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Ducky_ace

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  1. So this is my problem I have a windows XP pro 64 bit edition (With an official licence ) I've tried to integrate the Si3114r5 drivers (which i've downloaded from microsoft) NO SUCCES Second thing I tried was to use the F6 button in the windows setup screen, that worked, so windows found my drives, after the format windows should start the precopy od the windows setup files ( GUI ) but there's my problem, windows gives the following error: Setup cannot copy the folliwing file: Si3114r5.sys The disk where the drivers are on is then still in my floppy disk drive. I even tried to put the driver on my windows XP Cd in the AMD64 folder AND in the I386 folden, but still no luck. The last ting I tried was to use make cab and then put those cabbed drivers in the folders, and YEAH STILL NO LUCK... I'm coming at a point right now to give up al my good hope and reinstall 32 bit, BUT I REALLY REALLY want windows xp pro x64 PLEASE HELP Thanks for the replyzzzz.... :
  2. 64-bit Ready ?

    Are the driverpacks from bashrat 64-bit compatible ?
  3. Network install (Applications)

    When I run them afterwards, they are running without any warning
  4. Use a partition program before u install windows (but that's probably not the solution you're looking for )
  5. Network install (Applications)

    Are all of the rest of your tweaks being applied properly? If not, that would probably be a good place to start troubleshooting. One thing I noticed in browsing your tweak file is that you appear to have set up almost 50 different trusted ranges that each consist of a single address. Why not set up a single trusted range that is 50 address long (ie: 10.0.0.1-10.0.0.50)? If nothing else, it would cut the size of your tweak file almost in half. Also, what is the address of the server you are trying to install from? Have you given it a static address, or is it assigned via DHCP? 1. My server has a static IP adress 2. My tweaks are applied properly, when I press SHIFT+F10 and run regedit, ik see that my values are inserted
  6. Put your emulation in the registry (or use msconfig) afterwards, you let windows run the following command: taskkill.exe /f /im explorer.exe
  7. Network install (Applications)

    So i tried the following. I run my registry tweaks in the beginning of my T-12 and and the end of all my installations, here are my tweaks ... AND STILL I GET THE F***ING WARNING tweak.reg
  8. Network install (Applications)

    Tried, didn't worked <{POST_SNAPBACK}> So i just put all values into 2 ?
  9. Network install (Applications)

    Tried, didn't worked
  10. Network install (Applications)

    And how do I do that, windows isn't installed yet then...
  11. This is my situation: Unattended CD: - SP2 integrated (using nLite <-- THANKS!!) - BTS Driverpack integrated (Method 3) <-- THANKS BTS!!! - Registery tweaks OK - Xpize integrated (THANKS XPIZE!!!) - Network script running @T-12 (connecting to installation files path from the installations) Applications Install: - Using Xplode (THANKS XPLODE!!) - XML parsed and working - Running trough the network (works fine!) My ERRORRRRR : The windows XP SP2 has a network security thing pre-installed. This SH*T block my unattended installations, I have to select "run" every time a new installation starts (This is an "Open file security warning" or something like that) Thanks for the replyzzz
  12. DriverPack integration

    I removed them Then it works just fine
  13. DriverPack integration

    Nice work man !! Only I still have an error : Windows Setup ========== The entry "Mraid35x.sys" in the SourceDisksFiles section of the INF file is corrupt or missing Setup cannot continiue. Press any key to exit. Mraid35x.sy_ staat wel in de I386 folder...
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