Legolash2o

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The one who is running software he will never understand is calling me Troll   :(. ok, only wanna help, but your "extra" troll actions like "Github method first" wouldn't be neccessary if wim_tweak would work properly.

 

I wrote my own applicatiion, which do it's job properly and in 1/3 of time wim_tweak is doing. Serveral tests are approving that.

 

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you screwed your system up so bad

I know what you mean, but i only using fresh installations and the Installations are original, not modified.

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I wrote my own applicatiion, which do it's job properly and in 1/3 of time wim_tweak is doing. Serveral tests are approving that.

 

 

 

OK show us what you got. Above you said you were not a programmer
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hey,

i only said, that i'm not a good C++, C# programmer. My strength is python. Currently python + django. My script is written in AutoIT. It's similar to BASIC and not object oriented, but easy to learn and fast.

 

My script is more extensive than wim_tweak, so you are able to use some DISM functions like mount, unmount, remove packages and remove provisionedappxpackages but so it's more prone to errors.

 

So be pleasant, if one or more errors occur, it has still alpha status and i have not much time til beginning of feb -> means that i had no time to test all scenarios.

 

Notice: Some functions require NET Framework 3.5.

 

Mess with it if you can, you're welcome. You will have to install https://www.autoitscript.com/cgi-bin/getfile.pl?autoit3/autoit-v3-setup.exe to compile source.

 

EXE:

http://www.file-upload.net/download-11218660/PackageRemover.rar.html

 

Package Remover v1.0.exe -> 1.49 MB

Package Remover v1.0_x64.exe -> 1.60 MB

source.rar

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My script is more extensive than wim_tweak, so you are able to use some DISM functions like mount, unmount, remove packages and remove provisionedappxpackages but so it's more prone to errors.

 

 

Perhaps you should have not joined another app post criticizing what works really well for a long time. Yes its old

Start a post of your own in the right place. You do this for 10 or will it work also on 7 and 8?

 

I opened it and got the _DLLStructDisplay.au3 right away and found the au3 in your post in Autoit forum. Is it needed or comment out?

Then image errors cause hard coded path C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\PackageRemover\tmp\images

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It only works for a long time, because this tweak is experimental and not documented by microsoft. No one can say for sure which negative side effects this tweak will have, because there are only a few people out there who know what legolas is doing exactly, but most of them doesn't matter. I think the side effects are not critical but i already figured out one problem, that wim_tweak is causing:

 

I used wim_tweak on a fresh installation of windows 10 and was wondering why enabling Net Framework 3.5 (for default: disabled) failed every time. And after first try it will completely removed from feature list (dism /online /get-features), so you never would be able to install it. I think this happens, because net framework as features is i a special state by default "payload removed" and the missing "Owner" keys will prevent, that it can be installed properly by its' parent packages. Maybe the non "Payload removed" state is the reason why it's working on your system maxXPsoft. You're using Windows 7? -> When i mount my original windows 10 (Build 1511) install.wim file, net framework has this state by default. 

 

By trying to find out a solution i found a lot of threads created by people who might used wim_tweak and now wondering why they are not able to solve this issue.

 

When i have more time (give me 2 weeks) i will create a seperate thread, perhaps the coming days.

 

My script supports 7, 8 and 10, but only 8 and 10 are shipped with dismapi.dll.

It creates a config file, which you can use to define a path to the dismapi.dll ->

 

default path is: C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\Assessment and Deployment Kit\Deployment Tools\amd64\DISM\dismapi.dll

 

Windows 7 user will have to install "Windows ADK für Windows 8.1" but i think i can include the neccessary files, then ADK will not be required.

 

EDIT: All my tests were performed on Windows 10, but i will complete that.

 

EDIT2: oh i forgot to remove a library... I did some fixes. Try this 

 

http://www.file-upload.net/download-11238673/PackageRemover.rar.html

 

For the Windows 7 users, i included the api files, they are built-in now, so i temporary removed the setting to set a path to dismapi.dll. There might be only a problem with Windows 8 and DISM, but i will test that too!

Notice: You shouldn't use the 32-Bit Version under 64-Bit OS!

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I used wim_tweak on a fresh installation of windows 10 and was wondering why enabling Net Framework 3.5 (for default: disabled) failed every time.

 

.Net 3.5 I use the install off Dvd as first thing when I hit the desktop. Dvd is still in there after fresh setup so

ECHO Need your dvd/usb Drive letterDISM /Online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:NetFx3 /All /LimitAccess /Source:F:\sources\sxs
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ahh ok, you used wim_tweak after enabling .NET ?

 

You should try to use wim_tweak first and the trying to enable NET, it will fail, see attach!

 

 

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ahh ok, you used wim_tweak after enabling .NET ?

 

You should try to use wim_tweak first and the trying to enable NET, it will fail, see attach!

 

NOPE

Do them in order they need to be. Done this 20 times or more and I'm trying to prune things and get my order set. That may help with creation of a tool to do this especially since we will be seeing this every 3-4 months FULL install which wipes everything

 

First hit desktop

Well first thing that happens is it try to update OneDrive. Fire off script to taskkill and uninstall

1. 10_OneDrive_Uninstaller_v0.4.cmd

 

DVD/USB still in there what next?

2. 10_.NET3.5withDVD.cmd

 

3. add all my reg tweaks by reg or cmd to set things I want to make life easier.

4. Wait on it to install graphics drivers it wants to even though I have installed exactly what it is putting on %$#@*&

 

5. Time to kill Cortana and STORE

 

Haven't installed the 14251.1000 yet but will when I get time.

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Hey Guys

 

Thanks so much for the useful info here , I found this topic cause I want to remove the default installation of adobe flash player form my windows 8.1 pc and it actually worked out ,but since I'm a noob in such kind of things, and just copy and paste command don't make me a guy who understand what is doing , I would like to know if someon can point me out to a tutorial or something like that, maybe ther's still a kind of procedure for removing such crappy things like adobe flash

 

Thanks in advance

 

Becmade

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install_wim_tweak_NET4.6.exe is the same as install_wim_tweak.exe ???

i've download install_wim_tweak.exe ,after i've run it and i haven't found in my dism packeges list : windows defender .

Im working on windows 7 via Dism.

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There are errors in the removal ie8

It does not delete ie8 safe

error

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