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Windows 7: Update your Win 7 installation media.

01 Nov 2019   #511
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

vcredist_x64_Win7_20190716.WA is integrated by the Simplix pack. If you don't use Simplix, the .wa files also won't be integrated.

What were you doing to get those dism messages?


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01 Nov 2019   #512
goopy

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

I ran 7updater to integrate drivers, mainly the ones provided by the tool. The error messages appeared towards the end on boot.wim injection. Haven't tried simplix.
The system is w7x64 ultimate.
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01 Nov 2019   #513
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

I don't know what those dism errors are. Obviously something to do with MS dism. Nothing to do with the 7Up script.

New version 7UPv40 on first post. Lang packs need to be in the root of the LANGPACK\Bootx64 and LANGPACK\Installx64 folder.
They won't be integrated if they are all in subfolders.

Well done for locating the tw lang files
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3 Weeks Ago   #514
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

New version on first post 7UPv41.

Fixed issue with spaces in distribution folder.
Fixed issue with dism switching.
Added latest Samsung nvme drivers v3.2.0.1910
Optionally downloads latest SIMPLIX:
Code:
Added KB3125574-v4-x86-x64 with telemetry disabled (replaced individual KBs)
Added KB4523206-x86-x64 (replace KB4516655-x86-x64)
Added KB4525235-x86-x64 with disabling telemetry and processor verification (replaces KB4519976-x86-x64)
Certificate renewal similar to KB931125 and KB2917500 for November 2019
Now many fewer KBs utlised for the update session

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The number of installed updates - 59
Total installation time of UpdatePack - 49:29


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1 Week Ago   #515
Aardvarkly

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

I'm trying to make notes how to make a new installation disk for a fresh install on a new PC. (W7 Pro x64)

I have downloaded the 7UPv41 zip file to a folder on a different PC. In that same folder I have placed the Updates MS nvme Win7x64 zip file. What is my next step? Put a W7 ISO in the same folder? I have ordered a new DVD RW burner that does Dual Layer so I can get everything onto one DVD for the installation. What else do I need to put in that folder for burning?
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1 Week Ago   #516
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

If you want to integrate the MS nvme UPDATES, they need to be extracted from the zip and copied into the UPDATES\Bootx64 folder AND into the UPDATES\Installx64 folder.

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Then you need to extract the iso file onto your hard drive. You can run the extract-iso.cmd to do it for you.

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Then you need to rt click and run as administrator on the 7UPDATER.cmd

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1 Week Ago   #517
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

The SIMPLIX pack has been changed since I uploaded 7UPv41.

You can either download the new 7UPv42.zip or you can just replace the getpack.cmd in 7Upv41 with this one getpack.zip


If you like, you can then run getpack.cmd first, before running 7UPDATER.cmd.

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It might take several minutes to download the pack, depending on your connection speed. Quite slow for metoday.

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1 Week Ago   #518
goopy

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
New version on first post 7UPv41.
Fixed issue with spaces in distribution folder.
Fixed issue with dism switching.
Added latest Samsung nvme drivers v3.2.0.1910
Optionally downloads latest SIMPLIX:
Code:
...
Added KB4523206-x86-x64 (replace KB4516655-x86-x64)
...
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Thanks for v41.
Boot64.efi is missing in the updated 32bit versin. Not supported?
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1 Week Ago   #519
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Obviously, there is no bootx64.efi in 32 bit win7.
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1 Week Ago   #520
Aardvarkly

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
If you want to integrate the MS nvme UPDATES, they need to be extracted from the zip and copied into the UPDATES\Bootx64 folder AND into the UPDATES\Installx64 folder.

Attachment 410262

Then you need to extract the iso file onto your hard drive. You can run the extract-iso.cmd to do it for you.

Attachment 410263


Then you need to rt click and run as administrator on the 7UPDATER.cmd

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I am sinking further and further into the unknown with this. I am just trying to get everything in one place to simplify a fresh install. I don't want to upset my running PC by changing anything in it or running updaters. How about if I just forget about including the MS nvme updates in my install disk. I can't remember why I would need them anyway, I don't know what they are but I read somewhere they were necessary? Something to do with needing them if I wanted to install on an SSD. I can leave out the SSD and use a spinner instead if that will simplify things. I'm not after a super fast gaming rig, just used for normal domestic stuff and internet. I tried on another thread here to ask someone to put together a disk for me but was informed that is against the rules. It seems like unless people have extensive knowledge the highly technical advice here (although well meant and helpful) is far too complicated. I had to ask what a root drive is a few days ago. I'm up against this sort of jargon in every post I read.
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