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Strat79

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  1. @HyDeNCiTy It is a hidden preference for some reason. Anyway, just type in "about:config" without the quotes into your firefox address bar and scroll down to browser.urlbar.autoFill and change it to "true". That should enable it.
  2. Here is an Auto It script for the newest version. May work with older ones too. Just place the .exe in the same folder as the dqsd.exe. The istallation .exe has to be named that. Hope this helps. dqsd.zip
  3. It is a NSIS installer but the /S switch doesn't work. So you will have to use install rite or script it.
  4. for you first question about always on top it is this. WinSetOnTop ( "title", "text", flag ) Parameters title The title of the window to affect. text The text of the window to affect. flag Determines whether the window should have the "TOPMOST" flag set. 1=set on top flag, 0 = remove on top flag
  5. For the winmove, are you wanting to center a window in the current desktop? I always just guess about what center would be. If you really need absolute center look in the help file under window functions and look into WinGetPos and WinGetClientSize. it may give you some insight.
  6. as for deleting directories and sub directories, you don't have to delete all file first if you dont want, just have to add a flag at the end. Bascially if you add the 1 at the end it will work like deltree. DirRemove ( "path" [,recurse] ) Parameters path Path of the directory to remove. recurse [optional] Use this flag to specify if you want to delete sub-directories too. 0 = (default) do not remove files and sub-directories 1 = remove files and subdirectories (like the DOS DelTree command) Example ; Delete C:\Test1 and all subdirs and files DirRemove("C:\Test1", 1)
  7. @HyDeNCiTy Are you trying to get firefox to use autocomplete/inline autoecomplete? If so, the newest version 0.9 has inline now. You can download an extension for the older versions too to get it to work.
  8. Or even if you do put it back into the I386 folder it still gives you this error from CD?
  9. ok, i see. Why not just put the $OEM$ folder back in the root on the CD for CD installs. And leave it in the I386 folder when installing from hard drive. I hope I am understanding you right. It's very late for me and I am sleepy. sorry
  10. You say you have put the $OEM$ folder INSIDE the I386 folder before? Instead of the root drive?
  11. Cool, thanks Aaron. I didn't know that myself. Learn something new everyday.
  12. If doing an install from harddrive then $OEM$ should be inside the i386 directory I believe. Try that.
  13. Are you trying to run your unattended disk straight from the hard drive? Like you just copied it from the CD to your HDD then tried to run it?
  14. There is %CDROM% which would include DVD drives also. Or do you have a CD rom and a DVD drive, and want to pick the DVD only? Like something that will differentiate between them?
  15. Older version must have used install shield installers, those are the ones that use .iss files. The new ones are Inno installers, can't use .iss files on them. Anyway, only thing I know is some will let you use the /COMPONENTS= switch if you know what the comonent names are. But I really don't know how to get the list of components. Someone else may know.
  16. Could be a number of things, I would;t really know where to start, But it sounds like it is looking for a driver that is not really there.
  17. For the silver theme just search for "+silver +theme" and search for any date instead of 30 days old. There should be several posts about it. As for the autopartition=1, i am pretty sure the only thing it does is look for the partition with the most free space and installs to it. I think that is the only thing it looks for to determine which one it will use, so if your C: is the biggest, then you should have no problem. So setting the autopartition=1 and the filesystem=leavealone then you should get no prompts. I don't.
  18. And Crusher, I think he wants it to NOT to ask anything at all. So the autopartition=1 is gonna be required on his.
  19. @jOhn-e you need to take out your procuct key. I would anyway.
  20. Thanks [bM]Crusher. Didn't know that. Matter of fact I don't even know what DUDisable is now anyway. I forgot.
  21. Actually wolfshade is correct. Mine does the same thing for some stupid reason. Status bar option is not greyed out on mine when word wrap is not active, but when active is is. Just thought I would point that out.
  22. Just hit me, I think the AutoPartiton = 1 part is what chooses the most suitable partiton. But that is still really not want you are wanting. Not even sure you can tell it to install to strictly C:\ If your C:\ is the biggest partiton, at least the one with the most free space it will use it and that will fix your problem. If not, or this CD is for more than your computer than I really don't know. Sorry.
  23. How about pasting a copy of your winnt.sif file in here for us to look at. Well, at least the data and unattended sections. Here is mine for reference. [Data] AutoPartition = 1 MsDosInitiated = 0 UnattendedInstall = Yes [unattended] UnattendMode = FullUnattended OemSkipEula = Yes OemPreinstall = Yes OEMSkipWelcome = 1 TargetPath = \WINDOWS UnattendSwitch = Yes CrashDumpSetting = 0 DUDisable = Yes DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore FileSystem = LeaveAlone Hibernation = No Repartition = No WaitForReboot = No
  24. If the file system is already FAT32 then adding this "FileSystem = LeaveAlone" to the winnt.sif under the [unattended] section will default to FAT32. Nof for sure about the c: part though..it has been a while. Maybe adding "TargetPath = \WINDOWS" under the same heading will do the trick. I think that picks the biggest partiton though. Not for sure, have to get somebody esle to answer that.
  25. or use pskill if taskkill dosen't work. You can get it here http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/pskill.shtml


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