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Official Windows 7 ISOs
Windows 7 Downloads are still available.
Download the appropriate Windows 7 .ISO file which includes Service Pack 1
(Note: must match what your product key version is for)

Windows 7 Home Premium ...
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january 2014 by parky
How to Create an OS X Mavericks USB Installation Drive
How to Create an OS X Mavericks USB Installation Drive via Read it Later on October 23, 2013 at 03:33PM
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october 2013 by sebastianf
What is DiskMaker X ?
What is LDM ? via Read it Later on October 22, 2013 at 02:05PM
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october 2013 by sebastianf
Proudlove - Bl - How to fix - Restore Failure - Could not restore - resource busy
When I was trying to burn a bootable Lion USB, one of the problems that I was having was that I was getting the following message all the time;

Restore Failure

Could not restore - resource busy.

This was despite following the steps as outlined in the various articles on Macworld, Cult of Mac and so on. One of the things that I initially thought, was that there was something in Lion preventing me from doing this, as I was trying to create the image in Lion (I had already copied the installer to a backup drive and installed Lion first) but I realised that was nonsense.

After a bit of thinking though, the solution came to me, the problem was due to the fact that the USB disk that I wanted to restore the disk to was mounted in finder. The solution therefore was in Disk Utility, to click on the partition beneath the disk and select unmount. Note it's important to unmount just the partition and not the disk. You can see an example in the screenshot below, The 16GB Kingston DataTraveler is the device/disk and beneath it, is the Mac OS X Installer partition that was created on it. By unmounting this partition, you enable Disk Utility to restore the Lion Image to the device.
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november 2011 by lll8lll8lll8lll
How to create a bootable Mac OS X Lion USB installer from App Store download - Blog - BlogChampion.com - The Technology Blog of Richard Austin
With this disc you can boot any Lion compatible Mac, and install 10.7 just like you installed previous version of Mac OS X. You can even use Disk Utility's Restore function to image your Lion boot disc image onto a external drive suitable for performing a clean install on a optical-drive-less MacBook Air, or Mac mini server. Clean installs with Lion are easy once you find where Apple has hidden the boot disk.
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june 2011 by lll8lll8lll8lll
How to burn a Lion boot disc
Mac OS X Lion will debut in July, and this handy set of instructions from Egg Freckles will let you create a boot disc for installation. OS X Lion will be distributed via the Mac App Store, and you can download the installer files to your hard drive. Once you have the installer files, follow these steps to create your very own boot disc:


Use Finder to locate the Mac OS X Lion installer, right-click and select "Show Package Contents."

Find the SharedSupport folder and look for a file named "InstallESD.dmg." This is the Lion Boot Disc image.

Copy the "InstallESD.dmg" file to another folder, such as your desktop.

Launch Disk Utility and click the burn button.

Select the "InstallESD.dmg" copy as the image to burn, insert a DVD, and in a few minutes, you will have a brand new Lion Boot Disc.

These instructions won't do much for everyone right now since OS X Lion is still in the hands of the developers. Bookmark, Evernote or Instapaper this post for future use. You'll be glad you did when Lion rolls out next month.
How to burn a Lion boot disc originally appeared on TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 07 Jun 2011 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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june 2011 by pewtertankard
How to burn a Lion boot disc
Mac OS X Lion will debut in July, and this handy set of instructions from Egg Freckles will let you create a boot disc for installation. OS X Lion will be distributed via the Mac App Store, and you can download the installer files to your hard drive. Once you have the installer files, follow these steps to create your very own boot disc:


Use Finder to locate the Mac OS X Lion installer, right-click and select "Show Package Contents."

Find the SharedSupport folder and look for a file named "InstallESD.dmg." This is the Lion Boot Disc image.

Copy the "InstallESD.dmg" file to another folder, such as your desktop.

Launch Disk Utility and click the burn button.

Select the "InstallESD.dmg" copy as the image to burn, insert a DVD, and in a few minutes, you will have a brand new Lion Boot Disc.

These instructions won't do much for everyone right now since OS X Lion is still in the hands of the developers. Bookmark, Evernote or Instapaper this post for future use. You'll be glad you did when Lion rolls out next month.
How to burn a Lion boot disc originally appeared on TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 07 Jun 2011 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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june 2011 by HalSF
How to burn a Lion boot disc
Mac OS X Lion will debut in July, and this handy set of instructions from Egg Freckles will let you create a boot disc for installation. OS X Lion will be distributed via the Mac App Store, and you can download the installer files to your hard drive. Once you have the installer files, follow these steps to create your very own boot disc:


Use Finder to locate the Mac OS X Lion installer, right-click and select "Show Package Contents."

Find the SharedSupport folder and look for a file named "InstallESD.dmg." This is the Lion Boot Disc image.

Copy the "InstallESD.dmg" file to another folder, such as your desktop.

Launch Disk Utility and click the burn button.

Select the "InstallESD.dmg" copy as the image to burn, insert a DVD, and in a few minutes, you will have a brand new Lion Boot Disc.

These instructions won't do much for everyone right now since OS X Lion is still in the hands of the developers. Bookmark, Evernote or Instapaper this post for future use. You'll be glad you did when Lion rolls out next month.
How to burn a Lion boot disc originally appeared on TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 07 Jun 2011 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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june 2011 by taglia
How to burn a Lion boot disc
Mac OS X Lion will debut in July, and this handy set of instructions from Egg Freckles will let you create a boot disc for installation. OS X Lion will be distributed via the Mac App Store, and you can download the installer files to your hard drive. Once you have the installer files, follow these steps to create your very own boot disc:


Use Finder to locate the Mac OS X Lion installer, right-click and select "Show Package Contents."

Find the SharedSupport folder and look for a file named "InstallESD.dmg." This is the Lion Boot Disc image.

Copy the "InstallESD.dmg" file to another folder, such as your desktop.

Launch Disk Utility and click the burn button.

Select the "InstallESD.dmg" copy as the image to burn, insert a DVD, and in a few minutes, you will have a brand new Lion Boot Disc.

These instructions won't do much for everyone right now since OS X Lion is still in the hands of the developers. Bookmark, Evernote or Instapaper this post for future use. You'll be glad you did when Lion rolls out next month.
How to burn a Lion boot disc originally appeared on TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 07 Jun 2011 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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june 2011 by dragoncalledk
How to burn a Lion boot disc
Mac OS X Lion will debut in July, and this handy set of instructions from Egg Freckles will let you create a boot disc for installation. OS X Lion will be distributed via the Mac App Store, and you can download the installer files to your hard drive. Once you have the installer files, follow these steps to create your very own boot disc:


Use Finder to locate the Mac OS X Lion installer, right-click and select "Show Package Contents."

Find the SharedSupport folder and look for a file named "InstallESD.dmg." This is the Lion Boot Disc image.

Copy the "InstallESD.dmg" file to another folder, such as your desktop.

Launch Disk Utility and click the burn button.

Select the "InstallESD.dmg" copy as the image to burn, insert a DVD, and in a few minutes, you will have a brand new Lion Boot Disc.

These instructions won't do much for everyone right now since OS X Lion is still in the hands of the developers. Bookmark, Evernote or Instapaper this post for future use. You'll be glad you did when Lion rolls out next month.
How to burn a Lion boot disc originally appeared on TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 07 Jun 2011 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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june 2011 by cardinale

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