pr%C...nsferu-danych/

    0) create temp folder on drive C: and K:
    1) run cmd.exe
    2) execute IOSpeedTester --test-location c:\temp --transfer-size 16GiB --buffer-size 4KiB --threads 64

    Example result on my SATA3 SSD
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  16. In device manager show me what you have under IDE ATA Controllers
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  17. Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    In device manager show me what you have under IDE ATA Controllers
    DevMan:
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  18. Uninstall AMD SATA drivers. Let Windows 7 use default msahci driver
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  19. Windows 7 AS SDD + DevMan
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    Win10 Test with AS SDD:
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    Edit:
    This is so strange... even with a fresh install same issues... I have no idea what's going on here... smh.
    Last edited by IraAbaddon; 1st Jan 2022 at 02:12.
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  20. So I thought maybe I'd remove the AMD SATA drivers from the ISO and install again... no luck. Also I changed CDM to 64 Threads

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    Edit:
    Also tested ASSSD and still scoring in the 800s
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