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Ahseyo 09-07-2012 01:48 AM

Windows 7 live usb in ubuntu issue
 
So, I'm trying to create a windows 7 live usb stick via ubuntu's UNetbootin. I'm using a pirated version of windows 7(lol fuck you licensing), and everythign goes fine using gparted and all that but the problem is when I boot from my usb live stick from my bios, I only get "deafult" not install or anything from the Unetbootin thingy.
Are the boot functions in unetbootin unfunctional with windows? :s or is it something else that is the issue? Some help would be greatly appericiated. Figured I'd try to sideload windows 7 with ubuntu again!

acid_kewpie 09-07-2012 02:34 AM

f* you licensing? No, I don't think so. We aren't going to help you do this.

jefro 09-07-2012 12:17 PM

Ahseyo, it would be a very poor example for young people if we were to teach this sort of thing. I and many others on this forum believe in honesty and following laws. Please delete that copy of your illegal windows 7. If you want to use a free legal OS then let us help you with Linux/BSD or another open OS.

colucix 09-07-2012 03:50 PM

Ahseyo, even if the question is about a free software (UNetbootin) and boot devices (USB stick) your (dis)honest admission cannot be tolerated here and the following LQ rule is applied.
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Posts containing information about cracking, piracy, warez, fraud or any topic that could be damaging to either LinuxQuestions.org or any third party will be immediately removed.
This means that every technical answer to your question will contravene this rule and will be immediately deleted. To prevent such a situation, I close this thread. If I were you, I'd follow the advice by jefro. Moreover, take in mind that being Linux enthusiasts like the majority of people here, doesn't mean we are entitled to break international laws and copyright! Nuff' said.


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