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  1. As the title suggest : Is it possible to remove an addon once it has been integrated using Win Toolkit All-in-One Integrator? I'm thinking not, but I thought I'd ask just the same, and for the benefit of anyone else who might be want to know. It's not really a big issue for me, It just means I'll have to be more diligent with my builds. Any insight is much appreciated.
  2. KB2670838 Failed to integrate Windows 7 SP1 (7601) Anyone else have the same issue? EDIT :: This update integrates fine when adding it to Advanced :: Silent Installers using the /Q switch. KB2670838 can not be integrated as an update in 1.4.0.77. Version 1.5 does not have this issue.
  3. Hi all, the actual release of Win Toolkit put the modified lang.ini in boot.wim\1\sources\ ,not in the correct path: boot.wim\2\sources\ . without modified lang.ini in 2/sources , the "chosing language" menu at the start of installation not appear. bye & tnx in advance. theSLug
  4. Came across this error while bilding a an ISO. I repeated the same process a second time without errors. Windows Toolkit 1.4.0.77 on Windows 7 SP1 (7601) x64 Real Hardware. Attached are is error log along with a screenshot. I also uploaded the same from within WT. Just thought you should know. Best Regards. EDIT :: Disregard, the casue of the error was a corrupt ISO. All Okay. I recomend to anyone using the ISO Maker not to multitask while running the ISO maker tool, unless of course you have CPU that can handle the trafic. I have an i7 running 3Ghz and still managed to corrupt my ISO while li
  5. Support Windows Toolkit -- The best darn DISM / ImageX Tool to surface on the net. @Komm @McRip EDIT :: I've noticed that servers that power the Win Toolkit update catalog has been going offline more than usual these last few weeks. For what reason, I can only begin to guess. However, I suspect that the servers may be down because of a spike in traffic from Win Toolkit users or perhaps not. High traffic websites such as those maintained by McRip and Komm typically have SLA's that dont provide enough of a bandwidth allowance for the ammount of traffic these servers generate. SLA's that provide
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