You will need the latest Windows 7 ISO at any time: How to do a rollup slip stream of convenience?
Microsoft finally releases a “feature rollup” for Windows 7 ISO, which updates updates over the last few years (like a service pack) in a package. Microsoft does not offer ISO images with these updates, but you can create yourself in a few simple steps. In this way, whenever you install a new copy of Windows 7 in the future, you will not have to wait for download (and reboot) for several years of updates.
What do you need?
For this process, the Windows 7 disk or the ISO file looks like Service Pack 1. It is very easy to find at this time. You can download Windows 7 ISO images legally using these methods from Microsoft, and these disc images already have Service Pack 1 included. Before you continue, you need to download the servicing stack update and the rollup package.You need to have the packages associated with the ISO version you are using.
For example, if you are going to create a 64-bit installer disc, then you will need 64-bit update packages. Finally, Windows 7 will need to download and install Windows AIK (even if you follow these steps on Windows 8 or 10) .Microsoft makes it available for download as an ISO file, so you can install the software to mount the ISO or burn the DVD to an ISO, then install the software.
First Step: You have to Extract files from discs or ISOs.
You must first remove the contents of the ISO image – or copy a disconnected disc file. If you have an ISO file, you can open a program like 7-zip to extract the content or you can mount it on Windows 8 and 10. If you have a disk, you can select all the files on the disk, Just copy them and paste them into a folder on your computer.
Second Step: Use Dism to combine updates.
Now, open the Command Prompt window as Administrator. Open the Start menu, type “Command Prompt” for it, right-click the “Command Prompt” shortcut and select “Run as Administrator”. Run the following command using the path of the files you have in the folder (C: \ Win7SP1ISO):
Dism /Get-WIMInfo /WimFile:C:\Win7SP1ISO\sources\install.wim
This will inform you the name of the Windows 7 version in that image, which you will need later. At the screenshot below, you can see that we’re using Windows 7 Enterprise Media. You may have to use a Windows 7 home, professional, or ultimate version. If you have more than one version on your disk, note that you want to create ISO.
You will now need to mount the offline image. First create a directory to unpack it:
Now, unpack files so that DISM commands can work with them:
Dism /Mount-WIM /WimFile:C:\Win7SP1ISO\sources\install.wim /Name:Windows 7 ENTERPRISE /MountDir:C:\Win7SP1ISO\offline
Again, instead of C: \ Win7SP1ISO, replace your files extracted folder and Windows 7 Enterprise from the previous command to the Windows version. You must now add downloaded servicing stack-KB3020369 update-Windows 7 installation files. To integrate a 64-bit package:
Dism /Image:C:\Win7SP1ISO\offline /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\updates\Windows6.1-KB3020369-x64.msu
To integrate a 32-bit package:
Dism /Image:C:\Win7SP1ISO\offline /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\updates\Windows6.1-KB3020369-x86.msu
It depends on the creation of 64-bit or 32-bit installation media, you only need to use one of the top commands. Replace the package path with the folder that you have saved the serving stack. Next, add the rollup update package to the download facility – KB3125574 This part can take a while. To integrate a 64-bit package:
Dism /Image:C:\Win7SP1ISO\offline /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\updates\windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x64_2dafb1d203c8964239af3048b5dd4b1264cd93b9.msu
For 32-bit package:
Dism /Image:C:\Win7SP1ISO\offline /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\updates\windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu
Just replace your own folders, just like the last step, and only one run of the top commands. Use the installation media that you are creating, any one suitable for it – 32-bit or 64-bit. Finally, make changes and unmount the image:
Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:C:\Win7SP1ISO\offline /Commt
Third Step: You need to Create an updated ISO file.
The directory that you are now working in is integrated into the install. wim file for the rollup package. We will use the oscdimg tool included with the Windows AIK to create a new ISO image that contains your moded install.wim file. First, turn on the command prompt of the deployment tool as Administrator. Head to Start> All Programs> Microsoft Windows AIK. Then, right-click the “Deployment Tools Command Prompt” shortcut and select “Run as Administrator.” Run the following command at the prompt, instead of C: \ Win7SP1ISO in the path to your used directory. You can replace C: \ Windows7Updated.iso which means that you want to create disc images in any place.
oscdimg -m -u2 -bC:\Win7SP1ISO\boot\etfsboot.com C:\Win7SP1ISO\ C:\Windows7Updated.iso
Now you have an updated Windows 7 ISO file. You can burn it to a disk by using integrated tools in Windows, or you can create a bootable USB drive from it with Microsoft Windows USB / DVD download tool. Make sure to save this ISO to a secure location, so that you can re-use it when you need to re-install it.
Finally, the process is complicated enough. Trying to make it as easy as possible here. If you want to try this process, you can report your experience by commenting. We will try to make more easier in the future. Stay with us Thank you.