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RT Seven Lite - RC build 1.7.0 and Beta build 2.6.0

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or you could wait for next version. bensam said he will fix it for next release :whistle:

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If you have integrated SP1 with RT7 Lite, but want to clean the SP backup files before installing the image, I've prepared this guide for the DISMally challenged:

This works whether you have only integrated SP1 with RT7 lite and exited the program before customizing, or after you've integrated and fully customized your image.

This assumes that your freshly integrated image already resides in a folder. If you have already modified the new SP1 image with RT7 lite, deleted the folder, and made an .ISO, you can extract the .ISO into a folder. For the sake of simplicity, I suggest you rename that folder to what I've used in the DISM command lines later on in this tutorial;

Rename your RT7 image folder "W7SP1." Let's make another folder called "W7temp."

Reboot, and after your BIOS posts, hit the F8 key and choose "Repair Your Computer." You'll have to be quick on the draw here; your window of opportunity is pretty slim to hit F8. Once the the recovery console has loaded, select the command prompt option from the list of recovery tools.

Now let's mount the image. If you've used RT7 Lite to integrate, no matter what version of Windows you chose, (Home, Ultimate, etc.) the index number will be 1, as shown below. It's hard telling what drive letter you'll need to use in the command lines...my image files resided in my "D" drive, but in the recovery console, it became the "F" drive. I just hunted around by guessing the drive letter and typing E:\DIR and F:\DIR etc., until I found the correct drive. Type the following, assuming that your RT7 image resides in E:\W7SP1.

DISM /Mount-Wim /WimFile:E:\W7SP1\sources\install.wim /index:1 /MountDir:E:\W7temp

Once the image has successfully mounted, we'll clean up the SP1 backup files:

DISM /image:E:\W7temp /cleanup-Image /spsuperseded

DISM may report that there might not be enough disk space for the "scratch file" to perform the operation, but I found it safe to ignore this.

After DISM reports that the backup files have been successfully cleaned up, you can unmount and commit the changes to your original RT7 Lite image:

DISM/Unmount-Wim /MountDir:E:\W7temp /commit

After the operation is complete, you may reboot. Voila!

Now when you want to install the image, fire up RT7 Lite and point it to the newly cleaned folder and select no options except for the "ISO Bootable." Once the image is loaded, make a bootable image as per usual and burn to your medium of choice.

May I suggest that you print these instructions before rebooting, so that once you're in the recovery console, you can refer to the command lines. Good Luck!

I don't know why but simply doesn't work here. I try in both x86 an x64 and doesn't work.

Already try integrate with RT7Lite, Se7en_UA and direct with DISM and never work. Anyone alredy try to do that in another language or only in english? My version is PT-BR.

Edited by Sydnelson

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Hello, thanks for this good job i've tested RT7 on a Win7 x86 EN and besides some small problems it was a success, but when i got my language version Win x86 PT-BR Enterprise i couldn't make it work in 1.7.0 and neither in 2.6.0. If you could fix this a would appreciate 'cause win7 using PT-BR language pack goes far slow in here.

Thanks

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Is it possible to slipstream the beta SP1 of Windows 7 into the x64 and x86 in 1 wim file?

I tryed so but i will give me an error after slipstreaming the x64 after i inserted the x86 first...

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I did intergate the custom both archtecture disk I made...

I even did it in different steps. 32 then a 64 (Testing) then the other versions.

How was your aio made?

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Is it possible to slipstream the beta SP1 of Windows 7 into the x64 and x86 in 1 wim file?

I tryed so but i will give me an error after slipstreaming the x64 after i inserted the x86 first...

Beta?

Dude SP1 is now @ RTM.Just download the original ISO image where SP1 is already integrated by MS.

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hey got error that install.wim is in used while runing this config

http://www.2shared.com/file/f5_Cf7fX/bug.html

System.IO.IOException: The process cannot access the file 'C:\Work\winsp1\Sources\install.wim' because it is being used by another process.

when i use this config on 32bit it working without error

its only give this error when i use on win 64bit

it happens after the tweaks when it saving the image or something

if i use only comps removal i dont get the this error but the wim image not working with vlite and i guess with rt lite too

Edited by aviv00

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with windows 7 sp1 rtm is it possible to change the UI language on install? I used rt seven to integrate another language pack, open the iso again in rt 7 it shows the language as installed, but under regional its not available in the dropdown box when changing UI language.

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with windows 7 sp1 rtm is it possible to change the UI language on install? I used rt seven to integrate another language pack, open the iso again in rt 7 it shows the language as installed, but under regional its not available in the dropdown box when changing UI language.

Which version? Not all versions can change language.. Can you change language right before installing?

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I use the dutch OEM version without SP1. Is the SP1 RTM allready available for OEM? I made the oia just by merging it into the x86 install.wim

Also i wonder how i determine what updates i have to add in the wim file so i dont have a bunch of them afterward to download.

You just install windows and write down the KB number and download them seperatly? I guess there must be a better way to do this...

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with windows 7 sp1 rtm is it possible to change the UI language on install? I used rt seven to integrate another language pack, open the iso again in rt 7 it shows the language as installed, but under regional its not available in the dropdown box when changing UI language.

Which version? Not all versions can change language.. Can you change language right before installing?

ok, that's probably it. when using Vmware It just default to eng-us, no option to change language on install. Just testing the new images with integrated spl.

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with windows 7 sp1 rtm is it possible to change the UI language on install? I used rt seven to integrate another language pack, open the iso again in rt 7 it shows the language as installed, but under regional its not available in the dropdown box when changing UI language.

Which version? Not all versions can change language.. Can you change language right before installing?

ok, that's probably it. when using Vmware It just default to eng-us, no option to change language on install. Just testing the new images with integrated spl.

Use DISM until updated RT7L comes along.I think current version can't properly integrate the language packs.

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with windows 7 sp1 rtm is it possible to change the UI language on install? I used rt seven to integrate another language pack, open the iso again in rt 7 it shows the language as installed, but under regional its not available in the dropdown box when changing UI language.

Which version? Not all versions can change language.. Can you change language right before installing?

ok, that's probably it. when using Vmware It just default to eng-us, no option to change language on install. Just testing the new images with integrated spl.

Use DISM until updated RT7L comes along.I think current version can't properly integrate the language packs.

ok.

Instead made an image of my language version and integrated sp1. Seems to work ok.

Edited by danpilker

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Hi.

I have Windows 7 x64 SP1.

I used rt7lite to make some changes in Windows 7 DVD.

Among them is this one (changing Windows update settings):

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\
Auto Update]
"ElevateNonAdmins"=dword:00000000
"AUOptions"=dword:00000002
"IncludeRecommendedUpdates"=dword:00000000

It is taken from this topic:

Is working fine on x86 but not on x64, if I try to add the reg file or add them with reg.exe; if I change the registry manually it works.

I used Unattended section >> RunOnce:

REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update" /f /v "ElevateNonAdmins" /t REG_DWORD /d "0x00000000" 
REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update" /f /v "AUOptions" /t REG_DWORD /d "0x00000002"
REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update" /f /v "IncludeRecommendedUpdates" /t REG_DWORD /d "0x00000000"

I think the problem is that these settings are written only in x86 registers, not in both x86 and x64.

How can I solve this...?

Thank you in advance for any help.

Best regards, John

Edited by JohnMirror

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