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  1. [strings] section is used for variables ie netb57xp.inf [SourceDisksNames] 1 = %DISK_DESC%,,, [Strings] BRCM = "Broadcom" DISK_DESC = "Broadcom NetXtreme Installation Media"
  2. Hello Vid0 Any chance to have a 7.0.9 Lite release? Full Official release here. In fact, i would like to have an installer which only let me select the destination dir (for correct path in registry), apply registry changes, and DON'T copy anything on %SystemDrive%. If someone know a good tutorial for MSI editing to achieve this goal, let me know. Don't want to upgrade to 8.x.x before a few months.
  3. I have used 'QuickCam Version 10.0A' install CD. I don't have the three subfolders QCDriver 1 2 Latest version available here you probably use an older version of the driver.
  4. Copy 'Drivers' folder content of QuickCam install CD somewhere on your hard disk: edit both files: Drivers\Bin\setup.iss [InstallShield Silent] Version=v7.00 File=Response File [File Transfer] OverwrittenReadOnly=NoToAll [{DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-DlgOrder] Dlg0={DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-SdWelcome-0 Dlg1={DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-SdLicense-0 Dlg2={DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-SdFinishReboot-0 Count=3 [{DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-SdWelcome-0] Result=1 [{DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-SdLicense-0] Result=1 [{DCA986D4-9EB9-46CA-A057-BB3C325C1763}-SdFinishReboot-0] Result=1 BootOption=0 edit this section in Drivers\Bin\DevInst.ini [WINXPRUNTIME] ShutdownLVCOM SetUIMode=1 SetupInstall CheckRequirements CheckMinOS ;CheckUSB ;ShowInstallUI CheckDiskSpace FileCopy RemoveDevices ;InstallMedusa ;InstallUMVPL Delay=10 ;InstallAec InstallDevices ;INITIALIZECONNECTIONWIZARD Reboot=0 ;ShowFinishUI and you're done. only device drivers are installed with: InstallDevices if you want to: InstallMedusa = Logitech Video Enumerator InstallUMVPL = Logitech Video UMVPL kernel services InstallAec = Logitech Audio Echo Cancellation Component edit DevInst and remove leading ; run silent install with standard InstallShield switch: Drivers\Bin\setup.exe -s Drivers\Bin\setup.iss if you try to install on Windows Server 2003 OS, additional step is to copy winxp.Lst to winxp64.lst to avoid error message winxp64.lst file not found because 2003 server 5.2 is mis-identified as WinXP 64 5.2
  5. How To Create a Universal Ghost Image. I haven't tried this method myself but it may give you some ideas with particular make and model. Author tsaysoft MySysprep post.
  6. May 1.4.1 fix the issue mentionned in previous post: not been able to complete @T39.
  7. http://rapidshare.com/files/10526927/netrtxp.zip.html rt8169xp.sys netrtxp.inf copy both to \I386 It's not the latest from RealTek but version 5.100.702.2002 extracted from SMS OSD PE wim image. Let us know how it works.
  8. OK, checked with a few installers. Works as expected. Thanks.
  9. Would you like to post a link to download only nsis script and autoit script. I would like to repackage an other application without silent install switch and need a good example.
  10. Did you wait long enough for the files to be copied....sometimes it can take a while I asume you are aware the /d switch forces oemscan to do a dry run (running it without actually copy the files) Yes, 10 mn in VMware guest. Not checked on real hardware. Yes, i use 2 commands in my cmd script: :: OEMScan %dospath%\$oem$\OEMScan.exe /d >%systemroot%\temp\oemscan.log %dospath%\$oem$\OEMScan.exe Using this method, i have a log file to debug issues.
  11. If there is still interest in it, I can create a new thread. Yes, there is still interest in it. Please create a new thread!
  12. I like the skeleton of your post-install tool. Do you plan to develop it further? As a default feature, i would like the GUI to autoclose a few seconds after installation completed. How to write entry in .xml for an installer with quotes as parameters: vmware-mount-5.5.0-18463.exe /S /V"/qn" It's a msi wrapped in an installshield setup launcher exe.
  13. Done some check under my favourite virtualization software: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=597316 launching @T39 %dospath%\$oem$\oemscan /d OEMBIOS Scanner v1.4.0 by Jeremy (xehqter) Reading BIOS Memory Matched: FUJITSU SIEMENS Checking Authenticity of OEMBIOS files i get a blinking cursor and oemscan never finish copying oembios.* files. The same method with a XP install works flawlessy.
  14. Seems oemscan would have to run in kernel-mode for a Server 2003 fix. @Protocol7 Thanks. Now i understand it's not a specific hardware issue but a Windows OS feature causing this error.
  15. @xehqter Please can you check your tool under 2003 Server OS I'm unable to make it work through UA install or from command prompt after install. French 'Accès refusé'English 'Access denied' OS is Windows 2003 Server Standard R2
  16. If you use this command in winnt.sif [GuiUnattended] section, your batch is run from the CD both nircmd.exe and oemscan.bat are in your CD-ROM drive $oem$ folder. DetachedProgram=".\system32\cmd.exe" ;CD Based install Arguments="/Q /C FOR /F %I IN (%SystemRoot%\SYSTEM32\$WINNT$.INF) DO (FOR %J IN (%I$OEM$) DO (IF EXIST %J (start /min /D%J NirCmd.exe exec hide oemscan.bat)))" (not sure if .bat works, maybe you have to rename it to .cmd) you canno't run whatever you want with the DetachedProgam and we canno't use quotes in the Arguments string. The best solution is to launch a script (.cmd) and put all the commands in this script. Previous posted cdromxp.cmd may works at early stage of install if you this line line: and you get the CDROM variable. Post your current script to get more help.
  17. @xehqter French 'Accès refusé'English 'Access denied' OS is Windows 2003 Server Standard R2
  18. Try to add this code to your oemscan.bat @ECHO OFF :: Check Windows version and command line arguments IF NOT "%OS%"=="Windows_NT" GOTO Syntax IF NOT "%~1"=="" GOTO Syntax DISKPART.EXE /? >NUL 2>&1 || GOTO Syntax :: The actual command is a one liner FOR /F "tokens=3" %%A IN ('ECHO list volume ^| DISKPART.EXE ^| FIND.EXE "-ROM "') DO SET CDROM=%%A: :: Display the result SET CDROM :: Done GOTO:EOF :Syntax ECHO CDROMXP.BAT, Version 1.00 for Windows XP ECHO Read the CD-ROM drive letter using Windows' DISKPART utility ECHO. ECHO Usage: CDROMXP ECHO. ECHO The last CD-ROM drive letter will be stored in the environment variable CDROM. ECHO This batch file may fail if any disk volume label ends with "-ROM". ECHO. ECHO Written by Rob van der Woude ECHO http://www.robvanderwoude.com :: Done IF "%OS%"=="Windows_NT" GOTO:EOF this one don't use tag file but is based of hardware detection.
  19. @Protocol7 %dospath% variable is parsed from $winnt$.inf RIS dospath=c:\$win_nt$.~ls CD dospath=D:\ @T39 stage files are read from the local HDD with a RIS based install and read from the CD/DVD with a CD based install. The command is detailled in Device Driver subforum: Drivers from CD: Simple Method. you can try to change the Product Key @T39 in $WINNT$.INF with a drivers.cmd script: CLS :: Set Current Drive as CD CD /D "%~dp0" :: Set Drivers Location Folder SET DRV=Drivers :: Install Drivers .\CopyInf.exe "%SystemDrive%\%DRV%" :: SLP copy .\oemscan.exe ::// this code is just a sample (not checked) nircmd.exe inisetval %SystemRoot%\SYSTEM32\$WINNT$.INF "UserData" "ProductKey" "~qXXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX~q" nircmd the code is just an example to customize. You can check the Manufactuter first with OEMSCAN to write the correct Manufacturer SLP ProductKey in $WINNT$.INF.
  20. Interesting infos: Running VMWare on a Physical Partition Using the SMBIOS.reflectHost = "TRUE" parameter, VMware System Lock Pre-installation (SLP) Windows host [1st partition] and a System Lock Pre-installation (SLP) Windows guest [2nd partition] will avoid Product Activation issues. Product Activation and new pre-loaded PCs
  21. You can send me a PM with a valid E-Mail and i will send you the Broadcom NetExtreme Gigabit Ethernet Adapter inf and sys file i'm using on my RIS Server 2003. I have used it for all my dc7600 deployments. Extract inf_i386folder.zip in \\<RISSERVER>\RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Images\WIN51IP.SP2\i386 the standard b57win32.inf file includes changes as the example posted here Extract b57win32.cab to \\<RISSERVER>\RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Images\WIN51IP.SP2\\$OEM$\$1\Drivers b57win32.cab includes DriverVer = 04/05/2005,8.27.1.0 downloaded from hp b57win32.cat b57win32.inf b57xp32.sys Put a copy of b57xp32.sys in \\<RISSERVER>\RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Images\WIN51IP.SP2\i386 ristndrd.sif [Unattended] DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore NtUpgrade = No Win9xUpgrade = No OemPreinstall = yes FileSystem = LeaveAlone ExtendOEMPartition = 0 TargetPath = \WINDOWS OemSkipEula = yes InstallFilesPath = "\\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%" LegacyNIC = 1 OemPnPDriversPath = "\drivers" UnattendSwitch=yes Stop and restart Remote Installation (BINLSVC). To do so, click Start, and then click Run. In the Run dialog box, type cmd in the text field, and click OK. In the console window, type the following: Net Stop BINLSVC Net Start BINLSVC
  22. Welcome Ulli. Thanks for all the efforts you put on your website www.sanbarrow.com You don't miss anything. You're simply don't have a branded computer (HP, Fujitsu-Siemens, Maxdata ...) but an home made box. Your motherboard is probably an Asus or MSI or Gigabyte... As i don't own a VMware Workstation license, i'm happy you've checked this setting with your's. the screen cap shows the setting also works with VMware Workstation.


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