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  1. Here is a link to Unattended MCE: http://www.wmwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=Unattended_MCE
  2. http://www.msfn.org/board/lofiversion/index.php/t71211.html or http://www.google.com/custom?ie=UTF-8&...A1%3B&hl=en
  3. lolz... yeah, I figured I would be pointed back to this. I consider unattended.msfn.org the best way too, it's just that I thought it was still all a bit outdated. I remember combing through that about a year or two ago, and it was all great info. The one thing that p!$$ed me off was the fact that Microsoft made you use a winnt.sif from a floppy. How double-stupid is that? unattended.msfn.org is a little outdated but some things may never change although MSVista is a different animal. The winnt.sif may also be placed in the I386 Folder or you may use a floppy. I use a floppy because it allows me to change the install per-machine. Although I do wish the install would look for USB drive instead. I know enough to know what I don't know. But the bottom line is, whatever is required, I can learn in a very short amount of time. Nothing really scares me, whether it's perl, vb or (gulp) Windows powershell. But, to be honest (don't laugh), my favorite scripting environment is good old Windows CMD shell. No laughing here it is what MS would prefer i'm sure? It is good for most things except reading databases or even Comma Delimited files? I prefer perl because I work on many types of machines including linux and Apple so using a cross platform language is more convenient. Recently I ran across Rexx and it is too easy not to use. Sigh, I figured. It's just that, well, there seems to be no SINGLE high level guide to do this. Maybe I haven't searched and looked enough. I will. I like all of this information, it's just that sometimes, you really have to read, read and re-read everything to make sense of it. Maybe I'll be the person that will put it all together in one, comprehensive guide, etc.. who knows? It's really not needed if you use the RyanVM, Nlite, BTS_DP combo-method and you are conservative with your choices with nlite and don't push the envelope by removing the apps MS intends to be used for evil? Like IE, OE and WMP. I ran into msfn.org years after my first unattended windows98 install and I have not seen anything that compaires. You won't find some of the info here on the MSDN. The only trick I can think of is "TIMING"! The order of everything is very important. Everything you need to know about the install is in the MS Deployment Tools Help File (Deploy.cab) I use the FREEWARE (hard to find now) version of WinInstall LE 2003 -- not the crippled one that shipped with Windows 2003, but the ORIGINAL full Freeware one that shipped with Windows 2000. It's actually fully functional, and still works to this very day on most stuff I package. I can do that, Nullsoft Scriptable Installer System (NSIS) or any of the plethora of others (heard of InnoSetup v 5)? They're all good, and I can package my butt off - no problems here. Sorry, that was a stupid question on my part. It's just the registry stuff (which you mentioned later) which worried me. I like WinInstall but, it is not common freeware so I did not recommend. And most of the others are too complex for use by most people? My personal needs require something faster and what is faster then answering a couple of basic questions from a batch file and waiting for the silent exe and a decription file including hash sums? I sounds like you also have a system you like and if you use MS_RIS then .MSI files are the only way to go. Lol! Trivial to those who have done it 15 times. I need practice. I'm very familiar with the registry (reg.exe) tool included in XP and 2003, so that's no issue. Officially I think the number is close to 300 times? Feels like 1,000,000. You are right? MS treats the registy like an unsupported feature or power toy? Instead of the essential location of most settings??? (Ba$terds) It just so happens that secrecy was the reason the registry was my first real knowlege of windows internal workings. You can avoid allot of headache by backing up the Registry before ANY editing. (REGEDIT.EXE /E %SYSTEMDRIVE%\RegBU.reg) Along with a windows restore disk or something like PE or Winternals ERD. Ok, I'm lost there. I need to review the unattended.msfn.org for more detail on the T-39 and T-11 phases, I suppose. http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/13/ I hate to say it, but 'simple' is a term I cannot relate to. Until I find a high level comprehensive guide to WHAT RyanVM, Update 'Packs' and 'Addons' are, it's like the days of compiling custom linux kernels for IPCop. It's just darned confusing until you've done it 15 times, as I mentioned earlier. I guess it's just alot of hard work is required before I can really understand it. Shame. Lol! IPCop and its Kernel... that used to be painfull when is was a offshoot of smoothwall? Now that it is LFS things are a bit simpler now. The process as described is allot easier then you are making it sound. There are many users of this forum that have limited PC knowlege with their own sucessfull builds. RyanVM update pack are very straight forward. The process he uses is identical to the way MS would have done it, if you were to have done it manually one by one only he just combines all the files together. You should just try it and then ask questions when you have problems? Everything you want can be easily enough accomplished. This is security updates only, right? My point is that I wanted ALL Windows updates (security, critical, patch, component update, etc) POST SP2 possible, up to date. Here is the current list from all the CDs for winXP and IE MDAC28-KB911562-X86-ENU.EXE MSXML4-KB927978-ENU.EXE MSXML6-KB927977-ENU-X86.EXE NDP20-KB917283-X86.exe NDP20-KB922770-X86.EXE OE6.0SP1-KB911567-WINDOWS-2000-XP-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWS-KB913433-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSMEDIA-KB911564-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSMEDIA10-KB911565-V2-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSMEDIA10-KB917734-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSMEDIA8-KB917734-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSMEDIA9-KB911565-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSMEDIA9-KB917734-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB901190-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB908519-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB908531-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB911280-V2-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB911562-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB911567-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB911927-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB912919-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB913446-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB913580-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB914388-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB914389-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB914798-V2-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB917159-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB917344-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB917422-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB917537-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB917953-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB918439-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB919007-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB920213-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB920214-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB920670-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB920683-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB920685-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB921398-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB921883-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB922616-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB922819-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB923191-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB923414-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB923789-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB923980-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB924191-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB924270-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB924496-X86-ENU.EXE IE: IE6.0SP1-KB912812-WINDOWS-2000-XP-X86-ENU.EXE IE6.0SP1-KB916281-WINDOWS-2000-XP-X86-ENU.EXE IE6.0SP1-KB918439-WINDOWS-2000-XP-X86-ENU.EXE IE6.0SP1-KB918899-WINDOWS-2000-XP-V3-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB912812-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB916281-X86-ENU.EXE WINDOWSXP-KB922760-X86-ENU.EXE I understand you want the same thing most people here at MSFN want and have. A current and fully upto date unattended XPSP2 Pro CD with current drivers for modern mainstream hardware including any needed software and settings with minimal user effort at install and much more! Perfect is reletive to the use and the software company we are dealing with? The perfect install looks allot more like Ubuntu? IMHO. Well that will take care of all your security, critical updates for WINDOWZ 2K, 2K3, XP and Vista in all languages. In other words everything that matters. As far as hardware drives go that is where the BTS DriverPacks shine. This guy accomplished what many said was not possable and you can still use a CD. The only problem I have had was with the soundcard drivers that was overcum by temporary disabeling the sound untill install was finished. Everything else will have to be indevidually fetched and silently installed or intergrated. Again, I've heard things like "Oh, use MBSACLI.CMD and it will XML out a listing of what you need." But again, I fear this is SECURITY only. And again, SECURITY is only part of the patch universe, right? Point being, if there were a utility which could list every patch on a given day post-SP2, I wouldn't mind downloading the delta-changes of those patches and putting them into a directory and rebuilding with (choose one: nLite, etc). But, sigh, sadly, I don't think we're going to find that out anytime soon. I asked the guys in the Autopatcher forum, btw, and that (above) was the response I received (use MBSACLI). Like I mentioned before since Jan-2006 this has been done with the MS .iso files. Although it sounds like you got some good info? The MBSACLI.CMD does contain what you need? This is what it is based on. (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894193) RyanVM also has a list of all the packages you need in his pack. or just install XPSP2 and goto Windows Update? They will all take you to the same place? For XP RyanVM has taken all the guess work out. I had an admin on my team once that found a way to use the Compaq Smart Start scripting toolkit, but he was able to ghost the process at the first blue-screen text-mode portion reboot, saving about 15 minutes per install. If that kind of time isn't worth it (and I suppose there could be issues), then I'm just going to skip this part of my question and say, thanks, you're right. I am not familier with that Compaq app. I am not sure what that would save you in the end? Hey its all "1's and 0's" so I suppose anything is possable? Although I have learnt the hard way, when MS has a system for you to use, It is in your best interest just to play along unless you have a really good reason otherwise... Like I said the biggest thing you can do is to not install any more then nessasary and use the lowest (store) compression on all files. Yeah. I've got my weekends cut out for me for the next several months, huh? I almost forgot about the official help files! (START HERE -- Almost everything you need to know in a .chm file) Windows Support Tools Windows Deploy Kit Several months will only be the case if you try to understand everything before trying. Thanks to the hard work of Ryan, Nlite and the BTS_DP this madness of allways reinstalling windows is very simple and should take less then one weekend on your first dry run and it will get much faster the more you do. Take it one step at a time and you will get there? My DL-DVD includes every version of MS Operating System since DOS2.0 all installed unattended after choice and partitioning. Google "Windows AllinOne DVD". Stop Reading! and get downloading. Test on a virtual machine while reading about what you are going to do to the next disk you make. Rince and Repeat...
  4. It depends on where the link is located? All Users Profile == "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\App_Name\App.lnk" Users Profile == "%USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\App_Name\App.lnk" Here is the commands I would use in a batch file to remove a shortcut. @ECHO OFF IF /i EXIST "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\App_Name\App.lnk" DEL /F /Q "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\App_Name\App.lnk" IF /i EXIST "%USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\App_Name\App.lnk" DEL /F /Q "%USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\App_Name\App.lnk" EXIT Notice the quotes? Since we are not dealing with 8.3 names. For help with windows commands and batch files you should install "Windows Support Tools" This should be located on the cd and is available from MS.
  5. Wow! I can't ever remember seeing this question phrased like this before? Sounds like you have done your research but, you forgot to mention the most important site of all!? http://unattended.msfn.org/ While there are many ways to do this? They are all error prone or limited for one reason or another. The final solution depends mostly on your knowlege of Windowz install routeen, and update process. Program setup routeens and their installers. Familerarity of windows command line and/or scripting languages like perl/rexx. If you are or want to be experienced at this http://unattended.msfn.org/ is an exellent resource that will walk you threw all of this. A much easier way and the most popular method on this forum is to use the combined work RyanVM, NliteOS, BTS_DriverPack, WPI in that order with exceptions. This method provides for a reletivly intergrated solution that is easy to duplicate on a monthly basis. The biggest problems of this system is the individual pieces of software are not mature and will have variouse major issues most of which can be overcum along with signifigant changes between versions. I also don't like having to download all the files needed over and over again since neither RyanVM or BTS_DPs provide any way of updating and existing set of files. Historically I prefrered to use automated batch files, pre-patched files and misc assortment of utilities. Recently this has become more difficult and time consuming as changes in the process of files and conflicts have been more difficult to overcum. Installing software is a whole other process for me. Some here like to intergrate other software into windows I386 folder. I to create silent installers that can be installed after the registry is created so I can install later on other machines of choice without install and still keep the itegrety of the softwares uninstall/repair procedure. For silent installs I use a custom batch file that takes advantage of NirSoft zipinstaller and NirCMD, 7zip, iexpress and USSF. This works for the majority of installs and for everything else I dissaseble the install or use Autoit. Then the software installs can be managed with WPI (Windowz Post Install Utillity) This is the easiest way to have default and custom choices in what software is installed and still have it automated. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Going after your questions. #3 Updating Registry: This is a trivial matter. There are a couple of ways of doing it with the biggest decision being when to apply so you affect the right users. Nlite uses the hive*.inf but, you may also use a batch file and then you can make that batch file a silent install. Regestry commands can be in either format: (REG IMPORT "settings.reg") and\or (REG ADD "HKLM\Software" /ve "" /t "REG_SZ" /d "Data of Value" /f) and then used at T-39 for all users or T-11 for current user (Administrator) #4 Windowz Updates: There are two basic popular methods: 1.) The simplist and most efficiant is RyanVM Update Pack and Addons. 2.) Download the Windowz "Bulk Update" .iso package compilations from MS. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913086 I haven't had much luck with autopatcher programs? Somethings to keep in mind about MS_Updates is that they sometimes nullify each other. They must also be installed in the order of release and old versions must not be used if a newer one is available. #5 Sofware install: This is not an issue again, like the registry is the choice of install time is the most important. Silent installs are will documented on this forum. Time?: The time of install can vary widely depending on what you have done. Here are some personal examples: Windows 2000 minimal with no driver or software on P4 800mhz === 12 minutes. Windows XPSP2_PRO with no drivers and minimal software with 1CD on AMD64 3000+ === 18 minutes Windows XPSP2_PRO basic workstation with drivers and programs with 1CD AMD64 3000+ === 35 minutes Windows 2003 Server with Drivers and 3GB of programs and DATA with 1DVD Intel Optron Quad Core === 100 minutes These times can be lowered if you reduce the compression of source files. Finnaly?: An unattend install is just that and totally possable with Windowz 2k and newer. A unatended install and immediate GhostBU would be silly since the install alone is more flexable with the MS way of things. If you use the BTS_DP then you will not need or be able to press F6 for install of extras drivers for just about all primary hardware devices. After creating my unattend DVD the only step needed to install a different configuration on variouse machines is to put the appropriate winnt.sif file on a floppy, boot the machine and come back an hour later to a fully setup machine ready to go. Including all updates, servicepacks, drivers, software including users and various settings. Start by downloading the appropriate software and have fun. - RyanVM Update pack and addon pack - NliteOS - BTS_DP - MS Virtual Machine For Software Installs - WPI - 7zip or WinRAR - Universal Extractor - NirCMD and ZipInstaller nirsoft.com You now have enough info just to get started let us know if we can further help.
  6. Do you have an "Autoplay" tab in the drives properties? To customize autoplay settings, open My Computer, right-click the drive you want to customize, select Properties, then Autoplay. If that fails to give you more options? You should use the Microsoft Power Toy called TweakUI. Side Note: Change your Windows Theme to a default like "Classic" or "Windows XP". This could be the reason you are missing the additional check boxes?
  7. Add this to the Unattended.txt and/or Winnt.sif [PCHealth] RA_AllowFullControl = 1 RA_AllowToGetHelp = 1 RA_AllowUnsolicited = 1 RA_MaxTicketExpiry = 604800 This info was found in the help file in "deploy.cab"
  8. If looking to use the CDROM in a batch file here is the easiest option that does not require another .EXE file. This batch script looks for a unique file on a drive (win51ip.SP2 from the XPSP2 CD) and sets that drive as a variable %CDROM% for %%d 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 %%d:\win51ip.SP2 set CDROM=%%d if "%CDROM%"=="" goto EOF Now you can use %CDROM% as a variable.
  9. Your comparing two different devices? The comparison should be the Ipod mini and Ipod nano? And the choice should be obviouse? The Ipod mini and nano both use microchips for storage and therefore more durable and use less power. The Ipod uses a hard drive for storage and therefore can be damaged easier. The choice is a personal preferance of size? I personal like everything bigger! Like the ARCHOS 100GB Mobile Digital Video Recorder http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16855501129 No Apple products compete?
  10. Try this it works for me? ComputerName = "Level1-XP-Sys1"
  11. I have not used ICS since 2001... So can't help you there? As for using a router? Most have the ability to map server ports.
  12. 1.) Setup the machine with ICS running to automatically log on? or 2.) Kill ICS machine and replace with a harware router. Best Solution
  13. No you will have to use another program like: * Alcohol 120% * CloneCD * DiscDump * Blindread and Blindwrite * DiscJuggler * GameJack 2 But it will read others like: * cue/bin * iso * ccd (CloneCD) * bwt (Blindwrite) * mds (Media Descriptor File) * cdi (Discjuggler) * nrg (Nero) * pdi (Instant CD/DVD) * b5t (BlindWrite 5) I appreciate its command line features and find them invaluable but the software is free.
  14. Here is the windows batch command I use in a silent .exe? Basic fuction: Determine if WinXP is running and what drive contains the I386 folder? Makes a folder called C:\Windows\I386 Copies all files from %CDROM%\I386 to C:\Windows\I386 Changes registry to new location CDFiles2Disk.cmd @ECHO OFF cmdow @ /HID TITLE=CDSource2Drive if %OS%==Windows_NT goto START goto END :START set SOURCE= for %%d 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 %%d:\I386 set SOURCE=%%d:\ if "%SOURCE%"=="" goto ERROR if NOT EXIST "C:\WINDOWS\I386" (mkdir "C:\WINDOWS\I386") ELSE (goto END) xcopy "%SOURCE%\I386\*" "C:\WINDOWS\I386" /D /E /V /C /I /H /R /K /Y SET KEY="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup" REG ADD %KEY% /v Installation Sources /t REG_MULTI_SZ /d C:\\WINDOWS\\I386 /f REG ADD %KEY% /v SourcePath /t REG_SZ /d C:\\WINDOWS\\I386\\ /f REG ADD %KEY% /v ServicePackSourcePath /t REG_SZ /d C:\\WINDOWS\\I386\\ /f REG ADD %KEY% /v CDInstall /t REG_DWORD /d 00000001 /f goto END :ERROR echo Was unable to locate the Windows CD files? > "%TMP%\message" echo. >> "%TMP%\message" echo (Make Sure The Windowz CD Is Inserted Into The Drive?) >> "%TMP%\message" type "%TMP%\message" | msg %username% /TIME:25 /W if EXIST "%TMP%\message" del /F /Q "%TMP%\message" :END EXIT
  15. Thanks all for the help! Here was the batch script I used to make a silent install for Windowz XPSP2 and IsoBuster 1.7 Here are the steps 1.) Rename ISOBuster Setup.exe to isobuster.exe 2.) Make these 2 files---setup.cmd and register.vbs and place the info below into the corisponding code into each. Place these files into the same directory as the ISOBuster Setup file. setup.cmd @ECHO OFF cmdow @ /HID :: Disable the "connect to check for Upgraded dialog" after registration is finished REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\IsoBuster" /v VersionCheckCriteria /t REG_DWORD /d 00000000 /f :: Running install "isobuster.exe" /VERYSILENT /SP- taskkill /F /IM isobuster.exe WScript "register.vbs" :: Register other users upon their log on ECHO Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 > "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" ECHO. >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" ECHO [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Smart Projects] >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" ECHO. >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" ECHO [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Smart Projects\IsoBuster] >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" ECHO "VersionCheckCriteria"=dword:00000000 >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%i in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') do echo "ID"="%%i" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%j in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID1 ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') DO ECHO "ID1"="%%j" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%k in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID2 ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') DO ECHO "ID2"="%%k" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%l in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID3 ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') DO ECHO "ID3"="%%l" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%m in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID4 ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') DO ECHO "ID4"="%%m" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%n in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID5 ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') DO ECHO "ID5"="%%n" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" FOR /F "TOKENS=3" %%o in ('REG QUERY "HKCU\Software\Smart Projects\Isobuster" /v ID6 ^| FINDSTR "REG_SZ"') DO ECHO "ID6"="%%o" >> "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" REG ADD "HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce" /V 1 /D "REGEDIT /S %PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.reg" /f :: Addition of file associations SET KEY="HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts" SET KEY2="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes" REG ADD %KEY2%\.iso /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.iso /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.iso\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.iso\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.bin /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.bin /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.bin\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.bin\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.cif /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cif /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cif\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cif\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.vcd /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.vcd /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.vcd\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.vcd\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.vc4 /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.vc4 /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.vc4\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.vc4\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.fcd /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.fcd /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.fcd\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.fcd\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.gcd /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.gcd /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.gcd\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.gcd\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.img /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.img /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.img\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.img\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.dmg /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.dmg /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.dmg\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.dmg\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.c2d /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.c2d /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.c2d\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.c2d\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.cdi /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cdi /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cdi\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cdi\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.dao /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.dao /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.dao\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.dao\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.tao /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.tao /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.tao\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.tao\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.ccd /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.ccd /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.ccd\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.ccd\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.cue /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cue /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cue\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cue\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.bwt /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.bwt /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.bwt\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.bwt\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.cdi /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cdi /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cdi\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cdi\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.b5t /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.b5t /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.b5t\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.b5t\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.b5i /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.b5i /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.b5i\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.b5i\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.mds /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.mds /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.mds\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.mds\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.mdf /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.mdf /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.mdf\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.mdf\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.nrg /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.nrg /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.nrg\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.nrg\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.pdi /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.pdi /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.pdi\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.pdi\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.pxi /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.pxi /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.pxi\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.pxi\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.P01 /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.P01 /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.P01\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.P01\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.gi /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.gi /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.gi\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.gi\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f REG ADD %KEY2%\.cd /ve /d IsoBuster /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cd /v Application /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cd\OpenWithList /v a /d IsoBuster.exe /f REG ADD %KEY%\.cd\OpenWithList /v MRUList /d a /f :: Cleanup of Order Now link IF EXIST "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\Order Now.lnk" DEL /F /Q "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\Order Now.lnk" IF EXIST "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\Online\Order Now.html" DEL /F /Q "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\Online\Order Now.html" :: Change Shortcuts IF NOT EXIST "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Multimedia Applications" MKDIR "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Multimedia Applications" IF EXIST "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Smart Projects\IsoBuster" MOVE /Y "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Smart Projects\IsoBuster" "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Multimedia Applications\IsoBuster" IF EXIST "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Smart Projects" RMDIR /S /Q "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs\Smart Projects" EXIT register.vbs Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Set FileSysObj = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") ScriptPath = FileSysObj.GetFile(WScript.ScriptFullName).ParentFolder Cmd = Chr(34) & "%PROGRAMFILES%\Smart Projects\IsoBuster\isobuster.exe" & Chr(34) WshShell.Run Cmd WScript.Sleep(1500) WshShell.SendKeys ("billgates@micros***.com_8B8R7V1T5OD0OR518") WScript.Sleep(300) WshShell.SendKeys ("{TAB}") WScript.Sleep(300) WshShell.SendKeys ("E2319E33-5E6CFAAB-0C004D17-6EC3CD86-8035B715-5BEB7D64") WScript.Sleep(300) WshShell.SendKeys ("{TAB}") WScript.Sleep(300) WshShell.SendKeys ("{ENTER}") WScript.Sleep(300) WshShell.SendKeys ("%{F4}") WScript.quit Now just run the START.CMD and wait? Good Luck


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