Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by SirSilentBob, Aug 11, 2009.
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Cashed?? What do you mean by cashed?
I assume you meant "cached," and yeah, I found that, but I was actually wondering why it was removed, if anybody here knows ... was there something wrong with it? Were there legal threats?
No problem is the link is dead, I can write a tuto .
To create an ISO with various images :
Work folder : B:\WORK
1/. Extract X86 DVD to B:\WORK\DVD86
2/. Extract X64 DVD to B:\WORK\DVD64
3/. Put Imagex and associated files to B:\WORK
To get information about images : Open cmd.exe
4/. for x86 : imagex.exe /info B:\WORK\DVD86\sources\install.wim
5/. for x64 : imagex.exe /info B:\WORK\DVD64\sources\install.wim
In these steps you have to write the "Image index number" and the "displayname" for each version you want to keep.
To create a new install.wim with your different images :
6/. for x86 : imagex.exe /export B:\WORK\DVD86\sources\install.wim X B:\WORK\install.wim "Win 7 Y x86"
7/. for x64 : imagex.exe /export B:\WORK\DVD64\sources\install.wim X B:\WORK\install.wim "Win 7 Y x64"
X is the image index number.
Y is the name of the version (Ultimate, Professional...).
Repeat steps 6 and 7 for each version you want to keep...
8/. Copy B:\WORK\install.wim to B:\WORK\DVD86\sources\ (replace the existing file).
9/. Delete B:\WORK\DVD86\sources\ei.cfg
10/. Delete B:\WORK\DVD86\sources\*.CLG (install.....clg).
Recreate the ISO image (oscdimg, ultraiso... or other).
That's all... And sorry for my bad english .
I believe that the post was removed for legal reasons. Which probably means that MS is watching this board.
Another forum with a similar tutorial has been removed too.
Don't know why they would even bother with instructions for making an AIO disk.
Help with imagex
Where can I download imagex plz??
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I seem to recall that with the WinBeta Vista RTM AIO DVD, when booting from the disc you could select "32-bit setup" or "64-bit setup" ... how is that done?
I'd like to be able to boot into either 32-bit or 64-bit setup of a Windows 7 AIO disc.
How do you integrate the Enterprise edition?
here are the easy steps that i'd follow in making x86 + x64 installation DVD from win7 forum
How to Create a Single x86 and x64 Windows 7 Installation DVD
Things you need:
1) ImageX tool
2)Windows Se7en x86 and Windows Se7en x64 DVDs Or ISOs.
3)Ultra ISO or power ISO.
So Let us start:
1) Make two folders, say "64bit" and "Allbit" and copy both Windows 7 DVDs x64 and x86 versions respective folder(I am keeping the folders in
2)Now open an elevated command prompt and go to the folder where you have kept imagex.exe.
3)Every windows 7 edition or SKU has an index no in the install.wim, you can check using the following command line
Imagex.exe /info C:\64bit\Sources\install.wim
4)Now run the following commands with appropriate INDEX no. to exports a copy of the specified image to another install.wim file.
(From "64bit" folder to "ALLbit" folder).
For WINDOW 7 HOMEBASIC x64:
Imagex.exe /export C:\64bit\Sources\install.wim 1 C:\Allbit\Sources\install.wim "Windows 7 HOMEBASIC x64"
For Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM x64:
Imagex.exe /export C:\64bit\Sources\install.wim 2 C:\Allbit\Sources\install.wim "Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM x64"
For Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL x64:
Imagex.exe /export C:\64bit\Sources\install.wim 3 C:\Allbit\Sources\install.wim "Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL x64"
For Windows 7 ULTIMATE x64:
Imagex.exe /export C:\64bit\Sources\install.wim 4 C:\Allbit\Sources\install.wim "Windows 7 ULTIMATE x64"
5) After running of above commands "Allbit" folder`s install.wim file will be the universal WIM file that contains all version of Windows 7
(both x64 and x86) . But you can also export any your desired versions only.
6)Open the Windows 7 x86bit ISO image with UltraISO, delete all the files inside it, then drag "Allbit" folder contents to the ISO please check
if the file "ei.cfg" exist in the "sources" folder or not if the file exists then delete it and save ISO anywhere you want. Now burn it and install.
Now you got a single DVD for windows 7 x86 and x64 version which takes more or less 4GB.
Do you know how to integrate the Enterprise edition like Fetishquest did?
I gave up on AIO DVD's when Vista SP2 came out only way to make it fit is by deleting starter and upgrade folder. Im just sticking to 2 dvds now. But good job. I did similar but just integrated Enterprise into each x86 and x64 and burnt the dvds seperate
so how do you integrate the Enterprise version?
can anyone please explain that..
yes, you just have to follow instruction no.6
in the "Allbit" folder I put the 32bit iso files, am I right?
I deleted ei.cfg but I got all editions except Enterprise
sorry, my bad enterprise is not included
or try to add this command:
Imagex.exe /export C:\64bit\Sources\install.wim 5 C:\Allbit\Sources\install.wim "Windows 7 ENTERPRISE x64"
it does not work...