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Registering components setup stage

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I would like to kindly ask how registering components XP setup stage is exactly controlled. I am having strange situation where something during this setup stage is changing my customized registry setting (I have checked that during Start Menu setup registry is set as I would like it to be and @T-13 it is not...).

I would like to try to find what is changing what during this stage and if I can do something about it.

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I would like to kindly ask how registering components XP setup stage is exactly controlled. I am having strange situation where something during this setup stage is changing my customized registry setting (I have checked that during Start Menu setup registry is set as I would like it to be and @T-13 it is not...).

I would like to try to find what is changing what during this stage and if I can do something about it.

i usualy add a cmdlines.txt in a $oem$ folder saying

[Commands]

"REGEDIT /S Tweak.reg"
place my Tweak.reg file in there, then add the 5 folders as below
$Docs
inside another
All Users
inside another
Start Menu
another folder
Programs
and another
Startup
then add a start.bat saying
cmdow @ /hid
FOR %%I IN (D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z)
REGEDIT /S %CDROM%\$OEM$\Tweak.reg
Edited by darky35

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