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Hi there, I have been using Nlite for years now and it is a great tool. However, I want to get more accomplished during the setup phase of installing XP operating system.

Thus, using the $OEM$ folder parallel to the I386 folder I have been able to insert my own registry tweaks, but I would like to format a partition also. I haven't tried it yet.

Here is what I have been doing with cmdlines.txt


"regedit /s mytweaks.reg"

Question is what should the command line look like for formatting a partition, my first thought is

"format f: /v:mlabel"


"cmd /c %systemroot%\system32\format f: /v:mylabel"


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