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  1. You have to choose the option " GUI mode + continue installing xp + 1st start of XP " again until u finish the first logon and then change to main hdd.
  2. updated to latest version
  3. ourspolaire, you havent fully followed the steps. read the 4th step carefully.
  4. RunOnceEx is executed just before the user profile is created/loaded during the first login.
  5. Not true. @chon_ You might want to try the excellent Onepiece's Internet Explorer 8 addon by Onepiece and Nonno Fabio. They also provide a Universal Addon Creator. The resulting Addon + SFX can be installed at any time (SVCPACK, cmdlines.txt, et cetera) and you can pre-configure any (registry) setting you like as well. yes might be true about the addon, and i was refering to the installation untouched ie8 setup file.
  6. ultraiso might be the easier one. just drag, drop, burn. also faster to load
  7. Advanced Call Center. Its good to record both incoming and outgoing calls
  8. if you install only by booting from cd, you can select this option for removal. this wont affect the installation.
  9. you have selected the option "Manual Install and Upgrade" from the Operating Systems Options. This will remove winnt32.exe so that you cant install from inside windows. But you can boot from cd and install.
  10. You must access usb drives ONLY after doing the following steps. 1) installing xp after clean formating 2) install sp3 3) all post-sp3 hotfixes 4) install antivirus and update it to the present day and configure it for how it handles the realtime scan and configure the builtin firewall. if u access usb drives before these above steps, probable chance is your system getting infected with virus definitely. to make things easier, for steps1,2,3, create an unattended distribution of xp and install. then install antivirus. There is no compromise in these steps coz any usb drive can have any number of viruses of any kind.
  11. as far as i have tested, this is the proper order : "Contacts.msi /passive /norestart" "wlc.msi /passive /norestart" "RichUpload.msi /passive /norestart" "wllogin.msi /passive /norestart" "WLXSuite.msi /passive /norestart" "Messenger.msi /passive /norestart" "SpamFilterData.msi /passive /norestart" "Mail.msi /passive /norestart" "SQLServerCE31-EN.msi /passive /norestart" "WindowsLiveSync.msi /passive /norestart" "PhotoLibrary.msi /passive /norestart" "MicrosoftSearchEnhancementPack.msi /passive /norestart" "SyncNative.msi /passive /norestart" "ProviderServicesNative.msi /passive /norestart" "wltinstall.msi /passive /norestart" "Writer.msi /passive /norestart" "fssclient_x86.msi /passive /norestart" "olc.msi /passive /norestart" "OLConnector.msi /passive /norestart" Silverlight.2.0.exe /q"
  12. are you installing from cd/dvd or usb drive?
  13. FSecure finds Tools\TaskKillS.exe as Trojan:W32/Agent.JCF
  14. its because you have to fully login to the desktop to install ie8. i found somewhere in this forum, the code to add ie8 installation to startup and install and delete the batch file itself. use /passive /update-no /norestart switches.