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Everything posted by ianymaty

  1. Here you go. WinToolkitv2 version 2.0.5651.42757 http://www.datafilehost.com/d/2b73ce8b
  2. WIM Manager from Win Toolkit have the option to Apply Unattended. Use the Full option with each image in ISO.
  3. In AIO > Options tick Integrate "USB" Drivers (boot.wim)
  4. Read here... http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/10697-howto-removing-changing-a-silent-installer-switch-after-integration/
  5. Hi ricktendo. Read here... http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=139854#139854
  6. The program will add them in both places (boot.wim and install.wim) in one go. Just tick the boxes in All-In-One Integrator > Options Tab under Drivers category.
  7. I didn't know about KVM. Just googled it to see what it is. You don't need that thing to control up to four computers. I just use Microsoft Garage Mouse without Borders http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/Download/details.aspx?id=35460
  8. So the stick with Enterprise work on this laptop too? Have you tried to install from the USB/eSATA combo port and still no joy? Try this trick: When you get to the error remove the stick than click next. It will tell you something like ''Windows cannot be installed in this drive'' Plug the stick to the same port and click Refresh. Select again the partition where you want to install and procede. This time it should work.
  9. Sorry, I still don't understand fully what you describe? It's a wild guess from me that you are installing from an USB 3.0 port but the drivers are not integrated in the install source. According to the specifications of Dell Latitude E6230 there is one USB 2.0 present in the USB/eSATA combo port. Try that port to see if you can install from it. If you still have problems, please give more details about that error you mentioned.
  10. Can you describe a little more detailed what the real problem is? Does it boot and start the istallation and stops at the partition selection where to instal? Does it show any drive in that window? What error you talk about? Can you take a screenshot or photo something? What system type is currently installed on your machine and what type you want to create and install (x86 x64)? Please give us more info so we can help you. What laptop you have (make and model)?
  11. Sure you can upload the new one as the old one doesn't work anymore. I wanted to use the new Office msp extractor and it tells me that is expired.
  12. Try WinToolkit to make the stick bootable than copy the disc content to that stick. Those two files mentioned by you are usual on x64 version. On x86 the .efi isn't present.
  13. Try Addon Maker from Tools > Misc. It has some common folders variables built in for you so you need just a little tweek to get to your folder needed. I works for me on Win 7 but it should work on 8.1 aswell.
  14. I was just to report this the other day but got distracted and forgot. This happens to me too. Some time ago there were some files not accepted and Lego fixed it after report. http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/11793-solved-msp-extractor/
  15. Make a request and maybe this fellow will help you. http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/50033-Everything-MSDN-has-to-offer-for-Windows-Vista
  16. http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/13018-bug-in-two-updates/?p=114830
  17. What you need to do is start from scratch without the presets and carefully add only the updates and don't remove nothing from the components. Test the result in a VM and if it is successful go further with your customization. Make sure to make a backup copy of the updated image if it works OK before procede to next level. Load back the updated image and add your silent installs, add-ons and all you need to finish the image and test again in the VM. Finally if all is well you can make all the tweeks you need in another step. Test again in VM. Basically you need to make all this in small steps to see what brakes the install for you. I do all of this in one step and don't have any problems. What I observed over the time that brakes the install is the incompatible drivers that are integrated so I avoid to add driverpacks as a bunch. Hope this helps to pinpoint the problem. Also make sure you are using the latest build of Wintoolkit and no other programs involved.
  18. I'm not using this method and don't know how it works but I'm curious why you need 4 install.swm files when you are using only two discs? Isn't install.swm and install2.swm enough?
  19. I've just noticed another cosmetic thing and don't know if it was reported yet. The date info coloumn shows the date in two different ways.
  20. In Win Toolkit go to Tools > MSP Extractor that will help you to extract the MSU from MSP and put those in the Updates folder of the Office install source.
  21. You mean the licence key from v1 or we need to obtain another one?
  22. I think the crash is due to missing translation. Please Liam, provide the new lines for translation or implement a fallback for missing lines.
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