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Everything posted by Nazgul

  1. You can use Regmon by sysinternals and set its filter to 'write' and 'the installer process'.
  2. No, that's not possible. You're replacing the text I386, which consists of 4 characters, so you can only replace it with something that's 4 characters as well.
  3. Here it is: http://rapidshare.de/files/6973602/DriverP...em_v1.4.7z.html
  4. I've uploaded a mirror at: http://rapidshare.de/files/6961684/DriverP...Tv_v1.3.7z.html
  5. From http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community..._feb15_sql.mspx
  6. Try extracting the cab files with something like WinRAR to see if they conatin the inf files.
  7. It doesn't work because it can't get the Get_update.cmd file, because the btsunattended.net domain is down.
  8. Which hardware are we talking about (brands, types and drivers?) Could you post your hardware ID's here, so we can try to pinpoint your problem? (You can use the tool from this post to determine them.)
  9. Some (but not all) of those exe files can be extracted using a tool like WinRAR. And you can try extracting the MSI files using Less MSIérables.
  10. Try www.driverpacks.net.
  11. The differences are mentioned in the tutorial on BTS' site.
  12. Why use shutdown.exe when AutoIt supports its own shutdown function?
  13. Couldn't you just do a taskkill /IM extras.exe, which will kill all running processes with the name of extras.exe?
  14. Both IE and OE should work when run as a normal user. For tips and pointer about running as a non-admin read Aaron Margosis' WebLog. He 'specializes' in running things as a non-admin.
  15. If you just want the default boot disks, you can download them from this site. If you want to create a boot folder for use on a multi-boot CD, try BootFolder.exe.
  16. It's Trojan-Downloader.Win32.IstBar.ja according to Jotti
  17. Are you still uploading? Because it gives a 404 over here.
  18. It is mentioned on that page, but there is an error in that information: This states that you can use the OSLoadOptionsVar entry to set DEP settings during unattended installation. The only problem is that they state that it should be in [Data] while it should be in [setupData]. This article on Microsoft Technet specifies the different settings you can provide.
  19. You can write some custom code which is able to do so, but you could also take a look at something like TQF Event Log Explorer. I don't have any personal experience with it, but its description fits what you're looking for.
  20. Try running BootFolder.exe after you've integrated SP5 and it will create a boot folder for you based on the dosnet.inf file.
  21. Take a look at the FOR /F command. You can get some additional information about it by executing HELP FOR from a command prompt.

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