steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (SOON TO BE UPDATED!)

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i use rt7lite all the time to integrate updates, the install i am running now was done with rt7lite to integrate drivers and updates and some themes

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i use rt7lite all the time to integrate updates, the install i am running now was done with rt7lite to integrate drivers and updates and some themes

Yeah, it's the only option besides command-line tools for win7. It's poorly written though, no multi-threading on some parts so it locks up..

I was just correcting some things said here, I'll probably do one of these myself soon with the mentioned elements. It only take like 5 hours top to do tools to automate building AIO packs..

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Here are two UL's that will let you download the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 with updates/drivers up to: 10th January 2012!

Steve

Just tried WUD for the first time and just wanted to say thanks for a really useful program, it's my first Slipstream attempt using RT7lite so this has been very useful.

Thanks

Pete

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Here are two UL's that will let you download the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 with updates/drivers up to: 10th January 2012!

Steve

Just tried WUD for the first time and just wanted to say thanks for a really useful program, it's my first Slipstream attempt using RT7lite so this has been very useful.

Thanks

Pete

Thanks Pete, i am really glad you found my ULZ's useful. But you should also thank JCarle for making this possible, as he created the program WUD.:)

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Thanks once again steve. (It's never enough thanking you for your hard work).

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hi everyone.. im new here. i just discovered this WUD program and im very eager to use it. Where can i get the latest ULZ file??

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hi everyone.. im new here. i just discovered this WUD program and im very eager to use it. Where can i get the latest ULZ file??

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I added your ULs to the site. Thank you.

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Hi,

I was looking for a LIST of recommended Windows 7 SP1 x64 Ultimate updates and haven't had any luck. Any one know of such a list?

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Hi,

I was looking for a LIST of recommended Windows 7 SP1 x64 Ultimate updates and haven't had any luck. Any one know of such a list?

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I thought as much, but after I integrate those into my install and then install, the MS update comes up with several of those files and some that are supposedly included with SP1. When I attempt to intall those I get "failure to install". That is the reason I asked if there was a list of recommended upates and hotfixes. Least ways the essential ones.

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I have created a AIO Windows 7 portuguese-brazilian instalation with x86 and x64 using dism and imagex.

All works fine but IE9 is in english, when I run windows update it ask to download a MUI pack to translate it. I try manually download this MUI update and try integrate using dism but doesnt work.

What I can do to IE9 back to portuguese brazil? After use WUD IE9 works fine.

PS.: WUD download all updates except framework 3.5 updates that is part of windows 7, I want to ask to add this updates to next release.

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I have created a AIO Windows 7 portuguese-brazilian instalation with x86 and x64 using dism and imagex.

All works fine but IE9 is in english, when I run windows update it ask to download a MUI pack to translate it. I try manually download this MUI update and try integrate using dism but doesnt work.

What I can do to IE9 back to portuguese brazil? After use WUD IE9 works fine.

PS.: WUD download all updates except framework 3.5 updates that is part of windows 7, I want to ask to add this updates to next release.

Uninstall your version of IE9, as i've found the version of IE9 in your language here:-

x64: http://download.microsoft.com/download/E/8/7/E872ACDB-EE4E-4B4B-A2AA-7A1CB6E5D248/IE9-Windows7-x64-ptb.exe

x86: http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/B/D/7BD95543-D8A7-474F-8A79-34DE266AAC27/IE9-Windows7-x86-ptb.exe

The installer will download all updates for IE9 and install along with IE9.

As for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, i do have plans to bring back the updates for 3.5 after the release of SP2!

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I have created a AIO Windows 7 portuguese-brazilian instalation with x86 and x64 using dism and imagex.

All works fine but IE9 is in english, when I run windows update it ask to download a MUI pack to translate it. I try manually download this MUI update and try integrate using dism but doesnt work.

What I can do to IE9 back to portuguese brazil? After use WUD IE9 works fine.

PS.: WUD download all updates except framework 3.5 updates that is part of windows 7, I want to ask to add this updates to next release.

Uninstall your version of IE9, as i've found the version of IE9 in your language here:-

x64: http://download.micr...ws7-x64-ptb.exe

x86: http://download.micr...ws7-x86-ptb.exe

The installer will download all updates for IE9 and install along with IE9.

As for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, i do have plans to bring back the updates for 3.5 after the release of SP2!

I dont know if here is the right place to ask but I will ask anyway. How to integrate it with DISM? I try put this EXE files but DISM ignore it.

EDIT: Solved after expand this both files using this command: C:\IE9-Windows7-x86-ptb.exe /x:C:\IE9x86 and than use dism to integrate the expanded cabs in windows instalation.

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