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winnt.sif problems on a multi-boot DVD.

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TrAvELAr

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I've built a multi-boot DVD and I cannot get the winnt.sif for unattended installs to work off of the DVD. If I rip an ISO of the directory and install from that (single CD vice the multiboot DVD) things work fine. On the multi-boot, does the winnt.sif still belong in the i386 folder? Since they work on a single ISO, I would think that I have it set up right. Can anyone offer any suggestions on this?

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No no, the winnt.sif belongs in the boot folder (PRO1, HOM2, etc.) Because when the OS goes to boot it doesn't look in I386 at first, it looks in the boot folder, sees the winnt.sif file, reads it, then goes about it's business. If you keep it in i386 it wouldn't do a thing.

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No no, the winnt.sif belongs in the boot folder (PRO1, HOM2, etc.)  Because when the OS goes to boot it doesn't look in I386 at first, it looks in the boot folder, sees the winnt.sif file, reads it, then goes about it's business.  If you keep it in i386 it wouldn't do a thing.

Thank you very much. I figured it was something simple! :)

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