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Cozmo1

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  1. My apologies durex, for reacting the way I did. I could've just downloaded one of the ones I found off the web before making a thread. Which, btw... worked just fine
  2. The batch files i made?what batch files? If you want to run it from a batch file you can, but it is so much easier to run it from the cmdlines.txt file. This file and your regtweaks.reg file should both be in the same folder. The link I gave you a bit ago shows you how to use the cmdlines.txt file. It's worth it.
  3. Check out this link: http://unattended.msfn.org/xp/hkcu_registry.htm It should help you out alot.
  4. Well... you can take it that I'm reporting the link is not working on MSFN then, which, by the way, would make it MSFN specific. The only one I seem to find is a <<spam>> patcher for uxtheme.dll. I'll use that one and see how it works. To be honest, it'll probably work just fine, but hey... with all the complaining I've read of people not following directions... I'm happy nLite patched the dll for you and that it works great, it still doesn't work for me. **Edited to remove same attitude given. Now how would that resolve anything?**
  5. Anybody know an alternate download location to get Vorte[x]'s UXTheme.dll file for Windows XP SP2 English? I've been trying to get it for days now from http://unattended.msfn.org/xp/hacked_files.htm, but it never works. I wouldn't plan on using it, but nLite doesn't patch uxtheme.dll when you set it to do so. As usual, thank you for all help provided
  6. Sorry... didn't want to lose the thread w/o knowing where should a person put a .vbs file to have it run silently or should one add its entry in their start.cmd file? Obrigado
  7. Sweet! Thank you, guys! That all worked real well. I found ]Bonkers[ method for the windows theme to work quite nicely, and ToBe's reg entry is just what I needed I must admit, Alanoll's reg modification should've worked. Not exactly sure why it didn't. Now I'm gonna work on some of the harder apps to silently install and deleting default wallpapers and icons before/during the install. Doh! Almost forgot... where should a person put a .vbs file to have it run silently or should I add its entry in my start.cmd file? Thanks again!
  8. Well... the registry entry for the theme didn't work. I did notice the path wasn't correct, but even after being corrected it didn't work. I'm going to try ]Bonkers[ method next. Where does one put their .vbs file to have it load into windows? I put it in $OEM$ because that's where cmdlines.txt resides, but the .vbs didn't load. Hmm... I'm doing something wrong for sure. Back to the drawing board I go. Cheers
  9. You are most likely correct. I will make an iso of my image and install it into virtual pc and let you know how it goes
  10. Awesome! Thank you! I'm running it using cmdlines.txt One other question that just crept up if I may... What would be the best way to silently run a .vbs script? In other words, I want it to run with my start.cmd but don't know of any tags to make it run silently w/o any prompts. Unless, of course, someone knows a way to add TweakUI to the Control Panel using the registry? Much obliged and thank you again for your time
  11. Hi I have two questions, if I may.. 1) How can I set it (prefereably in my regtweaks.reg file) to change the Windows default theme from the default blue to the Silver one? Just the Appearance one. 2) Also would like to change the default wallpaper for Windows from the default bliss.bmp to something I'd rather use... .bmp I have this set as a possibility: In Regtweaks.reg I put this command in: ;Set the default wallpaper [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop] "Wallpaper"="C:\\WINDOWS\\web\\wallpaper\\myxp.bmp" "WallpaperStyle"="2" "TileWallpaper"="0" And I put my myxp.bmp here: \$OEM$\$$\Web\Wallpaper\myxp.bmp Does that look correct? Because something seems off about it. Thank you


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