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  1. I've researched the subject and have found almost all info needed to construct a batch command pipeline except how to get all keys from .reg file (or from command line) to get properly inserted into mounted subkey. I did found info about method involving running reg/regedit under desired user account, but i doubt it would work for user accounts inside wim and i also need to target key "HKU/.DEFAULT". I didn't test this. I have succeeded importing a hand-crafted .reg file into mounted subkey, but this would require me to manually alter all keys in .reg file so they get under required
  2. blagasamuel

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    Hi! I added all updates from Mcrip. After 9 h and 30 mins( a long time!!!!!), all of the updates were integrated. But i received an error. I attached the image: The text from the error box is: Exception: Tool Name: All-In-One Integrator (1.4.1.14) (Windows 7 ULTIMATE)Image Name: Windows 7 ULTIMATEFileName: "D:\Aplicatii\WinToolkit141-14\Imagex.exe"Argument: /Unmount "C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount" /commitWIM File: C:\Win7\sources\install.wimMount Logging: TrueDrive Type: FixedFree Space: 68.38 GBIsReady: TrueFile Exists: TrueDirectory Exists: TrueFiles: Directories: *C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Moun
  3. Hi all, With imagex i made a install.wim file from xp pro. I made from a 26 gb big partition C: Than i format the hole harddrive. After it i made a 30 big partition ash drive c: I wash happy that i could just restore the install.wim with imagex and all worked. I did a TIME taking reinstall of my Vista Home Premium recovery disk's. (Installed sp1 and sp2 + 150 updates. Did really take long to Install update Vista bloadware) After it i did a sysprep and used imagex in the next step to make a install.wim. Happy me finally got my Vista updated and backed up. Sow now i could format the anoying Vist
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