And where is that zip-file ?
On which O/S ?
Thanks for that exquisite sarcasm, very sexy. Indeed it's possible to scratch that file from 7 dvd or service pack 1
, or alternatively use conversion tool
to install boot screen, but at the same time it used to be so handy to have a small patch like bootres.zip
. Quite a few people would vote for it, as posted in the comments. Right now I'm making a local tutorial and I need that file.
Someone please kindly share bootres.zip. Thanks.
Thank you !
Glad you appriciated it...
But seriously, i didn´t mean to be sarcastic, but your post confused me.
First of all, i didn´t see the link to another page, as i was very tired
when i read it, so i thought "here" just meant this forum.
Links that are not "underlined" or "bold" is hard to see, especially when they are in the middle of a text.
If i had seen the link and looked at the linked page then of course it would have been obvious where to get the zip-file....
Since you didn´t say where to get the file from, i had to ask.
Anyway, next time you ask for a file then please also tell us where to find it....
That makes it much easier to help you.
We should not have to follow links to other pages and then have to read them, trying to find out exactly which file (and O/S) you mean.
I could very easily have helped you immediately, on the same day in january, if you had just told me where to get the file...
I have all "modern" O/S´s from Microsoft: XP, Vista, W7, W8, WS2008, WS2008-R2 & WS2010.
If you don´t have W7, you can get W7-Enterprise (90-day trial) from Microsoft for free, and then you can extract any file you want.
If you search for W7 Enterprise (90-day trial) on Micosoft´s webbsite, they will redirect you to the W8-trial.
But those links above still works, at least today, just checked myself...
And please note:
"Following the 90 day evaluation period, IT Pros who wish to continue to use Windows 7 Enterprise will be required to purchase and perform a clean installation of Windows 7, including drivers and applications.
Windows 7 Enterprise Edition 90-Day Trial is the final Released-to-Manufacturing (RTM) version of Windows 7 Enterprise Edition. This is the same software that is available to Volume Licensing (VL) through Software Assurance (SA) and is feature-complete.
Windows 7 Enterprise 90-Day Trial is available in English, Spanish, French, German, and Japanese in both 32 and 64 bit versions.
Activation of Windows 7 Enterprise 90-Day Trial is required within 10 days after installation, or the product will shut down every hour. Windows 7 Enterprise 90-Day Trial is valid for 90 days after installation. After expiration, your computer will shut down every hour.
If you wish to continue to use Windows 7 Enterprise please note that you will be required to purchase and perform a clean installation of Windows 7, including drivers and applications. Please keep this in mind; Windows 7 Enterprise is not available through retail channels."