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  1. Hello. I have set this to unattended: <FolderLocations> <ProfilesDirectory>D:\Profiles\Usuarios</ProfilesDirectory> <ProgramData>D:\Profiles\ProgramData</ProgramData> </FolderLocations>But when installed my profile folders (Users, Document and Settings, ProgramData) are spread on root D:, am I doing something wrong, is there a way to forcely use that path? Thank you!
  2. Hello, I would like to know how to lighten the image further by removing some components, issue is I don't find options for that in WinToolkit, I want to remove these: Sound Recorder Initial Tasks Space Cleaner (Disk Cleanup) Windows Easy Transfer I also want to remove the Language Packs bundled inside the Ultimate ISO: French -> Package_for_KB976933~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~fr-FR~6.1.7601.17514 German -> Package_for_KB976933~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~de-DE~6.1.7601.17514 Dism /Image:C:\Windows7x64\sources /Remove-Package /PackageName:Package_for_KB976933~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~fr-FR~6.
  3. Ok, I think they belong to the "User" account I was forced to create upon Win7 install. I deleted that "user" account (currently using admin account) but I believe I had these folders orphan on root drive from the very beginning. I can tell due to the security tab in properties, they have the "User" group listed unlike the homonym folder inside "Users\Public folders". I know this is a minor issue and that I can move the folders without further complications, or even now that I know they belong to my deleted account, delete them along as well. Questions therefore change: Will I solve this (
  4. Since most of my critical past issues are solved, I thought I would open a new thread. I get many public folders on root of my profiles drive. This shouldn't be normal. They are a bit different from those inside Users by having an extra tab in properties called "Location" and pointing to the variable, for example: This is my unattend.xml
  5. I don't know which of them fixed it, but I did both at the same time. First instead of "D:" I wrote "D:\Usuarios" <ProfilesDirectory>D:\Usuarios</ProfilesDirectory><ProgramData>D:\ProgramData</ProgramData>Then I added my language, for the "Desktop" issue: <settings pass="windowsPE"> <component name="Microsoft-Windows-International-Core-WinPE" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-i
  6. Ok, I think I spotted the issue now that I gave 7 a large install space, it doesn't show the first 2 error screens, but the rest is the same. WinToolkit expects English folders, it expects "Desktop" when it should be "Escritorio", the same with users profile, Windows looks for Usuarios in D: but WinTookit only created Users, so instead Windows decides to create a default Profile Folder on C. called Usuarios. Maybe that's the main reason I'm prompted with a "create User Name" dialog when the whole process should be fully unattended, I'm automatically logged onto administrator, but 7 wants a g
  7. Thank you Legolash2o. I didn't notice you reply. I suspect 2 things, one either I didn't give D: partition enough room (I have wrongly given small space to it), or there's something wrong with install language. I'm redoing the process and halted here so I don't mess again. Shouldn't that be "Usuarios" and "Archivos de Programa (x86)". Thank you!
  8. For me it installs version x86 automatically, from the moment I drop it onto Win Toolkit it already says x86.
  9. I dont know what I did wrong. I'm on XP but the only "strange" thing I did was set the profiles directory to D: partition, and also autologon to Administrator account. When I set this on Win Toolit it asked me for a password so I didn't bother and entered 1234. Well, on 7 install I shift+F10 to enter diskpart and make both partitions then install 7, later it asks me for a user name and password (?) and then I get several errors. "-This install package can't be opened. Check the package exists or access is granted, or contact with manufacturer to know if it's a valid Windows Installer."
  10. Ok got deleted after I shut down Win Toolkit. I was brave enough and finished the image. Now I got all sorts of issues, but I will open a new thread for that.
  11. dism, as imagined : / I run the first code and I get error 50: log 2013-11-30 22:00:48, Info DISM PID=216 Scratch directory set to 'C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\CONFIG~1\Temp\'. - CDISMManager::put_ScratchDir2013-11-30 22:00:48, Info DISM PID=216 Successfully loaded the ImageSession at "C:\WINDOWS\System32\Dism" - CDISMManager::LoadImageSession2013-11-30 22:00:48, Info DISM DISM Provider Store: PID=216 Found and Initialized the DISM Logger. - CDISMProviderStore::Internal_InitializeLogger2013-11-30 22:00:48, Info DISM DISM Pro
  12. Please help. Customizing Win7 is becoming a nightmare. I manually deleted the title folder, but some files can't be deleted (about 400Mb), then I realised I had to previously "unmount" or something, it seems to happen that these folders/files have only granted access to some hidden account. Aside from that, I'm really shooting at the dark here with Win Toolkit, I don't find any guides at all. I don't know where to put the setupcomplete.cmd, unattended.xml, etc. Once after 3 hours (having integrated hotfixes) Win Toolkit freezed my machine when stage of removing components (DVD Maker). On m
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