Windows 10: Windows 10 Pro VL V.1607 Build 14393.447 not fitting in a DVD Solved

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  1.    02 Dec 2016 #21

    Thanks for mentioning. I have already experimented NTLite's way of slipstreaming. Resultant size of ISO was too big to fit in a DVD.

    I am not going to ask any more about this matter because I have been doubted repeatedly.
    Simply I will create a USB instead of DVD. perhaps that will stop doubts on a newly joined member on this forum.

    What a forum is this. instead of providing pointers towards solutions if any, people are here judged and doubted through their questions.

    I am creating USB right now so I can install required stuff (in my OP) on my machines as needed. I leave it to techies here to even think about my question and ask themselves is that possible. Instead of doubting others.

    thanks you this forum
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  2.    02 Dec 2016 #22

    With this being your only thread and only being a member of this forum for a few days, it would appear to be you who is judging us too quickly, @sunnyimran

    You are dealing with a lot of members here who have been using computers and helping others use computers for decades. I started with a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 1 in 1981 or 82. We've seen it all. And your posts mentioning Volume Licensing and an 8 in 1 ISO file that you "got from somewhere" contain the classic signs of someone who is, let's say, not on the completely up and level. All that the members of this forum here did was ask you a couple questions to determine if your situation was legit, or if you were attempting to solicit advice from us on how to pirate Windows 10, which we are prohibited by the forum rules (and our own personal ethics) from providing.

    You might find more "acceptance" in some of the other Windows forums which don't subscribed to such values simply because they won't care if a new poster is attempting to pirate Windows 10 or not and won't ask questions to attempt to determine if a stranger is or not.
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  3.    02 Dec 2016 #23

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    With this being your only thread and only being a member of this forum for a few days, it would appear to be you who is judging us too quickly, @sunnyimran

    You are dealing with a lot of members here who have been using computers and helping others use computers for decades. I started with a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 1 in 1981 or 82. We've seen it all. And your posts mentioning Volume Licensing and an 8 in 1 ISO file that you "got from somewhere" contain the classic signs of someone who is, let's say, not on the completely up and level. All that the members of this forum here did was ask you a couple questions to determine if your situation was legit, or if you were attempting to solicit advice from us on how to pirate Windows 10, which we are prohibited by the forum rules (and our own personal ethics) from providing.

    You might find more "acceptance" in some of the other Windows forums which don't subscribed to such values simply because they won't care if a new poster is attempting to pirate Windows 10 or not and won't ask questions to attempt to determine if a stranger is or not.
    again your doubts makes me feel bad. just by posting one question you can't judge that someone with pirate intentions. real bad feeling for a fair guy. I started my computing from IBM XT machines, Atari 65XE, Commodore 64 (last two still resting with me in working order although I haven't checked them since long) and others of those era. And these are not the brand names I memorized from internet. I experienced those machines with my own hands when internet was not so common.

    I am not judging here anybody. and no one asked questions here except your doubts. First forum in my whole life I am on a forum where people being judged by their problems instead of giving solutions.

    any ways thanks everybody for co-operation
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  4.    02 Dec 2016 #24

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    With this being your only thread and only being a member of this forum for a few days, it would appear to be you who is judging us too quickly, @sunnyimran

    And your posts mentioning Volume Licensing and an 8 in 1 ISO file that you "got from somewhere" contain the classic signs of someone who is, let's say, not on the completely up and level.
    Does '8 in 1' tell you about its ingenuity ? can multiple editions of Windows not be merged in a single Install.wim file ????

    What about this: How to Get All the Windows 8 Editions on One Install Disk
    If you like to continue your doubts, you can doubt the author of above article as well !! He may have got the idea from 'somewhere' to do 'something' you don't feel genuine and legitimate.

    Anyways thanks for all the help. my USB is ready and I am applying updates manually now. How strange it is to move a technical problem of someone to other aspects so he gets two tasks. justify himself in front of others and find solution to his problem.
    Last edited by sunnyimran; 02 Dec 2016 at 09:55. Reason: adding more info
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