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After the release of so many Windows 7 beta leaked versions a lot of users, with the imminent release of Windows 7 RC (Release Candidate), may get some problem while trying to upgrade their Windows 7 beta or pre-beta versions to Windows 7 RC. As a matter of fact, a special built-in application has been skilfully placed by Microsoft inside the next Windows 7 RC which identifies and blocks  the upgrade of non-Vista Windows OS. That’s because Microsoft recommends users to install Windows 7 RC on computers with Windows Vista or just perform a clean installation to avoid issue and errors above all during the installation itself. If you want to bypass such a limitation, here is a simple hack to apply.

  1. Download Windows 7 ISO RC.
  2. Burn the ISO image on a DVD.
  3. Now, copy the ISO image in a place where you wish to run the upgrade from. This location can be a computer folder, a partition, a USB dongle…whatever you want.
  4. Now, go to the sources directory.
  5. Open  cversion.ini by using Notepad.
  6. Modify MinClient number to a value lower than the down-level build. E.g., change 7100 to 7000.
  7. Save the modified file.
  8. Upgrade to Windows 7 RC.



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One Comment to “Hack to install Windows 7 RC on Windows 7 beta”

  1. Hackerabhi Says:

    good one.!!!

    I am really impressed ..

    you can get the executable for that by emailing me …
    its oldcoins_1@rediffmail(dot)com
    simply replace (dot ) with a real one.
    enjoy…


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