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biatche

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  1. var updateSession = WScript.CreateObject("Microsoft.Update.Session"); var updateSearcher = updateSession.CreateUpdateSearcher(); updateSearcher.Online = false; // this part must be changed? this is the language pack section. I want to search the entire database that isn't installed and filter by KB###### rather than category. var searchResult = updateSearcher.Search("CategoryIDs Contains 'cd5ffd1e-e932-4e3a-bf74-18bf0b1bbd83' And IsInstalled=0"); for(var i=0; i<searchResult.Updates.Count; i++){ var update = searchResult.Updates.Item(i); WScript.echo("Hiding:" + update.Title); update
  2. bios > boot device (usb) > preload some files > win7 bootsplash > win7 setup gui that part there can take ages sometime. takes longer when there's data on my hdd. seem to take shorter time with mbr is zero'd. i want to stop preloader from scanning or doing whatever that it's doing that takes very long
  3. Past BIOS > Finding boot device > (boots off windows 7 setup device) You find a long bar, saying i think it was windows is loading files?... then comes the bootsplash starting windows before it enters initial windows setup gui screen. So I presume that during the first stage -- before bootsplash, it silently ?scans all files? on all drives and it can take a very long time. I don't need it to do that. Sometimes though unusual, with ??certain files?? on the drives, it'll stall at bootsplash until i erase the entire disk. Very irritating. I don't need it to scan, I know what I want to do w
  4. Not the same for cards made after win7 was released. example nvidia GT2xx. generic drivers are used.
  5. You're saying that nvdrsdb.bi_ contains nvdrsdb but not nvdrsdb.bin and what I should do is "ren nvdrsdb.bi_ nvdrsdb.bin" Judging file sizes nvdrsdb.bi_ = 90kb nvdrsdb = 270kb nvdrsdb.bin = 270kb I think the uncompressed file nvdrsdb == nvdrsdb.bin, just that 7zip unzips that to nvdrsdb instead of nvdrsdb.bin for some weird funny reason that I don't know where the fault is at.
  6. On my current 260.89 system C:\>dir/s nvdrsdb.bin Volume in drive C is system Volume Serial Number is 0258-EF77 Directory of C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Drs 2010-10-08 04:47 PM 268,948 nvdrsdb.bin 1 File(s) 268,948 bytes Directory of C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_disp.inf_amd64_n eutral_caf5ec461cc39f66 2010-10-08 04:47 PM 268,948 nvdrsdb.bin 1 File(s) 268,948 bytes This is 260.99 W:\win7\drivers.pre\install\graphics_nvidia\output>dir *.bin Volume in drive W is workhome Volume Serial
  7. Precisely. The ATI drivers that I integrated are not being used but rather the ones Microsoft gave. Good idea though, I might considering tampering WinSAT scores. That's my only beef with integrating drivers. I hate not having Aero although Aero is definitely capable in my system and then needing to change the theme after everything's done. Will test this out. Good feedback. Much obliged.
  8. Will need to do more testing, but as for now, the ATI driver is integrated but isn't used.. and I need 10.02 because latter versions don't support old cards. setup.exe -install works for now and I shouldn't really care. What I don't like to see is Aero not being utilized. This happens with my new nvidia cards often.. since I use purchase nvidia cards way more than ati. btw, i have been using forceunsigned, which still integrates signed drivers as well as unsigned this time.
  9. Alright, because of all those problems.. i started logging a lot of things.. I found some potential problems... let me know what you think. 2010-12-30 02:45:16, Info DISM PID=4504 Scratch directory set to 'C:\Users\admin\AppData\Local\Temp\'. - CDISMManager::put_ScratchDir 2010-12-30 02:45:16, Info DISM PID=4504 Successfully loaded the ImageSession at "C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86\Servicing" - CDISMManager::LoadImageSession 2010-12-30 02:45:16, Info DISM DISM Provider Store: PID=4504 Found and Initialized the DISM Logger. - CD
  10. That explains it. Makes me wonder why this happens though. This is official 260.99 drivers. Care to explain why bi_ becomes nothing? heh. BTW there's something really irritating me.. I've been using "%~dp0setup\setup.exe" /s /noreboot /noeula all these while to install the drivers... setup.exe is what you extract from the 260.99 official setup file. My control panel NEVER works. Doesn't even work if I install it MANUALLY. Control panels works ONLY if i press "perform clean install"... which means i need to manually install it. Any idea? Wrote this script to extract it: echo. echo === Extracti
  11. sorry, uploaded now. thanks rick... as usual.. always there for the community since ryanvm.
  12. I think I did everything you've mentioned, but help me double check this: This is a crappy script I use to extract everything one shot and have the files i need in output dir @echo off set zip="%ProgramW6432%\7-Zip\7z.exe" rem -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- echo. echo === Cleaning up directories rd /s /q "%~dp0tmp\" >%~dp0update.log mkdir "%~dp0tmp\" >>%~dp0update.log rd /s /q "%~dp0output\" >>%~dp0update.log mkdir "%~dp0output\" >>%~dp0update.log rem --------------------------------------------------------------------
  13. attached. I cannot comprehend anything in this huge file.... you fellas must be geniuses to understand this. setupapi.offline.zip
  14. Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Image Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Searching for driver packages to install... Found 49 driver package(s) to install. Installing 1 of 49 - W:\win7\drivers.pre\boot\mobo_amd\10.12\amd_sata.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 2 of 49 - W:\win7\drivers.pre\boot\mobo_amd\10.12\AtiPcie.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 3 of 49 - W:\win7\drivers.pre\boot\mobo_amd\10.12\USBFilter.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 4 of 49 - W:\win7\drivers.pre\boot\mo
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