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Hi I would like to Integrated Windows 7 DVDs IE9 me but I could not: (Do you have information which is integrated into Windows 7 How to IE9

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run the IE full installer with /X to extract them and use DISM to integrate them. This works fine.

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I haven't got any problem with the integration itself, but...

After OS installation, everytime I start up an IE9, it always opens up with two tabs. The second one is "Beauty of the Web" or something like that. I checked, but there is only one homepage in the settings dialog. Not only that, but everytime it pops up the dialog where you have to select whether you want to use recommended settings or set up things manually.

These symptoms do not appear at all when IE9 is installed after OS setup via either .exe or .msu.

I've managed to fix my problem (the integration type) by creating a config only package with IEAK9 RC.

I'm using autounattended with no errors so far, though not touching any IE settings in it, so... It seems to me that the integration fails somehow, I haven't found anyone with similar problem. Anyone got a clue? Oh, I've tried integrating both the .cab and the .msu with no difference.

Thx

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You probably have to disable that in the IEAK9 settings wizard.

Alternatively this might do it:

start / run / gpedit.msc

computer configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Internet Explorer / Prevent performance of first run customize settings

Double click it, set it to enabled and select "go directly to homepage" from the drop down box.

Might work, not sure.

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Internet Explorer 9 for Win7 Links (msu update versions)

x86: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198936

x64: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198933

(Thanks rick for the links)

I used dism to integrate it and all went fine!

Try rt7lite and one of these packs...

Turkish language yet? Msu extension of the release was known, or how can I do? Can you help please

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You open the EXE (the one that downloads the installer) in a program called BinText, then you do a search for

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink

This will give you the direct links to dl the msu

Edited by ricktendo64
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Sorry. I do not know the full meaning of the English language. : ( IE9-win7.MSU Turkish version give me?

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Install the beta see if Microsoft Update wants to install the RC...then look in WindowsUpdate.log for a link to MSU or CAB

Edit: Here!!!

000000001DD0   000000001D5D      0   %s_Vista_x64
000000001DF0 000000001D7D 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198934
000000001E50 000000001DDD 0 %s_Win7_x64
000000001E70 000000001DFD 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198933

00000000231C   000001002F1C      0   %s_Vista_x86
000000002338 000001002F38 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198935
000000002394 000001002F94 0 %s_Win7_x86
0000000023B0 000001002FB0 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198936

Edit2: appears to be the same link, maybe its multilanguage

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Sir, I know here. Here, I've downloaded the file, how can I bring into msu?

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Sir, I know here. Here, I've downloaded the file, how can I bring into msu?

open command prompt same folder

IE9-Windows7-x64-enu.exe /x:IE9

it will be .cab but you can add to image also

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