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andrew2

After some browsing TUT i got inspired installing Windows from my USB Stick instead of CD-Rom.

I used a lot of tools for that and decided to make my own tool for it.

I call it VirtualWIN-CD

I will incllude the Compiled Version too.

Compiled Version :

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Source Code :

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Downloads: 11

All Credits go to me and all i want is to be noticed in the credits if you make changes.

Edited by big_daddy

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Aladdin

Please post you script here with code Tags or attach it to your thread.

you can also use any other file host. RapidShare.Com asks for waiting 5hrs.


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ilko

Wow!

What a steal. Changing the name and recompiling doesn't make you author or anything.

Original program, compiled with the source code and credits:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...st&p=779970

andrew2- why would you do that? :)

All Credits go to me and all i want is to be noticed in the credits if you make changes.

All credits go to where they belong to. Plus you failed to obey the following which you have accepted:

The program is released "as is" and is free for redistribution, use or changes as long as original author, credits part and link to the support forum-

http://www.msfn.org/board/Install-XP-from-USB-f157.html

are clearly mentioned.

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Jango

Wow!

What a steal. Changing the name and recompiling doesn't make you author or anything.

Original program, compiled with the source code and credits:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...st&p=779970

andrew2- why would you do that? :)

All credits go to where they belong to. Plus you failed to obey the following which you have accepted:

Hmm you should ask to the moderators to ban this user and remove this post

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