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  1. 6 hours ago, stashekmajcherc said:

    The same situation,and the same mistake🙄,never mind that I did it,the same answer dude!!!!Damn!!!!! Its not already surprise,I dont know what to do,your advice doesnt help me!


    This is an old issue that keeps coming back, not sure why the code to pop the announcement up hasn't been removed.

    I was able to work around it by setting my clock back to 2020, disabling my network card so the time wouldnt fix itself and then try accessing the mounted file.

    I use dism raw to mount and work with the image, and then wintoolkit to add registry and do cleanup

  2. It seems the calendar based kill switch is still present.


    Perhaps we can get rid of this **** since 2.x will never happen. This happens with any version of dism and any image I mount. The problem goes away if i disable my internet and set the date back to 2020.



    *edit* This is with the newest version

  3. On 9/24/2019 at 10:07 AM, Nameless Mofo said:

    So about the new version... I decided to refresh my Win7 install media after not touching it for about 4 years (last used Wintoolkit 1.5.xx) and noticed some options greyed out saying "requires product key". In a past life, I donated to Legolash2o and he gave me access to a product key (just a registry entry) which I added to my registry but it doesn't work.

    Anybody have an idea what's up? I'm not against making another small donation because I like the tool.

    Personally i would use Integrate7 script for a windows 7 disk. This gets the hotfixes and other items automatically - seems to work well.


  4. Vmware does not support the iso 9660 filesystem for EFI boot. Can an option be added to build the ISO using UDF? Current ISO generation from win toolkit produces an ISO that works fine for bios but not one that will boot in the esxi console for EFI.


    The following works manually:

    oscdimg.exe -m -o -u2 -udfver102 -pEF -e -bZ:\Server2008R2_SP1_Base\efi\microsoft\boot\efisys.bin Z:\Server2008R2_SP1_Base Z:\Images\ServerStandard2008R2_SP1_10142013_v3.iso

    Thank you!

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