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Unattended Issues

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I wish to integrate my cdkey aswell as some visual styles and settings in the unattended section. That went smoothly, however if I select even one thing in the unattended area, it automatically selects English as the Default Language. I would like it to still prompt me for that. Is there a way to compile an ISO through command line to get around this? In the Unattended menu, if something else is selected, you have to select some language. There is no way of selecting none, to have it still prompt you on install. Any ideas and fixes? Thanks TJ


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well if you go into the winnt.sif file with notepad in your I386 folder (or AMD64 if u have x64) before you make an iso and delete the "regionalsettings" and timezone, try that.

Delete... I only put the ??? because yours will not be the same as mine and just delete the line

select defualt languange during install delete the following





if you want to select keyboard layout during install delete



if you want to select timezone during install remove the line


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