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I'm trying to use DriverPacks BASE 10.06 to slipstream my Windows 7 Ultimate OEM cd, but when I use the standard "disk" option, it says I need to locate a valid source, the i386 folder. Apparently, my disk doesn't have one. My XP does, and I was able to slipstream it easily.

What am I doing wrong? Do I need a different slipstream program? I've tried RT Seven lite, but have had major trouble integrating the DriverPacks.


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The Windows 7 install disk doesn't have an i386 folder anymore. Check out these tutorials on the DriverPacks forums on how to add the DriverPacks to your install disk:

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