(9 replies, posted in Windows 7 tools)

After much searching around I finally found the problem. It seems a few of the driverpacks i downloaded weren't finished downloading and gave a corrupt file error casuing the SAD2 utility to end prematurely.

Since I have it working correctly for a Windows 7 AIO installer, would you like me to document how I went about making it for future users who may have the same questions?

Edit. Double post, sorry.


(9 replies, posted in Windows 7 tools)

I got it to run but its not extracting the 7z files that are in the SAD2 directory. I'm trying to use Method 2 to save final disc space on the iso, it starts extracting 2 of the files, then fails for some reason.


(9 replies, posted in Windows 7 tools)

Well actually I'm still in the process of getting SAD2 to actually run after this setup is finished, because it seems that the script isnt properly calling the DP_Install_Tool after the end of the installiation.

Again what I'm trying to do is make an AIO installer for Windows 7 that automatically executes SAD2 after the Windows install is finished.

I think what I need to do is create a Windows 7 install with the setupcomplete.cmd inside C:\Windows\setup\scripts\setupcomplete.cmd and then run sysprep so it will include the script in the install and (hopefully) execute it.

The contents of my setupcomplete.cmd file is as follows

@echo off
START C:\D\SAD2\DP_Install_Tool.cmd /sr

The directory in which the entire sad folder is under $OEM$\$1\D\SAD2 which I'm going to add once I get the install.wim captured. In my head this is working out, but it never seems to turn out that way.


(9 replies, posted in Windows 7 tools)

I know theres a way of doing this but I don't quite understand how to. I'm trying to make a Windows 7 AIO Installer that runs SAD2 for both x86 and x64 on 1 installer disc/usb flashdrive.

I understand how to do it for one architecture but don't quite see how to get it to work for both.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Edit. Delete this, got it figured out.