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Posts posted by ianymaty

  1. I think that "All you can add without the program to moddify something" should be free including prepared silent installers. Also the KB's that need to go to silent install should be also free.

    All other things where you need the program to do something to create or extract / convert or something should go for Home or Pro.

  2. Yes, this will help. Remember I asked you to mention the new or modiffied lines of translation so we don't have to always compare the full content.

    It would be nice to change the template live so we can spot the potential problems.

  3. See, the added drivers have numbering as 01... 10... 21... 31... and the final integrated drivers have the numbering 0,1,10,11... 2,20,21... 3,30,31...

    The final integrated drivers is just a listing of the integrated drivers not the order of integration.

    Is there any reason why the final list is bothering you?

    Are there any drivers you added and not integrated or listed?

    He can't fix anything if he can't reproduce it or he doesn't fully understand your problem, unless you give him all the info and tools he need/ask.

    Please, let Lego to run a TeamViewer session with you as he asked you, to solve this thing.

  4. Yes. You can add as many languages you want. There will be a screen to select the language at start of the install.

    This is how mine looks.

    post-23920-0-88985100-1416419667.png post-23920-0-54981000-1416419632_thumb.p

    Keep in mind that this is true for the Ultimate edition and all the languages integrated will be installed after finish so you can switch between them from Control Panel. (This uses additional space on system partition.)

    I'm not sure how the other editions work since only Ultimate (and Enterprise) have support for multilingual user interface. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_7_editions#Comparison_chart

  5. Get your Language Pack using Win Toolkit > Downloads > Language Packs > Win 7 SP1 Language Packs

    Convert the .exe to .cab using Win Toolkit > Tools > Converters > Language Packs.

    Add the resulting .cab in Win Toolkit just like you add any other update.

    Hit the Start so the program process all things.

    That's it.

  6. @compstuff and others who need this help...

    It's easy to do it so you don't have to bloat the install.wim with large packs of drivers. For install you can only integrate chipset and massstorage if really needed, to minimize the bloat.

    As Lego pointed in the other thread, you just need to process at least once the install source with WinToolkit to this function to work.

    So, if you first integrated the updates with WinToolkit than you can consider this will work as is since the install.wim was mounted to integrate the updates and with this process WinToolkit adds the driver installer to the install chain. If you integrate the updates by other methods and not with WinToolkit than you need to mount the install.wim with WinToolkit than unmount it and save the image. You can use WIM Manager to mount > unmount > save image than you are good to go to make a folder "Drivers" and copy in it all drivers you have/need for that install.

    The drivers need to be unpacked in each respective folder. Just inf drivers no zip/rar or exe.

    The "Drivers" folder can be on source install media or any other drive / partition that is connected to the computer at install time but it needs to be in the root of the drive. (D:\Drivers, E:\Drivers, F:\Drivers etc.)

    Hope this clears thing for you.

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