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PerfectSwanson

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  1. Hey cybpsych, I also have SoundMax, I've spent a couple days trying to find a driver that will actually output sound. This guy says he did it, but he has to be a liar. I tried the driver and it's bull, every version of the driver says "smwd.sys" or something like that is missing. I even found a sys file that's really similar, but it just doesn't work. Don't stress yourself out, there are actually a lot of people with sound problems in win7. I'm switching back to Vista, because Windows 7 makes me feel like I'm deaf.
  2. TweakUI.msi will not show up in C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Installations\, but most of the other powertoys will. Personally, I did the same thing with TweakUI, myself, put it on the Control Pannel, and register it, so I can do Start -> Run -> tweakui and it is run.
  3. Personally, I think it is a lot easier to use WMP 10 by re-enabling the DVD Features. Just paste the code below into a notepad window and save it as *.reg. Just double click it to install it or use: "REGEDIT.EXE /S Reg.reg" to install in code. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ; Enable DVD Features in Media Player [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Player\Settings] "EnableDVDUI"="yes" This thread is also very useful: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=1101
  4. I found a few of the Powertoys' MSI files in this directory: C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Installations To install the MSI files silently, I suggest using "Powertoy.msi /?" to find all the switches. For an installation involving no UI and no user interaction, use: Calculator Powertoy for Windows XP.msi /quiet /qn /norestart
  5. Is it possible to install Visual Studios via Silent install?
  6. I'm not an id***, thank you very much, Mr. DonDamm the Windows XP setup guru. From what I understand, there is more than one way to run the Office 2003 Unatended.MST file. The guide clearly states that you run the MST file from a batch file. It wasn't very clear on where to execute Office setup, or WHEN to, either. I was just wondering if there is a better way than the RunOnce CMD file, but I guess not, I've already started writing the RunOnce file for all of my apps, but thank you.
  7. What is the best way to run Office 2003 Unattended setup during Windows XP Pro installation? I tried running the command from CMDLINES.TXT, but It didn't install. I need an experienced user's opinion on what is the best way to run commands at the end of XP setup.
  8. What is the best way to run Office 2003 Unattended setup during Windows XP Pro installation? I tried running the command from CMDLINES.TXT, but It didn't install. I need an experienced user's opinion on what is the best way to run commands at the end of XP setup.
  9. I'm just wondering how to make a CMD file. Do you just make it in Notepad, and then save as *.cmd? Also, is there a way to test out the CMDLINES.TXT file, to see if it works?
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