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  1. i wanted to bump and add that i tried doing like bigfoot18 said and i added all those files into the folder (i used c:/sysprep/i386 so that it would be deleted after sysprep was done) but now i have a list of over 100 files that are still missing... fonts, .dll's, and .hlp files... aside from writing down every single file i am missing (which is currently what i am in the process of doing), or adding the entire i386 folder to my sysprep (making my ghost images almost 500mb larger), what other solutions are there? does anyone know why this is happening, or any way to remedy it? i have about 1000 computers to ghost in the next couple months... i could just use the original xp sp2 cd, but it needs about 100 updates after installation, and that takes FOREVER...
  2. i have just run into this problem yesterday while using an unattended nlited sp2/ie7 XP Pro CD. im doing mini-setup and reseal. if i pop the cd in, and browse to d:\i386, it finds the c_20127.nl_ and then continues just fine. it looks for it in c:\sysprep\i386 so, im going to make a new cd with some new ryan vm updates, and then see if that helps, im also going to dumps stuff from the i386 folder from the nlite'd CD into the c:/sysprep folder to see if i still get that error.. since sysprep will just delete the whole /sysprep folder anyways, it shouldnt affect my ghosting images... i have the most recent nLite, by the way. just wanted to let you know the problem still exists. thanks. update: also, if you do it like me, and copy the sysprep folder to the C:/ drive, and use the sysprep.inf of whatever.. you can edit where that looks... so, you have a couple choices.. theres an: [unattended] InstallFilesPath=C:\sysprep\i386 line there that you could alter for your needs. that way, right after you sysprep, and before resealing, you can make sure the i386 files are somewhere on the pc, and then point the sysprep.inf to that folder. im going to keep playing with it to see if i can get a working ghost image. it sucks that nlite breaks it, or sysprep doesnt like something, or whatever, but it shouldnt be too hard to work around.
  3. this doesnt seem to fix my problem with repair... i still get a EULA screen, and thats it...
  4. i was having the same problems.. i get everything else unattended, but i have to accept the EULA in the gui if i do prompt repair. i was playing around with the .inf files and everything, and just couldnt come up with a solution, so i was forced to make two separate disks... it would be very handy to be able to have a prompt repair, but after you start into gui mode, its smooth sailing from there.
  5. well, usually he is like a month behind.. i believe they are dated.. i used the most recent one, and when i started, i had like 10-15 updates to do.. but a few of them were WMP11 and others that didn't seem to slipstream in properly so, a good rule of thumb is that it's at most two months behind, so its pretty up to date.
  6. well it seems as though i cant find a fix to it. I get the EULA, and im getting a wierd error when joining a workgroup... the latter is probably something on my end, but the EULA is just a pita that hopefully something can be worked out to fix it
  7. http://www.msfn.org/board/lofiversion/index.php/t30807.html thats where i read it. im trying to play around with the unattended options.. what i may end up doing is maybe making a dual-boot cd or something.. one with repair, and one without repair. it just seems there should be some way to pass the EULA options through.. that is literally the ONLY thing that pops up through the whole GUI setup.
  8. When i first made my cd, i did fully unattended and it all worked well, but then i noticed i had no repair function on the text (blue) installation screens. i then followed other howtos and whatnot and made it "prompt repair", and that worked fine for the repair problem, but it then added the problem of once it gets to the GUI installation, i have to accept the EULA. i then read that you could do the fully automated, and to keep the repair feature intact, you could simply remove the [uNATTENDED] part of your WINNT.SIF ; Generated by nLite 1.3 [Data] AutomaticUpdates="Yes" Autopartition=0 MsDosInitiated=0 UnattendedInstall="Yes" [Display] Xresolution=1024 Yresolution=768 BitsPerPel=32 [SystemRestore] DisableSR=1 CreateFirstRunRp=0 [GuiUnattended] EncryptedAdminPassword="No" AutoLogon="Yes" AdminPassword=* TimeZone=035 OEMSkipRegional=1 OemSkipWelcome=1 [Components] [UserData] ProductKey="***" ComputerName=* FullName="***" OrgName="***" [RegionalSettings] LanguageGroup=1 Language= "0409" [Networking] InstallDefaultComponents="Yes" [Identification] JoinWorkgroup="***" but that did not seem to solve my EULA problems... i still have to accept it. but thats the ONLY thing that i have to do... how can i get that to auto-accept? is this something that simply cannot be solved? or, should i only remove certain things from my WINNT.SIF?


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