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Molecule

install from HFSLIP/SOURCESS folder?

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Molecule    0

after hfslip slipstreas a new source, is it possible to do an unattended setup to a new HDD from there

hdd-0 part-1 primary = C: (old drive)

hdd-1 part-1 primary = D: (new drive)

hdd-0 par-2 logical = E: (old drive)

hdd-1 part-2 logical = F: (new drive)

HFSLIP is on root of E:

I'd like to fresh install to new hdd D: (without destroying old C!, just in case)

I've got winnt.sif to compelte an unattend install from 2K CD and a floppie

I'd like to know if its possible to install from HFSLIP\SOURCESS

rename winnt.sif to unattend.txt and put it ?somewhere (I386?)

main thing is to force setup to install unattended to the second HDD? (preformatted and partitioned)

would sure make testing go easier and faster than burning an iso or two for each trial build

still learning ...

thanks ...

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jinjou    0
would sure make testing go easier and faster than burning an iso or two for each trial build

Since you suggest you're only experimenting, is there any reason why you wouldn't use a virtual machine?

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