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bensam56

RT Seven Lite - RC build 1.7.0 and Beta build 2.6.0

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It will look for wimmount.sys file in system32\drivers or for 64-bit syswow64\drivers

Isn't that backwards? syswow64 represents the 32 bit stuff

"The operating system uses the %SystemRoot%\system32 directory for its 64-bit library and executable files. This is done for backwards compatibility reasons as many legacy applications are hardcoded to use that path. When executing 32-bit applications, WOW64 redirects requests for DLLs from that directory to %SystemRoot%\sysWOW64, which contains legacy libraries and executables."

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Which hotfix is that? Can you tell me the KB number?

Sorry i dont know.I was integrating like 150+ hotfixes at that time :lol:

I will bring build 1.05 a stable one.....where some of the important system cannot be deleted. Thank you "Tomorrow" for checking by deleting some of the important applications and reporting me.

* I will also make an automatic updates receiver for rt 7 lite. So that you will get the updates directly on your computer and it will download the installer.

Very nice.Glad to be of help.If i find something else i will report :thumbup

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

are you running from the built in admin account? that is the exact same error i got when i did that. you can not run rt7lite from within the built in admin account. you need to create a user account with admin privileges.

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

are you running from the built in admin account? that is the exact same error i got when i did that. you can not run rt7lite from within the built in admin account. you need to create a user account with admin privileges.

MMMMM, yeah I was running from a built admin account - eh, on a Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit O/S. Alright, I'll give that a shot and see how that goes...thanks hclarkjr.

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Are we able to run rt7lite in windows XP ? I have installed waik and flash, but when I start the app I get an error message that files are missing and to reinstall. Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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Are we able to run rt7lite in windows XP ? I have installed waik and flash, but when I start the app I get an error message that files are missing and to reinstall. Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Dont think so.You need DISM too

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It will look for wimmount.sys file in system32\drivers or for 64-bit syswow64\drivers

Isn't that backwards? syswow64 represents the 32 bit stuff

"The operating system uses the %SystemRoot%\system32 directory for its 64-bit library and executable files. This is done for backwards compatibility reasons as many legacy applications are hardcoded to use that path. When executing 32-bit applications, WOW64 redirects requests for DLLs from that directory to %SystemRoot%\sysWOW64, which contains legacy libraries and executables."

Not backwards...our app is compiled for x86 architecture only not all....so it will look for syswow64

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

Did you got the default features list in the right side?

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Not backwards...our app is compiled for x86 architecture only not all....so it will look for syswow64

k didn't realize that have 64 myself. MS couldn't be smart and say sytem32, system64. would have made too much sense
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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

are you running from the built in admin account? that is the exact same error i got when i did that. you can not run rt7lite from within the built in admin account. you need to create a user account with admin privileges.

MMMMM, yeah I was running from a built admin account - eh, on a Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit O/S. Alright, I'll give that a shot and see how that goes...thanks hclarkjr.

did that fix it for you? hopefully ben can find way for it to be run from the built in admin account

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

Did you got the default features list in the right side?

Unfortunately, no, the default features list not showing on the right side - see the attach pic.....

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

are you running from the built in admin account? that is the exact same error i got when i did that. you can not run rt7lite from within the built in admin account. you need to create a user account with admin privileges.

MMMMM, yeah I was running from a built admin account - eh, on a Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit O/S. Alright, I'll give that a shot and see how that goes...thanks hclarkjr.

did that fix it for you? hopefully ben can find way for it to be run from the built in admin account

Unfortunately, no, I tried run from non - built in admin account and still get back the same error - see the attach pic below - I'm thinking there is a conflict with Windows 7 Enterprise 64Bit and the RT 7 Lite...I don't know, I can only guess. MMMMM

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

are you running from the built in admin account? that is the exact same error i got when i did that. you can not run rt7lite from within the built in admin account. you need to create a user account with admin privileges.

MMMMM, yeah I was running from a built admin account - eh, on a Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit O/S. Alright, I'll give that a shot and see how that goes...thanks hclarkjr.

did that fix it for you? hopefully ben can find way for it to be run from the built in admin account

Unfortunately, no, I tried run from non - built in admin account and still get back the same error - see the attach pic below - I'm thinking there is a conflict with Windows 7 Enterprise 64Bit and the RT 7 Lite...I don't know, I can only guess. MMMMM

Whats your current host OS language?

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I was testing out the latest build, 1.04 and for some reasons I'm getting this error. When I click continue, it just stuck at 48 percent and it won't go any further. Am I missing something? See the attach pic....

are you running from the built in admin account? that is the exact same error i got when i did that. you can not run rt7lite from within the built in admin account. you need to create a user account with admin privileges.

MMMMM, yeah I was running from a built admin account - eh, on a Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit O/S. Alright, I'll give that a shot and see how that goes...thanks hclarkjr.

did that fix it for you? hopefully ben can find way for it to be run from the built in admin account

Unfortunately, no, I tried run from non - built in admin account and still get back the same error - see the attach pic below - I'm thinking there is a conflict with Windows 7 Enterprise 64Bit and the RT 7 Lite...I don't know, I can only guess. MMMMM

Whats your current host OS language?

Current O/S language is English (running Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit)

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make sure whether you already mounted that same wim using any other apps and missed to unmount.....!

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ben, what is the command to unmount images through command prompt?

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ben, what is the command to unmount images through command prompt?

dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:%temp%\RT_Mount /discard

dism /cleanup-wim (to clean all mounted images)

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Hey Ben, sorry for the long delay to response....I had to do a clean slate and start over...this time, I'm able to get RT 7Lite working, but still encountered couple of errors.

Here is the main screen, where RT 7Lite is loading the image...

hms-w12694878721.jpg

In the second shot below (this is after I selected the task that I want i.e. Integration, Components, and Bootable ISO), I added the updates...

NOTES: I had decided not to include tweaks, customization and un-attended since I'm just testing out the RT 7Lite.

hms-w12694878732.jpg

Next, I added multiple drivers.....I didn't bother with adding Language Packs nor Applications.

hms-w12694878733.jpg

Here is the shot of the Features Removal...note, the Default features finally showed up on the right - this never happen before when I was trying to get RT 7 Lite to work right...

hms-w12694878744.jpg

Starting the process.....

hms-w12694878745.jpg

Now I got this error pop up - this happen when RT 7Lite is integrating the Updates...

hms-w12694899351.jpg

Process continues...here you see RT 7Lite integrating the drivers....

hms-w12694899352.jpg

Another error pop-up in the process....I do not know what this error related to, maybe you can sled some light on this...

hms-w12694899363.jpg

RT 7Lite disabling features and removing components as you can see in this pic...

hms-w12694899364.jpg

At last, the process is complete and I'm able to create a bootable ISO image without any problems...

hms-w12694899365.jpg

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Hey Ben, sorry for the long delay to response....I had to do a clean slate and start over...this time, I'm able to get RT 7Lite working, but still encountered couple of errors.

Here is the main screen, where RT 7Lite is loading the image...

In the second shot below (this is after I selected the task that I want i.e. Integration, Components, and Bootable ISO), I added the updates...

NOTES: I had decided not to include tweaks, customization and un-attended since I'm just testing out the RT 7Lite.

Next, I added multiple drivers.....I didn't bother with adding Language Packs nor Applications.

Here is the shot of the Features Removal...note, the Default features finally showed up on the right - this never happen before when I was trying to get RT 7 Lite to work right...

Starting the process.....

Now I got this error pop up - this happen when RT 7Lite is integrating the Updates...

Process continues...here you see RT 7Lite integrating the drivers....

Another error pop-up in the process....I do not know what this error related to, maybe you can sled some light on this...

RT 7Lite disabling features and removing components as you can see in this pic...

At last, the process is complete and I'm able to create a bootable ISO image without any problems...

Thank you for reporting my friend...i will fix this

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Hey Ben, sorry for the long delay to response....I had to do a clean slate and start over...this time, I'm able to get RT 7Lite working, but still encountered couple of errors.

Here is the main screen, where RT 7Lite is loading the image...

In the second shot below (this is after I selected the task that I want i.e. Integration, Components, and Bootable ISO), I added the updates...

NOTES: I had decided not to include tweaks, customization and un-attended since I'm just testing out the RT 7Lite.

Next, I added multiple drivers.....I didn't bother with adding Language Packs nor Applications.

Here is the shot of the Features Removal...note, the Default features finally showed up on the right - this never happen before when I was trying to get RT 7 Lite to work right...

Starting the process.....

Now I got this error pop up - this happen when RT 7Lite is integrating the Updates...

Process continues...here you see RT 7Lite integrating the drivers....

Another error pop-up in the process....I do not know what this error related to, maybe you can sled some light on this...

RT 7Lite disabling features and removing components as you can see in this pic...

At last, the process is complete and I'm able to create a bootable ISO image without any problems...

Thank you for reporting my friend...i will fix this

No problems... B)

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Hi, i went through much the same as mrookie and made a bootable dvd with updates using steven4554 list (jcarle's Utilities> Windows Updates Downloader)and it worked but had same problem of that value -1 error and only some updates installed (screenshot) and also i removed components and used unattended.

Hope this helps

win7-rtm-x86-enu.ulz

Windows 7 ULTIMATE_240320102329.inf

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Got this programme (1.04) working on my Win 7 X64 platform, iso created with no errors!

Great job bensam56!

I will be trying the installation to see the full results!

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