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

01 Nov 2015   #620

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

I suppose there's always the option to clone.

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05 Dec 2015   #621

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

I've hit what I think is a bug.

I've created a Windows 7 64 bit install using a multi-install disk, I've slipstreamed a bunch of updates into it, and removed a load of components. The problem is that when I'm finished, if I selected "HOME PREMIUM" as the one I wanted, the disk image that's created is a multi-install disk at abou 5GB. However if I select either Ultimate or Professional, it's a single-install disk, and is about half the size (2-3GB).

I've tried probably 10+ times now. No matter what I tweak (or don't tweak) or install (or don't install), or restart (or don't restart) Home Premium always results in a multi-install disk.
Seleting the "Build single image" or "rebuild all images" or "Optimise install.wim" doesn't seem to make a difference (I'd expect it to be the first).

Unfortunately, 5GB doesn't fit on my DVD. Any thoughts?
Using RT7Lite 2.6.0, with Dotnet 3.5

Any thoughts? Thanks
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23 Apr 2016   #622

XP Pro - Vista - windows 7 ultimate/64 - 8.1 - 10
Help - SP1 not installed

I have a universal copy of Windows 7/64 (7600-16385 downloaded in 2012). I also have the win 7.1 update kb976932. I used rt7lite 2.6 and followed instructions on the tutorial (selecting Professional as that is the license I have). Slipstreaming took some time (noticed it stuck at around 60% for a while before moving right onto 70% and through to the finish.

Installed the resultant DVD onto a laptop where the system says win 7 64 home premium!!, not win 7.1 64 Pro, so I assume that the slipstreaming of sp1 failed, but no diagnostics to intimate that.

Any advice please?
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23 Apr 2016   #623

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

You can get a iso with sp1 on it using Chrome and this process
Download Windows 7 and 8.1 ISO Images from Microsoft - gHacks Tech News
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30 Aug 2016   #624

windows 7 utlimate

Windows7/8 - Updates to hide to prevent Windows 10 Upgrade / Disable Telemetry | NotebookReview

this site has a download of all the current updates minus the BS windows 10 crap in it.......thought this might help.
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02 Sep 2016   #625

W7 Home Prem., 64bit
Slipstream Windows 7

Thanks for your answer to my question. I looked at the site you suggested, and it seems to be just what I'm looking for.
Again, thanks for the reply.
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