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Windows 7: New ISO using wim

23 Sep 2018   #1
Billcu

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 
New ISO using wim

I there a simple tutorial that shows the most basic things you need to do using install.wim and such to create an individualized win7?


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23 Sep 2018   #2
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi Billcu, welcome to Seven Forums,

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Billcu View Post
Is there a simple tutorial that shows the most basic things you need to do using install.wim and such to create an individualized win7?
What sort of customisation and things are you talking about?
There are utilities, such as DISM++, MSMG ToolKit, NTLite, Win Toolkit etc.
Without knowing exactly what you want to do, we can't really recommend a suitable solution!

I hope this helps!
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23 Sep 2018   #3
Billcu

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

I need to to learn those tools. What I want to do is make a simple win 7 disk as simple as possible that would boot and run. XML files have to be verified, bcdboot might be needed. I know the WIMfiles have different versions of windows. win pro or home I would like to make a bootable ISO, usb or dvd.
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26 Sep 2018   #4
Snick

Win 10 x64, Linux Lite, Win 7 x64, BlackArch, Kali, VMWare Workstation Player, OpenVPN
 
 

Do you want to create a Win7 Install USB or run Win7 from USB?
Install USB
Win7 ISO,TechBench download ultimate version, then use eicfg_removal_utility.zip to make all versions available, then burn to USB with Rufus 3.3, or Rufus 3.3 Portable
or
to DVD with ImgBurn
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26 Sep 2018   #5
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

I think he wants to create customized install media.
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26 Sep 2018   #6
Billcu

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snick View Post
Do you want to create a Win7 Install USB or run Win7 from USB?
Install USB
Win7 ISO,TechBench download ultimate version, then use eicfg_removal_utility.zip to make all versions available, then burn to USB with Rufus 3.3, or Rufus 3.3 Portable
or
to DVD with ImgBurn

To tell the truth, actually both.
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26 Sep 2018   #7
Billcu

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
I think he wants to create customized install media.

Yes and I am using adk. The SIM tool. But IDK all those components and such and the settings. I get all kinds of errors and SIM says the XML file will not be verified. I guess MS is using Web markup language files now.
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26 Sep 2018   #8
Billcu

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Would anyone know where I can get some kind of virtual machine to run on win 7 ultimate that would allow me to run win 10? Or does it not work that way?
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26 Sep 2018   #9
Snick

Win 10 x64, Linux Lite, Win 7 x64, BlackArch, Kali, VMWare Workstation Player, OpenVPN
 
 

SIW2 is the install media person.
Hyper V isn't available, although VMWare Player and Virtualbox have free versions that run on win 7. I have VMWare Workstation Player with is their free version.
You could setup dual boot Win7 and Win10 on your HDD or SSD too!
Download VMware Workstation Player | VMware
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How to Dual Boot Windows 7 and Windows 10 - YouTube
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26 Sep 2018   #10
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

On the Win XP era I have used nLite and it was very good.
Now there is a nLite version for win7-10. Have never used, so can't say if it's good.
nLite - Deployment Tool for the bootable Unattended Windows installation
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