hope to give it more visibility ...
I need a batch file!!!
this is what I've done:
1) created a WIN7 ISO
2) created an imdisk folder containing the imdisk files, the setupimdisk.cmd and the setupcdrom.cmd
3) mounted rw boot.wim e put the imdisk folder inside the \windows\system32 AND the \sources of the wim, committed changes
4) rebuilded win7 iso containing the modified boot.wim
I've succeded to install win7 using the iso and the imdisk method...wonderful
I'm asking if anyone know how to build a cmd or similar to make automatic the second part of the setup, the one after the international settings.
at the moment, once at the prompt, I must do:
pushd imdisk (*) setupimdisk.cmd setupcdrom.cmd c:\7.iso (**) set fullname=c:\7.iso imdisk -a -f "c:\7.iso" -m #: x: setup
(*) note that the imdisk folder is already present into \sources of the boot.wim
(**) note that at this point I've already copied (at the beginning of the pc's setup) the 7.iso in the root of the first primary partition ntfs formatted-active of the HD0, so the path C:\7iso is correct.
rundll32.exe setupapi.dll,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 132 .\imdisk.inf
Set fullname=%~1 imdisk -a -f "%fullname%" -m #:
I'd like to launch a bat or a cmd or similar, containing all the lines, no needing to type anytithing else inside the prompt.
I know about the installer.cmd > imagexed wim method described here
but for some reasons I prefer the ISO way.
Thanks in advance