if want to slim winsxs folder (5GB to 200mb)
we have to use vlite
win 7 sp1 is not compitible with vlite, so
we have to use gmagex (apply n capture) to make it compitible with vlite.
otherwise vlite cant do its job
(2) I want to create an ultra slim version of Windows 7 pro that I can fit on a CD ( 700 MB or less ). Is this possible at all? If so, what are those components I can remove from the Windows 7 Installation files? Can you list those components so I can try it?
Any help, advice, pointers & babysitting would be highly appeciated. :- )
(1) I would like to integrate dotnet framework (3.5 & 4 ) and all the updates there after. How do I do that? Where do I add them in rt7? I have the original files & updates, but just can't figure out how to integrate them.
~ Kevin ~
kevonroll @ yahoo.com
Hello Nilesh Tambe, Thank you for posting this great tutorial. It helped me put many things in perspective that I didn't understand earlier when I tried to use rt7lite software. I just created an unattended version of my own Windows 7 Pro disc with SP1 and all the updates. I tried to slim it down as much as I can but the size of it still came up to in access of 2GB. I have a few questions. Perhaps you can help me?
kevonroll @ yahoo.com
dang, just got my OS up & running (had to buy external optical at walmart $42) the USB method failed (missing a file?) So I was stuck with no OS or computer to find a solution to the USB problem. What could have caused it to be missing a file? I followed your tutorial to a T.
2.u can just add entry in boot menu of windows 7 with the help of easy bcd
it will create new boot entry u can name it anything like emergency boot /win 7 pe
whenever ur main os fails to load u can boot from that entry
u can watch my videoTutorial to see How to boot from live win 7 without cd dvd or usb with help of easy bcd
u will get download links in the description for win 7 live iso
i have made win 7 live (ram os )it works from RAM very fast booting and working as compare
to live win 7 installed on usb or cd , it contains boot.wim file which expands in ram compare to tiny dlls and windows file on usb
(speed of usb 4~10mb/sec <<< speed of ram 1330mb/sec)
it copies all files to ram in 8-10 sec while booting
and after that it boots from ram in 10 sec so ur desktop is on in ~20sec
2ways to use
1. can burn it to cd dvd or usb with help of ultra iso or similar program