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About Daedlus

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    Windows 10 x64
  1. Amazing product, thank you. One quick question, I don't think it was answered here, but is there a way VIA command line to change the amount of time on the timer before the restart? Not a huge issue, but 30 seconds seems like a long time. Thanks again!
  2. This worked for me. http://www.msfn.org/board/unattended-wirel...pid-895875.html
  3. I am having this issue too. Did you ever find out the resolution?
  4. When in my computer, the computers in your network are listed at the bottom left under network, just click on the computer and you can access the shares. If that wasnt nice enough, you can right click on the computer and remote desktop to it. Very cool.
  5. Please help, this is the first set of drivers that I cannot get to load and I cannot figure out why. I am trying to install my video card drivers (Nvidia 9600 GT OC) unattended. I downloaded the drivers off the windows update catalog. I have inserted them via Vlite and have them to install in my autounattended.xml Device Manager just says its a "Standard VGA Graphics Adapter" I can load the drivers manually in windows fine. Here is my Autounattend.xml: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend"> <settings pass="windowsPE">
  6. Hi all, I am really stumped on this one. I have a working 3 com 3c2000-t NIC that I installed into a Compaq Evo D500 system, but I cannot get the card to work. Here is the details. System Specs: -P4 1.7GHz -768MB Ram -250GB 7200rpm HDD -NVIDIA Vanta 16-MB 4X AGP video card -Adaptec 29320 ultra 320 SCSI card with 2 75gb drives -USB 2.0 card -Running Windows Vista Business -Installed card, no link lights, so I reset the BIOS settings to defaults - No change -Installed card in another system(Also running Vista Business), link lights lit up - works good -Flashed the Bios to the newest version - N
  7. I upgraded my video card drivers and it made me reactivate... which of course I couldnt do over the internet or the automated phone option... I actually had to get an agent to help me... he said this is normal, because its a major upgrade... yeah whatever.
  8. I recently installed 4GB of memory into my system, and in the bios, it recognizes that there is 4096MB installed, however it says that only 3328MB is usable. System Specs are: AMD Athlon x2 64 4600 Asus M32R-MVP 2 Seagate 150GB SATA drives in Raid 0 4GB Kingston pc 4200 in dual channel ATI x1600 SB Live Pioneer DVR-111D Enermax 420 watt Power Supply Not that it matters, but I am running Windows Vista Business edition. I have attached a screen shot from the BIOS. Any Ideas why there is a 700MB gap? *edit - I have the current Bios update and the motherboard supports up to 8GB
  9. I must say... this is the best thing tool i have run into... I can cut all the garbage out of the package that the manufacturers give me and end up with just the drivers... I have not come across any driver that this does not work with.
  10. any updates on this? I am still searching for the solution, but have come up empty handed...
  11. HI there, I have experienced this. It was caused due to a bad NIC driver supplied with Vista. I installed a driver from Asus and all is ok now... I am using an onboard NIC on a Asus M2R32-MVP if that helps
  12. If you want to automatically add and rename a network drive do the following: Open Up notepad, then copy and paste the following: Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") If objFSO.DriveExists("T:\") Then set renameShell = createObject("shell.application") mappedDrive = "T:\" renameShell.nameSpace(mappedDrive).self.name = "DriveName" End If Make chages to reflect your drive letter and drive name Save it as Rename.vbs What this script does is checks to see if the T drive exists. If it does it renames it to DriveName. If it doesn't exist then it does nothing. Open Up notepa
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