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All, First post here - looking for some direction. I have used the search function but I am looking for a clear, definitive answer. There are so many options available now for unattended and slipstream installs. I had a couple of questions: 1. Can somebody please explain the difference between them all - perhaps give them a ranking? 2. I need a solution that will allow me to: a. Remove unwanted components to shrink the size of Win7 install (small drives in use) b. Include the drivers for latest device (memory, graphics, wifi) and auto install them c. Include software packages - Office, VLC, Adobe, Chrome - and install using "silent" switches I will then place the finished installation onto a USB stick. My intent is to make the above modifications to a Win7 64 Ultimate installation. This will allow me to install everything from a USB, complete with drivers and the software I regularly use (with a silent install). nLIte did not work when I tried this previously. Any help and advice appreciated - you are the most current and up to date developers/users.
Nuhi suggested that any further discussion of the new tool should take place here on the vLite forums, for now, so here goes. I have a suggestion for the name of the new tool. nLite was such a success, I think the new tool should retain the nLite name in some form. My suggestion is nLiteX, pronounced En Light Ex. It keeps the familiarity with nLite, avoids the problem of adding 7, 8, or numbers beyond that to the name. It also implies a new, expanded nLite with new capabilities, and ensures that the tool won't need to be renamed for future versions of Windows.