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  1. Joined : Apr 2015
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    W10Prox64
       16 May 2016 #21

    joodyanne said: View Post
    Sure - it is entitled Win10_1511_1Englishx64 and seems to be a disc image file ( I may have mentioned this before)

    I tried to attach it but as its 4310.660kbs, it wont load. When I click on it tho, this screen comes up
    Okay, so that sounds like an ISO file to me.
    Now, you installed 7-Zip right?
    Go to Start>all programs and open 7-Zip.
    Navigate to the Desktop folder, open it in 7-Zip and find the ISO file.
    Right-click it, and select 7-Zip>Extract Here.
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  2.    16 May 2016 #22

    You have 7-zip installed, you can just right click on the ISO and select extract here,

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  3. Joined : Apr 2015
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    W10Prox64
       16 May 2016 #23

    Here are screenshots to extract the ISO (from the video) :

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  4.    16 May 2016 #24

    Why wouldn't you just right click on the ISO and use the 7-zip context menu option?
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  5. Joined : Apr 2015
    Posts : 9,178
    W10Prox64
       16 May 2016 #25

    derekimo said: View Post
    Why wouldn't you just right click on the ISO and use the 7-zip context menu option?
    I don't have a W7 machine handy to know that exists. You could do that. I was just having the OP follow the video.
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  6.    16 May 2016 #26

    simrick said: View Post
    I don't have a W7 machine handy to know that exists. You could do that. I was just having the OP follow the video.
    It has nothing to do with what OS you are on, 7-zip when installed at it's defaults will put the context menu entries there.

    I just thought it would be less steps, wasn't sure if you had a reason not to is why I asked.
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  7. Joined : Apr 2015
    Posts : 9,178
    W10Prox64
       16 May 2016 #27

    derekimo said: View Post
    It has nothing to do with what OS you are on, 7-zip when installed at it's defaults will put the context menu entries there.

    I just thought it would be less steps, wasn't sure if you had a reason not to is why I asked.
    You're absolutely right. I skipped W7 and went from XP directly to W8, then W10, which always had integral zip capabilities, so I never really used 7-Zip, except to make that video, and following Brink's 7F tutorial, I just assumed that's how you do it.
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  8.    16 May 2016 #28

    simrick said: View Post
    You're absolutely right. I skipped W7 and went from XP directly to W8, then W10, which always had integral zip capabilities, so I never really used 7-Zip, except to make that video, and following Brink's 7F tutorial, I just assumed that's how you do it.
    No problem, we're all looking for the same outcome.
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  9. Joined : May 2016
    Posts : 24
    windows 7
       16 May 2016 #29

    derekimo said: View Post
    No problem, we're all looking for the same outcome.
    Got to setup and a message came up - The file 'autorun.dll' could not be loaded or is corrupt. Setup cannot continue. Errr code is (0x7E)
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  10. Joined : Apr 2015
    Posts : 9,178
    W10Prox64
       16 May 2016 #30

    joodyanne said: View Post
    Got to setup and a message came up - The file 'autorun.dll' could not be loaded or is corrupt. Setup cannot continue. Errr code is (0x7E)
    Okay, so you've got the files from the ISO extracted to your desktop, and you see the setup.exe file, correct?
    You should be able to double-click setup.exe and the upgrade will begin. There is no "auto run" involved in this step, so I don't understand where that error came from.

    Edit: Did you run the System File Checker (sfc /scannow) to make sure your Windows 7 system files are intact, as suggested in the tutorial?

    A chkdsk on your hard drive may be in order.

    1. Click Start
    2. Type: CMD, from the results, right-click CMD
    3. Select Run as Administrator
    4. At the Command Prompt, type: chkdsk /r

    (Notice the space between the k and /)

    When you restart your system, your hard drive will be scanned for errors and attempts will be made to correct them.

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