Integrating/Slipstreaming DirectX and .NET 4.0?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by danyo1337, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. danyo1337

    danyo1337 MDL Junior Member

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    The extracted DirectX setup has a lot of cabs in it. Can I just integrate them cabs with DISM and it work?
    Also, is there a way to integrate .NET 4.0 without doing reverse integration?
     
  2. SoLoR

    SoLoR MDL Expert

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    no and no :( sorry....
     
  3. danyo1337

    danyo1337 MDL Junior Member

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    There probably is a way to pack your own cab or something, but I'm too dumb to figure it out.
     
  4. SoLoR

    SoLoR MDL Expert

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    Im 90% certain you cant make your own cabs that would integrate, thing is all those files in cabs you can integrate officaly are digitaly signed by MS. If you would repack cab you would lose this signatures and i assume dism wouldnt integrate them.
     
  5. danyo1337

    danyo1337 MDL Junior Member

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    Well, this sucks. Thanks for the help SoLoR. I guess my only option is to spend a sh*t load of time to build my ISO then repack each WIM image after installing on a VM. :suicide:
     
  6. ricktendo64

    ricktendo64 MDL Expert

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    #6 ricktendo64, Mar 16, 2011
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    Preinstalling apps would probably be less stressful if you create a batch file to automate the installs, here is an example

    Code:
    ::General
    start /wait directx\DXSETUP /silent
    start /wait VCRuntimes\2005\x86\vcredist.msi
    start /wait VCRuntimes\2005\amd64\vcredist.msi
    start /wait VCRuntimes\2008\x86\vc_red.msi USING_EXUIH_SILENT=1 REBOOT=ReallySuppress FILESINUSETEXT=""
    start /wait VCRuntimes\2008\amd64\vc_red.msi USING_EXUIH_SILENT=1 REBOOT=ReallySuppress FILESINUSETEXT=""
    start /wait VCRuntimes\2010\x86\vc_red.msi
    start /wait VCRuntimes\2010\amd64\vc_red.msi
    start /wait msxml.msi /qb
    start /wait Silverlight\silverlight.msi
    start /wait PlayReady-v1.3-x64-enu.msi /qb
    start /wait Wudt.msi TRANSFORMS=wudt.mst /qb
    start /wait wlsetup-all /AppSelect:Messenger /oemId:<Removed> /noCEIP /noHomepage /noLaunch /noSearch /q
    start /wait mseinstall-en-us-amd64 /s /runwgacheck /o
    start /wait Orca.Msi /qb
    ::.NET Framework 4
    start /wait Client\netfx_core_x64.msi EXTUI=1
    start /wait Extended\netfx_extended_x64.msi EXTUI=1
    start /wait %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\ngen executequeueditems
    start /wait %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\ngen executequeueditems
    ::Office 201
    start /wait setup /adminfile Ricardo.MSP
    start /wait FilterPack64bit /quiet
    ::Dissables Homegroup services
    start /wait sc config HomeGroupListener start= disabled
    start /wait sc config HomeGroupProvider start= disabled
    In addition to that I also preinstall waik and some other essentials apps

    BTW integrating updates into .NET 4 will save you lots of time