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  1. Ok, so I'm new to slipstreaming. I wanted to slipstream as many updates as possible, as I really dislike spending hours installing them when I reinstall windows. I am using a software called Windows Hotfix Downloader to retrieve the updates. I have now downloaded everything in the updates list. Now while going through all of it I have IE9 cab and exe. Same for 10 and 11. Do I need to slipstream both the cab and the exe or only one? Do I need to slipstream ie9 and 10 or can I go straight to ie11? I am going to include all the updates from the General, Security and Hotfix section, what
  2. http://img425.yukle.tc/image.php?id=162appwiz.jpg http://img426.yukle.tc/image.php?id=7261IE.jpg Edit http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366279/04.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366278/03.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366277/01.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366276/01x86__1_.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366275/integrate.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366274/01x86__2_.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366273/01x86__3_.jpg http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366272/02.jpg But WinToolkit150-1_Test38 not integrate / shows not added More pictures
  3. Proyecto: Windows 7 SP1 Actualizado Miscelánea: Requisitos del sistema Windows 7 Averigüe si su Equipo puede ejecutar Windows 7 Comparativa de Windows 7 DISM DISM para XP/VISTA (necesario para usar Windows 7 Toolkit en WinXP) Windows 7 Toolkit (La Herramienta con que vamos a trabajar) Hotfixes post SP1 - "Las Actualizaciones se aplican a todos los idiomas" IE9 Language Packs MUI (Pack de Idiomas) · GDR: General Distribution Release. Es una versión de distribución general, para todo el mundo. Engloba todo lo que tiene un cierto nivel de importancia y que afecta a mucha gente, como parches
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