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    mmigasmike reacted to Tuesday77 in [Download] Windows 7/8/8.1/10 Driver Pack   
    - NT6+ Means Windows 7 and higher.
    - Yes, you can use them for integrate with WinToolKit.
    (Install.wim and boot.wim, also possible with force-unsigned.)
    For more Information see the guides for WinToolKit.
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    mmigasmike reacted to vthand2 in Where ih have to put Unattended.xml   
    On usb key : not in the "sources", in the USB 
    In a dvd : root.
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    mmigasmike reacted to bphlpt in Received the following error when try to add Windows Defender   
    The best thing I can suggest is to follow the guide here - http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/12734-a-small-as-i-can-complete-step-by-step-guide-to-wintoolkit/.
    [i've moved your thread to the Win Toolkit subforum.  Please keep us posted as to your progress.  If you have any questions, I'm sure someone more experienced than I will be glad to help you.  If, in your efforts, you discover any ways to improve to the guide, please let us know that as well, hopefully including instructions that work and pics that make it clearer for you.]
    Cheers and Regards
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    mmigasmike reacted to bphlpt in Received the following error when try to add Windows Defender   
    If I understand what is happening, they appear in Windows Update because, as Kel explained, they are already part of Windows 7, and what you are being offered are updates to Windows 7 system files.  Updates to system files are treated differently, and have a different structure than addons.
    It's like .NET.  In XP, .NET was an addon so you could make an updated .NET 3.5 installer and incorporate it in your OS build with nLite or RVMi, an example of which is the .NET AIO by Ricktendo which includes clients for .NET 1.1 through 4.0 - http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/12295-legacy-net-framework-aio-for-xp-x86-2-14-2015/.  But with Windows 7, .NET 1.1 - 3.5 have now been made part of the OS.  You can integrate or add an installer for .NET 4.0, or 4.5, like Ricktendo's http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/10715-rebuilt-net-framework-452-full-x86x64-9-19-2014/, but you cannot add or run an installer for 1.1 - 3.5.  Updates for that are handled through system file updates only.  I believe that with Windows 8.x .NET 4.0 is also part of the OS so you can only "install" .NET 4.5.  I'm not sure about Windows 10, but it might include .NET 4.5 as well.
    AFAIK, there are updates for both Windows Defender and Windows Malicious Software that are applicable to Windows 7 that can be integrated using Win Toolkit, but apparently either you are using ones meant for XP, or you are putting them in the wrong location for Win Toolkit to utilize - addon vs update vs silent installer - or whatever.
    Which exact files did you try to add, where did you get them, a link would be helpful, and where did you put them?  I probably won't know enough to help you directly, but that should give someone else enough info to help you figure out what is going on.
    Cheers and Regards
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    mmigasmike reacted to mariog60187 in Received the following error when try to add Windows Defender   
    The place where you can download definitions:
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    mmigasmike reacted to mariog60187 in Some updates are missing made with WinToolkit   
    If You add a language pack, it has to be done first, prior to the updates. If your installation is in English, and your programs install in a different language , You need to verify the locale. For the time zone, eula, etc. You can use the Unattended text file: http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/9572-unattended-creator/
    Before you install NetFramework 4.5, is better to install all the updates. 
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    mmigasmike reacted to bphlpt in Some updates are missing made with WinToolkit   
    The optional driver updates for your hardware will be offered unless you have specifically added them manually yourself through Driver Packs or something.  I'm going to guess the the majority of the others are due to "slimming" operations you have performed using RT7Lite, vLite, and/or NTLite.  I say that because, for example, it is saying you need to re-install part of SP1,  but only 9.1 MB of KB976932, so WU believes that part of SP1 is now missing.  A way to test my hypothesis is to rebuild using the exact same sources and steps you did before, EXCEPT REMOVE NOTHING.  If after that WU comes up clean, except possibly for the optional driver updates, then you know that the "problem" is in your removals.  If your slimmed OS works correctly for you for all operations and software you want or need to use, and you truly don't need what you removed, and the suggested updates are trying to add back in what you removed, then I guess you can just hide the updates you don't need anymore.
    Cheers and Regards
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    mmigasmike reacted to bphlpt in RT7Lite - This program might not have installed correctly   
    I don't think you'll find many folks here that can help you that still use RT7Lite.  it hasn't been updated in many, many years.
    It's main feature, of being able to slim Win7, hasn't been as necessary anymore either, due to the current sizes of disks and the speed of today's CPU and memory.  It's annoying I know for Win7 and later OS to be as bloated as they are, but they're usually "good enough".
    But if you want to slim Win7 and later, you might check out a more current tool such as NTLite.  It works on Win7 and later, can slim as good or better than NT7Lite, can work on live and offline OS, etc, etc.
    Cheers and Regards
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    mmigasmike reacted to ianymaty in Office Professional Plus 2010w SP1 Integrate Updates   
    In Win Toolkit go to Tools > MSP Extractor that will help you to extract the MSU from MSP and put those in the Updates folder of the Office install source.
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