Windows 8 All-In-One multilanguage

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by plattfuss, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. plattfuss

    plattfuss MDL Novice

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    I have Windows 8 All-In-One installation, but I would like to make it multilanguage (I want to add two aditional languages in boot menu).
    Is that possible?

    Gorazd
     
  2. coleoptere2007

    coleoptere2007 MDL Guru

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  3. plattfuss

    plattfuss MDL Novice

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    No go...
    Windows All In One image is not allowed to be used to integrate languages
     
  4. tcntad

    tcntad MDL Guru

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    Obviously you prepare the two seperate images with whatever you want,try them in vmware make sure theyre OK and then you make an AIO
     
  5. plattfuss

    plattfuss MDL Novice

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    Problem solved.
    1st - I made 4 seperate images with the same settings and languages (Win8 x86, Win8 x64, Win8 Ent x86, Win8 Ent x64).
    2nd - After that - > 35650-Creating-a-Windows-8-AIO-with-Media-Center-manually
    3rd - I made USB key from win8aio.iso and it works
    :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
     
  6. coleoptere2007

    coleoptere2007 MDL Guru

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    Oups, sorry you'r right :eek:
     
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    abxccd MDL Novice

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    @plattfuss: How did you first build your 4 separate images with Multilanguage? Did you use Windows Download Integrator? In my case, adding a language using that tool generates a broken installer that will not finish the installation.
     
  8. plattfuss

    plattfuss MDL Novice

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    I extracted RTM MSDN images to 4 separate folders.
    Downloaded languages (*.cab).
    Than I opened windows download integrator 3.0.0.3, pressed no at start for ISO and pointed to extracted folder.
    Added language, added drivers, changed installer image and pressed OK to commit.
    4 times in a row.
    With DISM I integrated product keys to Core and Professonal 32&64 bit.
    Then I copied Core/Pro 32bit and Core/Pro 64bit to another location and converted them to WMC.
    With DISM I integrated product key to WMC 32&64bit.
    Copied Core/Pro32bit to c:\Win8AiO.
    Started WDI, create AiO, pointed first at Core/Pro32bit, next WIMs:
    - Pro WMC 32bit
    - Ent 32bit
    - Core/Pro 64bit
    - Pro WMC 64bit
    - Ent 64bit
    OK to commit.
    Then copied EI.cfg to Win8AiO\sources\.
    Made ISO with WDI.
    ISO - USB and that's it.