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About RUNDLL32.EXE SETUPAPI.DLL,InstallHinfSection

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RUNDLL32.EXE SETUPAPI.DLL,InstallHinfSection ACPIAPIC_UP_HAL 128 C:\WINNT\INF\HAL.INF

I use 128, But system prompted with a "Reboot the computer, Yes/No" dialog box

why??????????

I want it silence...no reboot...

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[url="http://www.dx21.com/SCRIPTING/RUNDLL32/INF.ASP"]http://www.dx21.com/SCRIPTING/RUNDLL32/INF.ASP[/url]

0 Either System provided INF Or Never reboot the computer
128 Set the default path of the installation to the location of the INF. This is the typical setting.
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1 Reboot the computer in all cases.
2 Always ask the users if they want to reboot.
3 Reboot the computer if necessary without asking user for permission.
4 (132) If a reboot of the computer is necessary, ask the user for permission before rebooting.

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The way I got around this is to make a copy of the HAL.inf (HALMP.inf) and remove the reboot commands. The problem is that inf is unsigned. At the time of install I have my driver signing policy set to Ignore. I have used this method for over a year with several XPSP2 builds without issue.

Regards

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