Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Windows Vista SP2 AIO x64/x86 en-US DaRT8 FINAL 2013 - Murphy78

Windows Vista SP2 AIO

Windows Vista SP2 AIO

If you use the same computer at home and for your daily work, Windows Vista Ultimate can support both your worlds. You can smoothly shift between the things you want to do and the things you need to do. For fun, you'll be able to enjoy music, images, live and recorded TV, and online entertainment. For work, you'll find improved document sharing and networking support. If your PC is a laptop, you'll be able to manage and extend your battery life. And you'll get advanced, layered security protection.

*This will NOT fit on a single layer 4.37GiB dvdr.*
*Use either a Dual-Layer DVDR or a USB drive.*

Windows Vista can cause suicidal thoughts, feelings of
depression, nerd rage, slow hard-drives, and T.F.K Syndrome.
You've been warned.

murphy78 sadly presents Windows Vista SP2 AIO DaRT8 FINAL
This release contains updates up to Feb12-2013, patch day

No Windows Vista Settings were mercy-killed in the making of this ISO.
No Programs are added to the Windows installs.
No Unattended Settings were added to the installation.
No Registry Settings were modified.
(One reg add runonce was used for .net 4.5 and IE9 security update)

Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 8 included in boot options.
Features include System File Scan, Recovery, Backup restore,
Offline hotfix removal, disk cleaning and repartitioning, etc.
(Thank anarchist9027 for this AIO addition)

Source RTM files:
x64: 6002.18005.090410-1830_amd64fre_Client_en-us-FRTMCXFRE_EN_DVD.iso
These are both sp2 final build

Release Files:
Size 7.43GiB
CRC32: A3122442
MD5: 2440A41BC786586D0962970C868A8693
SHA-1: 5FEDB5C4991EBA4961DBC175D4EC11373B1782FE

Installation Indexes:
Windows Vista Starter SP2 32-bit
Windows Vista Home Basic SP2 32-bit
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 32-bit
Windows Vista Business SP2 32-bit
Windows Vista Ultimate SP2 32-bit
Windows Vista Home Basic SP2 64-bit
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 64-bit
Windows Vista Business SP2 64-bit
Windows Vista Ultimate SP2 64-bit

Language: en-US (English - United States)

Tools used:
vlite for package addition
imagex for compression, export, and rename
oscdimg for iso mastering

KB Files added via add-package dism:
*Trimmed to upload, read txt

setupcomplete.cmd phase
KB890830-v4.17 (Recent Malicious software removal tool)
dotnetfx35.exe (NetFx 3.5 SP1)
NDP35SP1-KB958484 (Net3.5.1 security update)
NDP35SP1-KB963707 (Net3.5.1 security update)
NDP35SP1-KB2604111 (Net3.5.1 security update)
NDP35SP1-KB2657424 (Net3.5.1 security update)
NDP35SP1-KB2736416 (Net3.5.1 security update)
KB2758694 (xml4 exe only hotfix)
mpas-fe and mpas-feX64 (Windows Defender Offline Update)
reg add runonce clean.cmd (Sets up first boot to install
.NET4-4.5 and IE9 Feb2013 updates and reboot)

dotnetfx45_full_x86_x64.exe (.NET4.5 post oct9 redist)
KB2737083, KB2742613, KB2750147, KB2789648 (Net4.5 hotfixes)
KB2792100 (IE9 Security update for the IE9.msu offline install)
(This update is not allowed to install offline for vista)
deletes the big Scripts folder.
reboot to update system after IE9 security update.

This is my FINAL Vista release ever. I didn't use 2 indexes
for each install on this one because the previous version with
OEM branding severely hampered the boot-setup. Vista likes to
read all of the OOBE info during that phase. You can still use
the previous version if you like it better.

I played around with different methods of integration for over
a week. Seriously. I did all sorts of audit-mode - sysprep
captures from pre-integrated sources and original sources.
The end result just wasn't satisfactory and I've accomplished
the same thing with Vlite using about 1.5gigs less space,
minus directx web runtimes. Chances are if someone really
wants to use Vista, they aren't doing it for 3D games anyway.

So that's it folks, this is the last Vista I'll do and it's
as un-crappy as I can make it. If it isn't satisfactory to
you, you can just not use it.  If you want to add the OEM
branding from the mdl project, just copy the oem folder stuff
into the oem folder from my release, but note that it will
seriously slow down the initial install. I tested the hell
out of every single one of these indexes. If you have a
problem, it's probably on your end.

Condolances Pirates,
murphy78-TPB :)