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JiggaByte

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  1. When I open the kernel file (ntoskrnl.exe or the multi-processor) the image 10 which is supposed to be the main boot background is not there. There isn't even a #10 in the list. How am I supposed to edit the boot screen if that file isn't there? This is on a Corp edition of XP Pro I believe that I am making for work.
  2. Is it possible to have applications auto install after unattended XP Setup from a network drive that requires username and password? If so, what code would need to be used with either WPI or RunOnceEx?
  3. so should I just point it to C or a certain file on C: ? Will the Font part of the WPI.cmd work ok the way it is now if its going to run off of the C: drive? Does anyone who has run it from their hard drive have an example of their wpi.cmd file that they could post. If I can see an example, then I will be able to figure it out.
  4. I was wondering what I needed to change in the wpi.cmd script that came with WPI in order to get it to run from C:\Install\WPI instead of off a CD? The cd and font part have me really confused. What do I need to change in here: REM Example, how to look for CDROM-drive. Must have a file called WIN51 in its root. for %%i in (C 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:\WIN51 set CDROM=%%i: echo Found CD-Rom as drive %CDROM% REM Determine the WPI startup path. set WPIPATH=%SystemDrive%\Install\WPI echo WPI will run from %WPIPATH% REM Font installation - the easy way for /R
  5. I was wondering if there was a way to change the default background that loads when windows is first installed (Bliss.bmp) to install one of my own customized unattended install backgrounds as the default? I found out. save your new image that you want as your default background as a .jpg file and name it bliss.jpg then open your cmd prompt and navigate to where your bliss.jpg file is and run this command on it: makecab bliss.jpg Then it will make a file bliss.jp_ and you just copy that into your windows install files I386 folder and replace the existing one.
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