Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by sushil1576, Sep 21, 2009.
Thanks a lot!!
Thanks, tuto works great. I make my aio but i want to add also enterprise version 32&64. Is it possible with this?
would be great if sombody could update this program to work with win7/sp1
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thx daz... but its really a easy way of making a full blow aio dvd (x86 and x64) i was lookinfg for..
Ill be making an AIO without enterprise, not sure when i can have it uploaded somewhere..
I don't think that bit has yet been documented but once it is the pre-activation kit can simply be dropped in and it will work.
If I remember correct the all in one disks are only good for installation. I seem to remember the disk being useless for recovery purposes as it doesn't know which environment to load. This would mean that if you use a loader for pre-activation and it doesn't work under it's default settings then you would then have to either edit the disk from another PC or burn an unmodified version of the disk (either x64 or x86). For personal use thats not so bad but for anything thats going to be shared it's a bad idea.
Is this going to be updated for windows 7 sp1 AIO x86+x64...?
This would be great!
I'm guessing that the version from torko26 will not work with the kit (on first page of this thread) as the file names and sha would not match...?
Could someone please confirm?
Confirmed that's still work w/ SP1.
Just tested in VM.
Did you use the version from Torko's post?
Yes and just modify the file name and sha as SP1 ISO as below showing in "MAKE_AIO_DVD.BAT". (that's TW version of WIN7)
That's great kit too
Thanks for your information.
Thanks Zanso you just made my day!
One more question/request ...
Does anyone know how to incorporate Daz Loader into this ( rather than the default method;as the Daz Loader seems to be the most popular and updated)...?
Zanso just got round to testing it and found that it does not work ...ie I changed the sha values as you said and it compiled the preactivated iso
However when I try and install from it ,I get an error stating winsetup.dll is not intended for this version of windows?
Any insight...? cheers.
The first method is to combine 32 bit & 64 bit into one. The second method is for automatic branding and activation. With the help of these two, u can truly build an AIO auto-activating 7!!!! The first method isn't necessary for auto-activation..