derektm

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  1. Its left for converting to a dynamic disc. See here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=225822
  2. Sounds like it could be a driver issue. Did windows actually install or no?
  3. I saw that but I'm not using a .theme file im using a .msstyles file. Will it matter?
  4. How do I assign a theme to be apply'd after the unattended setup is done. What I mean is, after the unattended setup is done, and the PC restarts and loads windows, I want a certain theme to already be applied instead of the default Luna theme. Specificaly this one: http://www.deviantart.com/view/2017230/ How? Thanks
  5. How do I assign a theme to be apply'd after the unattended setup is done. After the unattended setup is done, and the PC restarts and loads windows, I wan't a certain theme to already be applied How? Thanks Edit: Specificaly this one: http://www.deviantart.com/view/2017230/
  6. Where do you guys find these themes? I thought you had to pay for windowblinds to get these themes???
  7. What software is he using to make his Apps install at this screen?? Edit: his image wont quote but its Ducky_ace's near the top of page 4. Edit: Ahh this is explode is it not?
  8. If you need anymore help you can message me on AIM.. Its in my profile
  9. Go to your WpiScripts directory, then open the useroptions.js file with notepad and change var var showOptBtn=false; to say var showOptBtn=true;
  10. Ok...Heres what I did. I put the WPI.cmd file in the $OEM$\$1\Install\wpi\ folder so it copies that to the hard drive. Under GUI run once thing, just leave that to the default: [GuiRunOnce] %systemdrive%\install\wpi\wpi.cmd When it calls the WPI.cmd, the CMD file searches for the CD drive that has WPI on it. Here is my WPI.cmd file: ****** Where it says BoXP.txt , MAKE A File on your XP CD like something.txt and change the below to match that, the CD has to have a file on it for it to search for ********* @ECHO OFF REM Example, how to look for CDROM-drive. Must have a file to identify in its root (like WIN51 or WPI.ico). 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:\BoXP.txt set CDROM=%%i: echo Found CD-Rom as drive %CDROM% REM Determine the WPI startup path. REM if wpi should run off the cd the replace %~dp0 with %cdrom%. set wpipath=%CDROM%\wpi REM Hide this command window. "%wpipath%\common\cmdow.exe" @ /hid REM Font installation - the smooth and customizable way. start /wait %wpipath%\common\fonts\fontinstaller.exe REM Special registry tweak needed. regedit /s "%wpipath%\common\wpi.reg" REM Make WPI directory the current directory. for /f "delims=: tokens=1" %%i in ("%wpipath%") do %%i: cd "%wpipath%" REM Start WPI and wait for its end start /wait WPI.hta REM Cleaning up the desktop. del /s/q "%userprofile%\desktop\*.lnk" REM Confirming a reboot... echo Dim WshShell, oExec>%tmp%\WPI.vbs echo Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")>>%tmp%\WPI.vbs echo answer = Msgbox(" Installation has finished! Should I REBOOT now? ",VBYesNo,"BoXP Post Install")>>%tmp%\WPI.vbs echo if answer = 6 then>>%tmp%\WPI.vbs echo oExec = WshShell.Run("SHUTDOWN -r -t 5", 1, true)>>%tmp%\WPI.vbs echo end if>>%tmp%\WPI.vbs echo set WshShell = nothing>>%tmp%\WPI.vbs %tmp%\WPI.vbs del /q %tmp%\WPI.vbs exit :end What this will do is, it will find the RIGHT CDROM drive, the one with WPI on it, and then it will run WPI from that. If you use my WPI.cmd file above, it will run wpi from %CDROM%\wpi . Then if you have your programs set to install from %CDROM%\Install just put your programs in a folder named Install on the cd. If you do the above, it will work Good luck