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kayo90

Silent install of Optional Programs in setup files

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Hello guys.

I have a question and i hope that you help me.

If i set "Silent mode installation", many times i've programs that also installs optional applications automatically.

For exemple, if i install CCleaner in silent mode, WPI installs CCleaner and Chrome that are in setup..

How can i avoid this?

It is a problem of lots programs that install automatically other applications, toolbars, etc....

Thanks in advance.

Regards, kayo.

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Ummm download a single installer of ccleaner?

They do exist.

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where? o.o

but hovewer this isnt a problem of ccleaner only...

a lot of programs have toolbars and other bored applications inside..

How avoid them?

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Java and shockwave included. Unwanted bundled toolbars are really everywhere. :wacko:

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There will surely be a solution.

No one knows?

Exemple:

1) Installing ImgBurn in Silent Mode, WPI also installs ask Toolbar

2) Installing MiPony in Silent Mode, WPI also installs Babylon Toolbar

Please help me...i hate them!!

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These installers usually have some switches which can be used to prevent them from installing the cr@pware.

You may want to check the ELiTE's Apps forum at RyanVM.net where you can find already modified packages.

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These installers usually have some switches which can be used to prevent them from installing the cr@pware.

You may want to check the ELiTE's Apps forum at RyanVM.net where you can find already modified packages.

PLEASE be aware that elite wraps the original in his modified installers and has encoded them. (very rude and messy)

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kayo90

You can use AutoItSript.

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Rename ccsetup324 to ccsetup and test this autoit script. Isn`t a PRO script but work for me :)

Run('ccsetup.exe')

WinWait("Installer Language")
Send("{ENTER}")

WinWait("CCleaner v3.24 Setup")
Send("{ENTER}")

WinWaitActive("CCleaner v3.24 Setup ", "License Agreement")
ControlClick ( "CCleaner v3.24 Setup " , "I &Agree" , "Button2" )

WinWait("CCleaner v3.24 Setup","Select any additional options")
If Not WinActive("CCleaner v3.24 Setup","Select any additional options") Then WinActivate("Select any additional options")
WinWaitActive("CCleaner v3.24 Setup","Select any additional options")
Send("{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{SPACE}{TAB}{SPACE}{TAB}{SPACE}{TAB}{TAB}{ENTER}")

WinWait("CCleaner v3.24 Setup","Completing the CCleaner v3.24 Setup")
If Not WinActive("CCleaner v3.24 Setup","Completing the CCleaner v3.24 Setup") Then WinActivate("Completing the CCleaner v3.24 Setup")
WinWaitActive("CCleaner v3.24 Setup","Completing the CCleaner v3.24 Setup")
Send("{SPACE}{TAB}{SPACE}{TAB}{ENTER}")

Exit

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Noewin

Exemple:

1) Installing ImgBurn in Silent Mode, WPI also installs ask Toolbar

2) Installing MiPony in Silent Mode, WPI also installs Babylon Toolbar

Well, installing some programs with silent mode, WPI doesn't install additional toolbars. Those ones are included inside the program itself, like ImgBurn; MiPony, etc.

And condor gives a way to avoid installing those toolbars using AutoIt !

Neowin

The Ask toolbar is nothing new for ImgBurn; you can bypass this by extracting the installer with 7-Zip or the like.
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