Everything seems fine.
Attached WimToolBatches, now with:
w_create.cmd <- to create an image
w_install.cmd <- to install the set of files and services (uses wimtools.inf)
w_mount.cmd <- to mount an image
w_test.cmd <- to test the state of the service
w_uninstall.cmd <- to uninstall the service
w_unmount.cmd <- to mount an image
wimtools.inf <-.inf install file, you can right click in Explorer and Install
Add in the same directory (stoopidly long paths with spaces in it NOT tested):
and of course
Please note that a suitable source for the Windows 7 files is this stoopidly long path (but without spaces
This is NOT
a joke, use the batches at your own risk, they could be hose your system in no time.
They are at this moment VERY
experimental, don't come here whining about an unbootable system, I told you.
However reports from the bravehearts (or more experienced peeps around) are welcome.
The (very little testing) has been carried on x86 ONLY
, I have no idea if the batches will work on x64, nor if they can be easily adapted to it.
(this seems like work for Lancelot
To install from Winbuilder, you can use the .inf file allright, calling SETUPAPI.DLL like I do in w_install.cmd
To uninstall, I tried to use as well the .inf file but wasn't able to make it work
, I guess you can use SC as I do in w_uninstall.cmd.
I am posting a new thread with the same info:http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=9765
let's keep this one for development.