Hey cdob & Wonko;)
but then you need over 4.3gb of ram to load it, or isn t this the case?
Yes, that's it. It's a strange approach.
i have already fear that this is the case;(
thank you very much cdob for your work with this detailed instructions!
but this is no solution for me. i can t presuppose an amount of 4gb ram on each computer i have to do.
some words about workcases i have to do.
i have a large amount of friends, good friends and not so good friends.
they have different jobs and different hobbys. but each of them also has a computer.
the most of them have not much knoweldge about computers and if a problem occur, they call me.
becouse they are friends, i try to help. i ask them bevor i visit them, what exactly isn t working?
already this isn t an easy task becouse many of them can t answer this.
already the question wich o.s you are useing?, can not every of them answer correctly. the standard answer is windows.
if i ask then, wich windows?, it often happens, that i get an "i don t know" as answer.
becouse i don t know what is exactly to do and becouse i can t debar, that i must install the o.s new, i must cary every time a large amount of cd/dvd`s with me.
win7/win-xp/install-mediums, different tools on cd and stuff.
also therefore my project was createt, that i have in this cases only one medium with everything i need, that i can work.
so it would be also a great benefit to have a possible win7 installation in my project, so i prepared for each case.
that was the thought behind my project.
this win7-install thing is atm not solveable for me. 4gb of ram that it is working, is no option.
if this win7-installation would be possible if i don t do it with an untouched/aio iso, then i also be open for it.
as long as it works, i have no problem with it.
in the meantime, i delay this win7-installation-wish, till i find a usable solution for that.
thank you very much to all of you for trying to help me with that.
i hope i can implement that in the future somehow. lets see...
Edited by livedude, 22 April 2012 - 01:27 PM.