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how to remove 'Press any key to boot from CD'

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jinmoda    0

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hi every one..

I searched forum,

i want to remove 'Press any key to boot from CD' in my multi boot cd.

first I remove bootfix.bin 'Press any key to boot from CD' by hexeditor.

but i didn't work to me, it is remove only xp boot message

if press any key to go to xpsetup.

select one in multi boot cd menu, how can I enter the directly xp setup?

which area of bootfix.bin has to be fixed? i'm poor at speak english. sorry..

thx..

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Stoic Joker    0

Why would you want to, it's a safety feature. The Press any key... prompt only shows if there is a detectable OS on the drive. If the drive is bare (no OS installed) the prompt is skipped and the Windows setup starts automatically.

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V@no    0

Thank you! exactly what I was looking for.

Why would you want to, it's a safety feature. The Press any key... prompt only shows if there is a detectable OS on the drive. If the drive is bare (no OS installed) the prompt is skipped and the Windows setup starts automatically.

In my case I need remove this because I added custom menu for some recovery tools on the cd.

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My unattended install wipes the first drive it finds and starts installing if you 'Press any key to boot from CD' so i would never remove it but does anyone know how to increase the delay? or move the message to say somewhere near the middle of the screen?

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