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  1. WinToolkit v2.x Development

    Yep, same error as reported by others with starting the new version.
  2. And in that topic you posted, I submitted the following that "should" keep most people from seeing the nag. Supposedly, the following reg file will make it so the OS does not offer you a Windows 10 upgrade. [Yes this still allows the updates, but for those computers that you just do not want the end user attempting to upgrade to Windows 10, this should work.] Save the following as a registry file and have Windows 7 load the file: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Gwx]"DisableGwx"=dword:00000001
  3. FREE / HOME / PRO Editions

    That is cool. I will probably make another donation anyway. I am doing better than I used to be (not great, but better). Edit: I just realized, how does one make a donation now, or is there an "automated" way or what?
  4. WinToolkit v2.x Development

    Glad you are back Liam. I hope you are doing well. Internships can be "fun". (Depends on how you define fun. ) Side note, my question here is still unanswered. Edit: Yeah, it got answered.
  5. This thread is very informative. I appreciate the information provided. For additional useful information, (and those that still want the updates but not windows 10), there is an option to make sure the OS does not offer you a Windows 10 upgrade. [Yes this still allows the updates, but for those computers that you just do not want the end user attempting to upgrade to Windows 10, this works wonders.] Save the following as a registry file and have Windows 7 load the file: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Gwx]"DisableGwx"=dword:00000001
  6. FREE / HOME / PRO Editions

    I have not been around for a while and have a question about this new pricing scheme. (Forgive me if someone has asked it already elsewhere.) If a person made a donation while WTK v1.x was being developed, will that carry over to v2.x? I just need to determine if I need to save up for a donation on this newer version. (Currently running on limited funds.)
  7. [Repak] DAEMON Tools Lite 4.49.1.356

    Awesome. Thanks for the info. I will check it out.
  8. [Repak] DAEMON Tools Lite 4.49.1.356

    Awesome repak ricktendo. Is is also possible to disable the installation of the gadget that is included? (or maybe have a separate installer for that option disabled?)
  9. Win Toolkit v2.x

    I realize you are working on rebuilding WinToolKit into a better tool. On your other post, you list the above "completion" percentages. Does this mean your v2 is working as good as your v1 code (minus the not completed stuff), or do I just need to stick to v1?
  10. Discard image and rebuilding?

    Awesome Legolash2o! I love the change you are implementing.
  11. Autoruns - v12.03

    You know *Reaper*, this is a great program. You probably do not realize it, but I think you introduced this program to me a long time back. I appreciate the hard work you do.
  12. Literal bug

    The best way to explain the situation is to say that someone is complaining about something that is free. Legolash2o deserves our support and not our condemnation.
  13. include drivers, but remove unused after install?

    bphlpt was right, I was referring to the "SAD2" method. It allows leaving the drivers or deleting them after completing. I have used this method myself, and it seems to work well. You still integrate the basic drivers storage & chipset drivers, but everything else is put on the separate updatable disk/usb.
  14. include drivers, but remove unused after install?

    Do as suggested above, except move all of the non-integrated drivers to their own DVD. Over at the driverpacks website, there is a solution for an all inclusive install media that will install only what your computer needs. (It uses a batch file to scan your drivers and only add those that need to be added.)
  15. [ERROR] File corrupted when trying to combine WTK with RT7

    RT7 is a much older program that removes items from Windows 7 install image in a "non-standard" way. Therefore any resulting image will likely have some kind of issues due to the "non-standardness" of the removal process. If you can stand to not remove anything from the install image, and instead create an automated install that can *not* install those components you do not want, then that would be the safer way to create an install image.
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