MSFN is made available via donations, subscriptions and advertising revenue. The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. Please disable ad-blocking software or set an exception for MSFN. Alternatively, register and become a site sponsor/subscriber and ads will be disabled automatically.
Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'silent'.
Found 2 results
ZileXa posted a topic in Unattended Windows 10 InstallationSince there is no Win10 unattended subforum I am placing this here: How to set the default program by a command (CMD) or Powershell or registery modification? I have searched a lot and only found a way to associate files to specific programs, but that will only add them to the context menu list (Open With...>): @echo onassoc .mkv=MPC-BE.AssocFile.MKVftype MPC-BE.AssocFile.MKV=c:\Program Files\MPC-BE x64\mpc-be64.exe "%1"pauseThe command assoc creates the file type in the registry, the command ftype associates the program. In this example, "MPC-BE" is just a name that I use, you can also use "MPCHC or MPC or whatever, just as long as it matches the same you use in ftype command. But HOW can we set default program? I am particularly intested in: PDF, video files, image editor (Paint.net), 7z/zip. Paint.net silent install arguments do work, but the ones that set the file type associations do not work in Windows 10. (again, only added to the context menu "Open With..." not the context menu "edit". In win7 it worked flawlessly).
Hello I was wondering about apps that install a chain of silent sfx's. I used one once before but have forgotten the name. I dont really want to run a script or batch because I like the look of an actual dialog window running over a cmd one. I do have setup factory and I may have used this app to do it on xp - vista but its been a long time and I really cant remember if it was that or another app. To clarify a stand alone app that would install similar to WinToolkit's intergration except that by using another program I can change/add/remove/update apps much easier than rebuilding the ISO and putting it back on the USB key