Windows 7 Ultimate ISO

Don Burn’s website for Windows driver consulting is available at http://www.windrvr.com. A question was asked about building Boost in Windows from the modular boost git repository. The recipe used last year was different from the one used almost a year later. To build Boost, the following steps were taken:
1. Install MinGW (32-bits) and Msys (bash etc) using mingw-get-setup
2. Install the Windows Driver Kit (for W7 the wdk 7 — GRMWDK_EN_7600_1.ISO was used) which includes MASM 8 (required for boost > 1.51 according to this post)
– The ISO image was downloaded and files were extracted using WinRAR
– The DSF should be skipped as advised by the installer
3. Add the directories of ML64.exe and ML.exe to the path (both required)


Question:

I currently have Vista Premium installed on my computer, but I want to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate. The upgrade process involves working with an ISO file, which I haven’t done in years. However, I am having trouble finding a reliable ISO online that can ensure a smooth transition. I came across a forum post that suggested using wnzip20.0 or higher to open the file without any issues. Despite this information, I am still hesitant to proceed with the download of GRMWDK_EN_7600_1.ISO without confirmation that it won’t cause any problems.

Thanks for any advice

ErcwinslowJns





Solution:

The ISO file named GRMWDK_EN_7600_1 is specifically designed for the WDK. If you intend to upgrade your operating system using an ISO file, you will require an MSDN license.


Visit the Don Burn Windows website at http://www.windrvr.com by using the MSDT code
driver consult
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