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aymon102

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Now, This is the place where you have apply the trick

  1. When it Shows “39 Minutes to Complete the installation, Quickly press Shift+F10 button on your keyboard. It will open Command Prompt
  2. Now type “taskmgr.exe” in Command Prompt windows, This will open Task manager.
  3. In Task Manager, Click on “Process” tab. Where you will find a number of running programs
  4. Find “Setup.exe” in all those Programs, Right Click on it, And then click on it and then go to Setup.exe -> Set Priority –> and click on High.
That’s it, All done, Now your OS will install much faster then before -  

 

the quistion is there is a batch or command or any thing to do that unattend?

plz help


Edited by aymon102, 22 November 2013 - 09:53 AM.



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jaclaz

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You can try using WMIC (but I doubt it will be available at that stage :unsure:):

http://setiathome.be...ad.php?id=69381

Or you might need to use a third party tool, like:

http://retired.beyon...processutil.htm

 

How to "automate" it, is another thing, but that should be T-39 stage, you may want to try DetachedProgram

http://www.msfn.org/...etachedprogram/

 

jaclaz

 

BTW (and for the record): 

The original source of the "trick" is most probably:

http://www.technostr...-then-ever.html

which is NOT particularly supported by evidence, NOT EVEN anecdotal :w00t::

I haven;t experimentally checked this trick, But i have told this trick to many persons and they found it usefull, So why dont you go and give it a try… 

 


Edited by jaclaz, 22 November 2013 - 11:19 AM.


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aymon102

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I try this command

wmic.exe process where name="setup.exe" CALL setpriority 128

 

and i add it to

DetachedProgram

 

 but it didn't work


Edited by aymon102, 26 November 2013 - 02:48 PM.


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Kelsenellenelvian

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If you fully nLite a XP disk it will install in less than 10 minutes.

 

I've had 5 minute times.

 

I just ran a 4-4.5 minute XP\SP3 install.


Edited by Kelsenellenelvian, 26 November 2013 - 03:12 PM.


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If you fully nLite a XP disk it will install in less than 10 minutes.

 

I've had 5 minute times.

 

I just ran a 4-4.5 minute XP\SP3 install.

WHY dit it take so long? :unsure: :w00t:

http://www.msfn.org/...2-fast-install/

:whistle:

 

jaclaz






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