WinAIO Maker Professional - The All in One Windows Setup Solution

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  1. crawner

    crawner MDL Novice

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    Super WinAIO .iso

    Hi people. Specially to @Josh Cell , thank you very much for your work.

    I've just found WinAIOMaker and I've used it with AutoAIO tool for making a 32 and 64 bits .iso of Windows 10 (The TechNet iso comes with Home and Pro versions in 1 .iso). Pretty easy and worked fine.

    But I want more. I have many official Windows .iso files from Technet and I want to create a supe AIO Windows .iso with Win7, 8,1 and 10. Is it possible? How?

    I want to have this Windows images in 1 .iso:

    - Win7 Home Premium x32
    - Win7 Home Premium x64
    - Win7 Pro x32
    - Win7 Pro x64
    - Win8.1 x32
    - Win8.1 x64
    - Win10 x32
    - Win10 x64

    PS: As I said, the Win10 image comes with Home and Pro versions integrated, same for Win8.1 but not for Win7. My intention is to use this .iso in a 16GB USB drive
     
  2. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Just export all x86 indexes into one install.wim and the x64 indexes in another install.wim (they will be really big).

    Download a multi-architecture Win 10 ISO using the MCT and put the install.wims into the win 10 iso (x86 in x86 sources folder and x64 in x64 sources folder), done.

    Or you can export all indexes x86 and x64 in one install.wim and replace both install.wims from the MCT iso with the new one.
     
  3. crawner

    crawner MDL Novice

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    Thank you so much for your answer. Could you please tell me how to do it sep by step?

    I've only used the Auto AIO tool and I have an AIO 32 and 64 version .iso for each Windows installer but I don't know what you mean with export all indexes in one install.wim (I'm a newbie).
     
  4. goncalo16

    goncalo16 MDL Novice

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    i got this message "object reference not set to an instance of an object"... what can i do?
     
  5. visiart

    visiart MDL Novice

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    Thanks to the software,
    I'm trying this program.
    whether the program can remove the language?
     
  6. urie

    urie Moderator
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    In short no cannot remove language, it is for adding or removing .wim files to AIO iso file.
     
  7. kaheagm

    kaheagm MDL Novice

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    Hi Guys,

    i used the AutoAIO method to create a AIO image from following isos:

    de_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_676919
    de_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677093

    I did it 3 times. All resulted AIO isos have the same size which is 4.046.374.912 Bytes.
    BUT they all have different hases.

    Shouldn't be the resulting isos identical?
     
  8. Carlos Detweiller

    Carlos Detweiller Emperor of Ice-Cream

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    No. ISOs will have at least different timestamps/header information embedded into them and thus won't be bit-identical.
     
  9. batouska

    batouska MDL Novice

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    Download link is not working, atleast on me. Any chance to re-upload?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  10. s1ave77

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  11. yro

    yro MDL Addicted

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    guys, i need some help... if possible..

    i would like to use ntlite to remove all unecessary editions from windows 7 sp1 untouched isos and then make an aio with the winaio maker pro.

    with this ill end up with an windows 7 sp1 pro x86 and x64 iso.

    if I do it this way, will this iso work without issues or will it not work good? I ask this because i did it and made an usb flash boot with this iso and some linux tools and distros, using the yumi tool. sometimes the boot from this win 7 iso works nicely, but sometimes it stop working on the screen that we can manage hd partitions, showing a message that there is no driver for the device. so, i would like to know if this problem is related to something about this iso made this way..
     
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  12. s1ave77

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    @yro might be easier to simply export Pro index from x86 to a new WIM, then export the x64 Pro into that new WIM too. Done.
     
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  13. yro

    yro MDL Addicted

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    nice.. but... how can i do it? the easy way i found was to use ntlite then winaio maker pro... if you could explain how to do it... :3

    edit.: even then.. the way i explained.. will it work or not recomended?
     
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  14. s1ave77

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    Doesn't NTLite have an export function :g:?

    It should work, but deleting indices from a WIM needs a cleanup or export to actually get rid of the deleted stuff. That's why i recommended the direct dism export into a new WIM.
     
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  15. yro

    yro MDL Addicted

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    im opening the iso with ntlite, selecting de expor thing to have only the pro edition and thats all with ntlite. then i open the winaio tool to make an aio iso. thats it.. is it ok to id like this or winaio could endup with some kind of problems with these new isos?
     
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  16. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    For 10 I simply export all x64 indexes to one wim and all x86 indexes to another wim, open up the multi-architecture (x64/x86) iso and put the updated boot and install wims (install.wim compressed to install.esd) into the correct sources folder and i have my 20-22 in one multi-architecture ISO.

    For 7 SP1 i use separate x86 and x64 iso's.

    The aio tool just exports all indexes into one wim too :D
     
  17. s1ave77

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    As always; it should normally work :D. I still recommend to check the result in a VM.
     
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  18. yro

    yro MDL Addicted

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    ok. thanks guys..
     
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  19. vze2mp9g

    vze2mp9g MDL Addicted

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    Does anyone have a good link to the "WinAIO Maker Professional - The All in One Windows Setup Solution", because the original link is nor good.
    Thank You.
    :cool: