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Start 'All-In-One' tool with what Wim?


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I am in need of some help using Windows 7 Tools.

I have all the contents of a Windows 7 installation dvd in a folder. I also have the post sp1 updates from Solor in another folder.

The goal is to integrate these updates, and do some tweaks.

My guess was to start by using the “all-in-one tool”. To my shame that is where I already get stuck, since it asks for a WIM file?

Am I supposed to create one before hand, or do I choose one of the two present in the ‘Sources’ folder from the installation dvd? If so, which one, boot.wim or install.wim?

Tia! Jistme

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