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[SOLVED] problem with Vlite 1.2 and Win7 SP1 (MSDN)

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Thank you, but this method allows for the use of the program RT7Lite and I interereted in using only Gimagex and vLite of course.

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Thank you, but this method allows for the use of the program RT7Lite and I interereted in using only Gimagex and vLite of course.

you can just use Gimagex and Vlite

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Super, we get back to my first post.

I did not understand, how to make Win7 SP1 compatible with the vLite using Gimagex. I read that it is necessary to change the date of some files and folders and I read the instructions how to modify the instal.wim with Gimagex and the question is how to combine these instructions together.

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Super, we get back to my first post.

I did not understand, how to make Win7 SP1 compatible with the vLite using Gimagex. I read that it is necessary to change the date of some files and folders and I read the instructions how to modify the instal.wim with Gimagex and the question is how to combine these instructions together.

instructions for Gimagex are given in post # 105 ;)

not necessary to change the date of some files and folders

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Thank you very much for replying to my question and supplying your preset. :thumbup

1. So, how do you integrate Windows update? Is it via DISM?

2. As for integrating drivers, do you use RT 7 Lite to integrate drivers?

3. I understand your highly recommended solution stating that first use Gimagex, integrate the updates, then vLite and finally RT 7 Lite. For all of this steps, we do not need to install WAIK for Windows Vista and WAIK for Windows 7, right? I only have to insert vista vimfltr and wimgapi.dll in vLite folder.

Thanks again for your help.

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Thanks all, based on your advice I made ​​a working installation of W7lite SP1.

Everything looks good except windows update - updates some reports that have not been successfully installed - for example internet explorer 9.

Any idea what to do?

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Thank you very much for replying to my question and supplying your preset. :thumbup

1. So, how do you integrate Windows update? Is it via DISM?

2. As for integrating drivers, do you use RT 7 Lite to integrate drivers?

3. I understand your highly recommended solution stating that first use Gimagex, integrate the updates, then vLite and finally RT 7 Lite. For all of this steps, we do not need to install WAIK for Windows Vista and WAIK for Windows 7, right? I only have to insert vista vimfltr and wimgapi.dll in vLite folder.

Thanks again for your help.

1) yes I use dism

2) Indeed, it is with RT 7lite I integrate the drivers

3) it's right ;)

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Thank you so much for your explanation. You are very helpful. :thumbup

For me, after using RT 7 Lite as suggested in your steps, I would suggest executing the batch removal file via Gimage to remove redundant fonts. This batch file originates from dead0's guide. That way, we can achieve further slim down of the image.

So, you remove winsxs via RT 7 Lite. Can you install Windows updates to your Windows?

Everything looks good except windows update - updates some reports that have not been successfully installed - for example internet explorer 9.

Do you integrate the msu version of Internet Explorer 9 into your image before using vLite? Do you remove winsxs?

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So, you remove winsxs via RT 7 Lite. Can you install Windows updates to your Windows?

yes and no problem ;)

if I remove winsxs via RT 7lite, but not with Vlite

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Everything looks good except windows update - updates some reports that have not been successfully installed - for example internet explorer 9.

Do you integrate the msu version of Internet Explorer 9 into your image before using vLite? Do you remove winsxs?

No I don´t. No I don´t, only removed some components in vLite.

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@ vincentvega007

I would suggest that you integrate the msu version of IE9 into your image. The direct link for IE9 are as follow:

Win7

x86: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210145

x64: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210143

I mean, you really do not have to wait after Windows installation, to use Windows Update to install IE9.

As for some updates failed to be installed, I believe that the updates tried to update some components you have removed via vLite, and thus failed. I do encounter such case for my slimmed-down Windows 7 SP1. There is nothing much you can do, rather than rebuild a new image by integrating all newer updates before using vLite.

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@ vincentvega007

I would suggest that you integrate the msu version of IE9 into your image. The direct link for IE9 are as follow:

Win7

x86: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210145

x64: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210143

I mean, you really do not have to wait after Windows installation, to use Windows Update to install IE9.

As for some updates failed to be installed, I believe that the updates tried to update some components you have removed via vLite, and thus failed. I do encounter such case for my slimmed-down Windows 7 SP1. There is nothing much you can do, rather than rebuild a new image by integrating all newer updates before using vLite.

I know the method of integrating packages since the time XPLite. Even this method is not one hundred percent, especially with regard to the future. I can not imagine that it will build a new iso and reinstall the system with all programs every time MS release an update that will not download and install it using Windows apdate.

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Sorry for confusion. I was not questioning your ability of slimming down Windows. Anyone using a customized Windows 7 SP1 with IE 9 integrated, should not be installing IE9, because it has been integrated. That is why I found it weird that you have to install IE 9, as if you did not integrate IE 9 at all.

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Everything looks good except windows update - updates some reports that have not been successfully installed - for example internet explorer 9.

Do you integrate the msu version of Internet Explorer 9 into your image before using vLite? Do you remove winsxs?

No I don´t. No I don´t, only removed some components in vLite.

Attach your Last Session.ini, please!

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Attach your Last Session.ini, please!

There is my LastSession.ini

 
; vLite preset file
;
;#Environment:
; vLite v1.2
; Framework 2.0.50727.4961
; Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7600.0 32-bit
;
;#Target:
; Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM 32-bit Service Pack 1
; Version 6.1 Czech (Czech Republic)
;
[Compatibility]
ACDSee / XnView
KMPlayer

[CustomHide]

[Components]
;# Accessories #
Accessibility
Games-Inbox Games
Games-Premium Inbox Games
Mobility Center
Speech Support
Welcome Center
Windows Sidebar and Gadgets
Wordpad
;# Drivers #
Diva Server
Modems
QLogic Fibre Channel Adapter
Scanners
Storage controllers-Adaptec
Storage controllers-Elxstor
Storage controllers-IBM ServeRAID
Storage controllers-ICP vortex
Storage controllers-nVidia
Storage controllers-SiS
Storage controllers-Via
TV Tuners-ADS Technologies
TV Tuners-ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
TV Tuners-AVerMedia Technologies, Inc.
TV Tuners-Compro Technology Inc.
TV Tuners-Creatix
TV Tuners-Hauppauge
TV Tuners-KNC ONE GmbH
TV Tuners-KWorld
TV Tuners-Lumanate, Inc.
TV Tuners-Philips Semiconductors
TV Tuners-Pinnacle Systems
TV Tuners-TerraTec Electronic GmbH
TV Tuners-VidzMedia Pte Ltd.
;# Hardware Support #
Dynamic Volume Manager
Fax Support
Floppy Disk Support
Infrared Support
Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI)
Modem Support
TV Tuner support
Windows HotStart
Windows Portable Devices
XBOX 360 Controller
;# Languages #
Arabic
Brazillian
Bulgarian
Croatian
Danish
Dutch
Estonian
Finnish
Hebrew
Hungarian
Japanese
Korean
Latvian
Lithuanian
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Serbian
Simplified Chinese
Slovenian
Swedish
Table Driven Text Input Processor
Traditional Chinese
Turkish
Ukrainian
;# Multimedia #
Media Center
Music and Video samples
Sample Pictures
Screensavers
Sound Recorder
;# Network #
Distributed File System (DFS)
Internet Information Services (IIS)
Remote Desktop and Assistance
Simple TCPIP services
Telnet Client
Telnet Server
TFTP Client
Windows Collaboration
Windows Mail
;# Services #
Distributed Link Tracking Client
Error Reporting
Remote Registry
Routing and Remote Access
WebDAV (WebClient)
;# System #
16-bit Support
Beep
BitLocker Drive Encryption
Disk Quota
Help
IMAPIv2 Burning Support
Microsoft Client For NFS
Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ)
Natural Language
Parental Controls
Reliability and Performance Monitor
Run a legacy CPL elevated
Security Center
Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications (SUA)
Sync Center
System Restore
Tablet PC
Windows Defender
Windows Easy Transfer
Zip Folder

[Options]
DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Disabled (AlwaysOff)
User Account Control (UAC) = Enabled
AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Default
Memory requirement = 256MB
AutoPlay = Disabled
Paging Executive = Disabled
Power scheme = Balanced
Power button = Hibernate
Sleep button = Sleep
Control Panel - Classic View = Default
Show hidden files and folders = No
Show protected operating system files = No
Show extensions for known file types = Yes
IE Phishing Filter = Enabled
IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Default

[Services]
AELOOKUPSVC = Manual
CLR_OPTIMIZATION_V2.0.50727_32 = Manual
FDPHOST = Disabled
FDRESPUB = Disabled
HIDSERV = Automatic
IPHLPSVC = Disabled
LMHOSTS = Disabled
NAPAGENT = Disabled
POLICYAGENT = Disabled
UI0DETECT = Disabled
UPNPHOST = Disabled
WINRM = Disabled
WLANSVC = Automatic
WMPNETWORKSVC = Disabled

[Protection]
windows\system32\tbs.dll
windows\system32\wer.dll
windows\system32\Magnification.dll
windows\system32\msdt.exe
windows\system32\msoert2.dll
windows\system32\msdrm.dll
windows\system32\browcli.dll
windows\system32\optionalfeatures.exe
windows\system32\SystemPropertiesRemote.exe
windows\system32\werconcpl.dll
windows\system32\wercplsupport.dll
windows\system32\werdiagcontroller.dll
windows\system32\winipsec.dll
windows\system32\wmdrmsdk.dll
windows\system32\SnippingTool.exe

[Drivers]
E:\Instal\Intel\iaAHCI.inf

[Unattended]

[Hotfixes]

[LanguagePacks]

@alvinkhorfire

IE 9 is not a problem now. I have a problem with Win7lite itselt: when I use Dead0´s method from this topic

windows installation fails. When I use bapt´s method from here

and I can use only vLite batch file aka DISM doesn´t works.

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