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What's the difference from normal and OEM version of Windows 7 ISO?
I've seen a couple of questions regarding creating a Windows 7 iso that will fit when burned to a single single-layer DVD but I haven't found a guide for this and my attempts so far have failed. If there is a thread with detailed instructions on this already please point me to it. I have a Win 7 Pro SP1 Dell OEM disk which I would like to add the chipset and network driver packs to as well as all updates. I don't need the other editions which are on the disk such as ultimate or home but removing them doesn't appear to change the size of the ISO that is created. I can create a USB drive using the ISOs I make so this isn't a rush but I would definitely like to have the ability to create a smaller disk than what I started with and I'm sure I'm just missing something incredibly simple to make this happen. Any tips on how to shrink the output down would be appreciated. I'm used to using RVM Integrator, nLite, and Driver Packs on XP disks and the whole .wim thing is new to me as is multiple editions (home/pro/ultimate) on one disk. Thanks, Fiernaq P.S. Great looking program, clean interface and fairly intuitive AiO option (some of the more advanced features aren't quite as user friendly but then again I wouldn't expect them to be).
Can the toolkit be used on an Acer Win7 OEM install disks? I'll assume it will be a recovery partition on the HD that I may burn to DVD... Or best to use an after-install tweaker to min OS CPU usage (Celeron B815) Thanks for your time!