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morocco31477

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    Windows 7 x64
  1. I'm using Win Toolkit 1.4.37.20, I created two Windows 7 images, one x86 and one x64. I'm trying to merge the two images with the All-In-One Disk Creator, I'm choosing the two different install.wim files which are located: \desktop\merge\x64\sources\install.wim \desktop\merge\x86\sources\install.wim I see the two images, I press "Create", it does it's thing, then on the next screen I choose "Make ISO" and have the ISO image created. When I go to install I only see the x86 version. What am I doing wrong?
  2. I found a website called driverpacks.net, which include all the drivers in a single 7z archive. There are many more drivers in these packs than the one I made, so I'm in the process of building an image to try these out.
  3. I built two custom Windows 8.1 images (x86 + x64) with Win Toolkit. When I go to install .NET Framework 3.1 I get the error: "the component store has been corrupted". Below are the options I chose. Would me enabling the tweak "Enable Legacy .NET Framework" have anything to do with this? *AIO#Components Australia Local PackCanada Local PackDVD MakerGreat Britain Local PackMicrosoft XPS Document WriterMusic and Video Examples (Ringtones)New Zealand Local PackXPS Viewer #ServicesRemote Registry::DisabledWindows Error Reporting::Disabled #TweaksAdd 'Unpack' to *.msi context menuAdd 'Register' and
  4. My guess was that you had two different iso's and the x64 was volume media and the x86 was not. Not a problem, simple fix. FYI'd use the GVLK for installing/testing so that you don't waste your real activations until you are ready. Add it to your autounattend.xml http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj612867.aspx The GVLK solution is precisely what I needed, as I often fix client's PCs and they have their own keys. Thank you for the direction.
  5. ok thank you. Do you know why the x64 version did not ask or a key?
  6. I have two Windows 8.1 Enterprise images, x86 and x64. I created custom images (integrated updates, tweaks, etc) for both. I used the same options for the Autounattend.xml, both which I did not check anything for the product key. I tested both images, x64 works fine, and gets to the screen showing your hard drives. The x86 is asking for a product key. I don't understand why if x64 didn't need one. I'm new to Windows 8 installations by the way, but not any previous versions of Windows.
  7. I made two custom Windows 7 installations recently, x64 and x86. At the end of the process I told RT 7 Lite to make an ISO, but it never made it, so I just kept the install files, put them on a USB flash drive and it worked. I want to be able to make a bootable DVD disk for older systems that cannot boot from USB media. I tried taking all the files, using MagicISO to make an iso file, but it doesn't boot. Does anyone know how I can make a bootable DVD?
  8. OK so I just made a Windows bootable installation that I've been wanting. Tweaked, all Windows updates until Nov 2013, USB 3.0 and ethernet drivers. I downloaded all the USB 3.0 drivers from all the controller manufacturers and integrated them into boot.wim: ASMedia_Compal_Win7_64_Z104220 Etron EJ198USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver Fresco Logic xHCI USB3.0-3.5.36 Intel®_USB_3.0_eXtensible_Host_Controller_Driver Renesas USB3.0 Host Controller Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.3_WHQL VIA_XHCI_Driver_V4.30A_AP Also added these ethernet drivers into install.wim: Broadcom Ethernet Controller - win_
  9. MagicAndre1981 thank you very much, that worked. Now the drivers in the link I provided DID NOT work, so what I did was integrate the USB 3.0 drivers for my specific motherboard, and that worked. So what I really need now is maybe a list of all the main USB 3.0 drivers for every motherboard's controller, so that regardless what system I install Windows on, it will have it's USB 3.0 drivers. If someone can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.
  10. I'm using RT 7 Lite to tweak/remove/add/slipstream my USB Windows 7 x64 installation. I have searched and read to download THESE USB 3.0 drivers. I have integrated all of these drivers into my installation but it does not work. Does anyone know how to properly do this?
  11. How can I delete this shortcut in the Computer folder:
  12. The power supply was on sale on Newegg, but it's a $20 mail-in rebate. So I paid $39 for it, have to wait to get the rebate. As far as emulation, I meant video game emulation
  13. OK so I decided to build a new PC. Currently I have: Asus M3A78-EM Motherboard (ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics) AMD Phenom II X4 920 (2.8GHz) 4GB DDR2 Western Digital WD Blue WD1600AAJS 160GB 7200 RPM 8MB Cache SATA as boot drive I ordered: $40 (Newegg) - Rosewill LINE-M Micro-ATX Mini Tower Computer Case, Dual USB 3.0, come with Dual Fans, Support up to 4 Fans, 12.5" card $19 (Newegg) - CORSAIR Builder Series CX430 430W ATX12V v2.3 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply $95 (Amazon) - MSI Z77MA-G45 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard with UEFI BIOS $1
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