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Hello guys,

i have a very mysterious problem

i have vlited my Build 7264 X64 and the part who you put in your Account name and Pc Name the Mouse and the Keyboard does not work :-(

During the installation mouse and tastatur works properly

Which Component brokes the keyboard and mouse support

Please help me

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@dead0

well ive manage to trim down my wim size to 860MB which is not bad.. but i wanted to remove more, i really wanted to make my wim down to 500MB that would be awesome... well this all the files that ive removed using Jeronimo cleanup batch and i added some files in powershell

REM Empty folders
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files\DVD Maker">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files\Windows Portable Devices">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files (x86)\Windows Portable Devices">nul

REM Internet Explorer
copy "%mount%\Program Files\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll" "%mount%\Windows\system32"
REM regsvr32 /s "%SystemRoot%\system32\ieproxy.dll"
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files\Internet Explorer">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer">nul

REM Remove Recovery & Backup
del /s /f /q "%mount%\Windows\System32\Recovery\*.*">nul
del /s /f /q "%mount%\Windows\Winsxs\Backup">nul

REM Windows Powershell
rd /s /q "%mount%\windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\windows\syswow64\WindowsPowerShell">nul

REM Wallpapers
move "%mount%\Windows\web\Wallpaper\Windows" "%mount%\Windows\web\Windows">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
move "%mount%\Windows\web\Windows" "%mount%\Windows\web\Wallpaper\Windows">nul

REM Power Shell
set part=powershell
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.iis.%part%*
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.iis.%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.iis.power*
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.iis.power*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.%part%*
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.powershel*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.powershel*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_microsoft.powershel*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_microsoft.powershel*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-p..ll*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-p..ll*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-g..shell*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-g..shell*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-gpowershell*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-gpowershell*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-p..shell*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-p..shell*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Media Center
set part=ehome
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Redundant drivers
REM ATi
set part=ati
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Fritz!
set part=avm
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Brother
set part=brmf
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Fax
set part=faxc
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM HP
set part=hp
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Intel Graphics
set part=ig
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Intel Wireless
set part=netw5
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Modem
set part=mdm
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Printing
set part=ntprint
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Nvidia
set part=nv
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Printers
set part=prn
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Scanners
set part=wia
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

im i missing something? i really wanted to remove more so.. if you have anything to add to it just post it here thx..

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@dead0

well ive manage to trim down my wim size to 860MB which is not bad.. but i wanted to remove more, i really wanted to make my wim down to 500MB that would be awesome... well this all the files that ive removed using Jeronimo cleanup batch and i added some files in powershell

REM Empty folders
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files\DVD Maker">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files\Windows Portable Devices">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files (x86)\Windows Portable Devices">nul

REM Internet Explorer
copy "%mount%\Program Files\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll" "%mount%\Windows\system32"
REM regsvr32 /s "%SystemRoot%\system32\ieproxy.dll"
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files\Internet Explorer">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer">nul

REM Remove Recovery & Backup
del /s /f /q "%mount%\Windows\System32\Recovery\*.*">nul
del /s /f /q "%mount%\Windows\Winsxs\Backup">nul

REM Windows Powershell
rd /s /q "%mount%\windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell">nul
rd /s /q "%mount%\windows\syswow64\WindowsPowerShell">nul

REM Wallpapers
move "%mount%\Windows\web\Wallpaper\Windows" "%mount%\Windows\web\Windows">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
move "%mount%\Windows\web\Windows" "%mount%\Windows\web\Wallpaper\Windows">nul

REM Power Shell
set part=powershell
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.iis.%part%*
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.iis.%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.iis.power*
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.iis.power*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.%part%*
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\msil_microsoft.powershel*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\msil_microsoft.powershel*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_microsoft.powershel*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_microsoft.powershel*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-p..ll*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-p..ll*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-g..shell*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-g..shell*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-gpowershell*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-gpowershell*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-p..shell*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-p..shell*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Media Center
set part=ehome
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%MS%-%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Redundant drivers
REM ATi
set part=ati
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Fritz!
set part=avm
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Brother
set part=brmf
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Fax
set part=faxc
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM HP
set part=hp
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Intel Graphics
set part=ig
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Intel Wireless
set part=netw5
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Modem
set part=mdm
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Printing
set part=ntprint
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Nvidia
set part=nv
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Printers
set part=prn
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

REM Scanners
set part=wia
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\inf\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\en-US\%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\winsxs\Manifests\%cb%_%part%*">nul
del /f /s /q "%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%">nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\system32\Driverstore\FileRepository\%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul
for /d %%i in (%mount%\Windows\winsxs\%cb%_%part%*) do rd /s /q %%i>nul

im i missing something? i really wanted to remove more so.. if you have anything to add to it just post it here thx..

those are the files that i remove! :D you've done well to reduce the x64 wim, usually x86 is much easier to shrink

ps did you keep ie8, media player, printer support & wlan support to get your wim to 860mb?

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actually im only using x86 OS... but i got still large wim size as i already deleted the drivers.

i keep the IE8 in packages ive tried to remove it once and my explorer gone havoc, as for media player, printer support & wlan support i havent delete that yet... what are the files names of IE8, Media Player, printer support & wlan support in winsxs. well im gonna add some more in jeronimo's clean up batch file..

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Could someone tell me why am I getting "Setup could not display the images available for installation" when using a slimmed Windows 7 setup? Sorry if this isn't the right place, but I searched everywhere.

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@dead0

actually im only using x86 OS... but i got still large wim size as i already deleted the drivers.

i keep the IE8 in packages ive tried to remove it once and my explorer gone havoc, as for media player, printer support & wlan support i havent delete that yet... what are the files names of IE8, Media Player, printer support & wlan support in winsxs. well im gonna add some more in jeronimo's clean up batch file..

For an x86 system, you don't have "Program Files (x86)" or "syswow64" folders, so you can remove those from your batch file.

Could someone tell me why am I getting "Setup could not display the images available for installation" when using a slimmed Windows 7 setup? Sorry if this isn't the right place, but I searched everywhere.

Did you vlite an Ultimate ISO into something less (Professional, Home, etc.)? I had a similar problem when I chose a rebuild a Professional image from an Ultimate setup.

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looks like with b7264 you'll need to keep the photopremium package if you still want to have photo/image viewer working otherwise keep paint as a picture viewer?

ps just trying a x86 install of wim size 404mb! :P

...install size 1.79gb :D

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looks like with b7264 you'll need to keep the photopremium package if you still want to have photo/image viewer working otherwise keep paint as a picture viewer?

ps just trying a x86 install of wim size 404mb! :P

...install size 1.79gb :D

could u make clg file with whereisit for this wim file :)?

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looks like with b7264 you'll need to keep the photopremium package if you still want to have photo/image viewer working otherwise keep paint as a picture viewer?

ps just trying a x86 install of wim size 404mb! :P

...install size 1.79gb :D

could u make clg file with whereisit for this wim file :)?

basically all i did was disable the netfx feature & then remove dotnet with vlite! it does cause some problems with event viewer not working & probably other programs. i tried installing dotnet2 but it wouldnt install? il probably keep dotnet but remove WCF with vlite on the next install...

ps i removed files manually similar to the files listed in post 332 above by gendo

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Upon attempt to remove certain packages with DISM, it would result in the WIM being damaged and I would have to unmount & discard. Any ideas on why this would be?

This occurred when attempting to remove the MobilePC packages, PhotoPremiumPackage, Shell-HomeGroup-Package, and some others.

did you apply the wim tweak first before trying to remove with dism?

Yes I applied the WIM tweak beforehand.

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Does anyone have a preset suitable for a HTPC? I'm working on a Win7 media build at the moment. Ideally it will use media centre and have networking abilities, but little else.

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I am having serious issues with using the install wim tweak on build 7264 (x64). It seems to corrupt the image or something. When I only run the tool and commit tge image, then the installation fails (roll-back). When I first install (exit at OOBE), create an image from it and run the tool, then the intall wim tweak fails on pending packages. Is there maybe a newer version of this tool or has anybody else encountered these issues?

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I am having serious issues with using the install wim tweak on build 7264 (x64). It seems to corrupt the image or something. When I only run the tool and commit tge image, then the installation fails (roll-back). When I first install (exit at OOBE), create an image from it and run the tool, then the intall wim tweak fails on pending packages. Is there maybe a newer version of this tool or has anybody else encountered these issues?

thats odd as i never had any problems with the wim tweak on b7264 x64? :unsure:

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