Integrate7 script automatically download and slipstream all updates!

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  1. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter

    I have updated links to wufuc and WuaCpuFix.
    One of them (but not both) is needed, if You still want to use Windows Update on modern CPUs.
    Of course, BypassESU is always also needed, regardless of CPU.
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  2. Posts : 27
    Windows 7 Pro 64bit

    Shadow Lord said:
    I had two requests/suggestions:

    Thanks again for your time
    I haven't received any info, communication, or acknowledgment from wkeller in regards to these issues. If there is enough interest I will implement and post solutions to these major shortcomings in the script for those interested.
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  3. Posts : 2
    Win7 Pro & Ult x64

    Been a lurker here for some time, joined just to say....

    Congrats and thanks to WKeller for staring this project, I've been using the scripts for some time now, great work!

    Next, I second Shadow Lord's sentiments to incorporate a method to simplify script modifications and to add in an option to update the WIM date. Like SL I've been updating the WIM date and doing script mods manually.

    Thanks to SL for posting and his continued interest in improving the project. I'd be happy to share my script changes as well.

    Once again, GREAT work!
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  4. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    wkeller said:
    Instruction for UEFI class 3 systems (with no CSM).
    In order to use it with new UEFI class 3, follow the steps:

    1. Unpack the script with 7-Zip.

    2. Download Windows 10 ISO image with proper architecture (ie. x64).

    3. Put Windows 10 ISO image into Integrate7 directory.
    Windows 10 ISO file should have name Win10something.iso to distinguish it from Windows 7 ISO.
    Of course Windows 7 ISO image should also be put there (with file name anything.iso)

    4. Edit Integrate7\Integrate7.cmd and change set RemoveLegacyVGA=0 to set RemoveLegacyVGA=1

    5. Find and download graphic driver specific to your video card (eg. Intel, nVidia, ATI/AMD).
    Unpack the driver (with 7-Zip) and find the folder with proper .inf file (which matches your card VEN_id and DEV_id).
    Then copy that folder to Integrate7\add_these_drivers_to_Windows\x64

    The driver does NOT have to be digitally signed, however of course it can be.

    6. Run Integrate7.cmd

    7. Wait, Wait, Wait.

    8. New ISO file will be created.
    You could burn it on DVD or just unpack (with 7-Zip) to FAT32 formatted PenDrive. ​
    I've been having some problems with the solution for installing on UEFI class 3 systems. I use a Windows 7 Ultimate English x64 COEM ISO, that I got from the heidoc download tool a while back, and a Windows 10 1809 English x64 ISO, that I got from TechBench by WZT (v4.1.1)
    I downloaded AMD 19.12.1 drivers from the official AMD website, and unzipped the folder with the .inf and .cat files named "W76A_INF" into Integrate7\add_these_drivers_to_Windows\x64\
    But when creating the ISO, Integrate7 gives me this error:
    Also when installing the ISO file, it boots to 0xc0000000d, since Windows 7 can't boot on UEFI class 3 machines without VGA drivers, and the drivers seemed to fail to install on the ISO, when it was being created. I could not find the log files mentioned in the error message anywhere, though I could find a folder named "inf" with a setup.cfg file in it. Does anyone know why this happens?
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  5. Posts : 2
    Win7 Pro & Ult x64

    Integrate10 script?

    I don't remember where it was but I saw something mentioned quite some time ago, I thought by wkeller, about working on a Integrate10 script. Correct or my memory's going sooner than I thought?

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  6. Posts : 87
    windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit / windows 10 pro 64 bit (dual boot}

    Sorry just curious can i add several drivers, for my graphics since some may not work, or only 1 at a time
    Thanks in advance
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  7. Posts : 67
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter

    New version 3.60
    - Included April 2022 Cumulative Update (KB5012626)
    - Included April 2022 .NET Framework Update (KB5012329)
    - Included January 2022 Out-of-band Update (KB5010798)
    - Included March 2022 Servicing Stack Update (KB5011649)
    - Updated auxiliary tools (wget, 7zip)
    - Obsolete/Replaced updates removed (as always)​

    --> Integrate7 v3.60 (GDrive) <--
    --> Integrate7 v3.60 (OneDrive) <--


    PS. Fill free to make any custom mods or patches to the script.
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  8. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Professional VL x64

    I cannot currently slipstream Windows Embedded POSReady 7 because of this error:

    Is it possible to slipstream Windows Embedded 7 series, such as Windows Embedded Standard?

    UPDATE: It went through by removing the line involving original Win7 images only in the batch file using Notepad.
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  9. Posts : 1
    win 7 pro 64 bit

    Hello. I am new to this site. Am interested in dusting off some old PCs and laptops and setting them up with windows 7 to use and some to give to friends to use for older software. I'm a self taught tech with LOTS of deficiencies in my knowledge - but I wanted to know if the integrate 7 will still work now that MS has pulled windows 7 updates down from their servers. Are the updates coming from a private server? or are they all in a download? also - the updated link does not seem to work (perhaps I am not on the latest topic for integrate 7?) and the older link once downloaded and activated was asking me for a password (not sure if that was a function of 7-zip or needing to me a member of this site or if that is my prompt to enter the product ID code). I also use DAZE activation and read your notes abotu it being a huge security hold (doh!) . Is there a workaround to close that security flaw once daze is installed and activated? or does daze use that flaw to function on an ongoing basis? Thank YOU for all your hard work! I am surprised there seems so little interest in this topic. My hatred for MS newer OS after 7 has kept me using 7 for as long as I can and having backup machines ready to go seems like a good idea - I guess until I can learn linux or something. TCB
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