Making Windows 7 AIO...

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by arian44, May 7, 2011.

  1. arian44

    arian44 MDL Novice

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    Hi, I'm kinda new here, so here is my question:

    I need to make a fully unintended Windows 7 install, but there are something I can't figure out.
    I just made a Windows 7 ISO ,which includes all Windows 7 editions, 32- and 64-bit, but I want to include the following, all languages, Firefox 4, 7-zip, uTorrent, SP1 and Office 2010 (trial version). I've researched everything and I found out that you must slipstream it everythingtime again. So how do I sppeed up this process, because I tried it with SP1 and it took like a day to finish and unmount. So could you help me with these problems?
     
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  4. U-Fig

    U-Fig MDL Member

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    i am currently in progress of building a good tuto on how to build an AIO with software/updates/tweaks, it involves using audit mode alot and 4 installs to customize to get 8 versions of win7 (x64 and X86) using anytime upgrade

    starter is not available this way, tried 6 times already, but whenever i'm finished building the installed starter edition, after i capture it, it becomes unusable/non_selectable at boot from install media so i think i am going to leave starter for what it is, a piece of crap.

    the rest works fine though, however, my tuto is built from a lot of info and tuto's gathered from here and my own iterations of them, will post when it's compiled comprehensively, and credit where credit is due included.


    Fig!
     
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  5. tcntad

    tcntad MDL Guru

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    That'd be nice to see!
    I have a guide for syspreping by using anarethos tool, both in englsh (here) and a guide on a swedish forum. Also how to do it the manual way.
     
  6. U-Fig

    U-Fig MDL Member

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    nice tool, been using it to just make the OEM Partition, after final install on target machine.

    i translated the UI language for that tool to dutch btw.
    mind you that using my more hands-on approach will keep you busy for a while
     
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