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Windows 7: Update your Win 7 installation media

1 Week Ago   #761
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It isn't just clicking a cmd file. The user would need to select the wim, then the images need to be dispalyed. The user the needs to select the image to mount. Then a mount point has to be selected, it has to be a suitable point, and checks need to be made for any other mounted images.Or it could autocreate a new point, but that doesn't let the user select - which might be useful if e.g. running out of space in current directory, and so on.



Use dism++ it has a very obvious UI.


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1 Week Ago   #762
10Fan

Windows 10 x64
 
 

I have no idea what I was doing wrong the first time, but I have managed to integrate the Simplix pack no problem now, so I had no need to mess about adding cab files etc. Thanks to anyone that helped.

After installing the updated Windows 7 x64 in a VM today, Windows Update said these 5 hotfixes were needed:

KB947821 (this is gigantic, 538 MB)
KB2676562 (6.54 MB)
KB2813347 (4.31 MB)
KB2952664 (6.92 MB)
KB3123479 (205 KB)

All are MSU files so, I will add these to the folder "7UPv50\UPDATES\Installx64" and see what happens on the next install in a VM.

EDIT: the above was true on Windows 7 Ultimate x64, but on the Enterprise edition, no hotfixes were required after integrating the Simplix pack using 7updater. It's probably the only time I have installed Windows and seen a green shield in Windows Update lol.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by negg View Post
Just to let you know simplix has been updated to Version 20.3.12. I don't believe your script will use this file.
It does. It works. Just put UpdatePack7R2-20.3.12.exe in the 7UPv50 folder (not in a sub-folder!)

Cheers folks.
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