However I managed to discover a way to do it anyway. I almost gave up though. I couldn't get the **** thing to install unattended if I specified packages to install (noone sane wants Control Center in his system I'd say, for example).
It works fine when executed manually but gives (not always but often) all kinds of weird errors unattended.
What I did was check which packages I wanted installed and physically DELETED the rest, and just specify the \packages path.
You can also either:
\bin64\atisetup.exe -install -use %systemdrive%\TEMP\graphics\Packages -output c:\TEMP\ATIlog.txt -loglevel 4
\bin64\setup.exe /unattended_install:c:\TEMP\graphics\Packages /force_hide_first_run /autoaccept_all /force_close_when_done /ON_REBOOT_MESSAGE:YES
The first one has the disadvantage of not being able to push for a restart, so I install via setucomplete.cmd and manually do shutdown /r after that
Edited by TheWalrus, 08 April 2012 - 09:56 AM.