SiM99

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  1. I've been having the same issues again after re-installing and starting from scratch on the virtual hdd, but I found the cause and through I'd share my solution... Simply remove the read only flag on Se7en_UA\uaDVD\sources\install.wim. After copying it from the DVD source, it seems that the flag was never changed. Of course, removing read only on the whole directory works too lol,I had my vhd at 8gb and it ran out of space while working with the wim files. I'll have to start again tomorrow evening now... oops
  2. Last night I decided that I would give Se7en_UA it's own drive to keep everything tidy, so I'm going to be doing this anyway I've created a virtual hdd file under Computer Management and installed it to the root directory of my new W: drive. I had copied the previous Se7en_UA directory over the new install trying to avoid re-copying the windows disc and applying sp1 again, but I think I'm going to uninstall/delete that, re-install and start afresh when I next come to working on the install disc.
  3. The output from re-integrating SP1 was as follows; Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Mounting image [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Image Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Processing 1 of 1 - Adding package Package_for_KB976932~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6. 1.1.17514 [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. Wait /Get-Features SP1 Wait /Get-Packages SP1 Wait /Get-Drivers SP1 Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Image File : E:\applications\Se7en_UA\uaDVD\sources\install.wim Image Index : 3 Saving image [==========================100.0%==========================] Unmounting image [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. File not found - E:\SPfile SUCCESS: The file (or folder): "E:\SPfile" now owned by user "Ian-PC\Ian". processed file: E:\SPfile Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files Could Not Find E:\SPfile\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPfile\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPfile\*.* File not found - E:\SPslip SUCCESS: The file (or folder): "E:\SPslip" now owned by user "Ian-PC\Ian". processed file: E:\SPslip Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files Could Not Find E:\SPslip\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPslip\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPslip\*.* ALL Temp Folders Deleted Pause to see if ERROR. Copy Error and let me know Press any key to continue . . . I've also attached the log file you requested, just in case I'm off to see what's next. dism.zip
  4. I taken ownership of the uaDVD directory (manually via the Security tab in properties) then deleted the log file and then went into Se7ev_UA and clicked on the option that is now labelled "SP1 Start: 20:36 Done: 20:37"... The image mounted this time and everything seems to be going well so far. I'll report back later once it completes. Thanks for the help!
  5. Thanks for the response myselfidem but I'm not sure what you mean by "remove the mounted image with Se7en_UA". I don't see an option that sounds like it would do something like this in the program window. I have removed the mount directory from the root of E: before running Se7en_UA, but this didn't make a difference. Regarding the drive suggestion - I have the program installed to drive E: as I am trying to keep writing to my ssd (C:) to a minimum...
  6. I'm trying to get Se7en_UA 6.5.7 working under Windows 7 Home Premium x86, but it's failing at the point of slipstreaming SP1. I've already copied the Windows 7 files on a previous run, so I'm just loading the program and clicking on "Inject SP1 with 7zip" and then selecting the option for "all languages" (just in case that's relevant) I've watched the screen while 7zip works and seen quite a few "Everything is Ok" messages, finishing with the following: Everything is Ok Files: 2549 Size: 60763368 Compressed: 9507582 Waiting for 0 seconds, press a key to continue ... Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab0.cab Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab1.cab Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab2.cab Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab3.cab Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab4.cab Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab5.cab Deleted file - E:\SPslip\KB976933-LangsCab6.cab Press any key to continue . . . After pressing a key, the command prompt closes. I start it again and see the title bar of the app for a few seconds and then a command prompt where it looks like an attempt to mount the wim image(s) fails... Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Error: 0xc1510111 You do not have permissions to mount and modify this image. Verify that you have Read/Write permissions or mount the image using the /ReadOn ly option. Note that you cannot commit changes to an image with read-only permis sions. The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Error: 2 Unable to access the image. Make sure that the image path and the Windows directory for the image exist and you have Read permissions on the folder. The DISM log file can be found at E:\applications\Se7en_UA\Logs\SPslip.log Wait /Get-Features SP1 Wait /Get-Packages SP1 Wait /Get-Drivers SP1 Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Error: 50 The request is not supported. The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log File not found - E:\SPfile SUCCESS: The file (or folder): "E:\SPfile" now owned by user "Ian-PC\Ian". processed file: E:\SPfile Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files Could Not Find E:\SPfile\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPfile\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPfile\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPfile File not found - E:\SPslip SUCCESS: The file (or folder): "E:\SPslip" now owned by user "Ian-PC\Ian". processed file: E:\SPslip Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files Could Not Find E:\SPslip\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPslip\*.* Could Not Find E:\SPslip\*.* ALL Temp Folders Deleted Pause to see if ERROR. Copy Error and let me know Press any key to continue . . . I'm following instructions and letting you know about the error. When I run Se7en_UA now, the checkbox that did have the caption "Inject SP1 with 7zip" is now titled "SP1 Start: 20:36 Done: 20:37" but remains unchecked. Any ideas? PS I do have a quick question - is the WAIK actually required or not? I know there's a reference to it on the original post; But this didn't seem too clear to me... sorry. EDIT: I forgotten to mention that I've been running the program with admin rights
  7. Hi, Just a quick question... Do you need to include the windows updates in a specific order, like oldest first, or will 7Customizer apply the updates in the correct way so as to make sure that the most recent files are used? I'm just wondering if adding the newest patch first and the oldest patch last may possibly result in the older version of a system file being used. Up to now I've just downloaded all windows updates using autopatcher, searched the AP directory for *.msu files and added them all in one go. I'm currently building an image created with this method, but I'm not sure how I would test that all updates were applied correctly/in the right order Thanks! edit: Hmmm, the iso that I was building never showed up... does 7Customizer not like the iso destination being a network directory? (I'm building within a VirtualBox VM, so had the destination as a shared folder, which shows as a network location) Also, does 7Customizer not save any settings apart from the WAIK app locations?
  8. Hi all, Just a quick hello. I came across these forums while looking into customizing/automating Windows installations... still trying to work out RT Se7en - there seems to be more to customizing 7 than there was with XP See you around.