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Posted 13 January 2013 - 11:26
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Hmmm, something isn't right.
I just used vLite to make an unattended .iso. Started off at about 3.2GB for the beginning ISO, when finished the .iso is 7.34GB. I haven't even added anything.
One thing i found irritating is that i can't change the UI language from US English. I can do the keyboard to UK English, but not the UI language.
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Posted 13 January 2013 - 18:35
Some things in life are worth the initial learning curve, but good luck with whatever you're trying to accomplish.
EDIT: Just tried Win ToolKit - i don't like it. It's not as simple/user friendly as RT 7 Lite & vLite.
Posted 13 January 2013 - 19:34
Posted 22 September 2013 - 16:46
RE: RT Se7en Lite
rt_7_lite_win7_Vista_x64 [15.8mb] (you can get the 64 or 32bit install) link: http://www.rt7lite.com/downloads.html
I have seen some who have tried to use RT7Lite and seem to stop at the ‘sponsors’ (empty) window pops up,
just 'x' it out and then click yes in the box to continue running scripts – box closes and program starts.
I have to do this each time I start the program but I think the error is only related to the ‘sponsors’ page and not the program itself.
I used rt7Lite for the first time yesterday. I made an iso.file of my original MS Win7 HP 64bit disk and proceeded to make an
unattended install iso which I burned to a dvd. No problems whatsoever.
I too had used n/vlite in the past which worked great for xp and that horrible vista (in my estimation) but didn’t like 7.
You can download a legal copies of iso’s from here: DigitalRiver microsoft iso files or make your own (quicker).
RT Se7en Lite needs the following applications installed on your system before you start customizing!
I did not download/install WAIK, I assume I already/still have it installed? Actually, I didn’t dnl/install anything else except rt7lite
and still made the install disk without any errors (haven’t tested it yet though).
If you are reluctant to use rt7lite due to the stupid ‘sponsors’ window/scriptbox – don’t be, simply x it out and continue with script.
Try it and if you don’t like it, fine, but I’m just saying the initial screwup with their sponsors window is not a problem.
I am now in the process of locating all extra drivers I want to use with the install and make another disk .