Integrate7 script automatically download and slipstream all updates!

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  1. Posts : 7,029
    Windows 7 HP 64
       #21

    In my opinion the Win 7 installation disk should only be updated with new SATA, USB 3.x and M.2 drivers that are needed for your hardware to install Win 7.
    The main reason is that after Win 7 installation, some updates prevents to install some drivers.
    PCIe Wi-Fi class N (150Mbps) ONLY doesn't work under Win7 HP
    The other reason is that until January 2020 there will be more updates released.

    As I don't like Win 10 for many reasons and I intent to use Win 7 for many years after January 2020, this is what I'm doing:
    - I have a disk image of my Win 7 just after a fresh install with all updates and drivers installed (no programs or data)
    - I have a collection of all new SATA, USB 3.x and M.2 drivers. (Intel and AMD).
    - I have all WU files (SP2 and security only updates). Also have Framework 4.8, C++ 14 and Direct x MS releases SP2 for Windows 7
    - I have latest offline Simplix UpdatePack 7 and wsusoffline - Offline Windows and Office Update .
    - I also have all Office 2010 updates (wsusoffline)
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  2. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter
       #22

    Megahertz07 said:
    In my opinion the Win 7 installation disk should only be updated with new SATA, USB 3.x and M.2 drivers that are needed for your hardware to install Win 7.

    Of course. Everything else could be installed later.



    Megahertz07 said:
    The main reason is that after Win 7 installation, some updates prevents to install some drivers.

    PCIe Wi-Fi class N (150Mbps) ONLY doesn't work under Win7 HP


    Try to strip down the driver and leave only necessary files (.inf, .sys and .cat).
    If it doesn't help, try to edit .inf file.





    Megahertz07 said:
    As I don't like Win 10 for many reasons and I intent to use Win 7 for many years after January 2020, this is what I'm doing:
    - I have a disk image of my Win 7 just after a fresh install with all updates and drivers installed (no programs or data)
    - I have a collection of all new SATA, USB 3.x and M.2 drivers. (Intel and AMD).
    - I have all WU files (SP2 and security only updates). Also have Framework 4.8, C++ 14 and Direct x MS releases SP2 for Windows 7
    - I have latest offline Simplix UpdatePack 7 and wsusoffline - Offline Windows and Office Update .
    - I also have all Office 2010 updates (wsusoffline)

    1. All USB3 and mass storage drivers could be find here
    2. You could detect your hardware with this tool
    3. Rollup Updates are not the same as Service Packs. First Rollup Update has been released for Windows 2000 SP4 and it is just collection of other updates. Service Pack upgrades entire system and is something like new version of the OS, not just other updates combined together.
    4. I have in my company Office's 2003 and 2007 (with updates) and all of them works good, even with modern documents.

    In fact, Office 2007 is the last version which is really fast and beutiful.


    PS. Don't forget, that Windows 7 Embedded will be supported longer than regular Windows 7, and its updates will be probably working on regular Windows 7.
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #23

    Hello everybody. Thank you for this awesome script .
    I have a question... if i run the integrate7.cmd file on a 32bit windows 7 version it gives me an error -png.png


    I'm gonna translate it in english because it's in italian


    "The version of C:\etc... is not compatible with the current windows version. Check in the system informations if it's necessary an x86 or 64 version of the product."


    I tried to run this script in my pc with x64 OS and it works perfect... but why it doesn't with the x86 version? (i tried to remove the amd64 folder in the tools folder but it doesn't solve the problem)
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  4. Posts : 15,181
    Vista x64 / 7 X64
       #24

    You will need to redirect it to x86 folder in the tools folder.

    If you don't have the x86 folder you can download it using this:

    GetWaikTools18.10.zip
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  5. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #25

    SIW2 said:
    You will need to redirect it to x86 folder in the tools folder.

    If you don't have the x86 folder you can download it using this:

    GetWaikTools18.10.zip
    Thank you for the reply :) it worked



    I have another question... does it work with windows 10 ISOs? And if not... is there a similar script for win 10?
    Last edited by riccardosimo; 18 Jun 2019 at 03:43.
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  6. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter
       #26

    riccardosimo said:
    Hello everybody. Thank you for this awesome script .
    I have a question... if i run the integrate7.cmd file on a 32bit windows 7 version it gives me an error

    I have just checked it and It works on Windows 7 32-bit with no problems.
    But in your case, the type of host OS is misdetected and this is cause of your problem.


    Generally, inside the script are two lines, responsible for detecting the type of host OS (32-bit or 64-bit):


    set "HostArchitecture=x86"
    If exist "%WinDir%\SysWOW64" set "HostArchitecture=amd64"



    So, if the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 directory exists, it is assumed that the host OS is 64-bit.
    Normally this directory shouldn't exist on 32-bit OS, but in your OS it may be different (for some reason).

    Remove this directory (if empty) or remove the line which detects its existence from Integrate7.cmd script.


    SIW2 said:
    You will need to redirect it to x86 folder in the tools folder.

    If you don't have the x86 folder you can download it using this:

    GetWaikTools18.10.zip
    It is unnecessary. The script contains all required tools for both: 32-bit and 64-bit OS.
    Last edited by wkeller; 20 Jun 2019 at 10:07.
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  7. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter
       #27

    New version 1.5

    - included updates up to June 2019
    - fixed UmountCleanUp.cmd, so it no longer requires WAIK/ADK tools.
    - fixed issue with ISO files that contain space character in their file name.


    --> Link <--
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  8. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #28

    wkeller said:
    I have just checked it and It works on Windows 7 32-bit with no problems.
    But in your case, the type of host OS is misdetected and this is cause of your problem.


    Generally, inside the script are to lines, responsible for detecting the type of host OS (32-bit or 64-bit):


    set "HostArchitecture=x86"
    If exist "%WinDir%\SysWOW64" set "HostArchitecture=amd64"



    So, if the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 directory exists, it is assumed that the host OS is 64-bit.
    Normally this directory shouldn't exist on 32-bit OS, but in your OS it may be different (for some reason).

    Remove this directory (if empty) or remove the line which detects its existence from Integrate7.cmd script.




    It is unnecessary. The script contains all required tools for both: 32-bit and 64-bit OS.

    Thank you so much sir <3
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  9. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #29

    wkeller said:
    New version 1.5

    - included updates up to June 2019
    - fixed UmountCleanUp.cmd, so it no longer requires WAIK/ADK tools.
    - fixed issue with ISO files that contain space character in their file name.


    --> Link <--

    Does it work with windows 10 ISOs?
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  10. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter
       #30

    No, Windows 10 is way different.
    It needs different hotfixes and much more optimizations to work really smoothly.


    I have done some tools for Windows 10, but they are not ready-to-use solution. So I don't publish it.
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