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#1 enciktangankidal

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Posted 21 August 2011 - 07:21 PM

Hai everybody. I'm new in Win7PE.

Hope you all can guide me. :)

I try to include my own wallpaper.

I name it as winpe.bmp and i replace that previous winpe.bmp inside wallpaper.7z


[Failed]  RegHiveLoad - Failed to load registry hive: [wb-hive] From file: [%BaseDir%\Target\Win7PE_SE\Windows\System32\Config\default]

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Control Panel\Colors] Key [Background]: 0 78 152

[Failed] RegHiveUnLoad - Failed to unload registry hive: [wb-hive]: The operation completed successfully

[Failed] RegHiveLoad - Failed to load registry hive: [wb-hive] From file: [%BaseDir%\Target\Win7PE_SE\Windows\System32\Config\default]

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Control Panel\Desktop] Key [TileWallpaper]: 0

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Control Panel\Desktop] Key [WallpaperStyle]: 2

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Desktop\General] Key [TileWallpaper]: 0

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Desktop\General] Key [WallpaperStyle]: 2

[Failed] RegHiveUnLoad - Failed to unload registry hive: [wb-hive]: The operation completed successfully

[Failed] RegHiveLoad - Failed to load registry hive: [wb-hive] From file: [%BaseDir%\Target\Win7PE_SE\Windows\System32\Config\default]

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Control Panel\Colors] Key [Background]: 0 78 152

[Failed] RegHiveUnLoad - Failed to unload registry hive: [wb-hive]: The operation completed successfully

[Failed] RegHiveLoad - Failed to load registry hive: [wb-hive] From file: [%BaseDir%\Target\Win7PE_SE\Windows\System32\Config\software]

[Failed] RegWrite - Type: [0x1] Section [HKLM\wb-hive\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon] Key [Background]: 0 78 152

[Failed] RegHiveUnLoad - Failed to unload registry hive: [wb-hive]: The operation completed successfully


Actually, I try to add my own wallpaper by compress it onto wallpaper1.7z and attached it. I make some adjustment on interface editor and add some source code. But i still can see my wallpaper when i run win7pe.

If there is any reference topic that can solve my problem, hope can share it. :D

tq.

#2 MedEvil

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Posted 21 August 2011 - 07:35 PM

The wallpaper script in Win7PE, already has the option to use a own wallpaper. No need to change any code.

:cheers:

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Posted 21 August 2011 - 08:02 PM

As MedEvil said, if you are using the win7PE_SE project, it should be "trivial"...Is that the project you ARE using? And why are you playing with so many registry settings? Do you have a proper, debug LOG file to share! That is almost mandatory.

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Posted 21 August 2011 - 09:22 PM

Even "I" can easily change the wallpaper with the basic script included with the project, as long as I use a supported graphic type. :loleverybody:
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 09:38 PM

tq response my post. ^^,

my problem already solved. i use the AnyWallpaper.script to make it done :D

i just wanna ask something.

Each things that i wanna include into win7pe, is that i must put it first inside temp and attach it?

#6 enciktangankidal

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Posted 21 August 2011 - 09:54 PM

As MedEvil said, if you are using the win7PE_SE project, it should be "trivial"...Is that the project you ARE using? And why are you playing with so many registry settings? Do you have a proper, debug LOG file to share! That is almost mandatory.


Im using Win7PE SE.

Here my LOG file.
http://www.mediafire...fksu5rhewswbh1t

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Posted 22 August 2011 - 12:41 AM

tq response my post. ^^,

my problem already solved. i use the AnyWallpaper.script to make it done :D

i just wanna ask something.

Each things that i wanna include into win7pe, is that i must put it first inside temp and attach it?

glad to see you are starting to find your way around the project...I guess for the question, I may not fully understand (maybe an english translation issue?)...Many of the projects have ways to add files to the PE. For example in the win7PE_SE project (which you are using), you can walk through the basic scripts, one by one an look at them.

For example, in Build, there is 1-CopyFiles which copies the basic files out of the source media. It has a field to add additional files...You can point it at ANY place, and it will use that to copy that structure to the PE "target" area...So, if you had <root>/windows/fonts/*.* files, it would put them into the windows/fonts area...Same for any other folders and files. BUT, the point here is that the "source" could be anywhere. By default, it has as a location "%BaseDir%\Custom\Win7PE_SE", and it will use that folder unless you browse to another place. But that is why there is the little "folder" icon - to allow you to browse to the location of the files.

There is also a script in the Components section called "additional files", and it can also copy files over to the build. It is somewhat less flexible in that it has a hard-coded location to read from, but basically does the same sort of thing - i.e. putting files into the "PE" image being created. There are driver scripts that add drivers to the PE, etc.

Finally, there is the build of the ISO or media itself, and it also has an option to add files, but to the root of the ISO/Flash drive, and NOT to the PE being built. Again, it has a fixed "source" location, but a button to open it for you so you can add files to it...

So, SOME of the files come from the "workbench" area (not really temp) and some can come from anywhere...it is more a script writer's choice...and once you get comfortable in scripting, something you could easily change !

Hope that answered the question!

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Posted 22 August 2011 - 01:45 AM

Even "I" can easily change the wallpaper with the basic script included with the project, as long as I use a supported graphic type. :loleverybody:

and even then with my script (included in Win7PE_SE) images are automatically converted to the proper type!

#9 enciktangankidal

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Posted 22 August 2011 - 03:38 AM

glad to see you are starting to find your way around the project...I guess for the question, I may not fully understand (maybe an english translation issue?)...Many of the projects have ways to add files to the PE. For example in the win7PE_SE project (which you are using), you can walk through the basic scripts, one by one an look at them.

Scott


you correct sbaeder, i got problem with my english. FYI, im not tesl student :smart: but i try my best to explain it. :lamo:

i already go through the basic scripts, if i got any problems i will refer you all. :tabletalk:

TQ answer my question :clap:





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