Once again, we found a great how to, via Web Talk, helping us to create a single DVD with all Windows 7 versions. Great huh? Well, here’s the thing, Microsoft allows its buyers to purchase Windows 7 via the affiliated online stores, microsoft.com or TechNet. The Windows 7 installation files weren’t made public, until now… The files have been leaked from the Microsoft’s online retailer, Digital River and can be messed with a bit…directly to a DVD.
All you need to do is, download the files, place them in the same folder and execute the exe file, to unpack to whole kit. Be aware that the files are for the 32 bit version of Windows 7. Now, here comes our handly little utility, the ei.cfg Removal Utility, which disables the original ei.cfg from the original kit and allows the ISO image to become an “all-version” kit. Keep in mind that the utility can also reverse the procedure, so don’t worry about messing it up.
How to use
Extract the utility, lanuch it and select the path to the ISO file, that’s it. No installation, no nothing…just 2 and something clicks.