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what program is everyone using to Slipstream Win7?


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Slack2116

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im trying to create a Win7 disc with all the updates.  also if possible i would like to add a couple specific drivers that i need for my laptop.

 

edit:

i have been hearing RT7Lite is good.


Edited by Slack2116, 20 October 2013 - 09:16 PM.



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bbmak

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I use Onepiece's DX WinNT6.x True Integrator.



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I use this: Update 7 installation media



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I use Dism always reliable & works!



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I usually download the updates using WUD (Windows Updates Downloader) with the most up-to-date .ulz file, and after that I use W7_Updater. Then I use UltraISO to replace the last W7 DVD disk with the newly-generated file install.wim, because it goes way over 2Gb and, as most of you already know, it can't be used under ISO9660 conditions.

 

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Edited by thundernetbr, 07 November 2013 - 12:31 PM.

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