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antonyua

A Question About unattended

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Hello!!!

I am new to Unattended and i have heard that there is a program with which you can create packages of programs and you can Burn them on a CD/DvD and install some programs after you have made a format ... And because i am bored to install all that Programs and Drivers every time i do a format to my pc i want to make a package that will install them with just one Click

So where can i find some guides of how creating it Or some forums...

But i dont wanna whole unattended windows... Only a Package of Programs ...

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I Did Seatch but Cant find anything :(

That What i Want I not Unattended Windows + Programs .... I Want Only Unattended Programs Packages Guide :D

But cant find anything ... Still Searching :angry:

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Like a CD with a folder full of programs. And maybe a batch file in the root that when you double click executes some silent installs of said programs?

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Oh Yes something Like That I want to create is there A Guide Or Someone can Help me with that ???

I would Appreciate That :D

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it costs money, but there is a program. called Almeza MultiSet.

i tried a demo, and it seems to do what you want, but i have not really ran it through its courses.

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Just write a batch that runs the silent installs of the apps you want. Search "%app name% + silent install" for each item, and you are going to end up with all lines you need for your batch. Just make sure you use start /wait so they dont run all over each other.

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Oops wrong topic :/

Edited by djanz
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