kal

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  • Birthday 08/19/1984

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  1. Hi there, I just want to know something that is not precised on the first post. When using RogueSpear .NET Framework 2.0 silent installer, it runs "Assemblies optimizer" at the end of installation. If I make my own addon using this maker, will it run optimizer too? TIA and cheers, Kal
  2. They are updated by the installer. If you extract the executable you can find both desired files. HTH, Tomalak No they are not, look again. And I'm looking for these two files two, I can only get 381 version. EDIT: Ok, found them : http://download.windowsupdate.com/v8/micro...her/mucltui.cab http://download.windowsupdate.com/v8/micro.../mucltui_fr.cab
  3. Quick Launch bar during Windows Setup v0.2.0 While I was creating my Update Pack, I thought it would be really usefull to get easy access to some utilites like cmd.exe, regedit.exe, taskmgr.exe, a file explorer, Firefox, cpu-z... So I decided to create my own Quick Launch bar to suit my needs. As it's a little tricky to set up, this program comes like an addon. You just have to integrate it to your source with RVMi 1.5+. Contents: All components contained into the listbox are optional : so after integrating this addon, if you need to save space, you can remove its in OEM\QuickLch\Apps. LixBox shows only what is present in this directory. If it finds nothing, listbox will be hidden. By the way, don't remove Firefox neither A43 as they are avalaible through buttons. Avalaible translations : English, French, Chinese. (Feel free to ask a translation) DriverPacks Users: Be sure to integrate this AddOn before adding any DriverPacks. After you have integrated DriverPacks, modify the file "i386\presetup.cmd" to add this line at the very end, just before "exit" instruction : ChangeLog: Quick Launch Delphi Source v0.2.0 MD5: C0D15363D77BB931AC4390A708B1BE31 Size: 37KB Quick Launch English AddOn v0.2.0 MD5: 9A2D67E3817685806924C1B1189A867F Size: 12.1MB Quick Launch French AddOn v0.2.0 MD5: FA18BD79589B20337CB8188B4F5347AB Size: 12.2MB Quick Launch Chinese AddOn v0.2.0 : coming (waiting for trad) MD5: Size: Licence: GPL Greets: yumeyao : chinese traduction Cheers, Kal
  4. Hello, I would like to know if it's possible to slipstream Office 2007 to install.wim, so no installation will be needed for this one during my unattended installation. I heard about taking a snapshot of install.wim after installation, but is it really safe? I mean, it would contain all C: variable, so if later I want to install Vista on D:, it will be a total mess. Cheers, Kal
  5. Thanks a lot to Shark007 for release French & Japanese versions! download URL's are in the 1st post EDITTED by Shark007
  6. Hi Shark, I can get you a mirro for french version if you need. I have a ftp server too Kal
  7. Thanks a lot for your work Shark, it's highly appreciated! Cheers, Kal
  8. Hi there! You made a nice job, congrats! I would like to know if there's any hotfixes I should include for .NET 2.0SP1/3.0SP1/3.5 ? Because in your fist post, you just talk about hotfixes for .NET 1.1 SP1. Cheers, Kal EDIT: Which .NET 1.1 SP1 version should I use? I can get an english and french versions on MS download center, and it seems that SNM handles correctly french redistributable package. But I prefer to be sure...
  9. Nice Thank you for your work! Kal
  10. Ok, I'll do it. It seems i've noticed, this time, a real bug in USB_MultiBoot2. Indeed, i've noticed that some files were not copied in $WIN_NT$.~LS\I386 : ren_fold.cmd, undoren.cmd and rdummy.sys. So why these files are missing ? These files are copied in the command line : xcopy %usb_temp%\$WIN_NT$.~LS\*.* %usbdrive%\$WIN_NT$.~LS\ /i /k /e /y /h | tee.bat -a usb_prep.log So I've checked the output to see what was going on... usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\acpi.msi usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\cmdlines.txt usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\cmdow.exe usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\RunWPI.cmd usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\SPTD.exe usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\tweaks.cmd usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\$$\system32\cmdow.exe usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\I386\binifix4.cmd usb_xpbt\$WIN_NT$.~LS\I386\presetup.cmd Access denied Humm, it failed on presetup.cmd which belongs to BTS DriverPacks. So all remainings files, which in my case are ren_fold.cmd/undoren.cmd/rdummy.sys, were not copied. I check the attributes of presetup.cmd file in $WIN_NT$.~LS\I386 and it's read only. Adding "/r" switch to the command line solved the problem : xcopy %usb_temp%\$WIN_NT$.~LS\*.* %usbdrive%\$WIN_NT$.~LS\ /i /k /e /y /h /r | tee.bat -a usb_prep.log Kal
  11. Thanks a lot for your answer ilko_t. I'm gonna use cmdlines.txt to copy the files i need, instead of $OEM$ folder. Indead, if we add just a line in [unattended], then it tried to auto partition, even if AutoPartition=0 is defined. Maybe a bug from installer... Not important, I will skip [unattended] section and use a batch file in cmdlines.txt to copy what I need. About the 0X0000006B message, all files are correct. No problem, I'll continue to do the ISO before. Kal
  12. I've tested with [unattended] section, but it shows an error screen saying that destination disk doesn't have enough space avalaible, just before to choose partition. But, I can continue to choose the right partition and then it works, files in $OEM\$1 and $OEM\$$ are copied. Here is [DATA] and [unattended] section : [Data] AutomaticUpdates="No" Autopartition=0 UnattendedInstall="Yes" MsDosInitiated="1" floppyless="1" UseSignatures="no" EulaComplete="1" winntupgrade="no" win9xupgrade="no" unattendswitch=yes [Unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended UnattendSwitch="Yes" FileSystem=* WaitForReboot="No" NoWaitAfterTextMode=1 NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1 DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore Hibernation="No" OemPreinstall=Yes If I removethe unattended section, i don't have the error screen anymore, but files are not copied. It's simply because OemPreinstall=Yes is not defined, I guess. Are you experiencing the same problem? Kal
  13. Allthough the [unattended] Section is removed, we can do still an Unattended Install. In the [Data] Section we have unattendswitch=yes For Unattended Install you only have to fill in your Product key in the winnt.sif file of USB_MultiBoot2 folder. $OEM$\CMDLINES.TXT is used for making UserAccounts and Install of Registry Tweaks at T-12 I think $OEM$ Folder has nothing to do with your present problem. Check in the [Data] section the value of MsDosInitiated="1" , must be 1 for Install from USB. It should be 1 for Install from Harddisk, a value of 0 is used for Install from CD. Did you use the winnt.sif file provide with USB_MultiBoot2.zip ? wimb Iused my winnt.sif, and adapted DATA section with the one from USB_MultiBoot2.zip. The install is still unattende, it's juste that files inside $OEM$\$1 and $OEM$\$$ are not copied to hard disk drive, simply because OemPreinstall is not set to yes. MsDosInitiated is set to 1 of course, I didn't modify it. I'm gonna try to use Unattended section in WINNT.SIF to see if it's possible. Kal
  14. It seems that files inside $OEM$ folder are not copied to hard drive during installation, is it an issue ? I think it's normal because we can't use [unattended] section in WINNT.SIF and so the OemPreinstall variable is not set to 'Yes'. Am i right?