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  1. Adobe CS3 Master Collection setup w/serial?

    Yes, by editing the msi properties. But try creating an mst file first. Modifying the msi directly does not work all the time, and it should only be done if everything else fails. I haven't played with msi files for more than 2 years, and I don't have the adobe software to perform some tests. But I am pretty sure that the concept about msi's still remains the same (except for the implementation of xml).
  2. I will download the installer when I get home so I can try it myself. I just hate the registration requirement on their website before it lets me download the trial.
  3. Hi. Is there an MSI inside the compressed executable? Is this the software you are trying to install? http://www.softimage.com/products/xsi/default.aspx
  4. Installing Adobe Reader 7.0

    This is what I use for basic installation. START /W MSIEXEC /I "Adobe Reader 7.0.8.MSI" /QB!- EULA_ACCEPT=YES
  5. Older computers

    Hi. I don't mean to discourage you, but I honestly don't think installing windows xp on that type of computer is a good idea. How about installing Linux instead?
  6. Combine two internet connections

    Ouch.. Those are expensive..
  7. Combine two internet connections

    Thanks for replying guys. @LLXX: Could you explain to us how this can be done? Because I saw some posts suggesting the same thing, but they didn't mention how to do it. @-I-: Yeah I did some research earlier. However, I wasn't able to find the right answer. Others say that it is posible if you use a special router. But it costs about 200 bucks! @nitroshift: Thanks for the link. I am reading it now. I saw some softwares that can do the load balancing for you. According to the link, I can only do load balancing, but I cannot combine the two connections to get a faster speed. That is fine with me. I just want to make use of both of them simultaneously. Unfortunately, I still have to buy a special router! There has to be a way to do this.. What if I use one with direct connection and the other one with wireless?
  8. I have a 6 megabits cable internet connection, and recently I got another 6 megabits dsl internet connection by mistake. The funny thing is I only have one computer!! Both of the ISP's have contracts, so I cannot get rid of either one of them. How can I use both of them simultaneously? My dsl speed is 6mbps, and my cable is 6mbps as well. Is there a way to combine the two connections and get 12mbps speed? Obviously, I am not good in networking.
  9. How to use the switches?

    Hello and welcome aboard! Here is a good place to start. http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/ If you are looking for a way to silently install any application, just search this forum. I'm pretty sure that we have the solution for most of the softwares here. If you can't find the solution for a particular software, feel free to ask. What are switches? Switches are command line parameters that can be passed on to an executable (e.g. installers) do perform a specific action. Switches control how the executable will behave during runtime. For example, you want to install VLC player silently. You can do that by using the /S switch. So you command will look similar to this: START /W vlc-0.8.5-win32.exe /S The vlc-0.8.5-win32.exe is the executable name, and after that is the switch /S. The switch controls the behavior of the executable. It makes the executable run silently (invisible, and without requiring you to click any button). I hope this helps a bit.
  10. The Great Unattended Project

    Hi. I am just a bit concerned because I saw that the tool contains softwares from Sysinternals. Here is an excerpt from Sysinternals EULA:
  11. Magic File Renamer

    Hi. Have you tried using the regular MSI switches?
  12. Universal Extractor

    Some AV softwares are so paranoid. Even NIS2006 detect my SFX files as trojan!
  13. Visual Studio Express Installer

    Hi. Try this. http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/200.../19/555326.aspx
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