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  1. This registry tweak will remove the arrow from shortcuts... [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\lnkfile] @="Shortcut" "EditFlags"=dword:00000001 "FriendlyTypeName"="@shell32.dll,-4153" "IsShortcut"=- "NeverShowExt"="" "IsNotShortcut"=""
  2. I am having exactly the same problem! Have created a setup disc using 64 bit home premium which installs silenlty from start to finish but trying to install applications causes an error which shuts down the computer. I am using the methods outlined in firegeier's Vista unattended guide. Can anybody help?
  3. To install Nero 7 Premium silently do the following: First edit conf.txt found in "nero\Nero 7 Premium\Redist\Config" INCEXCFTR (B035464E) (NeroStartSmart) NeroStartSmart EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (BCAFF604) (Actions) NeroBurningRom INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (2FF8B816) (Features) NeroHome EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (57D52359) (Features) NeroVision INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (D773A6E2) (NeroShowTime) NeroShowTime EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (6035F00C) (Actions) NeroRecode INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (53BEFA20) (Features) NeroMediaHome EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (CB9D5429) (Features) NeroBackItUp EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (7CE8D626) (Actions) NeroCoverDesigner EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (ED1EAF52) (NeroPhotoSnap) NeroPhotoSnap EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (FA3A3F7B) (Features) NeroWaveEditor EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (716FE146) (NeroSoundTrax) NeroSoundTrax EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (E38B9E06) (Features) NeroImageDrive NOTWOW64BITS INCEXCFTR (82602EE0) (Features) NeroCDDVDSpeed INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (7DFFCC12) (Features) NeroDriveSpeed INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (72CC518F) (Features) NeroBurnRights INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (E72D824A) (Features) NeroInfoTool INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (C5AB9CFD) (SpecialFeatures) NeroFastCDBurningPlugin INCLUDE Change the text to INCLUDE or EXCLUDE depending on whether you want a feature installed or not. First make sure that hidden files are shown Control Panel-->Folder Options-->View-->Show hidden files and folders. Next start the Nero 7 Premium Installation wizard. Now locate the following folder Enter %Temp% in the Explorer address bar (Thanks to BoardBabe for pointing this out ) Copy the following 2 files: 16e16cf.msi and 16e16do.mst to the Nero 7 Premium folder that also contains Cab,Redist,setup folders and a number of 1###.mst files. (NOTE: the filenames in red will be generated at random and will be different from that shown here). For the serial number add this to the registry first Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Ahead\Installation\Families\Nero 7\Info] "Serial7_1128629792"="*xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx" "Version"="7.0.0.0" "User"="User" "Company"="Company" Start the installation with c:\nero\Nero 7 Premium\16e16cf.msi /qb
  4. To install Nero 7 Premium silently do the following: First edit conf.txt found in "nero\Nero 7 Premium\Redist\Config" INCEXCFTR (B035464E) (NeroStartSmart) NeroStartSmart EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (BCAFF604) (Actions) NeroBurningRom INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (2FF8B816) (Features) NeroHome EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (57D52359) (Features) NeroVision INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (D773A6E2) (NeroShowTime) NeroShowTime EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (6035F00C) (Actions) NeroRecode INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (53BEFA20) (Features) NeroMediaHome EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (CB9D5429) (Features) NeroBackItUp EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (7CE8D626) (Actions) NeroCoverDesigner EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (ED1EAF52) (NeroPhotoSnap) NeroPhotoSnap EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (FA3A3F7B) (Features) NeroWaveEditor EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (716FE146) (NeroSoundTrax) NeroSoundTrax EXCLUDE INCEXCFTR (E38B9E06) (Features) NeroImageDrive NOTWOW64BITS INCEXCFTR (82602EE0) (Features) NeroCDDVDSpeed INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (7DFFCC12) (Features) NeroDriveSpeed INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (72CC518F) (Features) NeroBurnRights INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (E72D824A) (Features) NeroInfoTool INCLUDE INCEXCFTR (C5AB9CFD) (SpecialFeatures) NeroFastCDBurningPlugin INCLUDE Change the text to INCLUDE or EXCLUDE depending on whether you want a feature installed or not. First make sure that hidden files are shown Control Panel-->Folder Options-->View-->Show hidden files and folders. Next start the Nero 7 Premium Installation wizard. Now locate the following folder C:\Documents and Settings\USER NAME\Local Settings\Temp (USER NAME will be the name your logged on has). Copy the following 2 files: 16e16cf.msi and 16e16do.mst to the Nero 7 Premium folder that also contains Cab,Redist,setup folders and a number of 1###.mst files. (NOTE: the filenames in red will be generated at random and will be different from that shown here). Start the installation with c:\nero\Nero 7 Premium\16e16cf.msi /quiet /passive /norestart
  5. Program Files(x86) is for 32 bit apps that get emulated as 64 bit apps and the other Program Files folder is for native 64 bit apps. It's done so that all 32 bit apps can still be run.
  6. Using winnt.sif with the 32 bit version of Windows it is possible to use [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=Yes TargetPath=\WINDOWS UnattendSwitch=Yes WaitForReboot = No DriverSigningPolicy = ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy = ignore ProgramFilesDir = "D:\Program Files" to change the Program Files Directory to partition D. There is no mention of this switch in the 64 bit version for winnt.sif. Is there a way of changing the registry entries from "ProgramFilesDir=C:\Program Files" to "ProgramFilesDir=D:\Program Files" before runonceex runs to install apps so they go to the D:\ partition? All attempts at getting regedit to add registry entries with updated drive letters has failed to make any difference so far. I don't know at what point in an unattended install to do it at.
  7. Download the Windows (Offline Installation) version of Java from http://java.com/en/download/windows_xpi.jsp start the installation as usual. Accept the licence agreement and then look for the following files at C:\Documents and Settings\ <Your User name will be here> \Local Settings\Application Data\{3248F0A6-6813-11D6-A77B-00B0D0150050} (these numbers and letters are purely random so will be anything). Note: The Application Data folder is hidden unless you use Control Panel-->Folder Options-->View-->Show hidden folders and files) In this folder will be two files called 1033.MST and J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 5.msi Save these files to another folder in your unattended setup. Start the installation using c:\folder name\J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 5.msi /qb
  8. Download the Windows (Offline Installation) version of Java from http://java.com/en/download/windows_xpi.jsp start the installation as usual. Accept the licence agreement and then look for the following files at C:\Documents and Settings\ <Your User name will be here> \Local Settings\Application Data\{3248F0A6-6813-11D6-A77B-00B0D0150050} (these numbers and letters are purely random so will be anything). In this folder will be two files called 1033.MST and J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 5.msi Save these files to another folder in your unattended setup. Start the installation using c:\folder name\J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 5.msi /qb (Just checked the Application Data folder is hidden unless you use Control Panel-->Folder Options-->View-->Show hidden folders and files)
  9. Open config.ini with Wordpad at the top of the file is this: [General] ; Run Mode values: ; Normal - Shows all dialogs. Requires user input. ; Auto - Shows some dialogs, but none requiring user input. It will ; automatically install the product using default values. ; Silent - Show no dialogs at all. It will install product using default ; values. Run Mode=Normal Just change Run Mode=Normal to Run Mode=Silent and save the file. Job done.
  10. I have silenlty integrated a number of hotfixes into an unattended media center 2005 installation like this: KB834707.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB867282.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB873333.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB873339.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB883939.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB885250.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB885835.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB885836.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB886185.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB887472.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB887742.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB887999.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB888113.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB888302.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB888316.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890046.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890047.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890175.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890760.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890830.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890859.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB890923.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB891781.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB893066.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB893086.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB893803.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB896358.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB896422.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive KB896428.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive MC05UPD1.exe /integrate:d:\media_xp /quiet /passive No errors are reported. Running Windows Update after installation all these updates are shown has ready to be installed. Does this mean the updates have not integrated or do I need to somehow register the updates has already being installed? Hopefully somebody can help me out with this
  11. ATI HDTV Wonder ATI Theater 550 Pro ATI TV Wonder Elite are the only ATI TV cards recognised in MCE.
  12. http://www.macromedia.com/go/fl_sw_installer.
  13. Just installed Shockwave silently using mm_fl_sw_installer.msi /quiet /passive with Firefox. Worked no problem
  14. Try this MCE powertoy. It has an option to set how many seconds rewind and fast forward work at. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...&displaylang=en
  15. There is a guide here to create a bootable CD... http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=249 there's a link to the boot sector image file you will need as well, it uses Nero to create the disc which may be easier to use than the app you are currently using
  16. Get boot sector file from here... http://www.tacktech.com/pub/microsoft/boot...s/bootfiles.zip You might find this interesting as well... http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=249
  17. Wolluf, has you will now know the 32 bit method for installing SATA/RAID drives doesn't work. Look at the (6) posts here and hopefully you will find a solution that works. http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=47053. But be warned you will find it almost impossible to get 64 bit drivers for other devices!
  18. Had the same problem with a VIA SATA controller not working from boot CD. Thanks to you finally got the answer to make it work Copied your post with changes needed for the VIA controller First you can't use $OEM$\TEXTMODE [massstoragedrivers]/[oembootfiles] for a CD-boot style installation. What will work is to slipstream the drivers and to modify some registry hives. But this method is an unsupported hack. It will be better to use WINPE. Here are a short description: Edit txtsetup.sif to add entries under the following headings... [sourceDisksFiles] viamrx64.sys = 1,,,,,,5_,4,1,,,1,4 viamrx64.inf = 1,,,,,,,20,0,0 viamrx64.cat = 1,,,,,,,,3,3 [HardwareIdsDatabase] PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3149 = "viamrx64" [sCSI.Load] viamrx64 = viamrx64.sys,4 [sCSI] viamrx64 = "VIA VT8237/6421/6410 SATA RAID Controller(SRV2003/XP-x64)" Copy the 3 files below to the \$OEM$\TEXTMODE and \$OEM$\PnPdrvrs and AMD64 directorys. viamrx64.sys viamrx64.inf viamrx64.cat Modify <amd64>\setupreg.hiv using regedit then Load Hive. (Enter HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE for key value) Click on +HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE then +ControlSet001 then +Services Right click Services and click on New--Key. Enter viamrx64 as a new key name. Right click viamrx64 and click on New--Key. Enter 'Parameters' as a new key name. Right click on Parameters and click on New--Key. Enter 'PnPInterface' as a new key name. Right click on PnPInterface and click on New--Dword value. Enter '5' as the value. The registry will now have the following added... [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ControlSet001\Services\viamrx64] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ControlSet001\Services\viamrx64\Parameters] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ControlSet001\Services\viamrx64\Parameters\PnPInterface] "5"=dword:00000001 Add entries for the mini-port driver to <amd64>\HIVESYS.INF. If not you will get a BSOD STOP 0x/B after textmode setup has completed and when attempting to boot into GUI mode setup for the first time. add the two entries *above* the line: HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\adpu160m","ErrorControl",0x00010003,1 ... HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ACPIEC","Type",0x00010001,1 HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\viamrx64\Parameters",,0x00000012 HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\viamrx64\Parameters\PnpInterface","5",0x00010003,1 HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\adpu160m","ErrorControl",0x00010003,1 HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\adpu160m","Group",0x00000002,"SCSI miniport"
  19. I have added a Silicon Image SATA driver to my windows installation that gets loaded from the CD and now do not have to keep pressing F6 to load from a floppy disc. Is it not possible to add a monitor driver in the same way?
  20. I should have made it clearer that I have the path to the .INF file for my monitor defined in winnt.sif but doing this now causes the installation to stop with a dialog box asking me for the path to the monitor driver. Even if I enter the path to the Sony .INF file the monitor is still installed has a plug and play monitor! I know it doesn't make the world of difference to the final installation but has I have a driver for the Sony monitor I just wanted to have it installed automatically.
  21. I should have made it clearer that I have the path to the .INF file for my monitor defined in winnt.sif but doing this now causes the installation to stop with a dialog box asking me for the path to the monitor driver. Even if I enter the path to the Sony .INF file the monitor is still installed has a plug and play monitor! I know it doesn't make the world of difference to the final installation but has I have a driver for the Sony monitor I just wanted to have it installed automatically.
  22. I have the .inf file for my Sony Multiscan 210ES monitor but after an unattended installation the monitor is still a plug and play monitor Please could somebody out there tell me how I get the monitor recognised?


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