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#1 jmdlcar

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Posted 2 weeks ago

I'm new and I have a question. I have this 7pe_amd64_E.iso and I use this rufus-2.2.exe to make a bootable USB. I also downloaded the drivers from here http://driverpacks.n...verpacks/latest.


My question is after I set it up how can I save the driver and few other things?


I like how it looks. And later I will my own version of Win7 PE amd64.



#2 steve6375


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Posted 2 weeks ago

You need to add drivers to the boot.wim file.

You can Google for instructions how to do this.

Then remake the ISO (or just add the .wim file to an Easy2Boot or Ventoy USB drive).


An alternative is to boot to WinPE and then automatically add in the drivers, wallpaper, desktop shortcuts that you want.

The advantage is that you can add the same drivers, wallpaper, icons, etc. into any WinPE that you boot to.

See https://rmprepusb.co...sing-pestartup/

#3 wimb


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Posted 3 days ago

I have Uploaded a lot of the old stuff to github VHD_XP_Setup


Make_PE3_48 and USB_MultiBoot_10 and VHD_XP_Compact and VHD_7C_88 and VHD_8C_88 and more ....


More Info on using Make_PE3_48 in topic Make_PE3 Program to Create Portable Windows 7 PE


and YouTube Video Make_PE3 - Portable Windows 7 PE is available.


You don't need VHD_W7C_drivers.exe for Make_PE3  but I have VHD_W7C_drivers addon Uploaded for project VHD_W7C_88

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