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  1. Good Question. I'm partial to Red's and Black, maybe something in those colours with my name in it.
  2. Nice work to all involved. Wolf is it possible to get a "Cykasm" runbox made up. No stress if you're busy though
  3. Yeah i saw that when i had a look for some of his work. Bit of a shame.
  4. That is unreal. I would be interested if you get permission to release the stuff. I am quite impressed.
  5. I did that also in the end. Especially after i got it booting and then my txtsetup.oem was coming up as corrupt. So im a happy camper again Thanks for your time
  6. Yeah i did try the boot.img supplied with that file. Still brought up the ntldr error. What i might do is read up a bit more on the cdimage.exe file and see if there is a tag that i need to make it read .bin files. I noticed another example from somebody else that they were using a .dat file there. (Not in the gui based one.) Thanks for putting me in the right direction Shark I will try putting my xpboot.bin in that thing again. See if i can reproduce that error that it gave me. EDIT: I got the boot part working by going into cdimage -help and using the command line to make my iso. Will stick it in a bat file later. Thanks for your time Shark. I really appreciate it.
  7. With that version i it cant find the NTLDR when it tries to boot. Anyone know how i can make a boot.img file that that program needs? I've got a working version of my dvd that boots. It uses a custom xpboot.bin. Anyway i can use the .bin file to convert it to a .img?
  8. Hey guys, I've had my unattended windows dvd working for a fair while and i update it on fairly regular occasions. I used the method given in Pure Kromes tutorial. http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=10877&hl= In this tutorial he had a cmd/bat (I'm pretty sure it was a cmd file) file that enabled you to create an iso from a specified directory. eg: C:\Install Which would then put the completed Bootable iso in C:\ Recently i lost a hdd which happened to have my xpdvd stuff on it. I still have copies of my xp dvd but was just wondering if anyone happened to have or know how to make that cmd/bat file again? I tried the link on the old post, but its nearly 3 years old and the link is dead Im using an altered version of boot.bin and nlite doesnt like the way i've put the dvd together. Any help would be appreciated. Cyk
  9. I've edited shel32.dll, explorer.exe and the rest. Was just having trouble finding this 1 file. Thanks heaps, i've been wanting to finish this bit off for ages
  10. I've customised my oem info on this page and included my own logo. But a long while ago on these forums i saw a post on how to change the monitor with the windows logo above the oem logo. I've tried searching but for the life of me i can't think of what it would be called. The monitor im talking about is this 1 (i pinched this link from the unattended site as my hosting is down atm) Any help would be appreciated.
  11. @ Bastian I added start.bat to my winnt.sif instead of xpcd.bat the way i did it was make another batch called start.bat Which had in it. Then it ran my xpcd bat like normal except i added this to the start of the xpcd.bat To make it full screen with red writing. I had to move my commands to delete the Install and Drivers folders cos it would kill the xpcd.bat and would then pause.
  12. Mine didnt like your iss file. I will edit it a bit and have another go. Takes so **** long in virtual pc though. Thanks for helping me.
  13. With your Dreamweaver silent install how did you stop this opening? I've made my iss file and it gets all the way through then stops here. I've tried remaking it a few times.
  14. Bit of an old post. But i created my setup.iss (for Dreamweaver MX 2004 Student Ed) and the flash mx installer still pops up after everything else is installed. Does anyone have a setup.iss that stops this? or can i compare. here is mine. This is the **** window i cant stop popping up
  15. @RBCC: 640x480 is the res for boot screens @Vel Straty: Try looking in shell32.dll Thanks bor3d for putting this together. Just about to fiddle with the msgina files then im done.
  16. Been looking for new pics. Had a fiddle with this 1 earlier. http://members.iinet.net.au/~cykasm/Install3.JPG
  17. Just finished fiddling with mine. Bout to try it on my gf's pc so will tell you how it looks as it installs. *Crosses Fingers* I borrowed the text from another post in here the rest i did myself. http://members.iinet.net.au/~cykasm/Install.JPG EDIT: How do i put it in the thumbnail When i used the IMG tags it went full screen. EDIT x2 The one i did for my gf. http://members.iinet.net.au/~cykasm/Install2.JPG
  18. I havent tested mine yet but i think you need this after your alcohol command REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS so that line is now. start /wait %systemdrive%\install\Applications\Alcoholl120\setup.msi INSTALLDIR="H:\Brander\Alcohol 120" /qn REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS
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