Comments on An MS (!*) Tool for Building Installable Windows UFDs2013-05-13T06:09:17Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/vista-enterprise-desktop/an-ms-tool-for-building-installable-windows-ufds/feed/atom/By: EdtittelEdtittelhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/vista-enterprise-desktop/?p=615#comment-182009-11-03T23:25:09Z2009-11-03T23:25:09ZI’m going to try it with a Windows XP SP3 ISO later this week, as soon as I get some “spare time.”
]]>By: MdripsMdripshttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/vista-enterprise-desktop/?p=615#comment-172009-11-03T17:01:17Z2009-11-03T17:01:17ZThis worked great for installing Windows 7 Starter on a netbook. I went through the process despite having a DVD player that I could have used just to experience the installation process. It was just great! I guess it thrilled my inner geek. I now have Windows 7 on both this netbook and the Ultimate x64 version on my desktop. My only complaint is having to wait on HP to publish a Windows 7 printer driver.