Jump to content

nice_guy75

Members
  • Content Count

    65
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About nice_guy75

  • Rank
    Traveler

Profile Information

  • OS
    Windows 7
  • Country
    India
  1. If you have some experience of modding, just mount the install.wim and then go to "Mount Dir\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup" folder there you would see a shortcut which is getting deleted during the installation and the script as well, now right click the shortcut and see the "properties" you can see the exact location of the script. Mind it during the installation all these folders and scripts are getting deleted so you won't be able to find out where those script(s) are saved in the installed OS, you need to do all this with the installation DVD itself.
  2. Comprehensive Autounattend.xml creator, though this request is an old request but still pending so I am just reminding.
  3. I guess this is a better option: http://www.coderforlife.com/projects/win7boot/ I use this only, though its installer is not working but you can also integrate custom boot screen in the installation disk using commandline version.
  4. I mentioned reverse integration because different machines takes different updates. Some updates are hardware specific, so only I believe reverse integration is the best way to identify which updates are required. The catalog lists some 500 updates and my lappy download only 60-70 updates. Moreover, thread starter's ultimate aim is to create an updated ISO of windows 7.
  5. It is absolutely fine for me as well, when you are providing such a tool to all of us for free then I can wait for few seconds as well.
  6. I had this problem earlier and I guess this is because of your Autounattend.xml (if used), I am not good with Autounattend.xml you better post your xml and myselfidem can help you. He did help me as well, though not with this problem but with other problem related to xml.
  7. If you are still searching for the solution, here is the solution. You don't need any third party application to change the text. Just mount Boot.wim and search for the Winload.exe.mui (not Winload.exe)and search for the text "starting Windows" I don't remember the exact location of the text I would update my post and will let you know the exact location of the text, as currently I am at office and here I have XP. I have successfully changed that text and that too without using any third party application, like bootupdater. But this would be visible only once when you start your windows installation, if you wish to change the text which can be visible for all time your boot your system, you have to use Bootupdater. Enjoy....................
  8. hey lego, I hope you haven't forgotten about my request of comprehensive unattended.xml creator, I am really looking forward for a comprehensive autounattend.xml creator in winkit. I remember you told me that you would address my request when you would start work on v1.4.
  9. "Pre-installed" like reverse integration???????
  10. Thanks mate, I would try the latest version.
  11. I am using Eset NOD32 v5.0.95.0, but I don't think is has something to do with AV, as I have been using your tool without disabling the AV. This is the first time I have encountered such error. Anyways, when I tried after few days it worked perfectly. I don't remember at that time I disabled the AV or not, as I do disable my AV every now and then for different reasons.
  12. Can't we integrate exe updates using your tool, I am not sure about the newer versions but I did try with v1.0.3.98 and failed to integrate exe updates.
×
×
  • Create New...