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Windows 7: Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File

03 Mar 2013   #520
torindkflt

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Greetings. I am currently following this tutorial in order to create a Win7 64-bit All-In-One DVD with SP1 slipstreamed into it. However, I am lost at step 12H. This is the step where it says to select the priority level, re-build all images then hit commit.

The problem is this: nowhere in any of the steps, either before or after, does it say WHERE to find these settings. Step 11 tells you to click the ISO-Bootable tab and then go to Step 12F. Then, Step 12F immediately says to go to Step 12H (For an all-in-one ISO) with no other instructions, thus meaning at this point you would still be on the ISO-Bootable tab. But the settings referenced in Step 12H are not on the ISO-Bootable tab. In fact, I see further down that Step 12J again tells you to click the ISO-Bootable tab, which leads me to believe that either there is a step missing between Steps 11 and 12F, or Step 11 is supposed to tell you to click on something other than the ISO-Bootable tab.

Any assistance would be appreciated.


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03 Mar 2013   #521
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Torindkfit,

The screenshots under the steps should help to find them.

Could you post some screenshots showing what you see instead at these steps to help see what the issue may be?
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08 Apr 2013   #522
radman3d

Windows 7 64 Home
 
 

This works great, but I guess you need larger then 4.7GB DVD discs. It ran out of room during the burn using 4.7GB DVD media. Do I need to get the next size up (8.5GB) to make this work?
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08 Apr 2013   #523
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Radman,

With as many new Windows Updates now, you may need to.

However, if you have a larger USB flash drive, that would work better for you and be more reliable. Plus, it would be easier to keep updated.
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08 Apr 2013   #524
radman3d

Windows 7 64 Home
 
 

I just integrated SP1 with no updates and it was about 6.4GB. I have a Win7 SP1 disc and it is only 3.1GB. It must be compressed?
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08 Apr 2013   #525
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Since you're just creating an installation DVD, download the Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 U (media refresh) X17-58996.iso (English) file from the link below.....
Windows 7 Direct Download Links
.....and use Part 1 in the tutorial below to create a Windows 7 installation DVD with using the "Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool".
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool
Hope this helps.
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08 Apr 2013   #526
radman3d

Windows 7 64 Home
 
 

Ok, I have a question though. I have a Win7 SP1 disc and a Win7 w/o SP1 disc, both have there own codes. Can I just use the Win7 SP1 disc for two different installs, but use the different codes, one for one install and the other for another install both installs using the same Win7 SP1 disc? That way I do not need to do this at all and everything is legal.
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08 Apr 2013   #527
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

If both product key numbers are for Windows 7 Home Premium edition, then yes you can use the same installation disc with both keys.

If not, then you would need to have separate installation discs per edition of Windows.
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08 Apr 2013   #528
radman3d

Windows 7 64 Home
 
 

Thanks Brink, yes they both are Win7 Home Premium 64-bit. I was not sure I could do that, one (non-SP1) is branded Dell that I bought from a supply co. The other (SP1) I got on Newegg retail copy.
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08 Apr 2013   #529
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Yep, you sure can then.

Be sure that you use the product key number on the COA sticker from the Dell PC instead of the SLP key (volume). You will not be able to activate with the SLP key.
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