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Everything posted by vseven
Really appreciate these lists. I know they are aimed at home users but I use them for integration at work. The tags for "non-integrate" have been extremely helpful also. Saves over a hour per machine integrating these over waiting for windows updates.
I used RT seven lite and not only did I have a ton of issues with it there were left over EXE's that it ran on every startup that I still don't understand why they were there. Here is my real quick guide on making your own ISO (which I burn to a USB stick using Microsofts "Windows 7 USB DVD Download" tool) Setup 1. Install Microsoft Windows AIK + updates 2. Copy the contents of a Win7 SP1 DVD in a directory (I use c:\Win7SP1x64) 3. Create a blank directory for the mount (I use c:\Win7SP1x64Mount) 4. Copy WinPE drivers to a directory (I use c:\Win7x64-PE) 5. Copy regular device drivers to a directory (I use c:\Win7x64-Drivers) 6. Copy updates to a directory (I use c:\Win7x64-Updates) 7. Open up the Deployment Tools command prompt as a administrator 8. Navigate to c:\ 9. Mount the boot image (index 1 is PE): dism /mount-wim /wimfile:c:\Win7SP1x64\sources\boot.wim /index:1 /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount 10. Add PE drivers: dism /image:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /add-driver /driver:c:\Win7x64-PE /recurse 11. Unmount image and commit changes: dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /commit 12. Mount the install image (index 3 is pro): dism /mount-wim /wimfile:c:\Win7SP1x64\sources\install.wim /index:3 /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount 13. Add drivers: dism /image:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /add-driver /driver:c:\Win7x64-Drivers /recurse 14. Add updates: dism /image:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /add-package /packagepath:c:\Win7x64-Updates 15. Unmount image and commit changes: dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /commit 16. Create bootable ISO: oscdimg -bC:\Win7SP1x64\boot\etfsboot.com -u2 -h -m -lWin7SP1x64 c:\Win7SP1x64 c:\Win7SP1x64.iso Hopefully this comes in handy for someone. -Allan