Integrate7 script – automatically slipstream updates and drivers up to 09/2020!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by wkeller, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. Space Dandy

    Space Dandy MDL Novice

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    No, this post I was still figuring out how to make a plain w7 iso with updates included. Once I succeeded with this I later on proceeded to make a bootable usb stick with the added usb 3.0 and nvme drivers for a msi mobo.

    See here:

    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/integrate7-script-–-automatically-download-and-slipstream-all-updates-up-to-07-2020.78722/page-14#post-1566177

    I did not have to use a PS/2 keyboard or mouse though I have one (keyboard only though) just in case tucked away in my closet.
     
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  3. luke123

    luke123 MDL Novice

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    Thanks for the clarification.
     
  4. haz367

    haz367 MDL Member

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    #344 haz367, Aug 12, 2020
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2020
    @wkeller

    Igboring people also ur thing i see....when people ask a normal question.....
    No worries....
     
  5. PROBLEMCHYLD

    PROBLEMCHYLD MDL Novice

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    How do I add this reg key to the script in proper format?

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\PolicyAgent]
    "AssumeUDPEncapsulationContextOnSendRule"=dword:00000002
     
  6. luke123

    luke123 MDL Novice

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    Does anyone know if the latest v2.31 Integrate7 script will work with Ryzen Zen+ APU like 3200G or 3400G?

    Thanks.
     
  7. wkeller

    wkeller MDL Member

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    2.40 with drivers should work.



    Add this:

    below this:

    inside Integrate7.cmd
     
  8. wkeller

    wkeller MDL Member

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  9. wkeller

    wkeller MDL Member

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    Yes it uses Windows10 bootloader and disables generic VGA driver, to use solely vendor specific one.

    But vendor specific graphics driver is always needed.
    Even if you don't integrate it to installation media, eventually you'll need to install it manually anyway.
    So this solution (pre-integrate the driver) makes sense and is easy to use.
     
  10. tktktkboom

    tktktkboom MDL Novice

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    Fantastic work! I'm curious, what are the advantages? I assume faster boot time, but is that it? If it boots faster but runs worse, that'd be a terrible bargain.
     
  11. TigTex

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    What about using vgashim? It should allow you to use the generic VGA driver so that recovery / safe mode works. Secure boot will not work but there's no problem.

    It allows you to install windows 7 on systems that lack CSM mode (for example, windows 8/10 tablets). If the system is capable of booting in CSM mode (or it only has BIOS mode) there is no real advantage.
     
  12. luke123

    luke123 MDL Novice

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    Look forward to using your Windows 10 script!
     
  13. luke123

    luke123 MDL Novice

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    Thanks for the clarification.
     
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    wkeller MDL Member

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  16. wkeller

    wkeller MDL Member

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    #360 wkeller, Aug 23, 2020
    Last edited: Aug 23, 2020
    (OP)
    Generally, I found 3 possible errors that could result in stuck on boologo

    1. Legacy VGA driver not removed.

    Those files should NOT exist inside install.wim / install.swm:
    \Windows\inf\display.inf
    \Windows\inf\display.PNF
    \Windows\System32\drivers\vga.sys
    \Windows\System32\drivers\vgapnp.sys



    2. Vendor specific driver not installed during Windows 7 installation.

    For some reason Windows 7 failed to install vendor graphics driver you provided.
    I have no idea, why it could happen, as I have tested both signed and unsigned drivers (.inf file was modified by removing CatalogFile= line and .cat file was removed).

    If you have modified driver (eg. from win-raid form), maybe you have to check that you have .cat files removed, and CatalogFile= lines removed from .inf.
    It is often better to provide no signature at all than providing wrong signature.


    3. You have to wait. Second stage of installation is with blank screen for some time, but HDD is working and installation proceeding.
    It is normal, until gfx driver gets loaded. Then Windows 7 display dialog box asking to provide login data.

    I have everything tested, as described here and here.