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ImgBurn_2.1.0.0.exe /S works just fine for me in ROE. No messages.

As for burning the ISO with non-Eng characters, that might be a useful workaround. nLite supports unicode when creating the ISO. But I meant burning directly from files. The two processes aren't the same.

LUK said ImgBurn does not support unicode.

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@ mgadallah

Both files are here:

$OEM$\CDLMROEX\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe (downloaded EXE renamed)


You don't have to use this JS file unless you get those messages. Otherwise, just use /S.

var WshShell = WScript.CreateObject ("WScript.Shell");

var path = WScript.ScriptFullName;//getting the path to this script

var CDROM = path.substring(0,2);//extracting DriveLetter: from the path

WshShell.RUN (CDROM + "\\$OEM$\\CDLMROEX\\ImgBurn\\ImgBurn.exe /S");//running exe

WScript.Sleep(2000);//time to unpack installer.

WshShell.AppActivate("ImgBurn");//name of running Window


WshShell.SendKeys ("i");//set answer to ignore (first message)


WshShell.AppActivate("ImgBurn");//name of running Window (not the full name)

WshShell.SendKeys ("Y");//set answer to yes (second message)

I managed to uninstall then re-install ImgBurn in the hope of capturing the two messages.

Unfortunately, I got the first message only. (now, eh!)


If I remember correctly, the second message is about "Do you want to keep your current settings? Yes/No".

Well, BTW, I use these tweaks in my CleanUp.cmd:

del "%UserProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\ImgBurn.lnk" >NUL

move "%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\ImgBurn" "%AllUsersProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\ImgBurn" >NUL

@ Takeshi

I have CDIMAGE and CDBURN already in my System32 (via $OEM$).

I think this is why ImgBurn thinks it's already installed! I'm just guessing.

Ah, then I was just lucky with nLite!

Thank you for the info about unicode names. I should take care of this.

@ bledd

Thank you for the tip. (haven't read it before posting!)

Have you just renamed "C:\Program Files\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe" to img.exe and moved it to System32?

If so, don't I need any more files from installation?

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