Gedrean Posted August 28, 2013 Share Posted August 28, 2013 So new poster, new stuff, all that love. I started out with an SP1 MSDN downloaded ISO of ultimate. 7-Zip to extract the ISO out to folder, deleted ei.cfg. Tried stuff with RT7Lite and all it did was create a bigger ISO that had no network drivers whatsoever... somehow. Found WT, it looked more updated and more likely to work. First used Windows Update Downloader but that had so many weird things going on I nuked it. Used WT it got to McRip (apparently) and downloaded some 403 updates (!!!). Got driverpacks, got way too many of those, some like 800+ drivers now in folders. Started on the disc, told it to delete home basic (I have no need of that) and select the remaining three. (Home P, Pro, Ult). Set up to integrate those 400 updates and 800 drivers, figured it'd be about 4-5 hours to run max. After about 4 hours, come back, have to clear some HDD space while it's integrating (wow it used a lot of space), but no errors show up. Then I see it's on image 1 of 3. Now it's on image 2 of 3 and starting over pretty much - is it seriously going to integrate all these updates and drivers into each image separately? There isn't a way to have it integrate into all 3 in one step? Finally, I see stuff on here about updates not working right, etc. When I integrated drivers in WT it showed some as pre-requisites, and I assumed that meant all was good. Long story short: Should I just hit cancel, wipe out what I've done so far, and seriously rethink the project of having an updated and drivered AIO Win7 disc? Or at least do a lot of research to find out what drivers to kill? Is there a better way for any of these steps? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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