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[SOLVED] How bypass Windows Logo Program during installation?

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Hi all!

I successfully prepared my USB-Harddisk with WinXP SP3 slipstream installation. Works 100% but I would like to know if there is a way to get ride of the "Windows Logo Testing" YES/NO screen during the installation.

At about 60% when XP is trying to install the Host Controller device it says has not passed the Windows Logo Program and I have to press YES to continue.

I found many threads about this problem but any of the solution seems get ride of that question.

Thanks you very much ;-)

Edited by Nokia, 15 July 2008 - 07:51 AM.

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You can try to edit your winnt.sif file copied to $WIN_NT$.~BT folder on USB-stick
by adding to the [Data] Section:


For Install from CD these settings can occur in the [Unattended] Section,
but that Section is lost for Install from USB, but they might work from the [Data] Section :unsure:

Please Report your findings.
On Succes, I can make some changes in the program

In any case you find more info here:

Depending on your needs, there are two ways to prevent Setup from being halted with this warning message:
• Set DriverSigningPolicy to ignore in Unattend.txt.
This entry causes unsigned installs to silently succeed.

Edited by wimb, 27 June 2008 - 03:01 AM.


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Adding these lines to winnt.sif worked 100% also for the USB Installation ;-)


Thanks you very much!

Edited by Nokia, 27 June 2008 - 05:15 AM.

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