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The batch is working for me with some minor modifications ...

don't forget to create all the dirs >>> Mount,LP, LPEXT and ISO before starting the batch to avoid problems with initialising dir variables.

note : run the batch called for me "Start.bat" from dir "7Work" with Administrator rights

iso building is working but you need to put the file "etfsboot.com" from DVD \Boot dir in root dir "c:\ 7Work"

Successfull 7137 french x86 and x64 integration with this batch file.

using WAIK version 7100

Warning you need to choice "5" for x86 and "4" for x64 at the begin.

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hi,

i tried to integrate german language to build 7229 x64, process was successfull but installation stops after expanding files to hdd with the error:

Offline localization failed .... (in german: Offline Gebietsschema ....)

i couldnt mount the install.wim with image index 4:

Mount Path:	D:\7Work\Mount
Image File: D:\7Work\DVD\sources\install.wim
Image Index: 4
Mounted R/W: 1

Opening WIM...please wait...

ERROR: Unable to mount image.
ERROR: ???

iso name: 7229.0.090604-1901_x64fre_client_en-us_OEM_Ultimate-GRMCULXFREO_EN_DVD.iso

any ideas??

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Ok, tool is done now =)

http://danielsteiner.net/blog.php/?page_id=84

you can now easily integrate languagepacks but you neet to run it on windows 7 and as admin

thanks for this very helpful tool :thumbup

i have successful integrate a german LP to build 7229. :rolleyes:

But after the integration i can´t use VLite to shrink the installation. VLite still crashes.

Any solution for the this?

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hi,

i tried to integrate german language to build 7229 x64, process was successfull but installation stops after expanding files to hdd with the error:

Offline localization failed .... (in german: Offline Gebietsschema ....)

i couldnt mount the install.wim with image index 4:

Mount Path:	D:\7Work\Mount
Image File: D:\7Work\DVD\sources\install.wim
Image Index: 4
Mounted R/W: 1

Opening WIM...please wait...

ERROR: Unable to mount image.
ERROR: ???

iso name: 7229.0.090604-1901_x64fre_client_en-us_OEM_Ultimate-GRMCULXFREO_EN_DVD.iso

any ideas??

Same problem...... cant load WIM file anymore, maybe because its still loaded.

But i cannot unmount the WIM either because it is not listed, and the files in the WIM are unerasable.....

Any Ideas everybody ?

Edit: Found the friggin Answer for my Problem ;-)

for anyone who might have the same Problem, just do the following:

1.start CMD in Admin-mode and put in

dism.exe /Cleanup-Wim

2.Maybe Restart....

3.Enjoy 8-)

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Hi everyone...

Inject

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Full Menu for this tools

Inject Language

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Ask index, Architecture and have download manager how convert patch from microsoft update (EXE) directly to (CAB)

All Language supported in Language menu.

Modify Install.wim and boot.wim

Get Processor Architecture to switch 32bits or 64bits tools

Inject Drivers Beta

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Browse for folder DRIVERS\

And seek for Inf file....

Get Processor Architecture to switch 32bits or 64bits tools

Create ISO

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Ask name of iso

Build iso from DVD Folder

Thanks for the info... Not still integrate, but working fine. After 2 day of coding, I'm already working on Inject Drivers, Inject RunOnce Install App and Create Boot USB/CF.

TESTED ON : UNITEK CF SATA reader

SANDISK CF Ultra II (15 MB/S) 8GB (already faster that USB/CD)

(But wait Pretec 666x result and lower price)

Windows 7 AIO build 7600 x86

SUPPOSED TO WORK ON 64 BITS - IF CODE WAS WELL

7Integ.zip

P.S. Inject.bat menu must be launch in CMD as administrator mode

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