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  1. Yes, I agree i have USED his UI, But not the coding.... Also I am ready to compare my coding to Ben If wish to make every thing clear, As He stays just about 25 KM far from House. OK, Today I am gonna upload v1.1, Check it out and does it really still look like RT 7 Lite.
  2. You will soon come to know, Whether is it a copy of RT Seven Lite or NOT. I spent my 4 Months in working on it... Although i did not do everything on my own. I got few references on how to read xml, wimgapi calls blah.. blha... If you would looked carefully the you guys would have come to my app supports:- * Windows 8 * Boot Editing And about reverse engineering, huh? How should i do that please let me know that. None of the images used in RT Seven Lite are copyright material of him neither me. And also there nothing wrong in a kid coding for your kind information. An original artist is unable to copy. So he has only to copy in order to be original. Jean Cocteau Bad artists copy. Good artists steal. Pablo Picasso I request, To send this message behalf of me to Benjamin Samson .S
  3. The VMWARE graphic card driver is hidden in windows.iso which is located in "H:\VMware Workstation\Windows.ISO". If you are able to extract it some how [it is possible ! I did it !] then integrate the driver into windows 7 offline image. Use this "Theme_Load.vbs" =============== Theme_Load.VBS =========================================================================================== strComputer = "." Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set objFileSystem = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set Shell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Set WinDir = objFileSystem.GetSpecialFolder(WindowsFolder) currentDIR = Shell.CurrentDirectory objFileSystem.FileExists(WinDIR & "\System32\oobe\info\THEME.theme") then Shell.Run "rundll32.exe Shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL desk.cpl desk,@Themes /Action:OpenTheme /File:""%WINDIR%\Resources\Themes\Vagia's G.THEME""" Wscript.Sleep 1600 Shell.Sendkeys "%{F4}" =========================================================================================================================== ===================== Theme_Load.REG ======================================= Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Themes] "Drop Shadow"="FALSE" "Flat Menus"="FALSE" "SetupVersion"="10" "InstallTheme"="C:\\Windows\\resources\\Themes\\Vagia's G.theme" "InstallVisualStyle"="%ResourceDir%\\themes\\Vagia's G\\Vagia's G.msstyles" =========================================================================== ================ OOBE.CMD =================================== CSCRIPT //NOLOGO %SYSTEMROOT%\SETUP\SCRIPTS\Theme_Load.vbs REGEDIT /S "%SYSTEMROOT%\SETUP\SCRIPTS\Theme_Load.REG" ============================================================== Hopefully it should work just like how it work for me ! AND DO NOT FORGET TO REPLACE PATCHED UXTHEME FILES WITH ORIGINAL FILES ! ELSE YOU ARE JUST GONNA MESS UP ! AND REPLACE Vagia's G with the theme name, Since i use this script for vista i used Vagia's G
  4. Just make "SetupComplete.cmd" to your DVD with following scripts. @ECHO OFF SET LOGPTR="C:\Windows\Internet Explorer 9 Installation.TXT" START /WAIT IE9.EXE /quiet /norestart /log:%LOGPTR% DEL IE9.EXE >NUL DEL "SetupComplete.cmd" >NUL
  5. The default animation will be changed by the method i mentioned. If You are talking abut the screen which is black and some kind of flash progress bar comes, Then you have to mount "FirstUXRes.WIM" which is located in [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\oobe, Then Edit the images and then commit it then do the steps i mentioned before. Hope you problem gets solved !
  6. Waitng for final version then will skip windows 7 and jump to Windows 8 lol nice plan
  7. Yes, You can change the bootscreen in offline mode. follow this :- 1.) Customize your bootscreen in test system or vm. 2.) copy the "C:\Windows\System32\en-US\winload.exe.mui" file to some where. NOTE: C:\ is where u have installed test os 3.) Mount install.wim. 4.) Copy the custom "winload.exe.mui" to [Mount Location]\Windows\System32\en-US 5.) Unmount the image with commit command line. 6.) Enjoy !
  8. Yo! I am planing to make more than 4 partions. But during windows installation. Is it possible ? I have 250 GB HDD from seagate. Thanks in advance.


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