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SkyFox

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  1. Tripredacus, Johan, I don't understand how to use these scripts in SysPrep scenario, as they intended for WinPE setup. From reading how MySysPrep works, it seems that i need to integrate these at the registry "HKLM\SYSTEM\Setup\CmdLine" and then call the "setup.exe -newsetup -mini" for Mini-Setup. If it has been done before i will appreciate some examples.
  2. Thanks for the advice Johan, i'm looking into it. When should i use your script, during SysPrep?
  3. bj-kaiser, thanks, but it didn't work:. I've sealed the image on ACPI PC system and then ran it on ACPI Uniprocessor, but the HAL remained ACPI PC. In SysPrep dialog i didn't select "Scan for non-plug and play hardware" option. Any ideas?
  4. Hello everyone, I have 3 different PC configs with different HALs: 1. Pentium 3 with ACPI PC HAL. 2. Pentium 4 with ACPI Uniprocessor HAL. 3. Core2Duo with ACPI Multiprocessor HAL. I would like to use a single sysprep'ed image which will support the above configs. What is the best way to implement this? Should i seal my image on ACPI PC config first? And how would i update HALs automatically for higher configs? Thanks a lot.
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