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Making custom cd's, windows PE, and unattended ins

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Every new $ interesting thing is welcomed. I look forward to learn. So, bring it on. :)

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I`m very interrested. :rolleyes:

I do a Multiboot cd (for my business) with W2K prof, Advansed & Server on one CD with DX90b, MP9, SP4, IE6SP1 usw.

At home I try to make a Win98SE, WXPro, WXpro SP1, WXPro SP1 & Software, but it not really work. :)

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Very interested :D .

There's so much useful information and guidance offered here, but finding it is sometimes difficult :D . Especially if you get the terminology wrong or if you're just slightly off track... :)

There's nothing more frustrating than fighting with a particular install, to find you're barking up the wrong tree, and a simple restated search would have put you back on the right track immediately. :rolleyes:

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Hey Gosh, this would be a great idea! Can't wait to see it happen. If you need some web space for the pictures I could help (if you are going to use pics).

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I AM INTERESTED A LOT too! :)

p.s. Is it possible to make a win2k & winxp pro cd with one $oem$ folder (application & stuff) for them to use?

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mee too!!

VERY much interested

I can also host the files if you feel like it.

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gosh has hinted he might come back, we'll wait and see :)

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where did he go in the first place? I saw stuff in a couple threads about him leaving, but must have missed the thread about why...

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