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  1. Hello everybody, Today I will show you how to install Windows 8/8.1 on a PC without a CD/DVD/USB, directly onto the HDD, even without the installation wizard/setup ! [Fastest Method] Yesterday my new hard drive for my laptop arrived, and instead of cloning my existing disk, I decided to do a clean install of Windows 10. But I didnt have much time, cuz after installing windows 10, I had to copy my existing downloads, pictures, videos, install programs, etc. & I thought there must be some other way to easily install windows 10 without that installation wizard/setup. After some rese
  2. Does anyone know for certain if the unattended files created by the Unattended Creator work for Windows 8/8.1 images?
  3. Create Java Silent_Installers Svcpack AddOn Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Hash MD5 EDB7CAA558669A72E8FF65DC8E1F133E Filesize: 753 KB (771655 bytes) With this script you can create java 6/7 x86 and x64 Svcpack Addons and it doesn't need to be updated (supports also Java 8 beta). After extracted Create_Java_SVCPACK_AddOn.cab file, copy in same directory jre-*-windows-*.exe files (you can place there any installer version you want, even all at once if you want ot build
  4. I was in love with my windows xp professional. when I first received my new windows 8 system, it came pre-installed from HP. With first use I thought the person who designed this must have been high on drugs. Now in use for 2 months I am finally able to start being its boss. It took a lot of patience but since I can't beat it I joined it and now we mostly get along fine. But what is up with all the user accounts? This has been my biggest frustration. I am not a corporation nor do I have any family members using this PC. It is just me, administrator, user, and all the rest and I am constantly
  5. Classic Shell 4.1.0 - Versión de 32bits - Versión de 64bits
  6. On student and upgrade versions of Windows 8 there is no install.wim file. There is a install.esd file about the same size. Can that .esd file be temporarily renamed to install.wim to launch the Win Toolkit process then renamed back to install.esd before installing Windows 8?
  7. OnePiece CCleaner v4.0.0.4064 AddOn ENU Update (April 19 2013) Update (April 19 2013) Update (April 19 2013) Update (April 19 2013) Update (April 19 2013) Update (April 19 2013) Hash MD5 3F23032801B64D7C7B66C395C1AB64E4 Filesize: 2,72 MB (2854158 byte) compatible with Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista/7/8 32/64 bit No shortcut are added in Start menu. You find them in Control Panel instead. Right-click menu in recycle bin is on.
  8. Just Curious; Does WinToolKit use Dism or Pkgmgr to integrate updates on Windows 8?
  9. I would like to know the possibility count on a new tool. The ISO of Windows 8, bring in your source folder sxs, the "sources" to install netfx3. The netfx3 sources are the 32-bit version for Windows 8 32-bit and 64-bit to 64-bit version of the installer. These sources are used to install Net Frameworks from terminal like: dism /online /enable-feature /featurename: NetFX3 /All /source:X:\source\sxs /LimitAccess When using All-In-One Integrator, mix the contents of the images (*.wim) of 32 and 64 bits, but not the installation "sources" of netfx.Could you create a merge of .Net x86 and x64 in
  10. In v51 (next release) you will see a new main menu design. The changes I have made will hopefully allow beginners to see what each tool does whilst making the tool looking more professional. It looks great on Windows 8 and I have listened to users feedback about the design to make sure it's clean, sleek and less cluttered. The first thing you will notice is that all of the buttons are smaller as they are now 32x32 instead of 64x64, which has also allowed a smaller WinToolkit.exe filesize. Below i will go into detail of what has changed in each page. I've also changed some tooltip settings whic
  11. Here is my last session and screenshot. After installation, no metro apps are available on the start screen for running, except metro IE and app store. However, even if I use a non built-in administrator account with UAC on to run them, they will be automatically closed right after I clicked and opened them. I'm pretty sure there must be some reg tweaks in WinToolkit that disabled the metro app platform or app container from being installed properly during windows installation, but I just don't know which tweaks. Can someone help me? Thanks. BTW, it was installed on a VHDX for native boot by u
  12. Windows 8 Consumer Preview It's Windows reimagined and reinvented from a solid core of Windows 7 speed and reliability. It's an all-new touch interface. It's a new Windows for new devices. And it's your chance to be one of the first to try it out. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/consumer-preview
  13. Since Windows 7 Toolkit also works on Windows 8, do you think i should change the name? if so, do you have any ideas? Also what do you guys think about this W7T description i'm trying to make.
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