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Everything posted by Tsunami

  1. I believe there's only one program to make a MST, and that's the one for Office. So try using that.
  2. I don't think it has anything to do with your MBR. Just open up C:\boot.ini in notepad and change the names. If you can't find boot.ini, you can also find it the GUI way: Properties of My Computer -> Advanced -> Startup- and recovery-settings -> Settings -> Edit (something like that ).
  3. I just downloaded the Dutch version, and opened it with WinRAR to browse it through. Some bugs I would like to mention: Extras\Control Panel Applet Thumbs.db > I don't see any use for this file. Lees mij.txt > Please rename it to Leesmij.txt Lees mij.txt > Second line, "vernader" should be "verander". Readme.txt > Don't know why there's an English version of the readme in the Dutch pack... Extras\Notepad2 Readme.txt > Same, no use for it as there's already a Dutch leesmij.txt Extras\Special Folders Thumbs.db > Same. Hulp ap.ico > Should be "Hulp map.ico". Nlite mpa.ico > Should be "Nlite map.ico". Readme.txt > Same. Help Readme.txt > Might wanna consider translating that
  4. The WMP-bar in the taskbar only gets created when it's selected. Right-click on the taskbar -> Toolbars -> it will only create the bar if Windows Media Player is checked.
  5. It's called a User Account Picture They're located at %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\User Account Pictures.
  6. Then you're at the wrong address here, we don't do cracking.
  7. If you want to call it from GuiRunOnce, put your RunOnceEx.cmd in your $OEM$\$1 directory, instead of your $OEM$ directory. If you want to call it from cmdlines.txt, just add "RunOnceEx.cmd" to your cmdlines.txt (not the %SystemDrive%, since it's not copied to the harddrive). @MHz: it doesn't have to be, but yes, it's better to do so, so it runs on first logon
  8. You can only set permissions if your file system is NTFS, so you won't see the Security tab if your file system is FAT32.
  9. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ThemeManager] Check out DllName and ColorName (note that DllName has to be REG_EXPAND_SZ if you want to use variables like %SystemRoot%).
  10. MsDosInitiated Informs the Windows Setup Loader that an unattended Setup is running directly from the Windows product CD. Syntax : MsDosInitiated = 0 Value : 0 Example : MsDosInitiated = 0 Comments : The value must always be set to 0. If an unattended Setup is running directly from the product CD and you do not set the value to 0, then Setup fails at the beginning of GUI-mode Setup. I guess you don't set the value at all if you're running the setup from the network (since there's only one value, 0).
  11. Your AutoIt script looks for C:\install.exe, and your batch file runs C:\install\install.exe. Change your AutoIt script to use %systemdrive%\install\install.exe.
  12. ; Hides sound tray icon [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Applets\SysTray] "Services"=dword:0000001b The rest of the volume settings are hardware dependant I believe.
  13. Google is your friend http://www.grc.com/miscfiles/st201f.zip
  14. I have System Restore disabled, and deleted all files in System Volume Information. It still recreates MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase and tracking.log, but I really can't be bothered that much, since the first file is 0 bytes, and the second is 20 bytes. I'd rather see it gone too, though. I don't understand how it can get in the way with defrags and disk checks if you give everyone full rights to the folder and files.
  15. What's the end goal of this? to remove drive 0? if so, you'll probably have to remove drive 0 before copying the data to drive 1.
  16. It's normal for a dialog box to pop up when you're browsing an XP computer that has nothing shared.
  17. Yes, IIS is a HTTP/FTP server included in Windows (not installed by default), if you chose not to use it/remove it, you will still be able to use a 3rd-party program to run your server.
  18. Registry tweak: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\Copy To] @="{C2FBB630-2971-11d1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\Move To] @="{C2FBB631-2971-11d1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\Copy To] @="{C2FBB630-2971-11d1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\Move To] @="{C2FBB631-2971-11d1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}" Will add Copy To And Move To to right-click menu of files and folders.
  19. It's DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore Note that that tweak probably only works on 2000. The following tweak should work for XP: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Driver Signing] "Policy"=hex:00
  20. Try to put the command in quotation marks... start /wait "%systemdrive%\install\Applications\Nero\nero551042.exe /silent /noreboot /no_ui /sn=number /write_sn"
  21. @kmzahir: if you mean this, there's a file called XPSP2.exe on the SP2 CD, this is the same as the file you would download from the internet. Together with one of the two links above you can find out how to slipstream it in your XP SP1 CD.
  22. You need it, use modifype on the uncompressed file and compress it again and copy both files to the I386 folder again.
  23. The CD from Microsoft already has SP2 slipstreamed, and you can't use it to slipstream SP2 in your SP1 CD. You will still have to download the service pack from the internet.
  24. Here you go: Unattended CD/DVD Guide Homepage Search

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