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[Guide] Liting Win8 with WTK and manually removing

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Step 1 - removing with WTK

download it from:

http://www.wincert.net/forum/files/

here good removing config

http://www25.zippyshare.com/v/40940473/file.html

A. After removing stuff from the wim with Windows ToolKIT

B. install it to vhd [vmware or on host]

C. run vmware and start the windows 8 from that vhd

D. install the dot net 3.5

E.use dism /append-image to capture to same wim u deploy from

no need to sysperp win8 using uni drivers

[it save time of compressing]

F.use the old wim filter to mount the captured image

Step 2 - removing manually

with whereisit [application google for it ]

capture the mounted dir with whereisit

start deleting :)

here a list what can be deleted

1.metro apps from program files

2. winsxs\backup dir - *.*

3.winsxs\*.inf* [dirs]

notice some of the dirs the search will find not related to drivers files

u can delete them but if u can save them

4.nls* files all from 1mb and above[u can delete them all im not sure]

5. run *.* in dirs IME and Speech

add the files to user list and search from there to whole clg

remove all

6. remove *prn* folders from driverstore folder only 1mb and above

7. remove ttf files from winsxs dir

here a footprint example

Image Index: 1

-------------------

Name: Enterprise

Description: Enterprise

Flags: ENTERPRISE

Files: 59361

Folders: 14470

Expanded Size: 7742 MB

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Can I remove the 1 Gb of RAM requirement from Windows 8 installation using Windows ToolKit?

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try using the windows 7 setup files [im not sure if its easy]

or request someone to hex it

duno about WTK sry

or try install it with this method

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Hi, does whereisit can capture all files in wim file by just mounting it? I was planning to use vista wimfilter so that I could use vLite on it thanks!

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u can capture the image with gimagex

whereisit is not capture application its for make it easier to find files camper and delete

its like file explorer that index all the folders and files and make it easy search all HDDs

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Hey.

Is there any places where i can see what i can safely remove from Windows 8 with the WinToolkit without breaking the installation or other important things in Windows 8?

When i choose the Windows 8 Client (64-bit) in WinToolkit, then i get up 219 components i can remove.

If someone can give me some pictures with what i can remove for example, then it would be great.

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Step 1 - removing with WTK

what's the WTK? and how can i got it?

thanks

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Hey.

Is there any places where i can see what i can safely remove from Windows 8 with the WinToolkit without breaking the installation or other important things in Windows 8?

When i choose the Windows 8 Client (64-bit) in WinToolkit, then i get up 219 components i can remove.

If someone can give me some pictures with what i can remove for example, then it would be great.

check topic u will find ur answer :)

Step 1 - removing with WTK

what's the WTK? and how can i got it?

thanks

grab it from here

http://www.wincert.net/forum/files/

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How to make Lited Windows 8

I'm Hungarian. I don't understand this description. It is complicated for me!

Please write more detail and put up pictures for step by step what need to do.

Please! Thank you!

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hey there picinova1977

try find guide for gimagex / imagex capturing / apply ....

in this forums

and about whereisit try out it for few days u will catch it very quickly

if u have more questions i could help u here

i remember someone post in yt same "big" guide for imaging....

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here good removing config

http://www25.zippyshare.com/v/40940473/file.html

A. After removing stuff from the wim with Windows ToolKIT

B. deploy / apply the image to vhd

C. run vmware and start the windows 8 from that vhd

D. install the dot net 3.5

E.use dism /append-image to capture to same wim u deploy from

no need to sysperp win8 using uni drivers

[it save time of compressing]

F.use the old wim filter to mount the captured image

Can you reupload removing config file, please?

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http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/96206126/file.html



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