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TheWiz

Unattended Win7 Setup Multilingual

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Hi,

I download Win 7 x64 SP1 and add MUI pack of Hebrew & Russian in it using WinToolKit 1.4.0.65 .

But setup will not ask me for my prefer setup lang like this:

7RTMMULT.png

What i need to add to my Autounattend file so he will ask me in with lang OS will be install?

My Autounattend is Attached,

10x!

Autounattend.xml

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Integrating the languages into your installation install.wim file does nothing to change the WinPE installation environment. You need to modify boot.wim in \sources of your install media with languages as well:

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10X but where i can download Windows PE Setup language packs?

I need Hebrew & Russian....

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Funny, i am using right now your excellent tool SetProductKey. Good job man! :thumbup

I think i need to do : Walkthrough: Add Multilingual Support to Windows Setup

I download AIK and i found Hebrew in X86 & AMD64 directorys. But not in IA64.

So for my x86 image i will use Hebrew in X86 (?), but what i do for x64 version?

Thank U 4 Helping me! :hello:

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I download AIK and i found Hebrew in X86 & AMD64 directorys. But not in IA64.

Look inside: Programs | Windows AIK | Tools | PETools | ia64 | Winpe_FPs

However, it seems missing for ia64!

So for my x86 image i will use Hebrew in X86 (?)

Of course!

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I didn't understand your answer....

What should i do for x64 version?

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I didn't understand your answer....

What should i do for x64 version?

For amd64, all files needed are inside:

.\Windows AIK | Tools | PETools | amd64 | WinPE_FPs

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Ok i found the problem.

Now i have multi lang, but i don't get the first screen for lang support like here:

My link

Only in 2pass (after reboot) i get the lang i select.

Last help req from u :)......

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Have you also made the changes needed inside lang.ini ?

Understanding Multilingual Deployments

The Lang.ini file

If you deploy Windows using Windows Setup and you have added or removed language packs from the distribution share, you must recreate the Lang.ini file. Windows Setup uses the Lang.ini file to identify the language packs inside the image and within the Windows distribution share. The Lang.ini file is also used to identify the language that will be displayed during Windows Setup. Regenerating the Lang.ini file is also necessary if you plan to create recovery media for images that contain multiple languages.

You can use DISM international servicing command-line options to recreate the Lang.ini file based on any language-pack updates. Do not modify the Lang.ini file manually. For more information, see Languages and International Servicing Command-Line Options.

Recreate the Lang.ini file to reflect the additional language support using the DISM /Gen-LangINI command

Cheers

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myselfidem,

It is not relevant to here but i don't how to send it 2 u.

Base on your "Injecting keys for Windows 7 images" i create my program for KISS user.

My program check Image versions and injecting trail key to all image.

Pls check my script and if u confirm me to public it 2.

I now working on script form Multilang injecting including all need for Setup and Install.

SetTrialKeyW7.cmd

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Ok.

I almost do!

When try do to:

	CMD /C Dism /image:%WIMTMP% /Gen-LangINI /distribution:%WIMTMP%

I get error:

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.1.7600.16385

Image Version: 6.1.7601.17514


Error: 110


WARNING: Cannot query default language, falling back.

WARNING: More than one installed language in the image, picking first.

ERROR: Could not replace the existing lang ini file. The distribution may be in
valid.

Any idea why i get that?

I can rewrite lang.ini alone if i know how is stature is.

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Have you installed after installing WAIK for Windows 7, the Supplement?

The Windows® Automated Installation Kit (AIK) Supplement for Windows® 7 SP1

Maybe that can give some help also:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/148690-strange-behaviour-setup-multiple-languages/page__view__findpost__p__950057

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OK!

Now everything is working GREAT!

10x for helping!

I had my script that will add all lang that u select into win7 image. :whistle:

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Really nice! :)

I downloaded your script...but I need time to test it.

Enjoy

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Don't public yet.

I am testing it on 3 different computer to see that is ok.

I will be happy to get your remark :)

My last version is attach here.

My SetTrialKeyW7 is also for you eyes :)

SetLang.cmd

SetTrialKeyW7.cmd

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Thanks. I got it. I will take a look when I have some time!:)

Cheers

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Master, :)

I in my x32 version everything is working, but in my x64 i get error that i can't understand!


Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.1.7600.16385

Image Version: 6.1.7600.16385

Processing 1 of 6 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-Client-Refresh-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~ru-RU~6.1.7601.17514
Processing 2 of 6 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-WinPE-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~ru-RU~6.1.7601.17514
Processing 3 of 6 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-Client-Refresh-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~he-IL~6.1.7601.17514
Processing 4 of 6 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-WinPE-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~he-IL~6.1.7601.17514
Processing 5 of 6 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-Client-Refresh-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~fr-FR~6.1.7601.17514
Processing 6 of 6 - Adding package Microsoft-Windows-WinPE-LanguagePack-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~fr-FR~6.1.7601.17514

Error: 0x800f081e

The specified package is not applicable to this image.
The specified package is not applicable to this image.
The specified package is not applicable to this image.
The command completed with errors.
For more information, refer to the log file.

Full out put is attach.

dism.zip

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These packages are for boot.wim 2!

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I Finish! 10x man 4 Helping!

My results:

logo-cic.png

Check attach file.

Work-art :)

Win7CIC_1.05.cmd

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myselfidem,

There is something i still didn't understand. My install.win file size.

My info on original Win7 SP1 ISO:

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.1.7600.16385
Details for image : .\install.wim
Index : 1
Name : Windows 7 HOMEBASIC
Description : Windows 7 HOMEBASIC
Size : 11,710,161,360 bytes
Index : 2
Name : Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM
Description : Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM
Size : 12,222,587,449 bytes
Index : 3
Name : Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL
Description : Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL
Size : 12,122,886,417 bytes
Index : 4
Name : Windows 7 ULTIMATE
Description : Windows 7 ULTIMATE
Size : 12,285,492,779 bytes

After adding:

1. Lang - 3 Pack total 232MB

2. HotFix -371 Packs total 588MB

3. Driver - 103 inf total 28MB

Total 848MB

I get:

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.1.7600.16385
Details for image : D:\Windows7\x64\ISO\sources\insta
Index : 1
Name : Windows 7 HomeBasic x64 - TheWiz
Description : Windows 7 HomeBasic x64 - TheWiz
Size : 15,651,085,459 bytes
Index : 2
Name : Windows 7 HomePremium x64 - TheWiz
Description : Windows 7 HomePremium x64 - TheWiz
Size : 16,177,155,976 bytes
Index : 3
Name : Windows 7 Professional x64 - TheWiz
Description : Windows 7 Professional x64 - TheWiz
Size : 16,094,745,134 bytes
Index : 4
Name : Windows 7 Ultimate x 64 - TheWiz
Description : Windows 7 Ultimate x 64 - TheWiz
Size : 16,254,387,852 bytes

My Windows 7 Ultimate is bigger in 4GB! Why? i add less than 1GB how i get 4GB in return???

My install.win file after compress change from 2.9GB to 4.3GB.

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Have you compressed install.wim and boot.wim files?

Always using the same compression!

You can find here my examples inside Batch.rar folder (look inside en-US | Export_Boot.cmd and Export.cmd):

Take care with Export.cmd because only one image is exported (used to keep only one image= example Ultimate Edition)!

http://www.mediafire.com/?kns27djwvkrj2

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I did /compress maximum to all version (4-x64,5-x86)

But still i get huge file in the end.

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I see inside the command SetLang.cmd you add also inside boot.wim 1 !

You don't need, but only for some languages:

Walkthrough: Add Multilingual Support to Windows Setup

Step 3: (Optional) Add font support to Default Boot Image

If you added font support for Japanese (ja-JP), Korean (ko-KR), and/or Chinese (zh-HK, zh-CN, zh-TW) in Step 2, you must also add font support to the first image (index 1) in the default Boot.wim file.

My install.win file after compress change from 2.9GB to 4.3GB.

That strange! Could you past the command ?

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