Robbedoeske

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About Robbedoeske

  • Birthday 01/08/1983

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    yoeri.lauwers@skynet.be
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  1. http://home.earthlink.net/~leetutor/ruXP/I...et/chgfavor.htm
  2. could you just tell me how you did this? i've got my own unattended dvd (too much software for a cd ) but i have to boot without unattend, create partitions, and then boot unattended
  3. the "common dialog" is what you need, you'll find lots of examples and explanation on msdn or google if you can't seem to solve it, just let me know and i'll give you some hints
  4. Hi there Nickname: obviously Robbedoeske Location: Belgium (near Ypres) Studies: in three weeks i'm (hopefully) graduating with Bachelor degree in computer sciences Then I plan to get some MCSD stuff or something. Main interests: Programming .NET (VB & ASP, although i'm planning on learning C# too) System Management (As long as it's windows, no *nix for me )
  5. um thats old and only is supposed to work wiht windows 2000. i can only say that i used it with win2003 and then it suddenly worked of course with the OemPreInstall on Yes, but even with OemPreInstall on yes it didn't work when $OEM$ was not under my i386 dir
  6. http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/ar...s/q254/0/78.asp Create a $oem$\$1\Drivers folder in the I386 folder. ... if microsoft says it, it's true !!!!!! lol
  7. that's what the guide said idd, but i tried it and it didn't work untill i placed $OEM$ inside my i386 folder
  8. i had this problem too, you MUST create the $OEM$ directory inside i386 if you don't do this, you must specify the path to $OEM$ in your unattended answerfile
  9. ooooooowww, of course i do this setup from my harddisk, so i didn't think at first using my win2003 cd to boot and do the partitioning, and then start the actual setup from hard disk i'll try this this evening, thx
  10. so this means i will need some third-party software... ? Since there is an OS on the partition that i want to format and install to... Right now, i just boot into windows 2000 on C:, and i start winnt32 with necessary parameters. Some idea about how I do it best? Since, if i boot with win98 disk, i can not see the different ntfs-partitions, it all looks like one big partition next to a little Fat32 one. thx in advance
  11. first check if hardware accleration is enabled (default=disabled), then reinstall drivers & control panel... that solved some problems with my ati-card for me
  12. This is what I have: C: NTFS Existing windows installation D: NTFS Some Data E: NTFS Some Data F: FAT32 Win2003-setupfiles I copied the entire win 2003 cd to F: I added a $OEM$ directory and some scripts to automatically install some software. I created an answerfile for unattended installation. I start winnt32.exe /s:PathToSetupFiles /unattended:PathToAnswerFile The setup runs perfectly, and everything gets installed BUT Instead of allowing me what partition to install on, it just installs on the first one (there is already a windows there). He asks if he should use the directory WINDOWS because it already exists, but i don't get any choice of what partition to install on. [Data] AutoPartition=0 MsDosInitiated="0" UnattendedInstall="Yes" [unattended] UnattendMode=DefaultHide OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=Yes TargetPath=\WINDOWS Repartition=No If I change AutoPartition to 1, he just installs on D: without asking anything. I really want to do a complete unattended install EXCEPT for the screen where i can manage and choose partitions... Any clues? I already tried http://www.MSFN.org/unattended/2003/ but it seems that i followed those directions but it doesn't work like it should...