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Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM En-US AUG 2018 {Gen2} .rar


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How to Download and Install Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar


Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar is a compressed file that contains a collection of 33 different editions of Windows 7, both 32-bit and 64-bit, that can be installed on a single computer using a dual-boot configuration. This file was created by Generation2, a group of Windows enthusiasts who regularly release updated versions of Windows with integrated drivers, updates, and features.


In this article, we will show you how to download and install Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar on your PC. Please note that this file is not an official release from Microsoft and may contain bugs or errors. Use it at your own risk and make sure to backup your data before proceeding.


Step 1: Download Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar


To download Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar, you can use one of the following links[^3^] [^2^] [^1^]:


Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM En-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar


Windows 7 & 10 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT OEM ESD 34in1 SEP 2018 Gen2


Windows 7 AIO OEM ESD en-US JAN 2023 Gen2


The file size is about 4 GB, so make sure you have enough space on your hard drive and a stable internet connection. The download may take some time depending on your speed.


Step 2: Extract Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar


After downloading Windows 7 SP1 X86 X64 DUAL-BOOT 33in1 OEM en-US AUG 2018 Gen2 .rar, you need to extract it using a software like WinRAR or 7-Zip. To do this, right-click on the file and choose "Extract here" or "Extract to" and select a destination folder. You should see two ISO files named WIN7X86.ENU.AUG2018.iso and WIN7X64.ENU.AUG2018.iso in the folder. These are the disk images that contain the Windows installation files.


Step 3: Create bootable USB or DVD


To install Windows from the ISO files, you need to create a bootable USB or DVD using a software like Rufus or PowerISO. To do this, follow these steps:


Insert a blank USB flash drive or DVD into your computer.


Download and run Rufus or PowerISO from their official websites.


Select the ISO file that corresponds to the edition of Windows you want to install (32-bit or 64-bit).


Select the USB or DVD as the destination device.


Click on "Start" or "Burn" to create the bootable media.


Wait until the process is completed and then eject the USB or DVD.


Step 4: Install Windows


To install


Step 4: Install Windows


To install Windows from the bootable USB or DVD, you need to restart your computer and boot from the media. To do this, you may need to change the boot order in your BIOS or UEFI settings, or use a boot menu key to select the device. The exact steps vary depending on your computer model and manufacturer, so refer to your manual or online documentation for details.


Once you boot from the USB or DVD, you will see the Windows Setup screen. Choose your language, time, currency, keyboard, and click "Next". Then click on "Install now" and accept the license agreement. On the next screen, choose the "Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)" option[^2^]. This will allow you to create a new partition for Windows.


On the "Where do you want to install Windows" screen, you will see a list of partitions on your hard drive. If you have a second hard drive with enough space, you can select it and click "New" to create a new partition for Windows. If you are using the same hard drive as your existing Windows system, you should see some unallocated space that you created earlier. Select it and click "New" to create a new partition for Windows. You can adjust the size of the partition if you want, but make sure it is large enough for Windows and your applications.


After creating the partition, select it and click "Next" to start installing Windows. The installation process will take some time and your computer will re