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  1. After not having used Krohn ISO Downloaded for a longer time I updated and and started v8.46 now again on 64bit Windows 7. It starts and asks me about the desired version (=newest Win10 Pro, English international, 64bit) When I click on the last "64bit Download" button I expected a popup prompting me for the download directory. But nothing happened. No prompt, no download. The process still runs. It is visible in Task Manager. So whats wrong? Why is Krohn ISO DL not showing the folder selection dialog? Does it not work under Windows 7? Maybe an additional .NET (Core) version is required. The newest here is .NET v4.8 Is it missing (which?) GUI library?
  2. As far as I can see users cannot download Enterprise/30-days-Eval versions. Is this correct? Why are they not offered?
  3. Have a look at the attached snapshot. As you can see there are double entries in the drop down for the last Win10 version Why? Is this a bug?
  4. as I noticed the current version does not support the download of Office2007 anymore. At least the radio button it greyed out. What is the last version of ISO Downloader which supports the download of Office 2007? Where can I download this old version? Peter
  5. Sorry for these newbie questions. I am currently starting to evaluate Win Toolkit. I want to create a Win 7 Pro ISO WITH ALL Patches already applied. Therefore I started Wintoolkit process and selected one of the public available Win 7 ISOs. At some stage I get to the All-in-One Integrator. When I go now to the tab Basic--->Updates+ Languages then it seems to me that I have to add all currently available Patches manually. Furthermore all these patches (= *.cab files) must be already downloaded and stored on the local hard disk. Is this really true? I could imagine that there is a menu/option "search for all available patches, download and add them" which allows users to perform all this with one click. Where is it function? Or is manual adding of the pre-downloaded patch files the only way? Furthermore I wonder whether the patch files are simply added as files somewhere to a sub folder to the iso or if they are already slipstreaming into the Windows 7 installation. In other words: Assume I later install a Win 7 system from such an WTK ISO: Do I have to apply all the patches afterwards in a second step or are they instantly available just after first boot of new system? Thank you Peter
  6. When I go to page http://www.wintoolkit.co.uk/Home/Downloads or http://www.wincert.net/leli55PK/DISM/ then there is a download for DISM 8.1_6.3.9600.16384 I have (under 64bit Win 7 Pro) already a DISM.exe version but only 6.1.7600.16385 Is my version sufficient to work with Win Toolkit (when I only wnat to create a Win 7 ISO) or do I have to install the v8.1_6.3.9600 ? Can I install v8.1_6.3.9600 on Win 7 or is it only intended for Win 8 and above? Peter
  7. Lets say I want not to add certain Patches (e.g. KB3035583 or KB3021917) to the Win Toolkit repository on the target ISO archive (for 64bit Win7). How can I achieve this? Maybe there is a way to add it at first but prevent later installation. is there an exclude file where I can enter all unwanted patch IDs? Thank you Peter
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