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  1. hi, does anyone know how to do the same for mce?
  2. I believe that what you're calling 'Install.cmd' should be 'RunOnceEx.cmd'?
  3. I'm using a rather simpler oemscan.ini. What, if any, is the advantage of including the optional 'RANGE' parameter in each entry?
  4. Do you have everything in the same folder? For nlite to copy your extra files, they need to be in the same directory as the original source.
  5. You can skip SP2 altogether, service packs are cumalative ie. SP3 includes everything that was in SP2
  6. According to this page - http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=366 - you have SP2b Educational version? I'd never heard of SP2b but, apparently, these versions don't work with the integrate switch, so that may be the issue. http://www.msfn.org/board/Windows-XP-SP2b-t79284.html
  7. I've never come across those pid's in the techguide link and find this page to be more useful, http://wiki.lunarsoft.net/wiki/Product_IDs I agree with Lilla, 76487OEM is what you should use and is what I always use for XP PRO and MCE.
  8. The silent switch means no user interaction, no clicking next etc.
  9. The SP level shouldn't matter. Assuming you're doing this in XP, if you're using a retail CD as source, it won't accept an OEM key. Search the forums for setupp.ini for a solution. @nuhi, thank you for the new version and your continued efforts!