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    Windows 7 x64
  1. Thanks for the info, bphlpt. That explains a bit of my confusion. Just to clear things up a bit more, what you're saying is that most of the changes win toolkit does simply affects the installed size rather than the source size so no matter what changes I make, the source iso will probably remain rather close in size to the original? If that's the case then my best bet really will be to use a USB drive for the install because adding any drivers or updates will easily cause the source total to grow larger than a single DVD. I was able to shrink things a bit by not installing the additional
  2. Dell OEM has worked with these tools for a long time; nLite, RVMI, RT7Lite, and it works with this tool as well (successfully created a USB install disk this way). The problem is user based in that I don't know how to make the iso with just the needed files. When I use the ISO Maker it takes the entire contents of my custom source folder and puts it in an ISO rather than just taking the 3GB wim file. As stated earlier, removing the other editions doesn't change the file size of the iso at all. So I guess the real question would be how do I actually remove the other editions from my source
  3. I've seen a couple of questions regarding creating a Windows 7 iso that will fit when burned to a single single-layer DVD but I haven't found a guide for this and my attempts so far have failed. If there is a thread with detailed instructions on this already please point me to it. I have a Win 7 Pro SP1 Dell OEM disk which I would like to add the chipset and network driver packs to as well as all updates. I don't need the other editions which are on the disk such as ultimate or home but removing them doesn't appear to change the size of the ISO that is created. I can create a USB drive u
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