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  1. This may not solve your problem, but when I needed to put the default profiles directory on drive D: without using WINNT.sif. I changed to in a file named HIVESFT.inf in the I386 directory. I just have to make sure that partition D: has a filesystem(formatted to fat32 or ntfs) before I start the installation. I haven't made the whole unattended thing work yet, but this part of seems to. Hope this helps, ebaysuks
  2. You might try /qb- No guarantee, but I think I remember this from a previous post. -ebaysuks
  3. When using only one IDE drive the drive has to be set as Master or Single drive. The "slave" setting means "this hard drive will be controlled by the other hard drive controller on this same cable". The SATA drive should be mapped into the primary master position in your CMOS setup and the IDE should be secondary master so that you will boot from SATA. Also, be aware that you should not create a primary partition on the IDE drive. -ebaysuks
  4. Isn't that what Microsoft's powertoy TWEAKUI under special folders on in the My Computer area? I believe it changes a registry key. I think the code below would cause all new programs to install in start menu\Non-Standard Programs\Programs Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders] "Start Menu"="%UserProfile%\\Start Menu\\Non-Standard Programs" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders] "Common Start Menu"="%AllUsersProfile%\\Start Menu\\Non-Standard Programs" This is not exactly what you want, but you can get close by manually editing your directory structure and then set these keys to point to where you want the programs to install. Untested and probably a bad idea. HTH -ebaysuks

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