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  1. Good mornig! I'm having a problem when I try to use Win Toolkit with RT7 Lite. I get a "corrupt file" error message at the end of instalation. What I'm doing (all tests are made in VirtualBox): Export the WIM image I want (Professional, in this case) from DVD with WTK, and creat a ISO. I test this ISO on a VM and installation finished without errors. Then, again with WTK, I remove components, make a new ISO and test again. Installation sucessfully. Now, I get the WIM and open it with RT7 Lite. Remove components, make other ISO and test. Now, I get the message saying a file is corrupt, and installation cannot continue. So, I invert the process. Open the original ISO with RT7, select Professional, remove components, create a ISO (all proccess in a "one-step, because RT7 don't export images, it only save the image you select at start). So, I test it on VM. Installation OK. Then I get the WIM generated by RT7 (a lot smaller, BTW), open in WTK, remove some more components, make a new ISO and test. Again, error about file corrupted. What I'm doing wrong?? I don't want a unattended installation or a pre-configured windows. Just a installation without some features I don't use here at work. Thanks in advice!
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