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  1. Having the same problem Going by GrofLuigi's post, I am missing "network location awareness" from services altogether. No services were removed on this setup, nor was the service enable/disable tab used. All the other services listed by GrofLuigi are running and still nothing
  2. I have 12 different 7zip sfx's I use in my unattended. It works for all of them eg: start "" /wait %systemdrive%\CDWrite.exe -y /q /r:n
  3. -y /q /r:n will extract a 7zip self extractor
  4. I believe you set it up how you want it and then export this key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\PowerCfg\PowerPolicies\0] EG: ;Set Power Configuration [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\PowerCfg] "CurrentPowerPolicy"="0" [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\PowerCfg\PowerPolicies\0] "Policies"=hex:01,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,01,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,02,00,00,00,00,\ 00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,2c,01,00,00,32,32,00,03,04,00,00,00,04,00,\ 00,00,01,00,00,00,14,f2,06,00,30,2a,00,00,2c,01,00,00,00,00,00,00,58,02,00,\ 00,00,00,64,64,64,64,95,71
  5. If it's setupmgr.exe, it's in deploy.cab on your windows cd
  6. I tried this with the same result. When i use 'winnt' unter DOS, the 2nd folder is created. No explanation to this behavior... If you are using the /unattend:c:\unattend.txt switch, cut your unattend.txt down to just the basics needed in it for now. I have a fairly large unattend and it didn't like it Nice Post, gosh I have no checking to base this on but I do believe that this method cuts a couple of mb more than just manually deleteing the files, at least the finished iso from this and my other clean ISO are different in size but I can't be sure I didn't add something to the previous one or do something different (theres been so many)
  7. I don't use NTFS and I get them, but it seems the difference is "I can delete them"
  8. Not got 4gig to test with, but I would say it would be automatic like the multiprocessor one is in our case (hyperthreaded anyway)
  9. On your original windows cd in the directory "SUPPORT\TOOLS" find the file DEPLOY.CAB in it you will find a tool (setupmgr.exe) for building custom unattend.txts, use this tool to build a basic one which includes your language settings. then either rename the output to WINNT.SIF or incorporate the output into your WINNT
  10. Therre are actually 4 versions of the kernel ntoskrnl.exe Uniprocessor x86 architecture systems with 4 GB of physical memory or less. ntkrnlpa.exe Uniprocessor x86 architecture systems with PAE support. ntkrnlmp.exe Multiprocessor x86 architecture systems with 4 GB of physical memory or less. ntkrpamp.exe Multiprocessor x86 architecture systems with PAE support.
  11. Run an update (without switches) manually, now leave the window open without pressing next and somewhere on your system you should have one of these folders. I can do this and on pressing cancel the folder disappears. but not so on my install cd the folders do not delete. It's not a big deal for me, as I can delete it manually after but I can see where neophyte would be frustrated, not being able to delete these folders. Neophyte, do you disable sfc? perhaps try this, disabling it to delete them and if sfc is a feature you use, reenable it afterwards. Still not a fix though
  12. Hmmm no help here but I get the same folders. Mine occur on E: drive and they delete easily (but still have to do it manually).
  13. My apologies, I thought this is what a forum was for.
  14. @thanatos I used chaninja blue because it fitted and didn't use a shellstyle.dll, which meant no editing of the msstyle (to point to metallic or homestead, etc), that meant only 2 files to replace, LUNA.MS_ & LUNA.TH_. But the theme I used in side of LUNA.TH_ was edited to include the extra's I mentioned above.


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