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Windows 7 SP1 integrator
Njls Yoshi posted a topic in Microsoft Windows 7Is there a way to integrate the Windows 7 SP1 files and or installer into your custom Windows 7 iso using WinToolkit? And or is there a safe way to do it using a 3rd party program that would still allow me to use WinToolkit on the edited iso?
Project: FULL Office 2010/2013/2016 (On Progress)
Tuesday77 posted a topic in Microsoft OfficeProject: FULL Office 2010/2013/2016 Introducing: Welcome to my project, to get a FULL version of Microsoft Office 2010/2013. This thread show you to create a full office suite with all updates integrated. Be careful with your files, make backup and do all at own risk. I try to help, just post any issues or suggestions, have fun. Features: Full updated Microsoft Office Suite with all sub-toolsAll Service Packs are integrated, no longer upgrade neededGerman-Language-Pack is integrated you can choice which language you wanna installAdvanced setup, you can install all components one by one and exactly what you wantSuites: Microsoft Office 2010 Suite: Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64Microsoft Project 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64Microsoft Visio 2010 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64Microsoft SharePoint Designer ENG+GER x64Optonable German Language Pack (with SP2 integrated) install for all componentsMicrosoft Office 2013 Suite: Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64Microsoft Project 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64Microsoft Visio 2013 Professional Plus with SP2 and Post-SP2 updates integrated ENG+GER x64Microsoft Proofing Tools (with SP2 integrated ) ENG+GER x64Microsoft SharePoint Designer ENG+GER x64Optonable German Language Pack (with SP2 integrated) install for all components//ENG+GER = English and German language (You can choice any or both) Few words to begin: Of Course: You can also doing it with any other language as you want, the result are same full bilingual suites. Just replace the language pack and the service pack for that language pack with the one of your preferred language. Of course: You can also do it with x86 ,just give attention for x64 or x86, , In this tutorial all sources used for x64, just replace the source x64 with that one for x86. Its recommend to use different folders for x64 and x86, but you can also merging it, - just carefully Of course: You can use other tools and methods for doing this jobs, but i recommend this guide. It exist different tools and all, but is better you know what you do by step-by-step at do-it-yourself. Just give attention you create retail-suites, so you will need to enter key at begin of install. Please do not ask here for convert into VL or any other illegal stuff, its forbidden to forum-rules. Step #1 Preparing: 1. Download WinToolKit and access Alphawaves-Downloader (under update-tab) to get all office updates offline. 2. Download from web-sources all these files for create a FULL Suite with all components: X16-32213.exe (Office Professional Plus 2010) X16-32756.exe (Project Professional 2010) X16-33029.exe (Visio Professional 2010) SharePointDesigner2010ENx64.exe (SharePoint Designer 2010) X16-37644.exe (German Language Pack 2010) officesp2010-kb2687455-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For Office Professional Plus 2010) projectsp2010-kb2687457-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For Project Professional 2010) visiosp2010-kb2687468-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For Visio Professional 2010) spdsp2010-kb2687463-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP2 For SharePoint Designer 2010) languagepacksp2010-kb2687449-fullfile-x64-de-de.exe (SP2 For German Language Pack 2010) X18-65700.iso (Office Professional Plus 2013) X18-65889.exe (Project Professional 2013) X18-65957.exe (Visio Professional 2010) sharepointdesigner_64bit2013en.exe (SharePoint Designer 2013) proofingtools_en-us-x64.exe (Proofing Tools 2013) X18-51539.exe (German Language Pack 2013) proplussp2013-kb2817430-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For Office Professional Plus 2013) projectsp2013-kb2817433-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For Project Professional 2013) visiosp2013-kb2817443-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For Visio Professional 2013) spdsp2010-kb2687463-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe (SP1 For SharePoint Designer 2013) proofsp2013-kb2817435-fullfile-x64-glb.exe (SP1 For Proofing Tools 2013) lpksp2013-kb2817427-fullfile-x64-de-de.exe (SP1 For German Language Pack 2013) Step #2 Upgrading 1. Extract all these files in the listed order into a office work folder with windows command: Use: Start > Run.. > "Path to *.exe" /extract:"Path to extract folder" Example: "C:\Office\X16-32213.exe" /extract:"C:\Office\2010\" (Override all older files, and use different folders for 2010 and 2013) 2. For the Updates: Use WinToolKit > Tools > MSP Extractor: - Choose on filters "English (United States)" and "German (Germany)". - Add all office updates and lets extract to another folder. (Dismark the field "Extraction to subfolders") 3, Move all extracted updates into updates folder in the office work folder. - Delete all other files as .msp in updates folder. (Override all older files, and use different folders for 2010 and 2013) Step 3# Finishing: 1. Now you can make a bootable ISO from office work folder: Use WinToolKit: Basic > ISO Maker: - Add all folder and files and choose a ISO-Output folder, create ISO. Now its done and you have a full updated complete office suite disk! Greez 2016: Greetings
WinToolKit: Windows 8.1 GDR1 Support?
Tuesday77 posted a topic in Win ToolkitHey Liam! Microsoft release a SP1 (GDR1 called "Update 1") for Win8.1 at 4# April. (Official 8#). Example: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/windows-8.1-gdr1-windows-9-windows-phone-threshold,25861.html My ask, what you think about maybe Slipstream-Support in WinToolKit? It exist some pre-releases (beta) for you can test it with maybe. What you think if or when its possible this feature? That would be awesome. And have anybody a hint when possible available a Win8.1.1 MSDN ISO? Greez BTW: Mhh... GDR1, maybe it exist LDR1? Of course I wanna have it!
0x80070003 Error upon
Phil Clayton posted a topic in Microsoft Windows 7"The program can't start because WMDRMSDK.dll is missing. is the relevant issue. Removed previous error message. #5 shows the relevant screenshots to replicate the error.
Win7 - 4.7GB
fiernaq posted a topic in Win ToolkitI've seen a couple of questions regarding creating a Windows 7 iso that will fit when burned to a single single-layer DVD but I haven't found a guide for this and my attempts so far have failed. If there is a thread with detailed instructions on this already please point me to it. I have a Win 7 Pro SP1 Dell OEM disk which I would like to add the chipset and network driver packs to as well as all updates. I don't need the other editions which are on the disk such as ultimate or home but removing them doesn't appear to change the size of the ISO that is created. I can create a USB drive using the ISOs I make so this isn't a rush but I would definitely like to have the ability to create a smaller disk than what I started with and I'm sure I'm just missing something incredibly simple to make this happen. Any tips on how to shrink the output down would be appreciated. I'm used to using RVM Integrator, nLite, and Driver Packs on XP disks and the whole .wim thing is new to me as is multiple editions (home/pro/ultimate) on one disk. Thanks, Fiernaq P.S. Great looking program, clean interface and fairly intuitive AiO option (some of the more advanced features aren't quite as user friendly but then again I wouldn't expect them to be).
Having used RT Se7en Lite in the past, I found WinKit, but I seem to have hit a brick wall before I have started; WinKit asks for a WIM file even on the Basic tab - what is a WIM file? Anyway, I'll explain what I want to do, and perhaps someone can help. I've got a Dell Mini 9 with a 16GB HD, so I'm trying to get my image reasonably small: a customised "Lite" version. My starting point is an ISO of Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit, and a Microsoft Update Standalone Package (.msu) file of Windows 7 32-bit SP1. My desired end point is a Windows 7 Starter ISO, with SP1 integrated and several unwanted components(such as Language Packs, modem support, other display drivers etc) removed. It would be nice if I could customise the Windows 7 Starter wallpaper (as this is not normally possible) but I can live without this. Can someone please tell me the steps I need to follow?