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  1. kc_ Here is something else you can try. From your desktop 1 Right click my computer 2 Click the "advanced" tab 3 In the box near the bottom labled "Startup and Recovery" click the "settings" button 4 Select the drop down box labled "Default operating system" to see what is listed. There should be only one OS. Also you can modify the "time to display list of operating systems:" to less than 30 secs here. I would not recomend lowering the one for recovery options. This is the screen that gives you safe mode options at startup in the event of a crash during boot. If this does not fix your problem please click the edit button (DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING MANUALLY UNLESS YOU SURE YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING) which will open your boot.ini file. Copy it, post it and I will take a look. Hope this helps...
  2. Let's see if I'm understanding you correctly you would just like your Unattended Install cd to add your cd key for you??? Lets try this backwards what would you like your UI cd to do for you? Sorry for the sarcasm...
  3. If you always reformat why don't you specify it to do that in your winnt.sif file automatically? [Data] AutoPartition=1 [Unattended] FileSystem=NTFS As far as the dual boot if you are formatting the entire drive you should only see one boot however that option should be able to bypassed with your boot settings. You can check your boot options in msconfig or from a cmd prompt with bootcfg it should look something like this. Boot entry ID: 1 Friendly Name: "Microsoft Windows XP Professional" Path: multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS OS Load Options: /fastdetect Anything more than this would indicate that you have not formated the entire drive, have installed multiple os or have a problem with your boot setup.
  4. I'm not sure where you think my username and computername are the same? They are similar but not the same scottspc/scott Also I did post the orginal files the first winnt.sif file I posted the section relating to the problem and the second time I posted it for the simple install it was the full file???
  5. Thanks for everyones help on this. I made a few minor tweaks this morning and now everything works great.
  6. Sorry I can't be much help with the driver aspect because I haven't even gone near it for my two current builds. As far as the .exe files that is a hole different aspect. It will take some time to look through everything but the unattended section will help you run any other program installs. MSFN's Unattended XP CD If your new to unattended installs don't cheat, read from begining to end then back to the forums and then you will understand the mysteries of life... Well got to catch some shut eye
  7. I had the exact same problem... Try using the {default user} folder instead of your {user}. When new accounts are created the files will be copied to their profile. The only thing to keep in mind is if you are on a shared computer all new accounts you create will get a copy of those files.
  8. PS to save money on cd's you can use the iso that nLite creates with VM Ware or another VM to test the install. Alot of the VM programs also have a trial version which is more then enough to pop out one UI cd.
  9. Try running the setup again and check the results. Those problems could have had an effect on other installs.
  10. Try using nLite to remove components and drivers it works great. MSFN - Universal Windows Slipstreaming and Bootable CD Guide This has the info you should need.
  11. If I remember correctly it ran after the "registering components" portion of the install and before the "saving settings". I'm not sure it is possible to change when the cmdlines.txt runs being that windows calls it automatically.
  12. The target path actually does accept "\" and was no problem during the setup. I think I have found the solution to this problem elsewhere but have yet to test it. It's not the execution of the useraccounts.cmd that is a problem it is one of the commands. I added a pause at the end of the cmd file which is how I got the output of the error during setup however I'm not able to find out what is causing the problem and what problems it could cause down the road.
  13. With Ad Aware you should have a /s at the end to suppress the interface REG ADD %KEY%\005 /VE /D "Installing Ad-aware SE Professional" /f REG ADD %KEY%\005 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\install\Applications\AdWare\AdWareSEPersonal1.05.exe /s" /f Also you have an extra " in Alcohol and Any DVD you should remove one. REG ADD %KEY%\015 /VE /D "Installing Alcohol 120%" /f REG ADD %KEY%\015 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\Install\Applications\Alcohol120\AlcoholSetup.msi /qn" /f REG ADD %KEY%\015 /V 2 /D ""REGEDIT /S %systemdrive%\install\Applications\Alcohol120\registry.reg" /f REG ADD %KEY%\025 /VE /D "Installing AnyDVD" /f REG ADD %KEY%\025 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\Install\Applications\AnyDVD\AnyDVD_Setup.exe /S" /noreboot /f REG ADD %KEY%\025 /V 2 /D ""REGEDIT /S %systemdrive%\install\Applications\AnyDVD\key.reg" /f WMP has a few errors that I can see. Remove the / after c: The largest near the end should be /DisallowSystemRestore" /f REG ADD %KEY%\065 /VE /D "Installing Windows Media Player 10" /f REG ADD %KEY%\065 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\Install\Applications\WMP10\MP10Setup.exe /q:A /c:/"setup.wm.exe /Q /R:N /DisallowSystemRestore\"" /f Hope this helps
  14. Here is the correct Alcohol switch which will stop the reboot. I will review the others to look for problems.
  15. The OEMPreinstall only needs to be set to yes if you are using the $OEM$ to install other apps, tweaks, etc. and the UnattendSwitch only needs to be set if you want to bypass the network setup adn regional options. Which in both cases are not factors in doing a basic install test. Thanks

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