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  1. Try to git rid of queued operations: %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\ngen.exe executeQueuedItems /silent
  2. Because it's designed to handle KB2533552 this way
  3. KB2533552 cannot be integrated offline, this is by design from MS exclusive="true" allowedOffline="false"KB2603229 however, can be integrated (offline or online), but this will make it just a null entry in the updates list, it doesn't allow the actual fix to be applied (updatewowregisteredowner.exe) therefor, it must be executed online directly by using the .msu file (double-click)
  4. © KEiGHT some downloaded managers (external or browser) change the extension specially if the file is actually a zip or 7z
  5. Unfortuenately, no.. sorry about that but as ricktendo pointed, Windows 7 system drive is always C: unless changed manually prior install
  6. More info will be appriciated which addon you used, regular or full? what is the drive letter for the system?
  7. My net speed is very slow nowadays, so the update to the newest hotfix rollup might take couple of days
  8. Why the re-download? re-integrate is enough did you integrate all updates?
  9. From Additional, integrate these: PlatformPlatform UpdatesIE11 CABsIE11 UpdatesWindowsMediaCenterWinHelpWUClientonly IE11 is enough and needed to be integrated from Extra, generally you don't need any unless you know what they are for
  10. KB2603229 contains .exe file that has to be executed online only to fix registry issue yes, it can be integrated correctly, but that won't make any effect and doesn't fix the issue
  11. Well, the actual Release Type is found in the update.mum file, and it's "Update" that text file maybe a mistake, or MS set it as Hotfix for an inside reason
  12. Most of the hotfixes are downloaded in sfx zip files and then extracted (this include 5 of the general updates) maybe this is the cause of the inconsistent dating pattern, the timestamp is set for the zip file not the extracted msu file?
  13. First of the all, the tutorial is not mine, it's from a german site http://www.gtkdb.de/index_17_1534.html, so all credits goes to him. second, i didn't try or test it if it's working or not Requirements: - Windows 7 x86 install DVD. - working Windows 7 x86 or x64 system with 15 GB of free space. open the command prompt as administrator and continue with the following steps: 1. create a directory for the contents of the Windows 7 x86 install DVD.2. Copy or extract the DVD contents to the created directory. (example if you DVD drive is E:) 3. create a few more working directories. 4. Copy or move the SP1 file windows6.1-KB976932-X86.exe to C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream folder 5. Extract the SP1: (the extracting will be done in the background, use task manager to moniter the process) 6. copy windows6.1-KB976932-X86.cab to C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract 7. you need to extract those files: 8. you have to make changes in three files with notepad: First: Find the following section in the file and change allowedOffline from false to true and save the changes Second: Find the following section in the update.mum and change allowedOffline from false to true here too. Third: locate the following section and change targetState from absent to installed. 9. Now you need to get info about the available images in Windows 7 DVD: select which image (index) you want to integrate SP1 to it (usually you choose the higher edition), if it has only one image then choose index 1 10 . Then mount the corresponding image in the install.wim in the directory C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\mount. 11. Now integrate The Service Pack 1: 12. save the changes to the install.wim You can repeat the operation for all indexes (mount/integrate/unmount) Finally, create a bootable ISO image from the contents of the C:\Win7_x86_DVD mkdir C:\Win7_x86_DVDxcopy E:\*.* /E /F C:\Win7_x86_DVDmkdir C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\temp C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\mountC:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\windows6.1-KB976932-X86.exe /X:C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\tempcopy C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\temp\windows6.1-KB976932-X86.cab C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extractexpand C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract\windows6.1-KB976932-X86.cab -F:* C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extractexpand C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract\NestedMPPContent.cab -F:* C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extractexpand C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract\KB976933-LangsCab*.cab -F:* C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extractnotepad C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract\Windows7SP1-KB976933~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.17514.mum<mum:packageExtended xmlns:mum="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v3" allowedOffline="false" projectionPeakDisk="304" langProjectionPeakDisk="322" sqmBuildNumber="7601" sqmAttemptAppid="101457923" sqmResultAppid="101457924" sqmPoqexecAppid="101457925"/></package>notepad C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract\update.mum<mum:packageExtended xmlns:mum="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v3" allowedOffline="false" projectionPeakDisk="304" langProjectionPeakDisk="322" sqmBuildNumber="7601" sqmAttemptAppid="101457923" sqmResultAppid="101457924" sqmPoqexecAppid="101457925"/></package>notepad C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extract\update.ses<Tasks operationMode="OfflineInstall"> <Phase> <package id="Windows7SP1-KB976933~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.1.1.17514" targetState="Absent"/> </Phase> </Tasks>dism.exe /get-wiminfo /wimfile:C:\Win7_x86_DVD\sources\install.wimdism.exe /mount-wim /wimfile:C:\Win7_x86_DVD\sources\install.wim /index:1 /mountdir:C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\mountdism.exe /image:C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\mount /add-package /packagepath:C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\extractdism.exe /unmount-wim /mountdir:C:\Win7_x86_Slipstream\mount /commit
  14. Integrating SP1 require manual method and some steps if you can handle those steps, then i can provide you with tutorial
  15. .esd files cannot be edited or serviced the only operation it allows is /Apply-Image, and even this requires Newer Dism version for Windows 8.1 Update (version 6.3.9600.17019 and higher)
  16. General and Security Updates are either GDR only or GDR+LDR you can easily install those normally (without LDR mode) to get GDR branch and you may include/count Platform & Platform Updates & IE11/10 into this Hotfixes however, some are LDR only, and the rest are GDR+LDR managing those will be tricky for you anyway, if you want to only have GDR updates, it's better you stick to what Windows Update offers or you may install "General, Security, Platform, Platform Updates, IE11 Cabs, IE11 Updates, WUClient" in normal mode, then go to Windows Update and see what else it offers and download them
  17. NT.Backup.Utility needs English language pack WinRE.. as its name showing, it's for updating winre.wim (the one inside install.wim) Without Platform are for who does not want to use Platform & Platform Updates (i.e. who have graphic card not compatible with platform)
  18. I thought it's designed to pickup \boot\etfsboot.com in the iso folder, not from System32 thanks for the clear up!
  19. Yes, that's what i'm using, but it gives error my system is Windows 8.1 x86, so does the iso
  20. Hi how to use Goscdimg exactly?? when i point iso folder to it it return Error about boot sector file
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