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2 hours ago, Adilson Enio Pierog said:

I need the Windows 7 ISO Portuguese Brazilian (pt-br) language  but is not listed on selection box.

Please see the print below:



That Portuguese version is from Portugal but I'm from Brazil. What can I do?

Olá. Está disponível para a versão Pro. Ou então vc pode instalar o language pack portugues BR posteriormente.

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You can also convert the Brazilian Win 7 Pro to a universal Win 7 disc with the ei.cfg removal utility:


If you prefer to have direct access to the Brazilian Win 7 Home, please help me find someone who would donate a suitable key to unlock the download, for me to integrate it into the tool.

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9 hours ago, Jan Krohn said:

You can also convert the Brazilian Win 7 Pro to a universal Win 7 disc with the ei.cfg removal utility:


If you prefer to have direct access to the Brazilian Win 7 Home, please help me find someone who would donate a suitable key to unlock the download, for me to integrate it into the tool.

Thank you, Jan. I've downloaded the PRO iso file and removed the ei.cfg. Now I have all versions avaliable to install.

Problem solved!

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