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I have a existing DVD (happens to be Windows 7), and I would like to copy it to another DVD. Before doing so, I would like to slightly modify the content by deleting a single file. I can either use Linux or Windows.

How can I do this?

Reference Fresh Windows 7 install without Windows DVD for why I wish to do this.

Thank you

marked as duplicate by Tog, Heptite, Kevin Panko, warren, Scott Apr 3 '14 at 21:42

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  • possible duplicate of How I do to modify the contents of a ISO file? How do I edit bootable ISO files in Windows? Try checking if those solutions work. – Canha Apr 1 '14 at 12:23
  • @Canha. The recommended answer will not work as the iso is too large. – user1032531 Apr 1 '14 at 12:26
  • Please check the other answers on both questions as they will probably solve the problem, you might have to do some trial and error :) – Canha Apr 1 '14 at 12:28
  • You might want to offer a bounty on the other question if you want more/better answers. superuser.com/help/bounty – Kevin Panko Apr 3 '14 at 0:28
  • code.kliu.org/misc/winisoutils/ This has the necessary utility to convert the cdrom into an 'all-in-one' style. It does not add the key or anything, just removes the automatic selection of a particular version. – wendy.krieger Dec 15 '14 at 11:32

Make an image (with magiciso or any other program) of the DVD. Open it up with any archiver, delete that file. And burn that image to another DVD.

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