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First; let me express my gratitude for this great application (Win Toolkit)! I have "always" used RT Se7en Lite / RT7 Lite in the past, but I always had problems with it. Win Toolkit looks and works so much better (as far as I have tested it so far). Secondly; I do have a quick question and though I did use the forum's search function though I couldn't find an answer on my question. I have created an image with all updates and necessary applications (which I needed), removed several things and tweaked it a bit more. Since I don't use (or have) a DVD drive anymore, I will need to use the "USB Boot Preparation"-function from the "Intermediate" menu, so it will make the USB-stick bootable. And next I will copy the contents over. However I have a question regarding this; I have a UEFI enabled / capable BIOS. Will it automatically setup the USB-stick correctly for UEFI installation or should I first make an .iso (through ISO Maker) with "UEFI" / "BIOS and UEFI" option and copy the contents of the created .iso to the USB-stick? I am sorry if it sounds stupid, but I just want to make sure that I am doing everything correctly before I start messing around. Normally I would have just tried it, however I am currently at work (building the image during worktime) and I don't have a USB-stick here. So I cannot test it straight away. Thanks in advance! Highly appreciated.
Hello, actually I have serious problems with the driver recognition. I am using a standard Windows 7 x64 SP1. I integerated the driver with W7K and but it is not recognized. When I try in the setup then to choose it manually, it is not accepted, no such hardware available. I had this problem before with another Windows 7 source and I could solve it by using a clean MSDN x64 SP1 one. Are there any options in W7K known that can cause this problem? Driving me insane making one image after the other :-/ Greetings
Hello. When I select Windows 7 x64 in SoLoR downloader it offers me 359 Updates to download. But when I do a fresh Windows 7 install and use Windows Update, there are only offered 61 Updates to me. Why does SoLoR have 298 more? And how are the Updates integrated? I somewhere read that just all the Hotfix-Installations are executed whilst the normal installation progress so it is not really a time advantage against manual installation. Is that true? Is there a difference in what order Update-Integration and Component Removal are being used? I mean, when I remove some components an then integrate updates which normally would update a component I just removed, will this update be ignored then? Or should I always use Component Removal after Update Integration just to be sure? Thanks