How to slipstream programs into Windows 7?

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  1. Drjones

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    As titled, I'm sure you are all aware of nLite & vLite to slipstream programs like Google Chrome, MS Office, Adobe Reader, etc. as well as some drivers into XP & Vista, but is there anything out there yet to do the same thing for Win7 yet?

    My Google search yielded nothing....
     
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    Have you tried using vLite? Since 7 is a hot-rodded Vista, it might work.
     
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    I have not. I thought about it for sure, but since I didn't see any mention of it on any of the results I found from Google, it probably doesn't work. I guess I could try it if I get a few spare minutes.....
     
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    First hit when I Googled '7lite'. ;)

    http://www.winmatrix.com/forums/index.php?/topic/21833-7lite-now/

    About halfway down is a post from someone who has done this...
     
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