I just made a few batches to easen the use of the thingy and without using Winbuilder.
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):
wimgapi.dll wimmount.sys wimserv.exe
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 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 )
Development/historical thread here: