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How to combine languages ​​in Windows 7 ?


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Which version of Windows are you integrating into, WIndows 7 Ultimate x64? for example.

Does the install.wim have both x86 and x64 images? (All-In-One)

It would be great if you could open a new thread in the Windows 7 Toolkit subforum.

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Which version of Windows are you integrating into, WIndows 7 Ultimate x64? for example.

Does the install.wim have both x86 and x64 images? (All-In-One)

It would be great if you could open a new thread in the Windows 7 Toolkit subforum.

I use windows 7 x86 Bit !!

I want to combine languages ​​to this version to be optional for the user to the language you want ..

I've held Languages ​​exe format and you convert cab and incorporated in the version did not show what he sacrificed the picture above ..

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Can I do to develop a new topic in the Department of Windows 7 Toolkit subforum ?

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Seems to be working for you, your just missing the initial screen.

Which language are you trying to integrate?

What language is currently installed on your current computer?

Is the DVD Windows 7 SP1 or SP0?

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SP0 might not have that screen, i will check is a do have a SP0 disk lying around.

From the screen you last put it seemed the languages integrated fine but your missing that screen you wanted :)

I have 2 tasks for you.

1. Can you please attach Sources\lang.ini from the setup dvd please?

2. Mount the 2nd image (Microsoft Windows Setup (x86)) in Boot.wim and attach the Sources\lang.ini from that too

please rename the attachments so i know which one is which :)

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I want success for the integrate languages ​​and then combine the service pack 1 ..

lang.ini from (setup DVD)

[Available UI Languages]

ar-SA = 2

en-US = 3

[Fallback Languages]

en-US = en-us

----

lang.ini from (boot.wim-index2)

[Available UI Languages]

ar-SA = 2

en-US = 3

[Fallback Languages]

en-US = en-us

...

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I want success for the integrate languages ​​and then combine the service pack 1 ..

lang.ini from (setup DVD)

[Available UI Languages]

ar-SA = 2

en-US = 3

[Fallback Languages]

en-US = en-us

----

lang.ini from (boot.wim-index2)

[Available UI Languages]

ar-SA = 2

en-US = 3

[Fallback Languages]

en-US = en-us

...

Everything seems to look fine, i will have to check when i find my SP0 disk.

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Ok,

Windows 7 SP1 with SP1 Language Pack shows the screen.

Windows 7 SP0 with SP1 Language Pack shows the screen.

Windows 7 SP0 with SP0 Language Pack shows the screen.

I think it just maybe your disc, however from the print screens you have provided the languages where integrated fine, it does not show that screen. The user will just have to select the language from the drop down list instead.

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Thanks for the information ..

Can you explain the steps to integrate the languages ​​only .. Your way

For sp0 or sp1 .. ?

And any image integrated (install.wim) or (boot.wim) Or BOTH ?

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Ok, i use the 'Language Pack Converter' to convert the language pack exe to cab.

Then got to All-In-One Integrator, select the image(s) you want to integrate languages into

*Click 'Updates + Langauges' and then add your new language pack .cab

* Click Start

That should do it :)

How was you integrating them before?

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Thanks Legolash2o

You have successfully process .. See the picture

Mcp07573.png

Methods integrated in both languages ​​*. Wim .. After converting from exe to cab!!

Now, how can sp1 Integrate in version after merging languages​​?

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