If you have just installed or upgraded to Windows 7, you will notice that one of the major changes during installation is the lack of the well-known setup wizard which asks you to choose among different Windows editions to install. Each Windows 7 DVD instead, will automatically install its own preset edition. Basically, Windows 7 DVD doesn’t contain all editions in its setup anymore, but mind you, such a feature is still supported! Here is a simple, free utility which lets you create a DVD from a Windows ISO file containing all Windows 7 editions.
The ei.cfg Removal Utility is a utility which disables the ei.cfg from Windows 7 ISO file, thus turning the ISO image to an universal disk containing all Windows 7 editions. ei.cfg Removal Utility can also reverse the procedure restoring the ISO file to its original state. The tool requires no installation since it is a portable app. The way it works it rather simple. No UI to play with. Just select the patch to the ISO file and that’s it!
If you want to download the tool, click here.
Tags: freeware, usb, utility, Windows 7
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