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Frigem

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  1. OK, followed the guide, made a few registry additions via Runonceex on that site you told me to Google about, and now, I have one question: should I still use nLite to burn the CD along with the $OEM$ stuff I made for the runonceex guide? EDIT: I tried the runonceex method as described by the MSFN Unattended Site and while the Microsoft Office 2010 shows up on the setup list, it is not installed. Any further help would be appreciated.
  2. Any good articles on how to do it? I've been searching high and low for one, and can't seem to find one that my brain can muster. Thanks.
  3. OK folks, I am trying to put my favourite applications along with my Windows XP SP3 disc as silent installs, the Office 2010 always springs an error in the middle of installation. The message is as follows: Error 1406: Setup cannot write the value DW0200 to the registry key \Software\Microsoft\PCHealth\ErrorReporting\DW\installed. The way I burned each disc using nLite is as follows: Include all programs, including Office 2010. Include all drivers. Burn disc Put disc in drive. Start the Windows XP installation so as to install XP along with the programs When the Office 2010 silent installation comes up, it issues an Error 1406, and kills itself, waving a Don't Send/Send Report message that also says something along the lines of, "Office 2010 has encountered and error and must close." Keep in mind that it's installing in the Windows XP setup, not the installed state of the operating system. When editing the .msp file, I used the "Basic" Display Level in the Licencing part and unchecked all checkboxes in the enclosed pull-down option's vicinity. Is there anything I should try at that point? Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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