How do I export all components/settings then inverse selection to delete items on a different ISO?

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
Not your fault, NTLite should be warning you in this case. It'll prolly get fixed in the next release.
 

nick203k

New Member
All good, going back relating to the original question though, once I import a forced component preset I noticed that drivers are not included in removal. However, if I reselected and then unselect a single entry then it removes the drivers (if applicable).

So my question is, does ntlite automatically remove the drivers once I hit process? If not, does doing a dism reset and/or using the custom cleaner remove them?
 

nick203k

New Member
Windows included drivers.

I took the stock ISO and have revised it so many times with multiple cleanup jobs along the way. I figured it would be good to save then load the xml preset and use it on the back on the source (untouched w11) . If you think that it doesn't matter then I will disregard.

However, I still would like to know for the future because the only way I can think of doing it is manually rechecking and then unselecting each item in order to receive the prompt.
 

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
When you remove a Windows included driver (or any component) and Apply, it's permanently removed. NTLite will silently skip over any preset removal if the current image doesn't have it.

You're probably not aware you can "append" two or more presets. Load a clean image, and a preset. Click on another preset and NTLite will ask if you want to overwrite the existing values, or append anything not changed. Now save the merged values.
 
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