How to Install Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64 on Your Device
Windows Embedded Standard 7 is a componentized version of Windows 7 that allows developers to create customized devices for various scenarios. It delivers the power, familiarity, and reliability of the Windows 7 operating system in a modular form. Windows Embedded Standard 7 reached end of support on October 13, 2020, but you can still install it on your device if you have a valid serial key and a copy of the installation media.
In this article, we will show you how to install Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64 on your device using the KOPiE release. This release contains an image builder wizard (IBW) that lets you select the components and features you want to include in your device image. You will also need a serial key keygen tool to generate a valid product key for activation.
Step 1: Download the Installation Media
The first step is to download the installation media from the official Microsoft website. You can find the download link here[^1^]. You will need to download all the parts of the Standard 7 SP1 64bit IBW file, which are split into seven parts. The total size of the file is about 3 GB.
Once you have downloaded all the parts, you need to extract them using a tool like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You should get a single ISO file named en_windows_embedded_standard_7_sp1_runtime_x64_dvd_651894.iso. This is the file you will use to install Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64 on your device.
Step 2: Burn the ISO File to a DVD or USB Drive
The next step is to burn the ISO file to a DVD or USB drive that you can use to boot your device. You can use any tool that supports burning ISO files, such as Rufus or ImgBurn. Make sure you select the correct drive letter and format option for your DVD or USB drive.
If you are using a DVD, you can simply insert it into your device's optical drive and restart your device. If you are using a USB drive, you may need to change the boot order in your device's BIOS settings to make it boot from the USB drive first.
Step 3: Run the Image Builder Wizard
Once you have booted your device from the DVD or USB drive, you will see a welcome screen for the Image Builder Wizard. This wizard will guide you through the process of creating and installing a customized image of Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64 on your device.
You will need to accept the license terms, select your language and keyboard layout, choose your destination drive, and select the components and features you want to include in your image. You can also customize various settings such as network configuration, firewall rules, user accounts, and power options.
The wizard will then create and apply your image to your device. This may take some time depending on your device's specifications and the size of your image. When the wizard is done, it will prompt you to restart your device.
Step 4: Activate Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64
The final step is to activate Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64 using a valid serial key. You can use the KOPiE serial key keygen tool to generate a serial key for your device. You can find the download link for this tool here[^2^]. You will need to extract it using a tool like WinRAR or 7-Zip.
Once you have extracted it, you need to run it as administrator and click on Generate Key button. You should get a serial key that looks something like this: XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX. Copy this serial key and paste it into the activation window on your device. You can access this window by clicking on Start > Control Panel > System and Security > System > Activate Windows.
If you have entered a valid serial key, you should see a message that says Activation was successful. Congratulations! You have successfully installed and activated Windows Embedded Standard 7 Runtime x64 on your device. aa16f39245