Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Rufiq, Feb 25, 2018.
Hi. How do I integrate Windows 7 iso file drivers?
How do I add only the WLAN and LAN driver for the DriverPack program to the Windows 7 ISO file?
The same way as shown for the nvme drivers.
Will you help me do this with TeamViewer?
Nope, not going to remote help with clearly explained and simple to do windows servicing commands.
if you don't have required knowledge to mount wim files and integrating drivers even if istructions given by @Enthousiast were clear enough to make this work, you can simply use Windows 7 Image Updater by @Atak_Snajpera, this tool is very easy to use, it consists of building an iso with integrating all necessary drivers (Lan, wifi, usb3.0....) and updates automatically, you won't need to do anything execpt to load the iso that you need and you'll good to go. The procedure will take some time before it ends.
That tool creates homebrew and integrates driversoftware for non existing hardware.
@Atak_Snajpera mentionned in the concerned thread that the tool integrates all necessary drivers for LAN and wifi drivers. i just read what was mentionned there.
And i've tested it.
so it's time for the author of this thread to test it, the tool may have integrated the LAN and wifi drivers that he needs as it contains all necessary drivers as it is mentionned so this will hopefully work for him.
I have no need for another 50+ replies: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...felake-ryzen-threadripper.76335/#post-1408503
yes i had already seen those screen from yours, i suppose that you hadn't ticked "integrate drivers" in your test, that's all he needs.
if he uses your method, i suppose that he will need to extract .exe LAN and wifi drivers as most of those drivers are downloaded with exe file and afaik you can't integrate exe files into install.wim unless i am mistaken about this.
Most of this is already fixed (all missing important security patches plus IE11 are included). New version in three days.
And what is your problem? Are you afraid that Simplix Pack will be soon useless?
It has nothing to do with other tools, i know that objective testing and facts don't matter as much as in the past.
People should feel free to use whatever tools they want, but for once they should first learn how it all works before depending on all kinds of tools and not even knowing how it all works. Or asking for help by using Teamviewer.
Thank you for making this tool available here, it really facilitates the work for the ones who don't have the required knowledge to integrate all the drivers and updates manually and glad to know that most known issues were already fixed.
i will test the new version as soon as it will be posted in the concerned thread and will report back.
will the new version contain new options or features ?