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Restorator 2007 Was Saving The Mounted Wim

Discussion in 'Solved' started by DantedemonG, Dec 11, 2017.

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  1. DantedemonG

    DantedemonG Registered User

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    Hello Experts i am Building Customized windows iso ...

    i am doing like this .....!

    1.i am downloaded the Restorator 2007 and installed it
    2. i am mounted the boot.wim and i am mounted with this Command "
    imagex /mountrw F:\W7\DVD\sources\boot.wim 2 F:\W7\Mount"
    3. and it was mounted to Mount Folder
    4.I am open that folder and i am use the restorator to modify the spwizimg to change the backgrounds of the windows and i am take ownership on them it was successful .......
    5.when i am change all images on spwizimg and saving it it was This error "

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    6. and i am run it as Administrator And it was saved and when i am unounting boot.wim it was not successfully Unmounting and i am use this iso into VMware and it was says no bootable medium Found I am search this on Google In lot of days for good answer and i cannot find...: (
    and i am learned The How to Install updates to install.wim and i am focusing the Windows Modification i am searched bout windows modification before making any changes you need to take ownership and i am did like that BEFORE MODIFY THE SPWIZIMG.DLL FIRE U NEED TO TAKE OWNERSHIP.

    if i am take the ownership on spwizimg.dll successful but it was't done correctly .......

    Please help me to solve this problem ......
     
  2. TheMacGyver

    TheMacGyver Staff Member Administrator

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    Dont anyone close /denied or delete this... I gave him permission to post it... :banghead::banghead::whew::whew:
     
  3. TheMacGyver

    TheMacGyver Staff Member Administrator

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    Ok.. @shhnedo , when you got time could you maybe take a look here and offer something, anything Please.

    I promised this dude I would allow him to post this problem here one last time and stop bothering everyone..

    Please take a look and be as kind as you can be trying to understand the post...

    Thank You..
     
  4. DantedemonG

    DantedemonG Registered User

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    Thank you @TheMacGyver i am found way to solve and i am search on deep web i am found something to resolve my problem ... Thank you..
     
  5. TheMacGyver

    TheMacGyver Staff Member Administrator

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    Now you tell me after I tag someone.. Ok 1 more day and this is over then...
    Good Luck and Merry Cristmas...
     
  6. shhnedo

    shhnedo Verified Member

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    First of all, to make your life easier, just /unmount-image /discard.
    Mount your boot.wim using DISM, not imagex. Find the spwizimg.dll file and copy it somewhere outside the mount folder. Edit it with the restorator, save the changes. Then, inside the mountdir\sources, change the owner of the spwizimg.dll file and then give yourself full control(

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    ). After you have ownership and full control, just copy your modified spwizimg.dll file to the mountdir\sources folder and replace the old file. Then /unmount-image /commit.

    EDIT: This Restorator is a handy piece of software, but it's dumb af - can't remember the dir where I extract stuff, the dialog window shows my chosen dir, but the program defaults to desktop...
     
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