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    edit windows iso

    by eskehacettddbey ·

    how can i edit windows iso i want to integrate program driver and update i want to edit windows iso how can i do it does not work with ntlite dism++ etc programs

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      Re: edit Windows iso

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to edit windows iso

      I looked at a rather random Windows 10 iso (the 64-bit version made in July 2020) and it has 899 files (in 84 folders).
      Which of these files do you want to edit?

      Also please see this earlier discussion about the same question:

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        Operating Systems

        by eskehacettddbey ·

        In reply to Re: edit Windows iso

        I want to edit all of them, I want to add a program driver, to the iso, I want a video on the subject, there is no new video with full details

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          For non-programmers, end users, etc.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to Operating Systems

          That would be NTLITE such as they write:
          “Integrate updates, drivers, automate Windows and application setup, speedup Windows deployment process and have it all set for the next time.”

          But this still may be too hard for everyday users. For them I have to write they need to outsource such work on Upwork and other pay to do work for us sites.

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          Actually I believe it is called V Lite

          by the master2 ·

          In reply to For non-programmers, end users, etc.

          N Lite was for XP where as V Lite is for the latter versions of Windows.

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          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to Actually I believe it is called V Lite

          NTLITE site:
          “Supports Windows 11, 10, 8.1 and 7, x86 and x64, live and image (more info). Server editions of the same versions, excluding support for component removals and feature configuration.”

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