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http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366278/03.jpg
http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366277/01.jpg
http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366276/01x86__1_.jpg
http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366275/integrate.jpg
http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366274/01x86__2_.jpg
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http://hizliresimyukle.com/showpic-366272/02.jpg

But

WinToolkit150-1_Test38 not integrate / shows not added

More pictures will be added

LanguagePackError.txt

2012-11-14_19-29-15_2012-11-14_19-29-15.ini

Packages (2).txt

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Sorry, but I don'really understand your post!

What are you complaining about?

You get IE9 integrated (2nd picture) and KB971033 has been integrated, if you get the chance to uninstallit, or not??

BTW:

KB 971033 will be automatically downloaded and installed, if an (optional) Update from MS-Download-Center or an optional MS-Software (for example Miscrosoft Security Essentials) need to proof the genuinity of your MS-software.

Regards, Thiersee

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Adding IE9, but in the list name does not appear.

I did more than one trial. For both x86 and x64.

http://hizliresimyuk...5/integrate.jpg

http://hizliresimyuk...c-366279/04.jpg

And on DISM;

Prerequisites Screen;

First ; Language Pack

After ; IE9

otherwise

Processing 3 of 102 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer-LanguagePack ~ 31bf3856ad364e35 ~ amd64 ~ tr-TR ~ 9.4.8112.16421

[=========================== 90.0% ==================== ]

Processing 4 of 102 -

Error: 14 099

The image is no longer Specified serviceable.Unmount the image and discard your changes. Mount the original image to try the operation again.

Package Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer-LanguagePack pending updates may have failed due to servicing components in the image. Try the command again. PackageMicrosoft-Windows-Client-Refresh-LanguagePack-Package pending updates may have failed due to servicing components in the image. Try the command in the command completed with again.The errors.For For more information, refer to the log file.

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@rulman

I think "prerequisites" and all that, what has to do with "prerequisites, does not appear in the "integrated" list.

I tried an integration with only IE9, german LP and update KB2761451 and installed ISO (VM):

as you can see in the appended images, are all three "green", are NOT present in the "Integrated" list but are all installed!

IE9 as .EXE, DE-LP and KB2761451 as .MSU, all on a new and clean (only ei.cfg removed) Win7 SP1-ISO

Regards, Thiersee

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@ Thiersee;

The problem seems to be actually open.

IE9 is being built but the name does not appear in the list when it has finished.

As a matter of integrated IE9 or Language Pack does not appear at the end of the process screen.

The interesting thing about the setup is loaded when you have made shows.

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Another question: Which W7 version did you use (SP1, yes or no)?

On the last screenshot I see update KB976902 which is a pre-SP1 system update as Thiersee already stated.

Strange that I found it in a freshly installed W7 SP1 -- it can't be removed later by running

wusa.exe /uninstall /kb:976902

The date of this update goes back to the year 2010, so I doubt it's part of SP1 (date stamp: mid 2011).

Personally, I see no use for it in a current W7 build.

Where does it come from? And how may I prevent its integration?

:huh:

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I use Edition Basic,Premium,Pro,Ultimate


File Name: en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677460.iso
Languages: English
SHA1: 65FCE0F445D9BF7E78E43F17E441E08C63722657

File Name: en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677332.iso
Languages: English
SHA1: 36AE90DEFBAD9D9539E649B193AE573B77A71C83

File Name: tr_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677404.iso
Languages: Turkish
SHA1: 86A6B3B55E7FC2CEC798806A80263CA59B77A992

File Name: tr_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677484.iso
Languages: Turkish
SHA1: C352F8B7071A7893EDECACC02AF1421F1CB6BF32

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Another question: Which W7 version did you use (SP1, yes or no)?

On the last screenshot I see update KB976902 which is a pre-SP1 system update as Thiersee already stated.

Strange that I found it in a freshly installed W7 SP1 -- it can't be removed later by running

wusa.exe /uninstall /kb:976902

The date of this update goes back to the year 2010, so I doubt it's part of SP1 (date stamp: mid 2011).

Personally, I see no use for it in a current W7 build.

Where does it come from? And how may I prevent its integration?

:huh:

Win7 Pro SP1 german (x17-59885).

KB976902 is a Paket-Manager of Win7 and comes with the SP1 too; you can't prevent the installation and you can't deinstall it!

The first version appeared in October 2010 and the new version in January 2011; the paket was a prerequisite for future updates,

first of all SP1, and has been substituted with KB 2533552.

KB2533552 comes per Windows-Update, even if you integrated it in your ISO with WinToolkit.

If you can read german =search&serendipity[searchTerm]=976902&serendipity[searchButton]=%3E"]this site will be helpful.

MfG, Thiersee

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KUC / You cannot remove this update ( SP1 windows-servicingstack )

wusa.exe /uninstall /kb:976902

http://b1211.hizliresim.com/13/j/fzmx2.jpg

WUA not added to the package

http://b1211.hizliresim.com/13/j/fzmvv.jpg

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Hi rulman,

can you please set your links with this symbol, instead to write them in a box?

WUA not added to the package

What do you mean?

May be, you mean the "Install pending"?

If yes, this mean they have been added (integrated) but not yet installed, this happens when you install Windows.

TNX, Thiersee

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W7T manually and is integrated with, not much of a problem here.

The problem actually begins after this.

Does not appear in the list of integrated WUA/IE9.

But;

t37/4.0.77 consist of such a problem with.

As an example;

Post 7 last picture

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Are you talking about:

1) The last picture in post 7 seems to show that some of the updates are listed as "Install Pending", is that what you are calling an error? My understanding is that those things will be installed when the OS is actually installed, not when the WIM is built by Win Toolkit, so there really is no error. Isn't that correct?

or

2) Or are you saying that you expected to see IE9 and WUA listed in that picture, and since they aren't, then that is the error? Have you tried installing your OS, either in VM or on real hardware, to see if the items were installed correctly after all? In other words, is the problem that the items are not installed, or just that they are not listed in that picture?

or

3) Something else?

Cheers and Regards

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KB976902 is a Paket-Manager of Win7 and comes with the SP1 too; you can't prevent the installation

Thank you for clarifying this! Just thought that it should be possible to have KB2533552 alone, but obviously that's not the case.

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