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#101 sambul61


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Posted 10 March 2012 - 05:53 PM

Floppy image link is given in Install and Boot Unsupported OS from VHD Tut. You'll probably need the Tut anyway to make use of WinVBlock, unless you want to contribute to its development. :)

#102 bomz



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Posted 10 March 2012 - 07:33 PM

I need win7vblock. winvblock for xp i am happy to have in floppy inf+sys. win7vblock supported vista?

#103 sambul61


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Posted 11 March 2012 - 02:12 AM

Hi bomz,

Sha0 aggregated his development in one package later, and the mentioned floppy just right on your target. I guess, you'll have to be the 1st tester on Vista though. :) Keep in mind, if your PC or laptop has a sticker "Vista certified", it will work OK for most practical purposes with Win7 and Win8 that surprisingly requires LESS RAM.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 09:56 AM

The CD driver simulated by Grub4DOS with command "map /boot.iso (0xff)" can not be recognized properly by the current version of winvblock under Windows 7, as the dirver can be seen, but no content inside.
If using command "map --mem /boot.iso (0xff) " instead, the result is fine.

winvblock version:
grub4dos version: 0.45B-2011-12-13
OS version : win7 sp1

#105 Blackcrack


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Posted 13 May 2012 - 10:36 AM

humm, ma by createing it as Driver-setup/install Package
and like imdisk an Win7VBlock-Gui/interface to coording it
NT Like and not Linuxlike
( i mean in Prompt... and i be a Mandrivauser and Reactosuser too
and work in prompt too but we be in NT)

Menu like RAR with Submenu in Contexmenu with right Mouseklick
Win7VBlock ->
mount with Spezial Options like E:F:G: or mount on an folder like Linux
and maby + add in VBox and boot with it..

if it get a Setup/installer i be once of the first wo it is installed ;)

or / and silenceinstaller or something ..Win7Block it's a nice/cool idea

best regards

Edited by Blackcrack, 13 May 2012 - 10:37 AM.

#106 jinsdhie

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Posted 04 March 2015 - 07:32 AM

Is it Possible to boot Windows 7 64bit? with aoe64.sys driver? if Possible and How? Thank You SOOO Much Hoping For a Reply

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