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Yes, you can also use remove commands at the end of your last batch file to automate this. But for some reason Drivers refuses to be removed, until next reboot that is. Nothing big anyway. :)

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hmmm...

All the screensavers did not get removed for some reason.

1. I copied and pasted the code in the main_batch cmd but they are still there.

2. and my uxtheme.dll was not pacthed either.

3. I have a SVCPACK.DL_, svcpack.inf and svcpack.IN_ in the i386 dir.

IN the guide it is not mentioned anywhere the DL_ one. Do I have to remove it?

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Yes, you can also use remove commands at the end of your last batch file to automate this. But for some reason Drivers refuses to be removed, until next reboot that is. Nothing big anyway. :)

place the comamnd twice for the drivers to be deleted

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When your cd is done installing, i recommend adding a registry key to the RunOnce registry key. Have runonce run a batch file after you restart that deletes all your old folders.

-gosh

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if you'd check drivers folder properties you would notice it gets the hidden and system file attributes(probably by setup program) so what i did was to add the following command before using the rd command

ATTRIB -S -H -R "%systemroot%\drivers" /S /D

RD "%systemroot%\drivers\" /S /Q

no double delete no batch files in runonce no other "auxiliaries"

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