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#101
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now, it would be great to have this tool updated, so that you can insert drivers and updates into all 4 images..... please? :whistle:

That can be done with a simple batch script. Here is the link.


Just perfect - Thank you so much :thumbup


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@Mr Jinje

Just to post I use this tool almost exclusively to build my Windows 7 install-drivers, updates (cab files), features removed etc. A simply great app.

Thanks

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@Mr Jinje
Thanks again for this great tool.
Using it atm to integrate approx 50 updates into W7 64 bit image no4. Approx how long may it take to commit the image following adding the packages?

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@Mr Jinje
Thanks again for this great tool.
Using it atm to integrate approx 50 updates into W7 64 bit image no4. Approx how long may it take to commit the image following adding the packages?


Depends on your computer Mostly CPU and HDD :).

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@Mr Jinje
Thanks again for this great tool.
Using it atm to integrate approx 50 updates into W7 64 bit image no4. Approx how long may it take to commit the image following adding the packages?


Depends on your computer Mostly CPU and HDD :).


Took around 12-13mins to commit the image. My box is an I7 860 @ 2.8Ghz, 1TB HD.
Was just curious & know Dism is slower than imagex was.

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@Mr Jinje
Thanks again for this great tool.
Using it atm to integrate approx 50 updates into W7 64 bit image no4. Approx how long may it take to commit the image following adding the packages?


Depends on your computer Mostly CPU and HDD :).


Took around 12-13mins to commit the image. My box is an I7 860 @ 2.8Ghz, 1TB HD.
Was just curious & know Dism is slower than imagex was.


Owcrap..

For me it takes forever on my crapcomputer :P

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@Mr Jinje

was just wandering if you could include driver removal in your DISM tool; would be handy when you have drivers integrated that are updated....all nice and in the GUI.

Thanks,
Rick

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I would try something like this first.

Dism /Image:D:\Mount /Add-Driver /Driver:D:\Drivers /Recurse /ForceUnsigned

report back if that allows you to force all 200 of your drivers in a single command.


I tried that command in cmd in order to integrate all the unsigned drivers, but it fails to do so. The following is from cmd:

C:\Windows\system32>DISM.exe /Image:C:\s2 /Add-Driver /Driver:C:\drivers /Recurs
e /ForceUnsigned

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.1.7600.16385


Error: 0xc150003a

An error occurred while loading DISM. The DISM tool may be corrupt.
Try reinstalling DISM.

The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log

C:\Windows\system32>


Then again, I have no problem using DISM to remove packages and to integrate hotfixes, thus DISM itself should not be corrupt.

Another option is to use Mr Jinje's DISM Tool™ to integrate drivers. I can only use it to integrate signed drivers. Hence, is there a way to modify the DISM tool so that it can integrate unsigned drivers as well?

Edited by alvinkhorfire, 03 September 2010 - 01:28 AM.


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Could be useful but Does not work if path to WIM file has spaces in it.
You need to put double-quotes around path.

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Edited out as was not correct. (could not see how to delete)

The tool is very useful anyway, so thanks.

Edited by iBeta, 15 September 2010 - 06:55 AM.


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I am facing error captured in video while starting the program. What's missing on my system ?


System Configuration
Windows XP SP3 (fully updated till date)
Office 2010
IE8
Windows Installer 3 & 4.5
Core2Duo T7200
2GB RAM

Here's Video link: http://screencast.com/t/NzJhYmZm

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I am facing error captured in video while starting the program. What's missing on my system ?


System Configuration
Windows XP SP3 (fully updated till date)
Office 2010
IE8
Windows Installer 3 & 4.5
Core2Duo T7200
2GB RAM

Here's Video link: http://screencast.com/t/NzJhYmZm


The first post says supported os windows 7 only

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Ohh. It means I was wrong about running under windows xp. thanks for letting me know about it.

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Hello

was just wondering if it is possible to intergrate .NET framework 40 updates.

Thanks,

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HI,

How do i add packages? Steps please.

AS




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