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agni

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  1. Thanks. I tested it and it works fine. Can you add a warning or error if the wofadk services is not running ?
  2. @JFX I see that you have updated WofCompress as well - http://jfx.cwcodes.net/ What are the new changes ? Were you able to fix the hardlinks and the exclusion list issues ?
  3. @JFX I tried your tool WofCompress. I got a corrupted winload.exe error when i tried booting from the compressed VHD. Maybe your program does not handle filters of type *winload.*. *winresume.* ? Also the uncompress option does not work. I wanted to uncompress and compress again by excluding winload.exe explicitly
  4. @JFX, A quick question, why doesn't WimBootCompress.ini include \Boot\* and \bootmgr ? Shouldn't they be skipped from compression ?
  5. Thanks JFX, I will try it out this weekend. Do you mind sharing the source of WofRecompress? Maybe you can commit the code on Github ?
  6. Thanks. Does this skip the files in Windows\System32\WimBootCompress.ini ?
  7. Is there a way to manually re-compact? One possible option is to capture the contents of the VHD to a wim and reapply with the compact option,but this is too much hassle. I am looking for a way manually re compact either a live OS or an offline OS ( mounted VHD ).
  8. Thanks. The wofadk is not a problem. I rechecked. After applying in compact mode, I am booting Windows 7 from a VHD ( native VHD boot). Do the new files added here get automatically compacted ? Which process is responsible for that and how does it know which compression algorithm to use ? Also how is that NTFS compression is still able reduce disk space used in-spite of using compact:LZX mode ?
  9. Is there any setting to disable this block ? I am trying to apply using compact:LZX mode and I know the space is sufficient on the VHD. For now I have worked around this limitation by creating a larger VHD and then later shrinking and resizing it. Additionally, when I use compact:LZX mode to install Windows 7 to a VHD, I need to manually install wofadk.sys and the necessary registry settings. Is there any option in WInNTSetup to install wofadk.sys after applying the wim image if the mode is Compact ?
  10. JFX, Thanks for this wonderful tool. Is there is a checkbox in the GUI for forceunsigned and testsigning ? ( I cant seem to find it ) Or is it only a command line option ? Any plans of making the code open source and maybe hosting it on github ? I would love to contribute to this project.
  11. Please update the guide with support for vista and 7,
  12. VMLite (a virtualization technology based on VirtualBox ) can run XP Mode in Windows even if your processor is not capable of Hardware Virtualization. Its a tweaked version of VirtualBox and can run XP Mode even in Windows Vista. The XP Mode in VMlite does not require activation.(You have to download XP Mode from Microsoft and install it with VMLite) You can download VMlite here http://www.vmlite.com/index.php/products/vmlite-xp-mode Download XP Mode from Microsoft here http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/2...PMode_en-us.exe Download How To Guide here http://www.vmlite.com/index.php/products/v...ode/howto-guide
  13. GUI disk management tool http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=13516 Add 64 bit boot.wim as boot64.wim and add an entry to bcd http://www.cluberti.com/blog/2009/08/12/ad...oyment-usb-key/ Also check this http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=7721
  14. Thanks. I found what I wanted. I will test it and post my feedback here.
  15. I want to avoid clicking on Load Driver(and load the driver from a secondary medium) in the Disk Partitioning part of the Vista Setup. The following Links contain the almost all the Mass Storage drivers. http://driverpacks.net/driverpacks/windows...ss-storage/9.01 http://forum.driverpacks.net/viewtopic.php?pid=32980 I want add one of these or both of these drivers to my Vista Setup's boot.wim This will make sure that the Vista Setup will detect and recognize any kind SATA/RAID hard disk during installation. Can anybody please help me?
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