Remove the storage disc, everything is as normal as earlier. Thanks for reading this guide, hope it helped you. I only mentioned rufus because I have to use that as an alternative to run w7 off a usb drive so I can install it in uefi mode. If I take rufus program and put the w7 on usb, uefi shows up as boot option. After completing the installation whenever I try to add the storage disc, windows becomes unbootable. If resurrected, he is likely to go back to writing on technology. Well I'm not using any tools actually.
Hope this addresses your concern, if not please respond and I will attempt to address this further. If you could figure out why its not working I would be happier but if I have to just leave it then I'll do it. Hello, I have made a windows 7 image with the versions I want in it and it fits on a sl 4. What am I doing wrong or what do I need to do?? What are the exact mods you're making to the install. Also I'm not trying to unlock all version of 7, I have the ones I want, thats not the issue. You don't need to do all of this to unlock any other versions in the.
Put that into your boot folder you just made. Could you also provide a screenshot of the working system? Is there a way to solve this issue with keeping everything intact?. This is especially true if you are performing a fresh installation of Windows. First you'll want to mount the Disk Image, by right clicking and mount to Drive E: for example. Go to the Sources folder which is in the root Scroll down to boot. Follow our to walk around this problem. Click Make Bootable Media in the left pane.
If you only want to unlock all versions then why not use the way that millions of others have done so without problem? I think you misunderstood my answer: You're using tools that are not supported at all by Win7 and never seen to do a successful operation here before. . Do you think you can take a look at it please? The first file is the bootmgfw. When I point this out you say you're not using any tools while telling me again that you've used them. Also secure boot is disabled. Issue is my dvd with my custom wim cannot be installed with uefi mode like the original iso can, when I put in dvd drive and select what device to boot, I see no option for uefi for my dvd even though its a x64 w7 disc.
Remember press Enter key after your each move. Ensure that you have chosen the right media to avoid wiping important files from your flash drive. Note, Windows Setup automatically installs from this file, so long as you name it install. I need to install from dvd so I am still at the same spot. The link in that post to get uefi working is to rufus which is what I already have been doing to install w7 from a flash drive which is not what I want. I guess I could just not take any images out but I should be able to and have it still work.
Anyway, I serviced this w7 image just like everyone else does through dism command and imagex. So how do I make the dvd bootable with uefi? Really though, I don't see why it's not working, all I did was just replace the wim and nothing else so I dont see what I could of damaged. My dvd does boot but only in mbr mode. Anymore details you could provide would be appreciated as we want this thread to have a full and complete resolution. I have updated bios and disabled secureboot, legacy and fast boot.
Do you see more clearly now what I'm trying to solve? Do you have a link to integrate all updates into each image on wim without having to extract it from iso so that way I could still have uefi? How do other people make an aio with updates and uefi dvd? The problem is that when I created my install. Ohh I'm well aware that I can just delete the ei. The link you provided which I checked out says right at the top in red the windows 7 dvd download tool will not work for uefi. Then mount the original w7 ult iso with dt and replace my custom wim with the one already on the disc. I too am curious to know how this was resolved to make sure we have a full answer and aren't missing anything. Click Yes in the pop-up window, and wait for the process completes. Follow the instructions to install Windows.
All I did was take the install. When you are planning to install Windows 10, Windows 8. I need to know how to properly create a dvd with uefi option. Make sure to pay close attention and ask any questions you may have on the comment section. Open a Command Prompt window as an administrator, and type diskpart.
I've researched the file locations and everywhere I read, points me to the same location. Split the Windows image Split a Windows image. Once you've done that, just rename it to bootx64. The file names for the next files include numbers, for example, install2. My bios is configured correctly 100%.
I have installed windows 7 64bit Ent. In fact, I posted a question in that tutorial too. General Discussion Hi I have been trying to solve the following problem for a few days now but I am finding it difficult to find the answer. Thanks for your prompt response Brink! There is no point to removing versions because they install from the same set of files so you regain nothing except these problems. Follow this procedure to to slipstream the Updates into each version you want updated, after unlocking all versions.