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Windows 7: Integrate7 script automatically download and slipstream all updates!

4 Weeks Ago   #131
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

@ZakGordon7

I don't know why wkeller decided to remove SR by default.

However, he has made it easy to change that part:

Integrate7.cmd change line 35 from set RemoveSR=1 to set RemoveSR=0


I had thought about including some optional removals in my script. Though I would not remove SR a few other things could be optionally removed - for example defender and gadgets.

There is little to be gained, and there are many permutations which would involve extra user input, so I haven't implemented it .

Update your Win 7 installation media.


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4 Weeks Ago   #132
dsperber

Windows 7 Pro x64 (1), Win7 Pro X64 (2)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
@ZakGordon7

I don't know why wkeller decided to remove SR by default.

However, he has made it easy to change that part:

Integrate7.cmd change line 35 from set RemoveSR=1 to set RemoveSR=0
Probably because most "Tweaks for SSD" articles recommend disabling "restore points" functionality if you've installed Windows to SSD. I think the Windows installer itself will do this automatically if you're targeting to an SSD, at least I'm sure the Win10 installer does that.

To each his own, of course, but I've got SR off on all my Win7/Win10 machines (which all do have SSD's for Windows). Instead I take nightly Macrium Reflect "system image" backups to external large USB 3.0 backup drives (retaining a week's worth, just in case) as my own way of insuring easy and quick and guaranteed recovery to a working Windows environment known (as per daily backup) to have 100% integrity.

My own experience in years past with "system restore" actually totally and successfully undoing or backing out something harmful or detrimental that was installed or happened spontaneously or accidentally is less than 100%. I feel MUCH MORE SECURE reverting, if I have to, to "last night's known operational and working system environment" using Macrium. I will simply then re-do anything I need to which happened between last night and now, and even then only if necessary.

To each his own.
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4 Weeks Ago   #133
coromonadalix

win10 pro workstation
 
 

Does your script could work with AIO DVD's ??
I have an dvd with 14 indexes in a 6gb size install.esd ..... i want to integrate some updates in all the indexes, i know it could or will take a long time ..

Do i have to extract all the indexes separately, do the updates and repack them in one ??

Your script handle wim files but i need esd support ??

And i tried with your script an normal install.wim file in a win 7 pro dvd, it suddenly close in admin rights in my win 10 session ?? is there a way to add a pause to see the errors before it quit ? i'm no good with scripts.

Found out all the waik and dism tools i need.

thks
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4 Weeks Ago   #134
Hueristic

 
 

Interestingly admin rights were not applied which had a unexpected effect of applying "echo" to a variable (ImageArchitecture IIRC) and I didn't notice this the first few times it failed as it flew by the initial DISM commands with privilege failure. I would recommend putting a pause on error on a privilege failure. I ended up having to run a elevated command session and execute the script from that location rather than using the run as admin option. Obviously this is an issue with the install on the host but an error trap would have notified me of this immediately. Great work and thanks for the share, I haven't run a batch file in so long I couldn't follow the script for debugging, had to wipe alot of cobwebs off! Lol getting old.
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2 Weeks Ago   #135
bobby76

windows seven
 
 

Thank you, wkeller. It's working.

I had to use CSM mode in bios to load the windows installation. The regular UEFI mode didn't work.

At first, I tried the regular integrate7 iso, but it wouldn't let me install windows because a driver for "CD/DVD" was missing.

I switched over to the integrate7 iso with drivers because I have USB 3 ports. This time windows installed fully, but it became stuck on the last step called "finalizing settings" or something. I had to shut down the computer, but I was able to then boot into safe mode. Windows seems fine now.

Question: Why is UAC (user account control) off? Isn't it helpful to keep software in the proper folders and limit registry access?
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1 Week Ago   #136
bobby76

windows seven
 
 

It turns out that the windows install didn't get stuck. I just have to wait about 12 minutes during "finalizing settings". I simply wasn't patient enough, so I turned off the computer at the time.

I did get a weird message about the hard drive not having the right partitions, so I used diskpart to clear it before the windows install continued.
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1 Week Ago   #137
ian50

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

bobby76


> " ... "finalizing settings" ..."


Yes. I waited over an hour with the dial stuck on 64%. Eventually I gave in and turned the machine right off, waited 30 seconds and turned it on again, fully expecting to have to start all over.


A pleasant surprise - the screen went straight and instantly to 85% "finalizing settings" and then zipped right through to 100% done. A few auto reboots later and the installation was completely updated and stable. Probably I should have waited another half-hour, as the process had clearly been ongoing (64%-->85%). The only thing "stuck" was the count dial.
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