installing drivers and additional software win 7 AIK

Posted on 2014-03-30
Last Modified: 2014-04-10
I am working on an automated install of windows 7 pro oem to 8 identical systems.  I would like to be able to install device drivers and some standard software (adobe, java...). I have the answer file built and it works just fine except for the additional items.

What do I need to do to add them to the install ?

Question by:HalCHub
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Expert Comment

ID: 39965475
You can use RT Se7en Lite. You need to download the silent install versions of what you need to add to install.
I understand you made a build already but you may have to do it again.

Author Comment

ID: 39965591
the link to rtse7en lite is broken.  It points to a host gator site which is nolonger working.
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Expert Comment

ID: 39967596
Sorry about that. You can get it here.

Author Comment

ID: 39972320
that is for x86 and I am running 64 bit windows 7
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