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    Windows 7 x64
  1. Here are the registry keys that you can edit to set any intagrated wallpaper as the default one : The key contains a path to the picture HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop Key: Wallpaper The same but for the theme : The key contains a path to the .msstyles HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ThemeManager Key: DllName ( Needs check but it should be ok ) The default themes of windows are in Windows\Resources\Themes\ And they are available to all user ofc. I think this is the most natural place to put the themes Regards pollop
  2. Hi everyone ! I'm looking for a tool that can find the last changes in the registry. You know, maybe a software that saves all the registry. And then later can compare the actual registry with the saved one in order to find the difference. I wanna use it to find where windows hide things Thanks a lot ! I have got an other question ! When you add some themes in your Unattended, how can you set one you integrated to be the default theme of windows ? Thanks a lot ! Have a nice day
  3. @myselfidem : Thanks a lot I learned with tutorials talking about the 32bits version and mine is 64 ! That's why i didn't understood the index 4 Merci pour l'explication détaillée (Thanks for the detailed explanation) @blue4603 : Thanks for your answers I looked at all the batch files ( Actually they're more after hitting Apply ) For the themes i talked earlier, it's not complicated In fact after mounting the install.wim, u just have to patch the 3 dll : uxtheme.dll, themeui.dll and shsvcs.dll ( Here is a tool for patching them : http://deepxw.blogspot.com/2008/11/universal-theme-patcher.html ) Then, the themes are generally composed of a .theme file and a directory that u have to put in the Windows\Resources\Themes\ That's all ( I don't know how to make a theme to be the default one, i guess it's somewhere in the registry I'll search and tell you if i find it )
  4. Hey First of all, I wanna thank you for your wonderful program I'm new to the "unattended windows" world, but i'm learning quickly I've got lots of questions ^.^ Hope you'll have some time to answer - As I said, I'm new in making unattended windows but, i choose to customize the ULTIMATE version of Windows 7, wich I think is index 5 in the install.wim. But in the log i see many index 4 instead ! Do I misunderstood something ? :/ - About the integration of themes. I love adding themes to my windows but they are not just a .thempack file... Would it be possible to integrate themes that need a patching version of uxtheme.dll, themeui.dll and shsvcs.dll ? Those are generally a .theme file and a folder. - Also, would it be possible to customize the windows orb (wich need to replace the explorer.exe) ? - And finally, I saw that your program is not open source, would it be possible that ... ? In fact, I would love to see in the log the commands that the program uses in imagex, dsim, etc. (In order to learn) Thanks a lot again for your amazing program Keep up the good work pollop. PS : Sorry if my english's not perfect, I'm french
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