Integrate7 script – automatically slipstream updates and drivers up to 11/2021!

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  1. spriditis

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    #523 midaspt, Oct 29, 2021
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    Another day, another try...

    Suprisingly, hardware ID under Windows 8.1 is shown as "SCSI\DiskNVMe___KINGSTON_SNVS5000N01" and stemming variations.

    The only non-generic compatible ID displayed is "Disk1667".

    Unfortunately, after extracting the nz1io03w driver package and placing it in the USB setup disk, none of the options seemed to work.

    To be clear, I unchecked the "Hide drivers that are not compatible..." option and proceeded to load one of the options presented, starting with the "Intel 100 Series/C230 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller".

    The internal drive was never displayed.

    I also tried all the other options presented with the same results; namely:
    - Intel Chipset SATA RAID Controller
    - Intel 200 Series Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller
    - Intel 6th Generation Core Processor Family Platform I/O SATA AHCI Controller

    I even tried different indexes of the same driver (;1, ;2... stupid, I know since both iaAHCIC.inf files are precisely the same, something I did check afterwards).
     
  4. chameau

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    Hi Priditis,
    In your post '510' you offer a few changes to bring Integrate7 up to date, but where do I find those 6 listings under 'Update Changes:? (sorry I can not list the details because I don't have 5 postings!) I found all the other update changes listed under 'Script Changes' but I can't find those 3 entries? Thanks for clarifying
     
  5. spriditis

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    #525 spriditis, Oct 31, 2021
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    If that Phison controller driver worked during setup - you can integrate it like the rest of drivers..

    Adding a new controller to existing installed windows installation in offline mode is a bit complicated..

    For building image.wim - just add driver to mounted img:
    DISM.exe /Image:X:\mount /Add-Driver /Driver:"Z:\generic 64bit Phison NVMe driver v1.5.0.0 WHQL for Win7 x64"
     
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    #526 spriditis, Oct 31, 2021
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    @spriditis:Will try both suggestions next -- then report back.

    Thank you for all the help... and patience. :)
     
  8. CaptainSpeleo

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    spriditis:

    Based on the latest v3.42 patch you submitted and how it unzips, I again re-did my canned instructions for creating an up-to-date(October 2021) install disc for Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit.
    Here they are.

    Place these 2 downloaded ZIP files inside an empty folder:
    Integrate7_v3.40_USB3_AHCI_NVMe.7z
    Integrate7_v3.42_USB3_AHCI_NVMe_mods_only.7z


    Unzip both files inside that same folder.

    An Integrate7 folder will be created.

    This folder and these 3 command(.cmd) files will also appear:
    hotfixes
    Integrate7.cmd
    PreDownloadAllUpdates.cmd
    UnmountCleanUp.cmd


    Open the Integrate7 folder to expose its contents.

    Copy the 3 command(.cmd) files and replace the 3 command(.cmd) files in the Integrate7 folder.

    Copy the 2 text(.txt) files and replace the 2 text(.txt) files in the hotfixes folder.

    Open the DVD folder in the Integrate7 folder.

    Copy and paste the contents of a Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit disc or extract the contents of a Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit ISO file inside the DVD folder.

    Deploy the Integrate7.cmd command script.

    Follow the instructions very carefully as they appear.

    When the integration process is finished, a Windows7_x64_en-US.iso file will have been created and you will be instructed to press any key to exit the script.

    This will allow a bootable install DVD+R DL disc to be created for Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit which will be up to date to October 2021.
     
  9. CaptainSpeleo

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    The steps in my previous reply were used.
    A 4.99 GB size Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit bootable install disc was created and is up to date to October 2021.
     
  10. midaspt

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    Where is 'Integrate7_v3.42_USB3_AHCI_NVMe_mods_only.7z'? Spriditis only posted link for v3.40 above...
     
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    #531 spriditis, Nov 4, 2021
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    It's in the post - bottom part ("Attached Files:") = direct link..
     
  12. CaptainSpeleo

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    #533 midaspt, Nov 4, 2021
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    So sorry, I immediately realized my error after the fact -- but yesterday, the forum wasn't letting me change or delete my post, it gave me repeated database errors and told me to try again later...

    Further doubt about the extra step above: after Integrate7 finishes is there really an 'image.wim'?

    Even after extraction of the finished ISO (with Rufus), all I see is a couple of large SWM files in the '[drive]:\sources' folder...

    I'm pursuing this because, even after fully recreating the Windows 7 ISO following CaptainSpeleo instructions, my T460s NVMe is still not detected.
     
  14. spriditis

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    - Big install.wim is split in parts (set SplitInstallWim=1) to allow 3.7G media (so incidentally also <4GB for FAT32 USB)..
    - swm is readonly - .swm will need to be rejoined into .wim too edit it...
    You can also skip ISO creation (set CreateISO=0).

    Anyway - if you are going to use Integrate7 - just add phison driver to:
    add_these_drivers_to_Windows\x64\phison\nvme.{sys|inf|cat}
    add_these_drivers_to_Installer\x64\phison\nvme.{sys|inf|cat}
    add_these_drivers_to_Recovery\x64\phison\nvme.{sys|inf|cat}

    (and same for x86; make sure to use WHQL driver, so no cert validation issues) - that way it will be already integrated during creation.
    Otherwise you have to work on instal.wim integrate - more work..

    Note that You could also do it manually /Apply-Image (wim or swm) to disk (1st Load Driver during setup (can find disk), then: SHIFT+F10=cmd and run DISM commands), then manually do /Add-Driver on new install location) = but this is extra work....

    - not clear if you actually added phison controller driver to Integrate7?
     
  15. midaspt

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    It's a negative right off because I wasn't sure about the best way to do it...
     
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