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JTWang

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  1. Win reducer is great for removing components and shrinking the iso, it contains more in depth removals compared to win toolkit, eventually both wintoolkit and winreducer in the long run are heading towards the same ending of being a single tool needed for modifying images. so they're the same but different at this stage.

    http://forums.mydigi...Center-manually : is for integrating wmc into your iso's but also show's you how to have a multi images of the same base.

    With regards to AIO across multiple windows bases i would search through mdl forums they would probably have the info there.

    So is WTK & WinReducer all I really need in terms of creating my own custom images.

    Or is there limitations for both, which means knowing how to "DIY" is still very important?

     

    I think about to compare all other tools with WTK and create a mega request for it.

    So at the end, if all would be included, other existing tools then are just shadows. :)

    ATM im on a other mega project, the "zer0 edition" means a custom lite, after its done, i probably go for it.

    I think:

    -> U will need a 8 GB stick and its fine.

    -> Try work with WIM-Manager/,-Tools to merge.

    -> U can use ur upgrade-serial for Pro 8.1 (normal iso/wim)

    Thanks for your input but TBH, I'm not understanding most of what you're trying to say :-/

     

    Finally, this point seems to remain unadressed:

    But, I also want to merge a Windows 8 Pro Upgrade into that install environment.

    The copy of Windows 8 Pro I've bought is a upgrade only, + it's a single license only.

    So I'm worried I'll run into problems trying to merge them into a bootable install env?

     

    Thank-you.

  2. Hi All,

     

    Has anyone here heavily tried/used these alternatives:

    http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/35650-Creating-a-Windows-8-1-AIO-with-Media-Center-manually

    http://www.winreducer.net/

    http://www.nliteos.com/

    If so, how do they compare to Windows Toolkit IYO?

     

    I'm wanting to create a bootable Window 7 Ultimate USB flash drive...

    But, I also want to merge a Windows 8 Pro Upgrade into that install environment.

    The copy of Windows 8 Pro I've bought is a upgrade only, + it's a single license only.

    So I'm worried I'll run into problems trying to merge them into a bootable install env?

     

    Plus, how big would my USB flash drive need to be?

    I understand 4GB should suffice for Win 7 Ultimate, but maybe I need much more space if I merge Win 8 Pro Upgrade.

     

    Thank-you.

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