Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Stannieman, Jan 17, 2011.
Guide temporarily unavailable, it will be back when I finished the new guide with new winPE files.
lot easier to use rt7lite
But this is more fun and much much more education which this forum is for
Thanks Stannieman for the guide!
Sure...if you want to stay ignorant use a tool and by all means dont learn
i would not say it is ignorant. maybe lazy but not ignorant. i am not a Rhodes scholar so tools are helpful to me
Is this method more compact than r7lite?
I've recorded R7L generates install.wim of size 3524216983.
It is surely a much more fun method to use than r7lite.
your definition of fun and my definition are way different!!
Definitely----your 7lite method is like driving automatic transmission while this method is like manual (gears) transmission....much more fun (very educational). But like you said that is your choice I'm not trying to change your perspective. You can lead a horse to the the bank of a river for a drink but you cannot force it to drink.
guess what? i do not know how to drive standard transmission either!!!
i must be even lazy-er, cant you just share the slip streamed iso file? lol
Stannieman has provided a good tutorial..
Take a few to read it.. let it sink in.. Then your good to go..
What about more than 900mb of sp1 remnant and unremovable files which are left in rt7lite, are these files left using this method too!
Thanks, it's new education for me to slipstreaming SP .. Sorry for my bad english
I did everything as directed by the author, and it was OK, but time spent is enormous. It would be great if someone wrote a script for this integration SP1 as it is written for the integration of language and the like. My personal opinion. Thank you. Sorry for my bad english.
that is the benefit of rt7lite, takes 20-30 minutes depending on machine you have. where this method takes what? i have no idea but i am guessing it is more than an hour at least and that is knowing what your doing. Stannieman, how long does this take doing it your way? and to be clear i am in no way bad mouthing this procedure, i am just pointing out another way to do it.
I dont think rt7 lite can slipstream SP1 in all editions in one Win 7 disc (only one edition selection?)
Thanks Stannieman for this tut
Thanks for this tutorial... will give it a try once the official SP1 is available... but in the meantime I will give it a test drive...
Great guide, just a couple of things. One, when i tried to unmount the image in step 3, i got an error saying something is open and commit likely happened. Should i believe that or go through the process all over again, making sure to close every open window?
Second, in step 4 when i gave the export command, it exported 4 images one by one. Is that normal or something else is supposed to happen.
I was just trying to make an integrated pro image x64.