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IrfanView v4.4.4 - x86/x64 + Plugins + Toolbars + Languages - 5-in-1 RePack About RePack (info): Multilanguage installer. Installer contains: IrfanView-x86 files, IrfanView-x64 files, all plugins, all languages & 21 toolbar skins. Added IrfanPaint 3rd party plugin and Shell Extensions Installer installs x86/x64 version according to your Windows architecture. Optional Command-Line Switches: Download: https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0BxE7TpGda882SmNOaTRpMS0xbHM File Name: IrfanView_4.4.4.Dual_RePack.exe File Name: 30.2 MB MD5 Hash: B6D1ACB40002CCB6ACF5D115A92D14EC Alternative Download Link: https://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?/files/file/50-irfanview-v444-repack-x86x64pluginstoolbarslanguages-5-in-1/
WinCDEmu 3.6 - the easiest way to mount an ISO Description: A free lightweight alternative to Daemon-Tools. Official website: http://wincdemu.sysprogs.org/ Arch type: x86 / x64 Silent switches: not needed. Note #1: Auto-installs SysProgs certificate as TrustedPublisher so it installs it's drivers without prompting and then finally installs WinCDEmu. Note #2: Installer made with 7z Sfx Builder. If you want to learn how I made it, just open this installer with 7z Sfx Builder to understand the installer sourcecode. MD5 Hash: 41E52A9324CDF9CE04716127D347AB06 Size: 980 KB (1.003.746 bytes) Download here: http://www.4shared.com/file/3ai5mery/WinCDEmu-36-silent.html
hello people out there :-) I really like the work with this WinToolkit. Unfortunately I am not able to build an image which is bootable over an usb stick. After reading many things on the forum (tutorials etc) I still do not really understand how to create something which is bootable from a usb stick. I have an original win7 x64 dvd plus office 2010 dvd available also I downloaded all updates but how can I just put all that stuff together to make a unattendable image? Sorry for asking this - is there any explanation with pictures or so available (in German?) THanks for helping, regards, Bernhard