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Test Zero

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  1. Is it possible to provide only some of the answers in the winnt.sif file? I want my Windows XP installation to use an answer from winnt.sif if it exists there, and ask the user for an answer if it doesn't. What values should I have here?
  2. Yes, that's possible. Make the first batch file copy the second batch file to the Startup folder and then delete itself, like eirogge said. Use the the command shutdown.exe -r -f -t 90 to reboot the computer at the end of the first batch file.
  3. He means you could install multiple applications under one name. For example, you could install Kazaa Lite, WinMX and Soulseek under File Sharing Applications.
  4. The first one in this thread: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=14316
  5. Here's my boot.ini file: When I boot into Windows PE, I get the error: There are no files called ntoskrnl.exe on my Windows PE partition, but my Windows PE CD boots up fine. Could someone give me a hand with this?
  6. You could try running the setup file with the /? parameter. Example: setup.exe /?
  7. I'm trying to get Windows PE running with the explorer.exe shell. This doesn't work with BartPE and so the only way I can get a copy of Microsoft's Windows PE is by using Longhorn Setup's. So I'm trying to get Longhorn's WinPE working properly. At the moment, I'm running in to problems with it. Unless there's a way I can get the Windows PE files of Windows 2000 or Windows XP Home?
  8. To accomplish what you're trying to do, I would use WindowsPE.
  9. I'm having a go using the version of Windows PE that Longhorn 4053's Setup uses. I ran Longhorn's \SOURCES\SETUP.EXE in Windows XP. This copies the installation files from \SOURCES\INSTALL.WIM to C:\$WINDOWS.~BT Setup then reboots the computer. C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\BOOTSECT.DAT boots up, which launches Windows PE. C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\system32\winpeshl.exe launches. Hex edit this file: winpeshl.exe launches C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\system32\startnet.cmd and then C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\SETUP.EXE and then finally reboots the computer. This sets the screen resolution and then installs network components. SETUP.EXE should then load. However, I deleted this file beforehand. netstart.cmd's command prompt window stays on-screen. However, when this window is closed, winpeshl.exe restarts the computer because it thinks that SETUP.EXE has finished installing Longhorn (when it actually hasn't, because it doesn't even exist). I'm going to have a play with this; see if I can stop winpeshl.exe from rebooting, and see if it's possible to add Explorer to this. If anyone could point me in the right direction, please give me a hand with this. I'll let you know if I find out how to get this going properly.


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