Special Forums Hardware Boot Loaders Where to get windows 7 iso file of repair? Post 302809239 by ravisingh on Sunday 19th of May 2013 12:57:16 AM
After long I was able to download wndows 7 32 bit repair iso file (mine is 32 bit). I tried the below 2 methods but to no avail:

1) I used Unetbootin to prepare a bootable usb. I rebooted and did the reqd. BIOS and entered the usb to boot. But there only one menu was there named "default". And I was not able to proceed ahead. Even after clicking enter again and again i was still on the same screen.

2) Then I used Windows 7 usb/dvd download tool. I selected the iso file and pressed next. But message comes: Invalid iso file. Please see screen shot.

I downloaded the iso from the below link:
Create a Windows 7 System Repair Disc — MAXIMUMpcguides – Windows 7 tips, tricks, help, and how-to guides

I got the info. regarding the tool I used (windows 7 usb/dvd download tool) from :
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool - Home
(though this webpage mentions about the windows 7 iso file but somewhere I had read to use this tool and download windows 7 recovery file iso to be used in that tool)

I have spent quite a time to get my windows usb repair but yet couldn't succeed. Based on this I have other works pending, so request is one can resolve it.
Is there any way to check that the iso file of windows 7 recovery I downloaded is proper or not?
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FRAGISO(8)						      System Manager's Manual							FRAGISO(8)

fragiso - split rpm packages from an iso and reassemble the iso later on SYNOPSIS
fragiso make iso fiso fragiso list fiso fragiso fill [-m] fiso iso DESCRIPTION
fragiso can be used to convert an iso file into a fragment file, which is a list describing all of the rpms on the iso and a data chunk containing everything but the rpms. It is used by drpmsync when an iso needs to be transferred. The idea is that often the rpms on the iso are already available on the destination host, so it saves bandwidth to first transfer the fragmented iso, copy the locally available rpms, transfer the unavailable rpms and reassemble the iso file. fragiso make converts the iso into the fragment iso, fragiso list can be used to extract the rpm information. This information consists of the offset and length of all rpms and the lead/signature header md5sum plus the header/payload md5sum. To reassemble the iso one has to copy the rpms at the right offset into a new file and then use fragiso fill later on to provide all data not contained in the rpms. The -m option tells fragiso to print the resulting md5sum of the iso to stdout. It can be used for verification purposes. SEE ALSO
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