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  1. I've spent a whole day trying to make a slipstreamed Windows 7x64 ISO with Wintoolkit. The actual integration of 200 odd updates seems to go fine over 2hrs 20 mins. But the Wintoolkit ISOmaker always produces a huge ISO : 8.6GB, from 4.3GB files in the working folder. And choosing to rebuild the image or not makes an ISO exactly the same size! I started with a Windows 7x64 SP1 ISO, and I've followed the instructions here to integrate updates. http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/12103-16-juin-2015-update-list-gdr-pour-windows-7-sp1-x86x64-fr-en-de-es-it/page-1 I've been using the latest Wintoolkit 1.5.3.21 Is there something I could be doing wrong? I am at my wit's end.
  2. Hola amigos! Siempre he tratado de ser un alumno que investiga, pero esta vez no pude más! y necesito una manita.. verán: Utilizo compilar imágenes de Windows desde su versión XP con el Update Pack Latino cuando aprendí gracias al amigo Ricktendo. De ahí brinqué tiempo después a Windows 7 y utilizaba RT7Lite para agregar además algunos tweaks, presiento que entre ellos habría alguno que decía "Correr siempre CMD cómo Administrador" así que en verdad nunca tuve anteriormente el problema que ahora estoy viviendo... Esta ocasión, quize compilar para Windows 8.1 así que comenzé por lo básico y aprendí vía DSIM a agregar y cambiar el paquete de idioma y alguna que otra monería, pero cómo no era suficiente, investigando en internet me encontré el Win Toolkit, así que lo descargué lo leí y gracias a él pude integrar para X86 y X64 al mismo tiempo. Sin embargo hay algo que no logro todavía, en el archivo Autounattended.XML ya desconecté el UAC (para que no me salga aquella ventana que pregunta si quiero correr equis aplicación o en este caso un script) y esto me permite que al ejecutarse el archivo SetUpComplete.cmd pueda yo agregar automáticamente nuevas entradas al registro. Sin embargo, al iniciar el sistema cuando nos lleva la primera vez al escritorio, si quiero ejecutar otro batch .cmd ya no me lo permite sin indicárle que cómo administrador (ya no aparece la ventana del UAC que pregunta) pero cómo respuesta cuando quiero meter algo desde cmd al registro me indica "Acceso denegado" y esto me tiene de cabeza pues nunca me había sucedido (se lo achaco a que era un tweak del RT7Lite) pero ahora la cuestión es.. que según yo, he revisado de piés a cabeza el WinTool Kit y no encuentro una opción parecida o a lo mejor no la veo!. También he intentado inyectando al registro por ahí en una llave que se llama WindowsNT>Layers y aparentemente esto hace que siempre que abra una ventana de CMD lo haga como administrador, pero no funciona a la hora de ejecutar desde la línea de comandos (RUN) ni abriendo un batch simplemente haciendo dos click ("Acceso denegado") y entonces estoy tripeado, ó cómo quien dice, ya no le hallo. No he probado el Win ToolKit 2... Mi problema es que termina el Script del SetUpComplete.cmd y si le pido reiniciar o no, al entrar al escritorio ya no puedo continuar mi proceso de batch porque no puedo meter nada al registro si no se le indica con click derecho que "cómo administrador" o incluso hay programas que si los instalo de forma desatendida pero no cómo administrador y aunque esta sea la cuenta, nadamás no quieren! Espero haber sido algo claro en la exposición.. Me llamo Daniel... Muchisimas gracias!
  3. this issue is in 1.4.32.5 WIN toolkit (I don't know if it's fixed in the current version as I didn't start working with it yet) after installing a version of windows (windows 7) when it enters the desktop it shows a triangular windows with win toolkit logo and it shows an explorer and it tells me to choose the partition where I installed windows
  4. Hola Ricktendo, primero mil disculpa si el topic que estoy realizando esta mal... pero con el tiempo que vengo usando windows 7 me paso que cada ves que reinstalo windows 7 me baja miles de actualizaciones hasta que se pone el al dia tarda muchisimo. Yo aprendi a actualizar mi windows xp sp3 con tus UPL, podrias Enseñarnos como se usar Win Toolkit para integrar los Upl de actualizacion a windows 7 de x86x64? toda la seccion de windows 7 y win toolkit esta en ingles y no encontre nada didactico que me permita aprender. Desde ya muchas gracias.
  5. Hello Gentlemen, saw a tutorial on how to use the Win Toolkit and was hooked and currently checking the site for more of these gems. Check out the tutorial : http://youtu.be/HgyfcojGZmc
  6. Hello guys... excuse my english, I'm using google translator :google_lt: :newhere: Well, Testing the win toolkit 1.4.1.27 I found a mistake, and not if it is for the virtual machine or the program ... Overall, the error is that when setting sfx manual installation and install from the prompt, never does ... just send the box installation BEFORE the end of installation full Windows. But not only that mistake ... I realized that if I let him continue installing ordinary ... the installation continued, and restarted ... and then LOAD BEFORE FOR THE FIRST TIME THE DESKTOP the box of installation appeared again if installed sfx and hence ... ordinary installed ... without any problem ... I tried the same installation ISO in the two VM's and it was the same in both. I hope that this explanation has been clear my problem ... and I hope it gets fixed soon ... If you have any problems understanding me, or if they need something from me ... let me know, but I really hope to explain to me where to get that information. I say this because I read in these forums that ask something from the registry and things like that ... and do not know where take it out ... :oops: :sad02:
  7. Hello Legolash2o and all other member's. I have some problems with using a Win Toolkit I dont know is that maybe a Bug or something like that.I will attach pic. to you can see what hapen. Okay here's the thing: Im downloaded last Win Toolkit (1.5.0.1) I''m also try 1.4 version and the same error appear.When i click All in One Integration and select .wim file or folder of Win 7 installation this error apear (attachament) Im downloaded Win 7 SP1 x86 from Win Toolkit links. If you can help or give me some advice what is causing error. Tnq
  8. Maybe someone has already suggested the same but I failed to find their post. So, here's my thought.. Let's say I make a Win7 Home Premium x86 ISO with my serial (because I bought it, of course) with all updates up to today. And I keep that ISO on my drive for various purposes (virtual machine experiments, netbook installation, testing purposes). A month later that ISO will be outdated, there will be new updates. So, I fire up Win Toolkit, go to Downloads and Update Catalog. Here's what I'm thinking: is it possible for Win Toolkit to scan what updates are already in my extracted ISO's folder so it only offers me new ones and not 400+ of every update since SP1 release? Update Retriever would not work because I'm doing all this on an x64 machine while the ISO in question is x86. tl;dr is it possible for Win Toolkit to scan my extracted ISO's folder for installed updates and only offer me the new ones? Thanks and keep up the good work. PS - On one hand, this might be a long shot because I know how things went with nLite (errors and incompatibilities), on the other hand, XP is nothing like 7. Edit: Hope I'm not too late: in the current version of Win Toolkit, after installing updates to a 7 SP1 ISO's extracted folder, the Component Removal (under Advanced) shows all of these freshly installed updates. I don't want to remove them since I've just installed them - aren't they supposed to be hidden or am I missing something? Yeah, I know I could easily ignore them but on the other hand it makes (in my opinion) the list much much longer. Edit: Another request. In Win Toolkit's options, is it possible to arrange that when I manually pick my Temp folder that it does not create another WinToolkit folder within? Or does it have to be this way in order for software to work? Just wondering..
  9. Hello, First post :3 . Whenever I launch Win Toolkit (My version is v1.4.0.65) it asks if I want to update. Which is odd seeing as in the lower description box it says I have the latest version. If I click the "Yes" button I get an unhandled exception with the error of: I left out the whole "Jit Debugger" part because it's not useful. The buttons "No" and "Exit" work just fine as they should, and the update link has always worked for me until this version. I'm running Windows 7 X64 Ultimate SP1, latest updates from Microsoft of course, no .net altering software or anything. No pirated version of windows. No corruption in my files (Atleast what SFC says) and nothing else that I can think of that would spontaneously cause this issue other than the program itself. Thanks, I hope there is a solution to this or a fix to the program soon
  10. My system: Win7 Ultimate x64; desired system: revamped Win7 Starter-ish (yeah, I know.. but dude, it's for netbook! And no, I don't mind blank wallpaperless background.); using Win Toolkit version 1.4.0.32. I've had similar problem back in the days of XP and nLite and I was kind of hoping I wouldn't have to deal with this issue again. And yet... (Yes, I double checked everything prior deletion. No, there were no errors before, in the middle and after the process. Used AIO option.) Currently testing Starter in VirtualBox, also here's the stuff I still see around in install.wim even though they were ticked for deletion (comparing with an image that was used before the components deletion. It's an image of HomePremium SP1 downloaded from here with all the updates already installed beforehand): - DVD Maker - Windows Defender - Windows Mail - all sounds in Media folder - all language folders in System32 - all drivers (plus my owns) in DriverStore/FilesRepository - Recovery folder in System32 - Dr. Watson ... Also, Ease of Access Center is still available from Control Panel and it's fully working. Yes, I've set it to be deleted, too. Is there a bug or am I doing something wrong? Should I work with clean image next time and add updates along with AIO option (with nLite I always went with original ISO source and still got these problems. Yes, I am aware nLite and Win Toolkit are 2 different things..)? In that case.. It's going to be long hours of waiting. Well, about 5 of them, to be honest But I'll try it tomorrow just to make sure if that's the problem..
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