Slipstreaming IE9

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  1. boscru6469

    boscru6469 MDL Member

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    I have made 2 AIOs of Win 7, x86 & x64. I have all the updates slipstreamed in them in with RT7Lite. I have tried to slipstream IE9 into them but there is a known problem with using the msu files for IE9. If you slipstream the IE9 with the msu package you constantly get the IE9 welcome tab. To fix this you have to go in and edit the registry which I would rather not do. How can I put in a setupcomplete.cmd to install the exe version when installation is completed. I already have a simple setupcomplete.cmd to install Net Framework 4.

    My command is: START /WAIT %windir%\Setup\Scripts\dotNetFx45_Full_x86_x64_SlimSetup.exe /passive /norestart
     
  2. NICK@NUMBER11

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    #4 NICK@NUMBER11, Feb 24, 2013
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    yeh sure...

    create a folder say called inject
    then within this folder another called x86

    place the ie9 file within the x86 folder and then copy this code and paste it into notepad, save this as inject.cmd place this file in the inject folder also

    Now copy the install.wim to the inject folder and run the cmd file.

    Code:
    MD %~dp0MOUNT
    
    Dism.exe /Mount-Wim /WimFile:%~dp0install.wim /Index:? /MountDir:%~dp0MOUNT
    Dism.exe /image:%~dp0MOUNT /Add-Package /PackagePath:"%~dp0x86"
    Dism.exe /Unmount-Wim /MountDir:%~dp0MOUNT /commit
    * = index number change to match the version you have...

    x86

    1 - Starter
    2 - Home Basic
    3 - Home Premium
    4 - Professional
    5 - Ultimate

    x64

    1 - Home Basic
    2 - Home Premium
    3 - Professional
    4 - Ultimate
     
  4. boscru6469

    boscru6469 MDL Member

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    #5 boscru6469, Feb 24, 2013
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    * = index number change to match the version you have...

    Do you mean where the red ? is in the inject.cmd?
     
  5. boscru6469

    boscru6469 MDL Member

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    NICK@NUMBER11 and vymdral, thanks for the help. The problem must be with one of the Windows updates. I injected IE9 into the wim and installed in VMWare and had no problem. I then slipstreamed about 100 updates into it and the IE9 problem came back. I think I will slipstream the updates and add a Manual Install folder for IE9 into my ISO for the future.