NTLite has a shareware version so not all options are available in the free version, but the needed integration functions can be used.1.First and foremost you need a Windows 7 Service Pack 1 DVD or ISO image to hand.Instead of getting everything through Windows update, a quicker way is installing patches from an offline source such as a USB flash drive or hard drive. A better option is to integrate all the updates into the Windows media so they are installed as part of the original operating system.
But even that is not enough and it still leaves the system requiring well over fifty more patches to get fully up to date.Here we’ll show you how to integrate the Convenience Rollup Update and all the other required Windows 7 updates into a Windows 7 install disc. The process is quite easy once you’ve gone through it once or twice.The first thing you need is obviously a copy of all the Windows updates to integrate into the install media.Note that we probably won’t be able to update these files every month, but will try our best to release a new update list every 2 or 3 months at the latest. To get your Windows 7 up to date with patches and hotfixes download everything in all sections apart from .These lists do not contain all available Microsoft patches but those that will bring a standard system up to date in accordance with Windows Update. If you don’t get a popup saying the ULZ file has been imported, for some reason your system has not been correctly configured to recognize the . Click Check all and uncheck Optional Updates if you don’t want anything from that section.