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Ultimate Boot CD for Windows 7

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by vane0326, Feb 14, 2011.

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  1. vane0326

    vane0326 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I have a Ultimate Boot Cd for XP, it will run XP on Ram. It works great.

    But I would like to know where to find one for Windows 7 that will run on ram as well.

    Does anyone knows where I could find one or purchase?

    Thanks,

    Devin C.
     
  2. leroys1000

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    The ultimate boot cd newest version can be found here.
    http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/
    It is operating system independent as it is a live cd system.
    You can download the image for free and burn it to CD or
    probably have a CD mailed for a small fee.
    The download link is on the left side of the page.
     
  3. TheOutcaste

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    Are you talking about the Ultimate Boot CD, or a BartPE/WinPE/UBCD4Windows type disk that boots into a Mini version of XP?

    There is no equivalent Live DVD for Win 7 (that I know of anyway).
    You can create a repair disk that gives you access to the Command Prompt and some additional repair options (System Restore, Restoring an image from a System Image backup, Memory diagnostics, Startup Repair).
    Click Start, type recdisc.exe and press Enter.
     
  4. vane0326

    vane0326 Thread Starter

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    Yes that's exactly what I'm looking for a mini Windows 7.

    Too bad there's no version of the sort.

    Thanks anyways!
     
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