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Integrate Windows 7 SP1 into your Windows 7 DVD by Grav!ty » Fri May 20, 2011 12:29 am

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Integrate/Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into your Windows 7 DVD

Preparation Download the X86 or X64 version of RT Se7en Lite which you want to use, depending on your Windows 7 operating system. RT Se7en Lite X64 will for example only slipstream/integrate the X64 SP1 within Windows 7 X64 and the same applies to Windows 7 X86. You need to get RT Se7en Lite (Build 2.6.0) or higher as earlier versions do not have the slipstream function. Download Windows 7 SP1 for X86 or X64 as the case may be. On your Windows 7 hard drive, create three new folders and name them something like Win 7 RTM, Win 7 SP1 and Win 7 Extracted. You don't need the Win 7 Extracted folder if you're using a DVD Copy SP1 to the folder of that name. The Win 7 RTM folder will be used by RT Se7en Lite to copy the contents of your DVD to. I suggest you let the program copy the DVD as you may not be able to create a bootable DVD if you don't. Those using an ISO image for the integration, should copy the ISO image to the Win 7 RTM folder. Install RT Se7en Lite.

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Using RT Se7en Lite When the program first opens, select ISO or for a DVD select OS Path and then browse to your DVD drive. Your DVD needs to be in the drive already.

After the contents of your ISO image or DVD have been copied to the folder you indicated, select your operating system from the list provided and be sure to check "Slipstream

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