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darkmj16

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not sure if this was the right spot, seemed like it.

 

but anyway can anyone help me with building a costume windows 7 boot media?

 

when i say costume i mean remove some window programs/features i dont use, edit services, remove/add drivers and progrms (all with out breaking the system)

 

BUT the current computer im using will be no more. plus its intel. my build is amd. while making this boot media i will have all the drivers from the parts manf websites.

 

i have a legit copy of windows 7, but its ooolllldddddd. last time i used it almost a yr ago it had 200 something updates then, so would like to update it also.

 

so is this something we can do (or has been done and theres a guide i cant seem to find)


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Yes, there are various tools/techniques for achieving this, the search term you need for more information is

"slipstream Win7"

etc.

 

Here is a tutorial to get you started:

https://www.howtogee...enience-rollup/

 

Regards

paws


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that is great! thank you. just getting the windows updates was my biggest thing. programs i could just install later and the features disable later :/ 

 

has anyone used rt7 lite?


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