idioteque

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About idioteque

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  1. so whats the count on 0.7 install size and files with everything removed ?
  2. \winxp \program files \ documents and settings those combined are 285 Mb with some custom removals
  3. well how lite. the iso is 115 Mb and after installing XP the three folders total 250 MB. So documents and Settings, Program Files and windows No programs are installed and there is al lot of junk removed. I have internet and run all major software, like photoshop and avid liquid, macromedias dreamweaver and ofcourse firefox
  4. How about a nice set of batch files to get that 160Mb install
  5. [OemInfFiles] OemDriverFlags=1 OemDriverPathName=%SystemRoot%\OemDir OemInfName="YOUR INF FROM TEXTMODE 1.INF","OUR INF FROM TEXTMODE 2.INF","OUR INF FROM TEXTMODE 3.INF" [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=No [Data] AutoPartition=1 MsDosInitiated=0 UnattendedInstall=Yes OemDrivers=OemInfFiles did you add your textmode dirvers ? and no havent tried it, waiting for some HD's to arrive
  6. [OemInfFiles] OemDriverFlags=1 OemDriverPathName=%SystemRoot%\OemDir OemInfName="fasttx2k.INF","UlSata.inf","viapide.inf" [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=No [Data] AutoPartition=1 MsDosInitiated=0 UnattendedInstall=Yes OemDrivers=OemInfFiles put her all your files : $OEM$\$$\Oemdir should work now
  7. anyone know how to add multiple OEM inf's ? [OemInfFiles] OemDriverFlags = 1 OemDriverPathName = "%SystemRoot%\OemDir" OemInfName = "fasttx2k.INF" OemInfName = "UlSata.inf" OemInfName = "viapide.inf" ?
  8. Thats not bad at all, with 2K3 you allways gonna end up with some 35-50mb more than XP with same settings in Nlite..(at least in .998b5). I'm working on unregistering all those serverrelated components pre/postinstall...my guess is it will land on just a few megs more. But that is if you just wanna get the "workstationperformance" out of it ofcourse... <{POST_SNAPBACK}> how do you remove so much without killing compatibility ? Do you have some batch files U would like to share with us