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Vista Guide to Integrating Updates and Hotfixes

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I was thinking that i was running them in elevated mode, im telling the scripts to run as administrator, by right clicking on them. and again i just get the same problem.

Im not too sure about using that "VISTA32 hotfix-TOOL" because im running the 64bit version (sorry if thats got nothing to do with it, im assuming because it says vista32 that its 32bit)

i didnt test it in x64 yet

but vlite does x64

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Hi,

has anyone an idea why I receive this error message (image is attached) after I slipstreamed the updates into the Business version of Vista!

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Getting error message when running integrate.cmd. Can anyone tell me why...?

Thanks!

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Getting error message when running integrate.cmd. Can anyone tell me why...?

Thanks!

The error I see is that it can't find PEIMG.exe. If you read the first post there is this:

The only place peimg.exe is used in this guide is to create a text file that lists the packages that were integrated.

By that description, it may not be a critical error, but I have not used this program before.

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This was posted in August 2007, is it still the best way to integrate Vista hotfixes released post-SP2?

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To be honest microsoft has made a huge mess with this especially on vista. Its had so many post sp2 updates and more than half of the stuff is not integrateable now. What I just end up doing to get all the updates is just do a full install and manually update everything then capture the image. The reason being is there is just too much trial and error as to what will and wont integrate with this now. It just takes way too long doing it the other way only to have more than half the crap not even integrate. And dont get me started on the whole .net framework thing, its a nightmare.

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