Win7GamesForWin8-Setup.exe __FULL__ ➞



. Run Setup.
After the setup is completed, you can install the games you’ve selected.



To anyone who might be running into the same or similar issue, I had the same problem. I found that the issue is caused by a corrupted windows 8.1 system partition. In my case, this happened after a failed clean install of 8.1. I solved this by booting from an 8.1 USB drive and doing a re-install using the remaining installation media.
To fix this you can run this command in an elevated command prompt:
bootrec.exe /fixmbr /f /scanos

You will be prompted for a restart which in my case would leave me with my previous 7 partition and the fresh 8.1 partition.

package com.blazing.knative.opentracing.context;

import com.blazing.knative.ext.containers.v1beta1.ImageTag;
import com.blazing.knative.opentracing.KnativeTags;
import com.github.tomakehurst.wiremock.common.ThreadSafeRunner;
import com.github.tomakehurst.wiremock.common.configuration.Request;
import com.github.tomakehurst.wiremock.core.Sender;
import org.junit.jupiter.api.Test;

import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.context.TracerContextTestUtils.CLI_CONTEXT;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.context.TracerContextTestUtils.OpenTracing;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.context.TracerContextTestUtils.retrieveFromService;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.context.TracerContextTestUtils.tracer;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.instrument.TracingConfig.builder;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.mocktracer.DefaultMockTracer;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentracing.mocktracer.FakeServer.create;
import static com.blazing.knative.opentr

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