Extract Files from Windows 7 Installation DVD

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       #120

    Hello jraju, :)

    Manually replacing the file will most likely not work in this situation. You might see if doing a system restore using a restore point dated before this started may be able to sort this for you.
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       #121

    Hi, Brink,
    Really one of the bestest , (the besst)tutorial. Please inform me whether i have to rename the original file present file that need to be replaced before install of any dll or any other file? Naturally, what explore.exe , or exploreframedll contents
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       #122

    Did you try doing a system restore using a restore point dated before this started?
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    Hi, I did it, but still i get the error module not loaded.
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       #124

    In that case, it may be best to do a clean install when able.
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       #125

    Hi, brink , can i view the files copied as service pack 1 in the installation dvd.
    i mean, normally updates files are stored in software distribution folder.
    i also read from tutorials, that all the files are located in the same folder as in the installation disk.
    what i want to know is if i integrated the service pack, then could i know, if it has been incorporated in the installlation media by looking at the file concerned
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       #126

    jraju said:
    Hi, brink , can i view the files copied as service pack 1 in the installation dvd.
    i mean, normally updates files are stored in software distribution folder.
    i also read from tutorials, that all the files are located in the same folder as in the installation disk.
    what i want to know is if i integrated the service pack, then could i know, if it has been incorporated in the installlation media by looking at the file concerned
    Usually the installation media (ex: ISO) will have SP1 in the name to help indicate it includes the service pack.

    You can use the same method below to look at the details of the Windows 7 ISO or USB to see if it includes the service pack.

    See Full Details about a Windows 10 ISO file or USB | Tutorials
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    Hi, Sorry for the late reply. I like the way you answer to the point. awesome answers at that . The link would be very useful not only to me, but to other users as well
    A small query,
    If i had integrated the updates, could i just totally install in a virtual drive and then unmount the virtual drive totally during the windows session
    If that could be done, i will be knowing if the instllation dvd or usb is booting.
    i checked once that it is booting, but failed when expanding...files stae, after copying files stage. It ended with the installation was not successful
    mere booting from usb, would not mean that it is installing to the last process
    please give your ideas
    Ok, those dism commands only list the version and architecture
    what i want to know, is if the service pack and updates as shown as integrated have been in the installation media
    Are there any clue to find those.
    Normally install.wim is the folder where all integration takes place , and could i view the files like service pack and otaher updates, so that i could be confident of my installation media
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    Hi, Brink, When I tried to copy a file from winsxs folder, I get permission errors.
    The file is reported to be corrupt in install disc. I copied from a friends system and tried to copy the same to the installation usb.
    I get permission errors as its permission is set to TrustedInstaller.
    Is there anything i do to copy the files.
    I just used the gimagex to mount the wim file and using 7 zip to go the winsxs folder of my id and then try to copy the clean file. But it asks for admin permission to do this task.
    As I have deleted the folder in the winsxs folder, I could not just restore the file from recycle bin also.
    Brink, expecting your reply
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       #129

    jraju said:
    Hi, Brink, When I tried to copy a file from winsxs folder, I get permission errors.
    The file is reported to be corrupt in install disc. I copied from a friends system and tried to copy the same to the installation usb.
    I get permission errors as its permission is set to TrustedInstaller.
    Is there anything i do to copy the files.
    I just used the gimagex to mount the wim file and using 7 zip to go the winsxs folder of my id and then try to copy the clean file. But it asks for admin permission to do this task.
    As I have deleted the folder in the winsxs folder, I could not just restore the file from recycle bin also.
    Brink, expecting your reply
    Hello mate,

    Just to confirm, but did you take ownership and set permissions like in the yellow tip box at the bottom of the tutorial to see if that may help?
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