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  1. Well my regtweak worked... So to get the Documents and Settings folder plus you login name to change, but still be able to use autologin, you have to use this regtweak, along with the rename settings of Yzöwl... Thanks!
  2. I do know btw what ofcourse causes the problem with not being able to log in automaticly... Because the name and profile did change, but, the log-in that is filled in is still Administrator. So we have to change the name that he automaticly fills in... Is there a way to tell windows which username to use when logging in. tnx for the help so far [edit] Maybe found a way? [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon] "DefaultUserName"="Username" Have not tryed it yet!
  3. oke i now have this... renuser.exe Administrator "First Second" inside my cleanup.cmd like this: cmdow @ /HID echo off FOR %%i IN (D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z) DO IF EXIST %%i:\UXPCD_IDENT.txt SET CDROM=%%i: // Renaming Administrator Account renuser.exe Administrator "First Second" <-------First is your first name, Second you last... ofcrouse EXIT Were "First Second" ofcourse is my first and last name.
  4. Oke thanks i'll just try that... can i copy Yzöwl's code and past it infront of the cleanup.cmd? And @rikgale You can prefent that in a much easyer way... set UserStart=%UserProfile%\Menu Start DEL /Q /F "%UserStart%\Windows Update.lnk" Thanks for the quick reply! [edit] This only is usefull if you have the script running on that account ofcourse [edit2] @Yzöwl's I think i understand what you mean, add the command to the cleanup.cmd file like you posted it. So that the it will be done at the moment the cmdlines.txt calls on the cleanup.cmd... right?
  5. @Yzöwl or anyone else who knows Well i tryed it, but it didn't work. i added the following in my cmdlines.txt [COMMANDS] "REGEDIT /S tweaks.reg" "Cleanup.cmd" "renuser.exe "Administrator" "First Second"" I use a space in my name... maybe that is the reason why? If so, what is the proper syntax? Because renaming it without the quates around my name with the space it doesn't rename. I tested this when windows was running. Thanks in advance
  6. oke thanks, i'll try that! But the usual stuff, you mean you normal unattended awsners? Thanks!
  7. Well i used RunOnceEx, to run my RenName.cmd... Which contains the following: cmdow @ /HID @echo off echo Renaming Administrator Account renuser "Administrator" "My new name" EXIT It does rename the Administrator account, but when it is all done and it's waiting to enter it's password (i have classic login) it still say Administrator. I tryed to log in with My new name, works fine. But in Documents and settings there is a folder named Administrator, wich is the folder containing the info for My new name. I want that to be renamed as well, just as nLite does, but i don't wanna use nLite. With nLite it also fills in the new name automaticly. Hope anyone can help me. Thanks in advance
  8. Well i just thought of another sollution, don't understand why i would not thought of this before, but i just use my sil3114 raid controller.... it also supports more raid forms... Anyone got an idea on how to slipstream these drivers without nLite? Thanks, greatz, MyDomain
  9. Well i'm still trying stuff. But the second reason i dont what the SW-Driver installed is because of that stupide USB-Icon that apears, i can't remove my drives ever because they are always in use. So it is completly useless... Hope anyone can still give me some info on how to make sure SW-Driver doesn't get installed, while the rest of the drivers do. tnx, in advance. [edit] But it is also not possible to make it use a standard IDE driver along with the nvraid drivers? Because in windows i will install the nForce drivers and then install the other IDE drivers, but then say no on the prompt for SW-Driver installation.
  10. I believe the SW stands for swappable or something. All i know is that it can cause issues, for example with the audigy drivers. It also makes the USB-Tray show at the bottom right of your taskbar, showing your two hdd's, which you can then disable like a USB-Drive, but ofcourse you can't becaue they are ofcourse in use. But does no one have a clue? Which file it is? or maybe make only the raid work and not install the IDE drivers, and hopefully the IDE SW-Driver neither. It's all i need... or maybe an awnser file for the driver... if that is possible... just throwing in some radical ideas.
  11. I would like this to work, because i heard that there are still people that have problems with the IDE SW-Drivers, i have a new pc at the moment and i don't wanna create any software problems that can be avoided. This way i can better test if there is anything else wrong. Thanks in advance, MyDomain
  12. Hi! I hope anyone can help me figger this out. I have slipstreamed my nvRaid drivers succesfully, after a little bumb in the road. But after i installed my windows i saw that the IDE SW-Driver is automaticly installed, but i don't want that. Normally when you install the drivers of nForce in windows, it will prompt you to install it, but ofcourse during the unattended intall it doesn't. Can anyone help me to get the nvRaid drivers installed, but prevent this IDE SW-Driver to be installed? It could be enough if the IDE Drivers are not installed at all, but i don't know what to remove to do so and if the RAID will still work then. I hope anyone can help me get the nvRaid drivers installed, without the IDE SW-Driver. Thanks in advance!
  13. Thanks, i already knew that target path had to be /n,/e,c: but just needed to get the shortcut to have that automaticly, kinda stupide that i didn't thought of just copying the shortcut from my CD, it's so easy... but i was thinking to difficult. Thanks! cheers!
  14. Oke thanks, i'll try this out when i'm back home tonight... Cheers!

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