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galiandin

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  1. Free ISO editor/creator

    You can use CDImage Pro. It's a program thought for MS internal use only, but you can download it for free. It has a lot of command line options and you can run it through a batchfile. I think it's very nice program, especially because I like the command line. When you download it, there a boot sector for XP and a batchfile included, so it's very easy to use.
  2. "Media Players"

    I use Bsplayer and really like it,. It's very intuitive to use, with both keyboard and mouse.
  3. Joining a Domain

    How do you automatically join a domain in unattended setup?
  4. My application switches

    I think for DVDshrink the following should work: dvdshrink.exe /SP /VERYSILENT /NOREBOOT
  5. Registry Tweaks

    Hi there, 1) a) In your winnt.sif you've got to have the following entries: [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemPreinstall=Yes b) Put your regfile in your $OEM$ folder, e.g. regtweaks.reg, and then you must add to the cmdlines.txt the line(if not existing just create it and set [commands] as first line): "REGEDIT /S regtweaks.reg" c) Now your tweaks are integrated in the default user account, before any other account exists, so they are also integrated in every new created account. 2) HKEY_CURRENT_USER is the part of registry with information of the current logged on user, while HKEY_USERS is the part, where every user-specific registry-setting is stored, e.g. HKEY_USERS\.Default for the default user. So HKEY_CURRENT_USER user is also contained in HKEY_USERS
  6. Changing default browser

    BTW you can use the command mentioned above for both firefox and mozilla as default browser by using the command mentioned in one of the registrytweaks: "%PROGRAMFILES%\Mozilla\mozilla.exe -silent -nosplash -setDefaultBrowser" respectively "%PROGRAMFILES%\Mozilla\firefox.exe -silent -nosplash -setDefaultBrowser" using additional the -setDefaultMail should set Mozilla as default mailer
  7. If you are installing the new system, you've got to create a new partition and install xp on it. Otherwise the system assigns the drive letters in their order on the hd. So, if you want to replace another installation, delete the partition of the old system, create a new one and install the system on it. Then the systemdriveletter should be c:. On an existing installation, I don't know, how do change the letter for the systemdrive, already searched a long time for a solution of the problem.
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