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Windows 7: Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File

29 Dec 2011   #430
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
Sounds good! I have a couple of other unlocked isos but likely wouldn't be using them anyways already running the 64bit Ultimate. But I can give them a test as well as the two other slipstreams.
Same here, I just did it to see if it would work.


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29 Dec 2011   #431
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

Running it now on the locked SP1 isos. I expect it will take a bit to finish.



I can imagine I will need to have to get an 8gb flash drive to make up a usb install key from it. This will be mostly for testing of the program itself since I have spare drive free pending February for other testing.
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29 Dec 2011   #432
derekimo

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A few mins, I walked away from mine for a few and it was done when I got back.
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29 Dec 2011   #433
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

Mine weighed in at 4.64gb from having 27 of the updates compiled with SP 1 on the 64bit iso. It took about 15min. total with the initial start seemingly taking forever until you get to the second iso and everything is going at an accelerated pace.

The test with a burn later will be to see if you have the option of choosing between 32 or 64bit when first booting from it. I'm sure you saw that part.
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29 Dec 2011   #434
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
Mine weighed in at 4.64gb from having 27 of the updates compiled with SP 1 on the 64bit iso. It took about 15min. total with the initial start seemingly taking forever until you get to the second iso and everything is going at an accelerated pace.

The test with a burn later will be to see if you have the option of choosing between 32 or 64bit when first booting from it. I'm sure you saw that part.
Thats this right here,


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29 Dec 2011   #435
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

I noticed that in your other post you were doing this with the Starter edition. What I will do at some point with this working out is go for all updates at least for the 64bit at some 200 presently and wrap them all up for an AIO disk.
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29 Dec 2011   #436
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
I noticed that in your other post you were doing this with the Starter edition. What I will do at some point with this working out is go for all updates at least for the 64bit at some 200 presently and wrap them all up for an AIO disk.
I just did that to check the version, I'm alright with the updates coming later for now.

Here's the first batch,


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29 Dec 2011   #437
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

Well originally some of those were for IE 8 not 9 when I gathered them up for the 27 that were out at the time. Now I would have to go through a much lengthier list in order to be caught on everything.

But the main advantaged to all that is the installation of everything is all at once rather then the downloads of this or that later speeding things up if you need to get the system going in a short period of time. Don't forget to add the weight of all softwares you would normally have on as well.

Once that is done with everything completely on the next step would be creating a full system image especially if you have a second drive installed to store it on. Restoring an image made with all programs runs about 35min. on average. That can save on being off for a good half day if not longer to reinstall everything.
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29 Dec 2011   #438
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
Well originally some of those were for IE 8 not 9 when I gathered them up for the 27 that were out at the time. Now I would have to go through a much lengthier list in order to be caught on everything.

But the main advantaged to all that is the installation of everything is all at once rather then the downloads of this or that later speeding things up if you need to get the system going in a short period of time. Don't forget to add the weight of all softwares you would normally have on as well.

Once that is done with everything completely on the next step would be creating a full system image especially if you have a second drive installed to store it on. Restoring an image made with all programs runs about 35min. on average. That can save on being off for a good half day if not longer to reinstall everything.
Oh, I always image, they have saved me a few times.

I see the advantage of having it all in the install, I'm just not in need of that at the moment, I would like to have one eventually.
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29 Dec 2011   #439
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

This would be something for the rather novice to somewhat experienced user to consider spending the time to gather up all of the updates and then proceeding. For the more advanced users we can troubleshoot any problems that may appear with a particular updare going or simply be more selective on what is needed.

Update:

Upon seeing the AIO iso written to a flash drive mage bootable I viewed the files as they would look and later on the drive and noticed one thing that could any install when trying to combine the 32bit and 64bit isos into one main iso. The "setup.exe"(x86) and "setup64.exe" files would conflict with each other!

After a good write of the AIO iso to a good flash drive and success boot with it the Windows logo screen followed the loading files screen with progress bar as you would expect to see. And then the blue screen appears where you would typically expect to see the license agreement appear. It didn't! After a good deal of time the system was simply restarted.

Something didn't go right for not seeing any selector appear to choose between the 32bit and 64bit installation. It looked as if one of the two setup executables started everything likely the 32bit being in alphabetical order but stalled.
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