Hi. I am new to this. I am currently using a program called "Setup Factory 8" from the Indigo Rose Corporation. I was wondering if there is a program or process to merge all of the different installation files into one setup file? Basically, I am just being lazy. I have a Win7 update disk used to update from vista or xp. I threw on the boot table from the ISO of a Win 7 oem so that what I have is a bootable Win 7 update disk that allows for a full install without a previous operating system. I have downloaded all the drivers and driver installation files to get my computer running. There are about 15-20 different files that each unpack the drivers into their correct places. My main question is whether or not I would be able to combine them (some in different formats), to create one single installation package. So that when I use my homemade windows setup, I can just click one installation file to install all my drivers, rather than going through 20 different installation processes. I was also wondering if I would be able to merge it directly onto the install disk? In the same general category, I have about 8 updates for adobe that are in the .msp format and I would like to merge those as well if it is possible. Thank you for your help.
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Answered 09/30/2010 by: VBScab
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