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Command and Conquer: Generals


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Hi. How can I silently install C&C: Generals? I think my main problem here is that I need to know how to specify a serial number.

I also want to silently install Battlefield 2, which I assume is much the same procedure as they are made by the same company.

Any ideas?

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first of all you need to know what kind of installer are they using (most games use Windows Installer). If this is the case, you can make an MST file to specify serial number and other setup options.

Search for a program called Wise Install Tailor, its free and makes MST files. Point it to the .msi file wich install those games and see if it can generate a MST file. If you are able to make it, use it like this:

setup.msi TRANSFORMS=yourmstfile.mst /qb /norestart

hope this helps.

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first of all you need to know what kind of installer are they using (most games use Windows Installer). If this is the case, you can make an MST file to specify serial number and other setup options.

Search for a program called Wise Install Tailor, its free and makes MST files. Point it to the .msi file wich install those games and see if it can generate a MST file. If you are able to make it, use it like this:

setup.msi TRANSFORMS=yourmstfile.mst /qb /norestart

hope this helps.

I have Wise Install Tailor. My problem is, the game has a setup.exe which I assume then launches the MSI file. If I try to run the MSI directly, it says that I have to use setup.exe. When I use WIT, it just goes nowhere, I assume because of this problem.

BF2 Just has setup.exe. It's made by Macrovision, the same company that makes AdminStudio. I have Adminstudio, so how can I make this install silently?

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