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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 locations. If there is no other solution, i will try to put something together to partially automate this task.
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 (18.104.22.168) (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\Mount\$Recycle.Bin *C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount\Documents and Settings *C:\WinToolkit_Temp \Mount\PerfLogs *C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount\Program Files *C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount\Program Files (x86) *C:\WinToolkit_Temp \Mount\ProgramData *C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount\Users *C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount\WindowsSetting taskbar ProgressSetting taskbar ColourDumping RegistryStartingStartedClosing #0Closing #1Closing #2Detecting cause of error #1Detecting cause of error #2Detecting cause of error #3Detecting cause of error #4 ImageX Tool for WindowsCopyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.Version: 6.1.7601.21716Committing: [C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount]...[ ERROR ] C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount\Windows\System32\config\SOFTWARE (Error = 32)Unmount Error: Changes to the Image could not be commited.More Info:The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. FixedC:\68.38 GB Please help me. Unlocker 64 bit says that nobody uses the proces imagex.exeI am not gonna give OK on the error until i receive some help. Some Details:-Windows 7 ultimate x64 image is downloaded from Microsoft.-I don't have any spaces anywhere in the path or image-I am an administrator. But i did not run wintoolkit.exe with the right click option 'Run as administrator"-I have Over 50 GB free space on C partition.-I don' t have antivirus for the moment.-I use the latest stable version 22.214.171.124-I am using WIndows 7 Ultimate 64 bit-I am working on windows 7 utimate x64 image-No i didn' saved the log file. I use rollback rx latest version, because i could not delete C:\WinToolkit_Temp\Mount. They were to many files and some files i just could not delete them. Unlocker did not saved me. Please help!Sory for my english.
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 Vista from my harddrive. Sow now i did use imagex again and restore my xp install.wim to the c drive. (I did format the drive 100% before image restore. Slow option) When i did boot i did get the message err1err3 Why does xp not work? Something wrong with the bootloader ore bootsect maybe?