Creating a windows 7 self updating hardware independent image updating from cs2 to cs3

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Creating a windows 7 self updating hardware independent image

Is it possible to run the sysprep (sans answer file?

) so at least I can image it to the other laptop and saving hours on installing the drivers/updates/software/etc?

In this tutorial we will prepare a Windows 10 image customizing the default user profile and install software we want to include in a clean Windows installation.

When everything is as we want we will generalize the image, making it totally hardware independent.

These are donated laptops so we don't have the original installation disc, originally runs Vista.

The hard disk consist of 3 partition (on this order): - S: service partition, created by Lenovo - C: OS partition - Q: something to do with recovery, never really figured it out Following the instruction and then image the disk using ghost to the target laptop, it encountered 2 issues: - windows fail to boot (something to do with active partition, fixed with running windows repair) - it keeps automatically log in using the administrator account created in the answer file even though password is provided Maybe I do have to enter the audit mode before doing the sysprep thing.

In the comments section of our original article several users reported that they were unable to access the Internet after updating.

Sometimes you were able to access the Internet after several refreshes of your laptop or modem, whereas sometimes you said you couldn’t access the Internet after hours of trying.

When a new user is created, either when installing Windows or any time later, Windows uses this default profile as base for the new user profile.Hi there, I know there are quite a few articles on this but I followed the one on and ran into trouble.The thing is, I didn't got the chance to do step 3 as I found the link AFTER I did the customization.On turning the radio back on, the Bluetooth stack for Windows shall resume the device to D0, allowing bus drivers to restart the device.Report Rate requirement for full requirement details.

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