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Did run "SysPrep" on Windows 7, how to transfer harddrive Image to DVD

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Did run "SysPrep" on Windows 7 (winodws rearm count: 1), and shutdown PC now, how to transfer harddrive Image to DVD. I cannot turn ON, if I turn ON, it will break the licence, without ON, can I transfer Image onto bootable DVD for production, appreciated.
Aug 30 '12 #1
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Seth Schrock
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I believe that one way you can do this is to get a copy of Windows PE, put it on a disk, and then boot from that disk. You will enter a CLI where you can select which disk, volume, and partition you want to image. You then give the network location where you want the image (I can't remember the command syntax off the top of my head) and it will write the image there. You could then move the image onto a DVD if you like. If your computer has two disk drives, you should be able to skip the network portion of this and go straight to the DVD.

Hopefully this points you in the right direction.
Sep 4 '12 #2

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