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reg import Test.reg Not Work?

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Hi All Me Add Silent Mode In Software But XP And & Work But In 8 Not Work Plz Help Me For Import reg File.

Winrar SFX :

Setup=reg import Test.reg

Setup=Setup.exe

Setup=REGEDIT /S test.reg

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Hi All Me Add Silent Mode In Software But XP And & Work But In 8 Not Work Plz Help Me For Import reg File.

Winrar SFX :

Setup=reg import Test.reg

Setup=Setup.exe

Setup=REGEDIT /S test.reg

Why don't you just use WinToolKit 1.4.0.77 and create .WA file with all your twks then intergrate into install.wim

ex. Tools > Addon Maker > Import Registry > Add *.reg

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Have noticed the same in W8 the "regedit.exe /s" silent switch does not work. Tried with a sfx same result! If you manually merge the entry it works.

Anyone have an answer on this??

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Have noticed the same in W8 the "regedit.exe /s" silent switch does not work. Tried with a sfx same result! If you manually merge the entry it works.

Anyone have an answer on this??

I add reg files all the time to W8 in sfx via batch file

@echo off
::
:: current directory
cd %~dp0
::
:: variable values
set reg=regedit /s
::
%reg% "%~dp0\reg\My_Twks.reg

upload your reg file on here and I will put it in sfx for you...

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The REGEDIT /S Test.reg is not working in Win8 because of elevated privileges.

So you have 2 choices.

1. Do the right-click and "Run as administrator"

or

2. Just package your .reg file in folder with batch like my example,

then it will merge to registry and run completly silent!

Here is a working sfx .with .reg file that I just made for W8...:thumbup

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The REGEDIT /S Test.reg is not working in Win8 because of elevated privileges.

So you have 2 choices.

1. Do the right-click and "Run as administrator"

or

2. Just package your .reg file in folder with batch like my example,

then it will merge to registry and run completly silent!

Here is a working sfx .with .reg file that I just made for W8...:thumbup

Thanks Dos, since I replied I found the a similar solution using a batch with hidcon.exe & seems to work well.

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Glad u got it working... Is Hidcon the same file as Batchrunner?

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Glad u got it working... Is Hidcon the same file as Batchrunner?

Yes, from what I can see it does the same thing.

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Thanks Dos, since I replied I found the a similar solution using a batch with hidcon.exe & seems to work well.

Can you explain me how it works? i need to silent make a reg modify in win8

Thank you

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Thanks Dos, since I replied I found the a similar solution using a batch with hidcon.exe & seems to work well.

Can you explain me how it works? i need to silent make a reg modify in win8

Thank you

Just pm me your .reg file and I can show you how to do it in a sfx install

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Thank you DosProbie, here my reg file.

Check your mail

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Or you could still use a batch but you'll need to add this line before all others:

set __COMPAT_LAYER=RunAsInvoker 

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Thank you DosProbie, here my reg file.

Check your mail

Checked, thank you

Allen2 your line also works :)

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