Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Enthousiast, May 13, 2013.
Thank you Panchop. Your feedback will be sent to Simplix to see if it can be improved.
According to Simplix, that is a Microsoft bug, and nothing can be done.
It's strange, considering that the x64 version display the number well
This is probably a stupid question but if I use this to integrate all updates and ie10 into windows 7 ultimate but I choose to install professional, it will also have all the updates and ie10 right?
It is not stupid
If you choose to integrate in Ultimate you must put key /index=5 (for x86) or /index=4 (for x64). Professional will remain untouched.
example: UpdatePack7Live.exe /WimFile=C:\install.wim /Index=5 (or =4)
But if you want to integrate in all indexes in wim file (home, premium, professional and Ultimate etc.) at the same time than use key /index=*
UpdatePack7Live.exe /WimFile=C:\install.wim /Index=*
Useful command to see indexes in wim file is:
Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:c:\w7\sources\install.wim
where "w7" is folder with extracted Windows 7 ISO.
Thanks for answering
If I integrate it in all indexes files using *, will the wim file be the same size as only ultimate or will it become even larger ?
or use in command line
dism.exe /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:"link ur install file"
and get all info and index from ur file
I already made a windows 7 sp1 64bit with ie10 and all updates using index=4
What I want to know is if I remove the ei.cfg file ( so that I can choose which version to install ), will the other install ( f.i. professional ) also have all the updates and ie10? Apparently I have to use index=* so that it updates all versions but will it add all those updates for every version thus making the wim a lot bigger ?
You will need to update all the images.
That will not make the wim bigger than just updating one image. It will take a long while to do though.
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I want to use it for both professional and ultimate.So I'm doing it with * now.I guess 3 and 4 would have been enough for 64 bit.
Yes better to use /index=*
In case anyone is interested, my install file is now 1GB bigger than the original. When I only did Ultimate, it was around 700MB.
Did you use max compression?
If not, rebuild the wim using imagex and max compression.
Thanks a lot for this thread !
I updated my Windows 7 sp1 with all the updates !
Just a question, i run the KUC W7 UpdateChecker in order to verifiy updates missing or bad and...it appear i have a lot of bad (+450) updates....
Any informations about this please ?
A bug ?
Thanks a lot,
I don't know how KUC checker is functioning.
I know that Simplix UpgateLivePack consists of regular Microsoft hotfixes.
You can use any that fits your needs.
Nope, guess I'll give it a try.
Can I use it on my extracted iso folder or do I actually need to install it on a ( virtual ) machine first to use imagex?
Is that on a 64bit virtual machine? I think I read somewhere that it's a bug.
No, it's on a x86 EEEPC.
I think there is missing updates and bad updates in the pack
If Microsoft has bad updates than the Pack also have them!
After finishing integrating updates and unmount, to compress Install.wim,
Open Microsoft WAIK - Deployment tools Command Prompt
and run subsequently these commands: