Quote: Originally Posted by VistaKing
You might want to try using Windows AIK . oscdimg will allow you to create an iso from an .wim file. It will gather all the files and put it into an iso. I know it works cause that is what I do to install and test on vmware.
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Command: oscdimg.exe –bC:\expandedSetup\boot\etfsboot.com –u2 –h -m -lWIN_EN_DVD C:\expandedSetup\ C:\Windows 7.iso
The -m option doesn't appear to be working
It is also not listed in the /? file for OSCDIMG when I try and convert my 6.6gb image it comes back and says its larger then 4GB and errors out. Any suggestions around that? Is it possible that ADK is causing issues with the AIK command?
Well I uninstalled Win8 ADK, and ran a Repair of AIK, for no change. The -m function does not appear to be part of the oscdimg.exe command structure any longer. Which appears to limit my ISO image size to 4GB. Does anyone have any additional suggestions? Vistaking's suggestion would work except for the size issue, as I was able to use it for a smaller ISO.