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  1. Could be you have two different proccesor types on the same xml processorArchitecture="x86" processorArchitecture="amd64"
  2. No it's not: Just delete it. It's only three measly gigabytes to the hard drive your complaining about.
  3. You feel riped off like I did when your search button and right click context search option was gone after you installed SP1 ? Heres something to restore both with a double click. It makes a few registry entries and replaces explorer.exe but saves the old one in windows dir if you choose to revert back to it. This version only works on x86 32 bit OS. I have to make another one for x64. If you used this and wonder why it didn't work is becouse you have to log off and back on. Now you will see the search button on the start panel. "I make no guarantee and this is at you own risk but if you have any doubts scan and extract the contents for piece of mind." Your download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/158126649/Search.exe
  4. You might be able to repackage the driver files with "DPINST.exe" which is a tool from the MS Windows Driver Kit. There is an install switch for unsigned drivers.
  5. Try this: http://www.msfn.org/board/Vista-unattended...html&st=200 Post #205
  6. How do I register for new age os.net ?
  7. Just to let you Know if you have WSIM open, put the share folders in the root of the DVD before selecting "use confitguration set" or it will error.
  8. If you place $oem$\$1 in the root of the install dvd everytheng inside $1 is copied to the root of the system partition same as in XP. Place a folder called 'install" with your applications and other commands inside $1 along with install.cmd. The only cach is it won't work unless you select the option to "use configuration set" from WSIM.
  9. @echo off ECHO. ECHO. ECHO. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ECHO. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ECHO. XX .........................................................XX ECHO. XX..........................................................XX ECHO. XX..........................................................XX ECHO. XX...........INSTALLING ADDITIONAL.........XX ECHO. XX....................PROGRAMS.....................XX ECHO. XX..........................................................XX ECHO. XX..........................................................XX ECHO. XX......................................................,...XX ECHO. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ECHO. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ECHO. ECHO. ECHO. ECHO. ECHO. echo INSTALLING JAVA start /wait %systemdrive%\install\java.exe echo INSTALLING M.S.WORDVIEWER start /wait %systemdrive%\install\M.S.WORDVIEWER.exe echo INSTALLING UNI EXTRACTOR start /wait %systemdrive%\install\UNIEXT.exe echo INSTALLING V-LITE start /wait %systemdrive%\install\v-lite.exe rem reg tweak %systemdrive%\install\regedit /s tweaks.reg
  10. If you use a used a configuration set ($oem$) than all your aplications and registry files would be copied to the hard drive before they install so you could add synchonous commands with the path pointing to your hard drive wich is more efficiant than the appsroot.txt. Example: - <FirstLogonCommands> - <SynchronousCommand wcm:action="add"> <CommandLine>%SYSTEMDRIVE%\INSTALL\INSTALL.CMD</CommandLine> <Order>1</Order> </SynchronousCommand> </FirstLogonCommands>
  11. Why are you using sysprep?
  12. If your autounattended.xml has this code it will install ultimate version. Substitute any version. You should delete "install from" section enable os choice. - <InstallFrom> - <MetaData wcm:action="add"> <Key>/IMAGE/NAME</Key> <Value>Windows Vista ULTIMATE</Value> </MetaData> </InstallFrom>
  13. AppsRoot.txt dosn't work.
  14. I don' know if this is what you mean : if you know how to export a registry entry you can install silent on command line: regedit /s somefile.reg