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  1. What are the name if the RAID drivers you are trying to integrate, I will check in the morning as I'm off to sleep now.

    Sorry Lego!

    Here in the world came to the night and had to sleep in between. Otherwise, the wife gets angry.

    My RAID controller is a Promise FastTrak TX4650. I send the attached drivers.

    Hope this helps. 26 version is a royal. :worthy:

    I follow this forum is now 24h so that when the change will let us know.


  2. 1926 version? Are you saying it works fine on an old version of W7T but not on the latest version?

    Yes. An older version works fine. The newest is not at all.

    I'm now 4 hours tried everything. I do not get to work. I took the old version and put boot.wim go directly and immediately works as before

  3. So even though the drivers integrated fine, it does not pick up your RAID Drives? That's prob an Microsoft issue, i normally just integrate all my drivers, IDE, SCSI, RAID, SATA, etc....

    Yes Drivers will be installed as it should. But the 1926 version, they are for some reason not available on boot referenced context. The older version of the toolkit to manually select the RAID drivers boot.wim. So they operate.

  4. RAID driver is integrated on the boot image. Does not recognize raid drives.

    I was using the older software toolkit and integrating them manually so the boot was working fine.

    All others are now working very well in a real environment.

    Thanks again!

  5. Hi Lego!

    It seems that Build .26 is a winner. Now I got the driver for the integrated 1600, 987 gadget, 1500, wallpaper, and more than 500 themes. Also updates including IE-9 is integrated.

    Now I'm trying to do here yet AIO imagen and tested in a real environment. This now works when tested VirtualBox.

    Good job .. :thumbsup_anim:

    The few requests if you are able to meet yet I'm quite sure that this program is a class of kingship.


  6. When you make the next major changes in this excellent program, could you please add a feature that allows drivers already integrated such visibility. So when I get back to edit imagea I can see directly what I've already done that. Now everything is empty.

  7. Have you had time to plan whether it is possible to modify setup time wallpapers, and other improvements to what I suggested.

    :thumbsup_anim: THE LIST

    List of Windows 7 System Files to be Hacked Using Resource Hacker

    Wednesday, 19 May 2010 11:41

    Here is a list of various system files in Windows 7 which can be easily hacked using Resource Hacker:

    Approx. all Windows 7 system icons -> %windir%\System32\imageres.dll

    Login Screen Background -> %windir%\System32\imageres.dll

    Login Screen image resources -> %windir%\System32\authui.dll

    Startup Sound -> %windir%\System32\imageres.dll

    Start ORB images -> %windir%\Explorer.exe -> Bitmap -> 6801 - 6812

    Windows Version Image in "About Windows" dialog box -> %windir%\Branding\Basebrd\basebrd.dll

    Windows Version Image in bottom of Login Screen -> %windir%\Branding\Basebrd\basebrd.dll

    Control Panel Left Sidebar Image -> %windir%\System32\Shell32.dll -> Bitmap -> 632 & 633

    Getting Started (aka Welcome Center) Images -> %windir%\System32\oobefldr.dll

    Laptop Battery Meter image resources -> %windir%\System32\batmeter.dll

    Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) Resources -> %windir%\System32\ieframe.dll

    Windows Media Player 12 (WMP12) Resources -> %windir%\System32\wmploc.dll

    Above mentioned system files/locations are new to Windows 7 and were not present in earlier Windows versions, like XP. If you want to change look of other menus, dialog boxes like RUN, Progress, System Properties, Start menu, Taskbar Properties, etc, you'll have to edit some othersystem files which you needed to edit in Windows XP. But there is a little difference, now those files don't contain the resources but their .MUI files do.

    For example in Windows XP, RUN dialog box resources were present in "%windir%\System32\Shell32.dll" file but in Windows 7, the resources are present in "%windir%\System32\en-US\Shell32.dll.mui" file.

    All these .MUI files are present in any of following 2 locations:



  8. Is this the rebuild feature on the AIO Integrator or WIM Manager? i could add "/CHECK" to the imagex commands, not sure if that would help. :)

    I've used both, but if I make a super-image for example, Ultimate delete all other versions. After that I Rebuil Image.

    Then the integration of drivers etc.

    Driver integration worked well in previous versions. I guess that some drivers will go wrong, or the boot image when they should go to the install image.

    Forces you to tinker with these problems.

  9. Is it possible to rebuild that image somehow corrupts imagea?

    I tried to do without one imagen that I used to rebuild and it worked

    I'll try yet again to a larger number of drivers. The driver problem is a whole new problem here is the latest version. :wub_anim:

  10. And perhaps also windows installer wallpaper ....:dribble:

    More ideas:

    Add your logo to the System Properties, MCE, Welcome Center

    Here is a small tutorial to add your own logo on System Properties, Windows Media Center (@ Right Bottom), Welcome Center (@ Right top)

    Tools Needed:

    * 256 x 256 resolution Bitmap file with 32-bit color

    * 256 x 256 resolution PNG file

    * Prepare one XML file

    * First copy the following content and save it as OOBE.XML

    <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>








    <oemLogo xmlns='http://schemas.microsoft.com/windows/oobetasks/v1'>c:\windows\system32\oobe\picture.png</oemLogo>

    <oemStrip xmlns='http://schemas.microsoft.com/windows/oobetasks/v1'>

    <offerSource>Offers from Microsoft</offerSource>




    * Now put your Bitmap and PNG files in C:\Windows\system32\OOBE

    * Add OOBE.XML in C:\Windows\system32\OOBE\Info

    * Now run the following registry

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE \Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\OEMInformation]


    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Media Center\Start Menu]


    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winsat\WindowsExperienceIndexOemInfo]


    * That's it. Now restart your PC and you will see.

    i found that Internet... :dribble:

  11. That's tougher than you may think, i can add a search box and a screen at the size displaying the Update.htm link to make it easier. However the remembering the last place to download would be easy to implement.

    I may make a tool which can prepare a USB for boot and copy the installation files to make it work.

    Is that even possible?

    Is it possible to :thumbsup_anim:


  12. Can you make the Silent Installer, the better.

    It could be a percentage of the running, although how much is the remainder of the installation. It is important that you get officet chipper, etc. at the same time.

    It would not be a bad thing if the installer would automatically programs such as 7zip format and asking yet seriaalia Office, for example, or you can directly make it addonin. wa: n.


    - Workgroup / Domain Determination

    - joining a wireless network connection is automatically

    - Favorite Copy / pre-Making

  13. Thank you !

    Testing now :type:

    :thumbsup_anim: Now the screen switches login backround. It would seem a good version. Thank you very much. Tomorrow's day wears when making the new media.

    Good job. This is a good start. Thank you.:thumbsup_anim: :dribble:

    Gadgets work too....

  14. Hi again !

    I think that you already know this, but I sometimes found on the Internet that list, and I thought I'd start to encode a similar program. Programming, however, ran out of time shortage. I hope to come to at least some help to you.

    Windows / system 32

    Imageres.dll = Icons, Log-on screen (5031-5044),

    Shell32.dll = control panel side image (632-635), Icons

    Timedate.cpl = Clock

    Wmploc.dll = WMP Background (folder 257/LIBRARY_BACKGROUND7.PNG for the mainimage, and image 5321 for the minimized screen).

    (Also same files as above in Windows\SysWOW64.)

    The 3 files needed for 3rd party themes to work, found in system 32 folder.





    Background.bmp = one of the installation screens, not sure which justexperiment.

    Spwizimg.dll = Installation screens and box (bitmap\516-518).

    FirstUXres.Wim = This is the screen during installation with the "checkinggraphics performance" screen. To open this i recommend GImageX

    Windows / Branding

    Shellbrd.dll = The windows logo in system propertys. (bitmap/1050)

    Basebrd.dll = Various Windows seven logos.

    Windows / eHome,

    Ehres.dll = media center background (Rcdata\COMMON.ANIMATED.BACKGROUND.PNG)


    Explorer.exe = Start orb (bitmap\6801-6812), start menu user pictureframe(bitmap\7013).


    Setup.bmp = Installation screen

    Winpe.bmp = installatin screen


    background.bmp = installation screen

    background_cli.bmp = installation screen

    Spwizimg.dll = Installation screens and box (bitmap\516-518).

    :type: :help:

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