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dahvaio

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  1. I have done some more testing and on a disc that I burned with Disc At Once, worked flawlessy, then had some errors, worked flawlessly, and it still has worked... I also burn at 4X just to make sure, but that is an odd error. For me, the CD's I burned faster 52X had a greater rate of the error message. It was always a different file... I am not sure what else you can do, except burn slower... because I cannot always replicate the issue. It has to do with the Laser, CD-R, or HD.... it is one of those variables that is causing it... You could try different CD-R's...
  2. Forgive me if this has been answered but I performed various searches and it found tons of pages of information. If you know the correct search sequence to find the relevant information, it would be very helpful.... Currently, I have an unattended image that is working great. I set it up with Registry Tweaks, RyansVM Packs and the DriversPacks installed. I have it installed on a computer and now I want to make an image of the system using Sysprep because for me, it is much faster to drop an image on a computer and setup that way. However, I have one questions regarding the correct way of going about this: 1: Will I need to re-create the OemPnPDriversPath = and all of the drivers again for the sysprep.inf file again? Thanks, David
  3. This would not be too bad if it worked with mapping network IP printers. Currently, I use a VBS script to map IP Printers.... I guess the Tool would be useful if all of the systems that were being setup were Static IP's....
  4. I tried the above but it did not work for me...I wish it would have worked... I will have to go back to the drawing board.
  5. You need to burn the CD with the "DISC AT ONCE" and not "TRACK AT ONCE". I don't know why the install does this but it does..
  6. I am experiencing the same issue... Here is what is in my WINNT.SIF: [Data] AutoPartition=1 MsDosInitiated="0" UnattendedInstall="Yes" FileSystem=ConvertNTFS Repartition=Yes Thanks, David
  7. I am using Windows XP2, Nlite and then The Driver Packs. I keep getting the message "Setup could not Determine the type of computer you have or you have manually chosen to configure the type of computer you have...." I chose "AUTOMATIC" during the NLITE session. Should I have chosen someother option? Any help would be awesome....

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