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  • Author: avelin
  • Date: 7-02-2016, 21:21
7-02-2016, 21:21

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SysPrepped Bootcamp

Category: Software / Software PC

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SysPrepped Bootcamp

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SysPrepped Bootcamp | 5.91 GB

Install Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on any Mac directly from Mac OS X.
No need for external installation (DVD, Pendrive, etc).
Dumps the whole updated system in minutes.
This system was installed from USB on a Macmini6,2 (Late 2012),
running Yosemite and was extracted using Winclone Pro 4.4.
Installed all Windows Updates including IE11 and .Net packages.
Skipped some troublesome updates.
Never activated the install so I am not sure if one of the 3 rearms
was used by sysprep.

The system is in English, but the Ultimate version has the option of
installing 34 additional Language Packs that change the whole system

Language Packs Available on Windows Update:

01 Arabic
02 Bulgarian
03 Chinese (Simplified)
04 Chinese (Traditional)
05 Croatian
06 Czech
07 Danish
08 Dutch
09 Estonian
10 Finnish
11 French
12 German
13 Greek
14 Hebrew
15 Hungarian
16 Italian
17 Japanese
18 Korean
19 Latvian
20 Lithuanian
21 Norwegian
22 Polish
23 Portuguese (Brazil)
24 Portuguese (Portugal)
25 Romanian
26 Russian
27 Serbian (Latin)
28 Slovak
29 Slovenian
30 Spanish
31 Swedish
32 Thai
33 Turkish
34 Ukrainian


- Minimum disk size: 65GB
Was the size of the sysprepped system's disk.
- Memory cache files removed by WinClone when creating the image.
- You must activate your windows after you install.
You can use your key if you have one or try DAZ (Windows Loader).
- After you create your user and finish the setup, you can delete
the user "User" which was used to install the system, update and
run sysprep.
- You can find the bootcamp installation pack for your Mac here:
Or you can use the Bootcamp assistant to downloaded the Drivers
on a FAT32 formatted USB drive.
- It is recommended that you let the scheduled chkdsk command to run
at first boot. A system reboot will follow.

Software Installed:

* Windows Updates until the 16th of January, 2016
Skipped WAT (KB971033)
Skipped Win10 related (KB3035583) and (KB3021917)
Skipped Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
* Nothing Else Installed
(not even Bootcamp)
** My network card was installed to Update Windows, but then removed
before running sysprep.

Install Instructions:

(01) Download Bootcamp Drivers from Apple or using Bootcamp Assistant and
put it somewhere readable on Windows (eg. a FAT32 Pendrive).
Find your model here to download:
If your model is not officially supported on Windows7 you will need
to download the drivers manually from each hardware vendor. You
can do this after you install Windows. You will need some Apple
drivers anyways though. You will find those in the Drivers/Apple
(02) Create your bootcamp partition using disk utility or the bootcamp
Be careful not to do anything stupid when dealing with disk
partitions on disk utility. It is OK to resize a Mac partition if
you have enough free space in it. Then you should just format the new
partition as FAT32.
The Bootcamp Assistant will ask for a Windows DVD to create the
partition, if you have Toast you can use Services > Mount it! to make
it think a disk was inserted. A Pendrive installation would also work.
The Bootcamp Assistant will also try to boot on the designated disk
and fail. Just hold the ALT key on boot and choose the MacOS X disk
to come back.
(03) Install & Crack & Run Winclone Pro
- Extract Winclone Pro.app from Winclone Pro 4.4 (4589).zip and move
it to your Applications folder.
- Extract Winclone Pro 4.x [SP].app from Winclone Pro 4.x [SP].zip and
open it.
- Drag/Drop your /Applications/Winclone Pro.app bundle into
Winclone Pro 4.x [SP].app to patch Winclone.
- After Patching you can run Winclone.
(04) Restore image to Bootcamp partition:
- Drag Drop the Windows 7 Winclone image bundle to winclone sources.
- Select the image bundle on the left panel of Winclone (Sources).
- Select the Bootcamp partition on the right (destination) and
click restore.
- If the installer asks about adding a generic BCD, you can confirm
it. Not adding it may also work, but is not recommended.
- In a few minutes Windows will be installed...
(05) Reboot into Windows using Preferences/Startup Disk
It is better to unplug anything not needed (like external drives)
before rebooting into Windows the first time.
If you use TuxeraNTFS or any other third party NTFS driver, the
bootcamp partition will not show up at the Startup Disk menu unless
you disable the third party driver and reboot (or unmount/mount
the partition).
You may hold ALT during boot to choose Windows, but you will have to
do it a few times during setup, since it will require a few reboots.
(06) Wait for chkdsk to complete on First Boot.
(07) Complete OOBE Setup and get to Windows Desktop.
You may Skip the registration if don't have a cdkey.
(0 Remove the user "User" from Windows (came preinstalled).
This is an admin user with no password, so I recommend you
remove it. This can be done at the Control Panel.
(09) Install your bootcamp Drivers from step 1.
(10) Activate Windows.
I have not tested, but you should be able to use your own keys.
DAZ (Windows Loader 2) was tested to work.
KMS does NOT work.
Enjoy your MacWindowzing!
WinClone is really Awesome!
You should consider buying it!
You can keep images of your running systems as well

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SysPrepped Bootcamp

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