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Windows 7 AIO SP1 slipstream help


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kevkid

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I have an All in one windows 7 disk, but it doesn't have sp1 slip streamed in it. What would be the best way to slipstream this. I know that there are two Service packs for different architectures. How would I be able to install both service packs for both architectures on my all in one disk?

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Hey kevkid. I think this will do the job. Make sure you select 'Apply to all images' on the Slipstream SP1 menu.

http://www.rt7lite.com/

Edit:

Right. I forgot about the x86 and x64 thing. This will only do the job on one of the architectures. We need an AIO specialist like 'Neige', one of our Admins.

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Ohh, What i was thinking was to use rt7lite to slipstream sp1 to one architecture, build the disk, then slipstream to the other architecture build the disk then merge.

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Sounds good! I don't think RT7Lite merges x86 and x64 ISOs though right?

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No but you can merge the wims. What i am actually doing is merging all of the sku's into one wim (individual architecture like one x86 wim and one x64 wim) then insert the service pack in to each. Merge the two wims together then create an ISO. Sorry about the poor explanation. I will post any of my findings

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If you want to use the AIO then you will need to export ea image,  that is the way they were entered into so to make the AIO...



you might google how to make AIO Windows 7 iso... then make sure when u do the new install is not too big or you will have to compress all  again after you extract them.

Lots of reading on how to do what u want ... or simply DL the newer AIO with SP1 included.

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Yes, I tried doing this but dism would tell me that the windows directory is not valid :( It makes me want to use a different AIO. I will Keep trying though.

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Yes, I tried doing this but dism would tell me that the windows directory is not valid :( It makes me want to use a different AIO. I will Keep trying though.

why do you post something that we can help u with... like the log of dism.
your doing something wrong.... and if your not willing to give us more than "windows directory is not valid "
then all I can suggest is use a different AIO... it is your doing something wrong not the program AIO.
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Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright © 2009 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Users\User>dism /

Error: 87

DISM doesn't recognize the command-line option "".
For more information, refer to the help by running DISM.exe /?.

The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log

C:\Users\User>
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Okay sorry about the lateness, I ended up fixing what was wrong. What I did was just extract the ultimate version of the x86 architecture. Then it allowed me to make changes. I was actually going to thank snuffy right after I saw his last post because I followed what he did and it worked.  :headbang: I just haven't had a super amount of time to work on this :( I will keep this thread updated. btw thanks snuffy

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NP, and glad that you finally got it working....
:histerija: :histerija:
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So i have a few wims I want to put onto an iso, How could i do that?

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imagex is the way I do it... faster that way.
links on how can be found by google - "How to Create the Intergated ISO"
here is what i use for a sample of how to.
What You’ll need
1.Installation ISOs for Windows 7 x86 and x64 (any edition)
2.ISO creation / editing software such as UltraISO
3.Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit

How to Create the Intergated ISO
1.Using UltraISO, extract the \ SOURCES \ INSTALL.WIM files from both the x86 and x64 ISO files.  If you do not have ISO files you can create them from your DVDs
2.Rename these INSTALL.WIM files as x86.WIM and x64.WIM
3.With the Windows 7 AIK installed on your computer run the Deployment Tools Command Prompt
4.Type the following commands in the Command Prompt window adding any folder destinations as necessary…
1.IMAGEX /EXPORT x86.WIM 5 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Ultimate x86?
2.IMAGEX /EXPORT x64.WIM 4 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Ultimate x64?
3.IMAGEX /EXPORT x86.WIM 4 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Professional x86?
4.IMAGEX /EXPORT x64.WIM 3 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Professional x64?
5.IMAGEX /EXPORT x86.WIM 3 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Home Premium x86?
6.IMAGEX /EXPORT x64.WIM 2 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Home Premium x64?
7.IMAGEX /EXPORT x86.WIM 2 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Home Basic x86?
8.IMAGEX /EXPORT x64.WIM 1 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Home Basic x64?
9.IMAGEX /EXPORT x86.WIM 1 INSTALL.WIM “Windows 7 Starter x86?

5.This will integrate all the contents from the various version WIM files into a single INSTALL.WIM file
6.Using UltraISO, copy this new INSTALL.WIM into the SOURCES folder in your Windows 7 x86 ISO file
7.From the SOURCES folder delete the file EI.CFG from the same ISO file
8.Save the ISO file

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also just a reminder.... if you put a server edition in with windows it will fail....
only made AIO Windows or AIO Server. do not try to combine... it will not work.
M$ has written so. u can use /info with imagex to find what the install.wim actually has in it.
sample: imagex /info g:\install\x64.wim  or x86.wim

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ohh I thought i would have had to use a PEnviroment. Again I thank you snuffy

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You can use the PEnviroment method but I have never did that one... so I can not help you.
I have heard of it. & have seen some Recovery Disk make with it...

If i can be of assistance again. let me know.


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I meant to say "Thanks" for the steps Snuffy. Copied for my next swing at this.
I've been too dependent on Neige for my AIOs.  :histerija:

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Yes, I do understand, DeReaper, RastaMag and Neige have spoiled us all.....
they decided to go to school or take vacationa an Gasp I had to start learning how to do some stuff...

(PS: I'm trying to learn) and when I'm stuck usually one of them pops in for a bit and WHAM i get an answer on how to do faster and better.... dism, imagex, protogon (jeesh makes my head spin.)

:histerija: :histerija: :histerija:

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You're doing a damn fine job, Snuffy, since some of us are learning by your posts, and progress.  :headbang:

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I got it to work, Thanks snuffy, also i did find this when I tested my AIO disk on virtualbox which the AIO has server 2008 r2 on it. It gave me an error 0xc0000225 in virtualbox and I used this to install it:
http://zerverroom.com/blog/archives/101
Now it works like a charm

Edit: I tried to slipstream sp1 onto server 2008 r2 using this guide for windows 7:
http://superuser.com/questions/249275/slipstream-windows-7-service-pack-1
but it didn't install sp1 :(. any way to slipstream it using dism?

Edited by Mod: Plz code external links.

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Anyone? Sorry to post again. Wasnt sure if anyone saw the edit I made to my last post. About how to slipstream sp1 to windows server 2008 r2? I am having trouble with it :(

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See if this helps. I don't have a R2 ISO to see if applicable.

http://beyondwindows...p?topic=26949.0

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