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Posts posted by victor888

  1. I will tell you that if you running in a VM(Virtual Machine) environment that display is one thing they lacking or not good at. Been there done that.

    I did that recently. You are right I tried it on VM.

    Also I have to point out that there is another unattended cd without ConfigureAtLogon=0/AutoConfirm=1 set in [display] of winnt.sif, that cd works fine (tested on real machine). Also I know that CD didn't use any other soft to change the screen resolution.

    how could you explain?

  2. It is really a bothing problem to me each time when I test unattended cd.

    Because xp can't recognize my display adapter card, so each time when xpcd finished installation and made a first time logon. This window appears which is: To improve the appearance of visual elements, Windows will automatically adjust your screen resolution. I have to click Ok. You know this is not unattended installation.

    In fact I have cheked many times to WINNT.SIF and compare with others. No problem found in [display] 800 * 600 16bit 60Hz.

    Also I made a through check to MSFN, no answer found.

    BTW, I don't want to solve it by installing display adapter driver.

    Who can tell me how to remove/disable/kill this window?

  3. Why don't you uninstall it form the control panel?

    If it is green software (no writting to the registry and to system folders) you could delete the folder directly.

    If there is no uninstall selection in control panel and it does write sothing to the registy and to system folders. I suppose you could delete all keywords "dell" in the registry and then delete the folder.

  4. This problem also confused me.

    I found that if winxp couldn't recognize and install your vga driver 1365vidchng.exe doesn't work. I also found that if I install svga driver (vmwares tools) in vmwares this command does work. You know I try it after winxp was installed.

    I still wonder if I try on the real machine which runs the vmware the problem sill happen?


    I know the answer now.

  5. It is really a waste of time if we test the newly made ISO file from the very beginning (format, copy, restart) each time by using vmware etc.

    In fact each time we install only minor corretions made. But we have to test from the very beginning.

    I think there must be a method to solve the prolem of long-time installation.

    Could we make a snapshot when the first time copying was finished. When made corrections (such as for winnnt.sif or other files) we just need to modify the snapshot files?

    Could anybody give a good solution?


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