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I have a windows installation disc. More specifically Windows 8 pro iso image . Can I modify that iso by adding some programmes which could be situated on anywhere C:\ drive by default on the windows when installing? Actually I have some software package which I love to install in Windows 8. So is it possible to add these programmes in iso without destroying the installation capability of disc?

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Create a WIM image based on the built-in tool DISM or ImageX. To be specific you would install Windows 8, install the programs you want, then create a Windows Image that you would apply in the future to additional computers instead of using the .iso image. This process is well researched. Just use the Windows 8 version of the tools suggested in this question… – Ramhound Aug 6 '13 at 11:18
yes, with tools like this: – magicandre1981 Aug 6 '13 at 18:42

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