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  1. I have some problem in 32 bit version all is OK but in x64 i got some error.
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  3. INTEGRATING 7264 LP to 7600 INSTALL.WIM !!! Mount install.wim with Gimagex -select that version you want to integrate- to ex. c:\7work\wim Then extract "7264 lp.cab" to ex. c:\7work\lp In LP dir, open "update.mum with notepad and modify the lines to these build numbers: <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="hu-HU" name="Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePack-Package" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> <package identifier="Language Pack" releaseType="Language Pack"> <mum2:customInformation xmlns:mum2="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v3" LPTargetSPLevel="0" LPType="Client"/> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-ProfessionalEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-ProfessionalNEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-ProfessionalEEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-EnterpriseEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-EnterpriseNEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-EnterpriseEEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-HomeBasicEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-HomeBasicNEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-HomeBasicEEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-HomePremiumEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-HomePremiumNEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-HomePremiumEEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-StarterEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-StarterNEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-StarterEEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-UltimateEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-UltimateNEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> <parent buildCompare="EQ" disposition="detect" distributionCompare="EQ" integrate="separate" revisionCompare="EQ" serviceCompare="EQ"> <assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-UltimateEEdition" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7600.16385"/> </parent> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SAVE IT !!! Then open CMD and type this: DISM.exe /image:C:\7work\wim /add-package /packagepath:C:\7work\lp Processing: 1 / 1 - Adding Package Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~hu -HU~6.1.7600.16385 [=================== 33.3% ] Error - Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePack-Package Hiba: 0x80092004 Error: 0x80092004 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DON'T WORRY !!! DON'T CLOSE CMD !!!and DON'T UNMOUNT THE WIM YET !!! go to the extracted lp directory and now delete all manifest files !!!! Go back to CMD and run : DISM.exe /image:C:\7work\wim /add-package /packagepath:C:\7work\lp AGAIN !!! Processing: 1 / 1 - Adding Package Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~hu -HU~6.1.7600.16385 [==========================100.0%================== ========] The operation completed succesfully. ANd it will work to 100% !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ANd finally Run in CMD : intlcfg.exe -all:hu-HU -image:D:\7Work\WIM ---replace "hu-HU" to your language. go back to Gimagex check "Commit changes" and unmount it ! From lp dir copy the "sources" and from lp/setup/ "sources" TO Install DVD directory ! IN DVD dir locate the lang.ini file in "sources" directory and edit it To this: [Available UI Languages] hu-HU = 3 [Fallback Languages] hu-HU = en-us ---replace "hu-HU" to your language. SAVE IT !!! THAT'S ALL !!! COMPLETE !!!
  4. Windows 7 integrator Features: In eine Windows 7 oder Server 2008R2 DVD Treiber, Updates und Sprachpakete Integrieren. In eine Windows Vista Sp1 oder Server 2008 DVD das ServicePack2, Updates und Sprachpakete Integrieren. Iso Erstellen. download:http://ul.to/o4fwd8 NO testet Quelle:http://www.winfuture-forum.de/index....owtopic=165279 English: To integrate updates, device driver and language packs into a Windows 7 or Server 2008R2 DVD To integrate Service Pack2 , updates and language packs into a Windows Vista Sp1 or Server 2008 DVD Create ISO
  5. Ok, tool is done now =) http://danielsteiner.net/blog.php/?page_id=84 you can now easily integrate languagepacks but you neet to run it on windows 7 and as admin
  6. The batch is working for me with some minor modifications ... don't forget to create all the dirs >>> Mount,LP, LPEXT and ISO before starting the batch to avoid problems with initialising dir variables. note : run the batch called for me "Start.bat" from dir "7Work" with Administrator rights iso building is working but you need to put the file "etfsboot.com" from DVD \Boot dir in root dir "c:\ 7Work" Successfull 7137 french x86 and x64 integration with this batch file. using WAIK version 7100 Warning you need to choice "5" for x86 and "4" for x64 at the begin.
  7. Sorry for my english but I wont use your .cmd file to integrate few language in onetime
  8. MagicAndre1981 @echo Off rem ###################################################################### rem # Configure Paths here # rem ###################################################################### set WORKLW=C: set WORKDIR=7Work set WAIK=C:\Program Files\Windows AIK set LANG=de-DE You can make here for feature do not need change de-DE .pl-PL etc. rem ###################################################################### rem # AB HIER NICHTS MEHR ÄNDERN !!!! # rem ###################################################################### set WIM=%WORKLW%\%WORKDIR%\Mount set WD=%WORKLW%\%WORKDIR%\DVD set LP=%WORKLW%\%WORKDIR%\LP\lp.cab set ELP=%WORKLW%\%WORKDIR%\LPEXT set ISO=%WORKLW%\%WORKDIR%\ISO Echo Geben sie die Version an: Echo 1 - Starter Echo 2 - HOMEBASIC Echo 3 - HOMEPREMIUM Echo 4 - Professional Echo 5 - Ultimate Set /p EDITION=Zahl: Echo. %WORKLW% cd %WORKDIR% echo ===================================== echo Aktualisiere "install.wim" echo ===================================== echo. echo Mounte "install.wim" nach "%WIM%"... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Imagex.exe" /mountrw "%WD%\Sources\install.wim" %EDITION% "%WIM%" pause echo Integriere Sprachpaket von "%LP%... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Servicing\DISM.exe" /Image:%WIM% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LP% echo Setzte Sprache "%LANG%" als Oberflaechensprache... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Servicing\DISM.exe" /Image:%WIM% /Set-UILang:%LANG% echo Setzte Sprache "%LANG%" als Benutzersprache... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Servicing\DISM.exe" /Image:%WIM% /Set-UserLocale:%LANG% echo Setzte Sprache "%LANG%" als Systemsprache... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Servicing\DISM.exe" /Image:%WIM% /Set-SysLocale:%LANG% echo Setzte Sprache "%LANG%" als Eingabesprache... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Servicing\DISM.exe" /Image:%WIM% /Set-InputLocale:%LANG% do not unmoute and integrate Meany language from folder LP/LP1 ,LP2 next,next,onetime we can integrate Meany language echo Erstelle "lang.ini"... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\intlcfg.exe" -genlangini -dist:"%WD%" -image:"%WIM%" -f echo Packe und Unmounte "install.wim"... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Imagex.exe" /unmount /commit "%WIM%" echo ===================================== echo Aktualisiere "boot.wim" echo ===================================== echo. Rd /S /Q "%ELP%" Mkdir "%ELP%" echo Entpacke Sprachpaket "%LANG%" nach "%ELP%" Expand "%LP%" -f:* "%ELP%" echo Kopiere Dateien... Xcopy "%ELP%\setup\sources\%LANG%\*" "%WD%\sources\%LANG%" /cherkyi Xcopy "%ELP%\sources\license\%LANG%\*" "%WD%\sources\license\%LANG%" /cherkyi echo Mounte "boot.wim" nach "%WIM%"... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Imagex.exe" /mountrw "%WD%\Sources\boot.wim" 2 "%WIM%" echo Kopiere Dateien... Xcopy "%ELP%\setup\sources\%LANG%\*" "%WIM%\sources\%LANG%" /cherkyi Xcopy "%ELP%\sources\license\%LANG%\*" "%WIM%\sources\license\%LANG%" /cherkyi Copy "%WD%\sources\Lang.ini" "%WIM%\sources\Lang.ini" Rd /S /Q "%ELP%" And in boot.wim too do not unmoute now and copy all information to integrate few language onetime echo Packe und Unmounte "boot.wim"... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\Imagex.exe" /unmount /commit "%WIM%" echo. echo Das Languagepack wurde integriert! echo. echo Erstelle bootbares ISO... "%WAIK%\Tools\x86\oscdimg.exe" -n -m -betfsboot.com "%WD%" "%ISO%\Windows 7.iso" echo Alles erledigt! Das ISO befindet sich im Verzeichnis "%ISO%" pause Thanks for interesting for my question.
  9. This guide works 100% for Vista & Windows 7 unlike most of the guides out there. I have seen many sites/blogs that have “Install Vista from USB guide” but either with incomplete steps or not working guide. I have also seen some guides that don’t’ use proper commands in this guide. After spending many hours I have come up with this 100% working guide. I just did this method on one of my friends machine and installed the new Windows 7 BETA. The main advantage is that by using USB drive you will be able to install Windows 7/Vista in just 15 minutes. You can also use this bootable USB drive on friend’s computer who doesn’t have a DVD optical drive. The method is very simple and you can use without any hassles. Needless to say that your motherboard should support USB Boot feature to make use of the bootable USB drive. Requirements: *USB Flash Drive (Minimum 4GB) *Windows 7 or Vista installation files. Follow the below steps to create bootable Windows 7/Vista USB drive using which you can install Windows 7/Vista easily. 1. Plug-in your USB flash drive to USB port and move all the contents from USB drive to a safe location on your system. 2. Open Command Prompt with admin rights. Use any of the below methods to open Command Prompt with admin rights. *Type cmd in Start menu search box and hit Ctrl+ Shift+ Enter. Or *Go to Start menu > All programs > Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. 3. You need to know about the USB drive a little bit. Type in the following commands in the command prompt: First type DISKPART and hit enter to see the below message. Next type LIST DISK command and note down the Disk number (ex: Disk 1) of your USB flash drive. In the below screenshot my Flash Drive Disk no is Disk 1. 4. Next type all the below commands one by one. Here I assume that your disk drive no is “Disk 1”.If you have Disk 2 as your USB flash drive then use Disk 2.Refer the above step to confirm it. So below are the commands you need to type and execute one by one: SELECT DISK 1 CLEAN CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY SELECT PARTITION 1 ACTIVE FORMAT FS=NTFS (Format process may take few seconds) ASSIGN EXIT Don’t close the command prompt as we need to execute one more command at the next step. Just minimize it. 5. Next insert your Windows7/Vista DVD into the optical drive and check the drive letter of the DVD drive. In this guide I will assume that your DVD drive letter is “D” and USB drive letter is “H” (open my computer to know about it). 6. Maximize the minimized Command Prompt in the 4th step.Type the following command now: D:CD BOOT and hit enter.Where “D” is your DVD drive letter. CD BOOT and hit enter to see the below message. 7. Type another command given below to update the USB drive with BOOTMGR compatible code. BOOTSECT.EXE/NT60 H: Where “H” is your USB drive letter. Once you enter the above command you will see the below message. 8. Copy your Windows 7/Vista DVD contents to the USB flash drive. 9. Your USB drive is ready to boot and install Windows 7/Vista. Only thing you need to change the boot priority at the BIOS to USB from the HDD or CD ROM drive. I won’t explain it as it’s just the matter the changing the boot priority or enabling the USB boot option in the BIOS. Note: If you are not able to boot after following this guide means you haven’t set the BIOS priority to USB. If you got any problem in following this guide feel free to ask questions by leaving comment.
  10. @tomorrow no commands See there : http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...amp;mode=linear
  11. One question set WAIK=C:\Program Files\Windows AIK set LANG=[b]de-DE[/b] de-DE this is WAIK language version
  12. *** UPDATE 1st may 2009 *** Since the 7100 build and some languages packs are "available", I find an information that might be worth to know. I tried to integrate the 7100 french LP into the 7100 iso, and this on my 7077 build installation. Doing so is useless, as DISM.EXE v7077 reports an error when trying to integrate the LP in the 7100 Wim image file. So, if you want to integrate a 7100 LP in a 7100 build iso, by following my tutorial, you have to do it on an existing 7100 installation of 7 (I've done it on my Acer notebook with success), with version 7100 of DISM.EXE. ********** Hi, There's a little tutorial I've done for all of you interested in integrate a MUI language pack in a Windows 7 7077 EN-US installation DVD. I've just done it for my 7077 x64 installation with french language pack. USUAL WARNING: I take NO responsability if you loose data by following my tutorial. If you're playing with a beta version of an OS, you know what you're doing. I) What is needed : - A Windows 7 7077 installation DVD or iso (I think you already got it). In my case, I used Windows 7 7077 x64 build; - A language pack (lp.cab). You can find some there : www.sinfocol.org; - GImageX 2.0.15 Beta (using this version is important, as it is compatible with Windows 7). Can get it here : http://www.autoitscript.com/gimagex/archiv...gex_v2.0.15.zip; - ImageX_x86 or ImageX_x64 depending on your actual OS architecture. You can find them here : http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/imagex-600...alone-download/http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/imagex-600...lone-download/;; - About 15 gb free HDD space. II) Preparation : - First make a folder somewhere on your hard drive. I suggest making a short named one, it will make things easier. So let's make a new folder, say "F:\7Work" (Naturally, replace F: with your own drive letter). - In this "7Work" folder, make 3 new sub folders : "DVD", "WIM" and "LP". - Unzip GImageX in the "F:\7Work" folder. You'll get a new folder named "install". - Unzip ImageX_x86 / ImageX_x64 to "F:\7Work". - Mount or burn your W7 iso and copy all files and folders in the "F:\7Work\DVD" folder. - Copy your "lp.cab" from your language pack to "F:\7Work\LP". We must have : F:\7Work ╠═══[DVD] --> with all folders and files from the W7 install DVD. ╠═══[install] --> GImageX 2.0.15 unpack folder name. Rename it to "GImageX" if you feel more comfortable with. ╠═══[LP] --> with your lp.cab. ╠═══[WIM] --> with expanded files from "install.wim" on step III. ╠═══imagex.exe ╠═══intlcfg.exe ╠═══vsp1cln.exe ╠═══wimfltr.inf ╠═══wimfltr.sys ╚═══wimgapi.dll We now have all things necessary to modify our W7 installation. III) The hardest things (please read carefully !!) part One - Integrating our language pack to the "Install.wim": - Execute GImageX, - Click on the "Mount" tab, - In the "Mount point" field, enter "F:\7Work\WIM", or just click "Browse..." and browse to your WIM folder, - In the "Source" field, enter "F:\7Work\DVD\sources\install.wim", or just browse to the "sources" folder and select "install.wim" file, - Set "Image" value to 4, - Click on the "Read and write" checkbox to activate it, - Finally click on "Mount". This may take a while depending on your configuration, as this expands all files contained in the "install.wim" to the "WIM" folder we've created. Just let GImageX do the thing and wait. Once it's done, click "Close". You can close GImageX if you want, but for lower risks, I've let it opened. You should have this : Next step: integrate the language pack. - Open a command prompt as administrator, CD to "F:\7Work" and type exactly this : DISM.exe /Image:F:\7Work\WIM /Add-Package /PackagePath:F:\7Work\LP\lp.cabDISM.exe is part of Windows and is in "C:\Windows\system32" (and if x64, in "C:\Windows\SysWOW64"). Wait as the process is relatively long. You should see this : Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7077.0 Image Version: 6.1.7077.0 Processing 1 of 1 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePack-Package ~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~fr-FR~6.1.7077.0 [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. F:\7Work> Next step: making our language the default language. - Come back in your command prompt, and type exactly this : intlcfg.exe -all:fr-FR -image:F:\7Work\WIMNaturally, replace "fr-FR" with your language code, i.e. "de-DE". You should have this : Input locale has been set to: fr-FR System locale has been set to: fr-FR User locale has been set to: fr-FR UI language has been set to: fr-FR F:\7Work>Now we have to generate a new "lang.ini" file. Type the following in your command prompt : intlcfg.exe -genlangini -dist:F:\7Work\DVD -image:F:\7Work\WIMEnter Y to overwrite the existing "lang.ini" file. You'll see this : Are you sure you want to overwrite the existing Lang.ini file? (Y/N): Y A new Lang.ini file has been generated F:\7Work>And finally we have to define the installation default language. Type : intlcfg.exe -defaultlang:fr-FR -dist:F:\7Work\DVDAgain, replacing "fr-FR" with your language code. You'll have this : Are you sure you want to overwrite the existing Lang.ini file? (Y/N): Y The default language in Lang.ini file has been updated to: fr-FR F:\7Work>Finally, we must save our modified "install.wim" file. - Go back to GImageX, - Click on the "Commit Changes" checkbox (IMPORTANT ! If you don't click "Commit Changes", the modifications WON'T BE SAVED !!), - Click once on the line "R/W F:\7Work\WIM F:\7Work\DVD\sources\install.wim 4" so the line turn blue, - Finally click on the "Unmount" button. Wait until the "install.wim" is saved (may take some time) and unmounted. Files & folders in the "WIM" folder are deleted too. Voilà, the first part is completely done. In my next post, I will explain how to modify the "boot.wim" file to have the Windows 7 installer language modified. ;-) Second part of my tutorial - Modifying the "boot.wim" file. Now that we have a "install.wim" file with our language pack, we're going to modify the "boot.wim" file to have it use our language. I) Preparation : - We need to unpack the "lp.cab" file. I used WinRar to do it. I unpacked the file to "F:\7Work\LP". In this folder, more than 4000 files and more than 3000 folders. - To speed up things because of these tons of files and folders, you can delete all files and folders in "F:\7Work\LP" *EXCEPT* folders "setup" and "sources". II) Let's do it ! (again, read carefully !) - Launch again GImageX, - Click on the "Mount" tab, - In the "Mount Point" field, enter "F:\7Work\WIM" or just browse to it, - In the "Source" field, enter "F:\7Work\DVD\sources\boot.wim" or browse to it, - Set "Image" value to 2, - Click on the "Read and write" checkbox so it's activated, - Click on the "Mount" button (should take a lot shorter time than the "install.wim" file !), - Click on the "Close" button when image is mounted. Next step: - Open a command prompt as administrator, and CD to "F:\7Work". - Type the following : xcopy DVD\sources\lang.ini WIM\sources\ /cheryki- Type : mkdir WIM\sources\fr-FRReplace "fr-FR" with your language code. - Then type : xcopy LP\setup\sources\fr-FR\*.* WIM\sources\fr-FR /cherykiAgain, replacing all "fr-FR" occurences with your language code. - Now type : xcopy LP\sources\license\*.* WIM\sources\license /cheryki- Finally, go back in GImageX, - Don't forget to click on the "Commit Changes" checkbox, else your changes won't be saved, - Click once on the "R/W F:\7Work\WIM F:\7Work\DVD\sources\boot.wim 2" so the line turn blue, - Click on the "Unmount" button. Our new "boot.wim" file is created and all files & folders in the WIM folder are deleted. And finally you just have to inject your modified "boot.wim", "install.wim" and "lang.ini" files to your Win7 7077 iso and burn it ! I used UltraISO, opened my existing 7077 x64 iso, removed all files and folders, inject my "F:\7Work\DVD" folder and saved a new 7077 iso file. For my tests purposes, I used a 8 Gb USB flash drive. If you have any question/remark/error correction/improvement, don't hesitate to post !
  13. I can ingrate few more now is 14 language but can be abate 20. I sure (positive) can do this.
  14. Windows 7 Multilingual Unattended +WPI Integrate language [Available UI Languages] ar-SA = 2 Arabic de-DE = 2 Germen en-US = 3 English es-ES = 2 Spanish fr-FR = 2 France it-IT = 2 Italy ja-JP = 2 Japan nl-NL = 2 Dutch pl-PL = 2 Polski pt-BR = 2 Portugal-Brazil ru-RU = 2 Russia tr-TR = 2 Turkey uk-UA = 2 Ukraine zh-CN = 2 China [Fallback Languages] en-US = en-us English is Default Language ; vLite preset file ; ;#Environment: ; vLite v1.2 ; Framework 2.0.50727.4913 ; Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7100.0 64-bit ; ;#Target: ; Windows 7 ULTIMATE 64-bit ; Version 6.1 English (United States) ; [Compatibility] [CustomHide] [Components] ;# Accessories # Speech Support ; Wsparcie dla rozpoznawania mowy ;# Languages # Traditional Chinese ; Chiński Tradycyjny Greek ; Greek Hebrew ; Hebrew Japanese ; Japoński Korean ; Koreański ;# Multimedia # Music and Video samples ; Przykładowa Muzyka i Video ;# System # Natural Language ; Język naturalny ;# Services # Error Reporting ; Usługa raportowania błędów systemu Windows [Options] DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Disabled (AlwaysOff) ; DEP (Zapobieganie wykonywaniu danych) = Wyłączone (AlwaysOff) User Account Control (UAC) = Disabled ; Kontrola konta użytkownika (UAC) = Wyłączone AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Default ; Ochrona AntiSpyware = Domyślne AutoPlay = Disabled ; Auto Odtwarzanie = Wyłączone Paging Executive = Disabled ; Paging Executive = Wyłączone Power scheme = High performance ; Plan zasilania = Wysoka wydajność Power button = Do nothing ; Przycisk zasilania = Nie rób nic Sleep button = Do nothing ; Przycisk uśpienia = Nie rób nic Control Panel - Classic View = Enabled ; Panel Sterowania - Widok klasyczny = Włączone Show hidden files and folders = Yes ; Pokaż ukryte pliki i foldery = Tak Show protected operating system files = Yes ; Pokaż chronione pliki systemu = Tak Show extensions for known file types = Yes ; Pokaż rozszerzenia znanych typów plików = Tak IE Phishing Filter = Enabled ; Filtr witryn wyłudzających informacje IE = Włączone IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Enabled ; Powiadomienia weryfikacyje filtru witryn wyłudzających informacje = Włączone
  15. *** UPDATE 1st may 2009 *** Since the 7100 build and some languages packs are "available", I find an information that might be worth to know. I tried to integrate the 7100 french LP into the 7100 iso, and this on my 7077 build installation. Doing so is useless, as DISM.EXE v7077 reports an error when trying to integrate the LP in the 7100 Wim image file. So, if you want to integrate a 7100 LP in a 7100 build iso, by following my tutorial, you have to do it on an existing 7100 installation of 7 (I've done it on my Acer notebook with success), with version 7100 of DISM.EXE. ********** Hi, There's a little tutorial I've done for all of you interested in integrate a MUI language pack in a Windows 7 7077 EN-US installation DVD. I've just done it for my 7077 x64 installation with french language pack. USUAL WARNING: I take NO responsability if you loose data by following my tutorial. If you're playing with a beta version of an OS, you know what you're doing. I) What is needed : - A Windows 7 7077 installation DVD or iso (I think you already got it). In my case, I used Windows 7 7077 x64 build; - A language pack (lp.cab). You can find some there : www.sinfocol.org; - GImageX 2.0.15 Beta (using this version is important, as it is compatible with Windows 7). Can get it here : http://www.autoitscript.com/gimagex/archiv...gex_v2.0.15.zip; - ImageX_x86 or ImageX_x64 depending on your actual OS architecture. You can find them here : http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/imagex-600...alone-download/http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/imagex-600...lone-download/;; - About 15 gb free HDD space. II) Preparation : - First make a folder somewhere on your hard drive. I suggest making a short named one, it will make things easier. So let's make a new folder, say "F:\7Work" (Naturally, replace F: with your own drive letter). - In this "7Work" folder, make 3 new sub folders : "DVD", "WIM" and "LP". - Unzip GImageX in the "F:\7Work" folder. You'll get a new folder named "install". - Unzip ImageX_x86 / ImageX_x64 to "F:\7Work". - Mount or burn your W7 iso and copy all files and folders in the "F:\7Work\DVD" folder. - Copy your "lp.cab" from your language pack to "F:\7Work\LP". We must have : F:\7Work ╠═══[DVD] --> with all folders and files from the W7 install DVD. ╠═══[install] --> GImageX 2.0.15 unpack folder name. Rename it to "GImageX" if you feel more comfortable with. ╠═══[LP] --> with your lp.cab. ╠═══[WIM] --> with expanded files from "install.wim" on step III. ╠═══imagex.exe ╠═══intlcfg.exe ╠═══vsp1cln.exe ╠═══wimfltr.inf ╠═══wimfltr.sys ╚═══wimgapi.dll We now have all things necessary to modify our W7 installation. III) The hardest things (please read carefully !!) part One - Integrating our language pack to the "Install.wim": - Execute GImageX, - Click on the "Mount" tab, - In the "Mount point" field, enter "F:\7Work\WIM", or just click "Browse..." and browse to your WIM folder, - In the "Source" field, enter "F:\7Work\DVD\sources\install.wim", or just browse to the "sources" folder and select "install.wim" file, - Set "Image" value to 4, - Click on the "Read and write" checkbox to activate it, - Finally click on "Mount". This may take a while depending on your configuration, as this expands all files contained in the "install.wim" to the "WIM" folder we've created. Just let GImageX do the thing and wait. Once it's done, click "Close". You can close GImageX if you want, but for lower risks, I've let it opened. You should have this : Next step: integrate the language pack. - Open a command prompt as administrator, CD to "F:\7Work" and type exactly this : DISM.exe /Image:F:\7Work\WIM /Add-Package /PackagePath:F:\7Work\LP\lp.cabDISM.exe is part of Windows and is in "C:\Windows\system32" (and if x64, in "C:\Windows\SysWOW64"). Wait as the process is relatively long. You should see this : Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7077.0 Image Version: 6.1.7077.0 Processing 1 of 1 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-Client-LanguagePack-Package ~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~fr-FR~6.1.7077.0 [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. F:\7Work> Next step: making our language the default language. - Come back in your command prompt, and type exactly this : intlcfg.exe -all:fr-FR -image:F:\7Work\WIMNaturally, replace "fr-FR" with your language code, i.e. "de-DE". You should have this : Input locale has been set to: fr-FR System locale has been set to: fr-FR User locale has been set to: fr-FR UI language has been set to: fr-FR F:\7Work>Now we have to generate a new "lang.ini" file. Type the following in your command prompt : intlcfg.exe -genlangini -dist:F:\7Work\DVD -image:F:\7Work\WIMEnter Y to overwrite the existing "lang.ini" file. You'll see this : Are you sure you want to overwrite the existing Lang.ini file? (Y/N): Y A new Lang.ini file has been generated F:\7Work>And finally we have to define the installation default language. Type : intlcfg.exe -defaultlang:fr-FR -dist:F:\7Work\DVDAgain, replacing "fr-FR" with your language code. You'll have this : Are you sure you want to overwrite the existing Lang.ini file? (Y/N): Y The default language in Lang.ini file has been updated to: fr-FR F:\7Work>Finally, we must save our modified "install.wim" file. - Go back to GImageX, - Click on the "Commit Changes" checkbox (IMPORTANT ! If you don't click "Commit Changes", the modifications WON'T BE SAVED !!), - Click once on the line "R/W F:\7Work\WIM F:\7Work\DVD\sources\install.wim 4" so the line turn blue, - Finally click on the "Unmount" button. Wait until the "install.wim" is saved (may take some time) and unmounted. Files & folders in the "WIM" folder are deleted too. Voilà, the first part is completely done. In my next post, I will explain how to modify the "boot.wim" file to have the Windows 7 installer language modified. ;-) Second part of my tutorial - Modifying the "boot.wim" file. Now that we have a "install.wim" file with our language pack, we're going to modify the "boot.wim" file to have it use our language. I) Preparation : - We need to unpack the "lp.cab" file. I used WinRar to do it. I unpacked the file to "F:\7Work\LP". In this folder, more than 4000 files and more than 3000 folders. - To speed up things because of these tons of files and folders, you can delete all files and folders in "F:\7Work\LP" *EXCEPT* folders "setup" and "sources". II) Let's do it ! (again, read carefully !) - Launch again GImageX, - Click on the "Mount" tab, - In the "Mount Point" field, enter "F:\7Work\WIM" or just browse to it, - In the "Source" field, enter "F:\7Work\DVD\sources\boot.wim" or browse to it, - Set "Image" value to 2, - Click on the "Read and write" checkbox so it's activated, - Click on the "Mount" button (should take a lot shorter time than the "install.wim" file !), - Click on the "Close" button when image is mounted. Next step: - Open a command prompt as administrator, and CD to "F:\7Work". - Type the following : xcopy DVD\sources\lang.ini WIM\sources\ /cheryki- Type : mkdir WIM\sources\fr-FRReplace "fr-FR" with your language code. - Then type : xcopy LP\setup\sources\fr-FR\*.* WIM\sources\fr-FR /cherykiAgain, replacing all "fr-FR" occurences with your language code. - Now type : xcopy LP\sources\license\*.* WIM\sources\license /cheryki- Finally, go back in GImageX, - Don't forget to click on the "Commit Changes" checkbox, else your changes won't be saved, - Click once on the "R/W F:\7Work\WIM F:\7Work\DVD\sources\boot.wim 2" so the line turn blue, - Click on the "Unmount" button. Our new "boot.wim" file is created and all files & folders in the WIM folder are deleted. And finally you just have to inject your modified "boot.wim", "install.wim" and "lang.ini" files to your Win7 7077 iso and burn it ! I used UltraISO, opened my existing 7077 x64 iso, removed all files and folders, inject my "F:\7Work\DVD" folder and saved a new 7077 iso file. For my tests purposes, I used a 8 Gb USB flash drive. If you have any question/remark/error correction/improvement, don't hesitate to post !