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  1. Meigyoku, it's not clear to me what you mean with "the software say: Do not see EFI partition" :huh:

    WinNTSetup mounts all EFI system partitions to the highest available drive letter, usually Z:

    If the disk setup is obvious, it will also set the right EFI partition by default, if not you have to select it.

    If the 3rd icon is red your selection will not be bootable.

    I will try later, thank you. I wrote that "the software say: Do not see EFI partition" because I did not remember but I will try later.

  2. meigyoku, run it on a (full) Windows that is conected to the internet first, then note that an extra "tools" folder is added to WinNTSetup. Now save the full folder, and run that from PE. It will see that the tools are already there, and will not try to download them again.

    Thank you, I understand!

  3. Not by using sysprep. As stated, sysprep removes ALL user profiles. That is its purpose, to leave only default and administrator. There is no way I know of to force it to keep any other user profile. At first install, since there are no users defined, it will then create a new user, as you have seen.

    Sysprep does not remove any user profiles. It disables the Administrator account. If you create a user account in Audit Mode (for example) and the sysprep /OOBE, you'll create your new account, etc. But if you choose to log out of Windows, the other account will be available for you to select.

    OOBE will always request to create a user account, as that is what it is designed to do. If you don't want to create a user account, you'll have to research on how to do the customizations and then create the new user account using an XML file, and use the CopyProfile function.

    What are the "settings" you made? It is possible they can be done with the XML as well.

    Thank you. It's impossible use user I created before. But some tool chinese can do I wrote above (but only with Windows 7).

  4. Thats working as intended, when you do a sysprep generalize you are essentially removing all profiles, security information and drivers. Sysprep is used when you want to create a base install image that will support multiple machines that you are going to image from that base install. If you want to use an unattended file for specific users thats possible too. Why are you wanting to use sysprep for in the first place?

    I only want use sysprep for specific users because I made some settings for that user. I do not want create new user. Could you tell me how to do that? Thank you!

  5. I installed Windows 8, created one user account with named "Hello". I run System Preparation tool 3.14 (C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep) with option as follow piture:

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    But after run System Preparation tool 3.14, reboot Windows 8, I have to create new user. I do not want to create new user. I only want use user "Hello"

    I readed help of System Preparation tool 3.14 (Sysprep.exe /?) and suppose that I must create unattend.xml to active user Hello.

    Could you help me create unattend.xml to active user Hello?

    This is System Preparation tool 3.14 help:

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    Sorry for my English.

  6. Meigyoku, good but you can not use Norton Ghost after WinNTSetup has run.

    WinNTSetup only tells the windows setup that the selected partition is wanted as C:

    If you use disk imaging like Ghost this don't work, as the partition is not found !

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    Maybe I wrong (did not choose Mount install driver as C:), thank you, if have fail I will tell you! :thumbup

  7. JFX, I use this tool install Windows 7 Lite

    After Installed by WinNTsetup 2.3, I use Norton Ghost create image file (A.GHO)

    Extract A.GHO image file to other PC

    But after install, Partion installed Windows 7 is named D: (I want it is named C:)

    do you used the option in that picture?

    sysletter.png

    Also drive letter is hard code for a partition, you should not use disk imaging here.

    I used the option in that your picture, and this fail:

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  8. JFX, I use this tool install Windows 7 Lite

    After Installed by WinNTsetup 2.3, I use Norton Ghost create image file (A.GHO)

    Extract A.GHO image file to other PC

    But after install, Partion installed Windows 7 is named D: (I want it is named C:)

  9. Thank for your reply, I check your reply every day because I want to solve this problem

    Of couse I made WinXP include SATA driver by nlite (I used this WinXP setup.iso to install for many computer successful)

    I did as you said and saw fail: "A disk read error occurred , Please press ctrl+alt+del to restart" ( alway unsuccessful with other computer with differrence hardware)

    I think this cause by bootsector fail (I choose "update with bootice") ( I tried with Norton Ghost and Acronis True Image)

    I made 7 days with many cases but not successful

  10. Thank, but I do not understand somes problem:

    A. After finish install, log in Windows XP, remain OEM folder contain Driver pack. Why do not you make automatic delete OEM folder after log in Windows XP successful?

    B. I made follow steps:

    1. Use nlite make Windows XP setup.iso (tried to run Windows XP setup.iso to setup Windows, successfully )

    2. On Vmware 8.0, I use Winnt setup 2.1 made setup into Hard disk C:

    3. Use Norton Ghost to make image.GHO of C hard disk

    4. But recover Image.GHO on really computer, can not boot with message: disk error (I think Winnt setup do not support Vmware disk, Am I correct?)

    C. I made follow steps:

    1. Use nlite make Windows XP setup.iso (tried to run Windows XP setup.iso to setup Windows, successfully )

    2. Do not use Vmware, use Winnt setup 2.1 made setup into Hard disk C (actived, primary) (MBR, NTLDR, BOOT FLAG are green colour)

    3. Use Norton Ghost to make image.GHO of C hard disk in Computer 1

    4. But recover Image.GHO on other computer, computer can not log in with black screen in CMOS (do not appear some words, only blank screen)

    5. I tried recover Image.GHO on Computer 1, it's successfully

    Please help me solve A, B, C problem, thank you so much! Sorry for my bad English.

  11. Thank you for all version Windows setup from HDD.

    it's excellence if you make : from WinNTSetup, we simple browse to ISO setup windows XP or 7, 8 ... like en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x86_dvd_619077.iso). Do you attend to make this for Windows 8 beta (release at 30 september 2011)



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