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About TRSyntax

  • Birthday 07/15/1986

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  1. Welcome to WinCert. Have a great new year!
  2. Welcome to WinCert. Have a great new year!
  3. Love the new forum!

  4. tanks NIM! I was hoping for this
  5. Take a look at this voice. It got closed yesterday ( December 11, 2015 ). If you want to keep your 15GB free space + your 15GB camera roll bonus after the new policy takes place, you can opt-in for it! But make haste, the offer must be redeemed before January 31, 2016. share the word Voice​ & Offer​​
  6. head over to v77's project page: ImDisk Toolkit and ask him instead. been some developments there. ImDisk + Toolkit as listed here has its own (I think silent) uninstaller. been a while since I looked at these codes
  7. why is there no decent command line tool to take ownership of registry entries

  8. do you have administrative privileges? i haven't tried gimagex but if you use DISM or IMAGEX to mount the wim, the windows folder is accessible to every user. administrators got full access while users got read, list & execute..
  9. do i want to rewrite all my code to be x86 compitable? ...

  10. that was not at all obvious to me internet explorer related, yes, but having forgotten windows 7 comes with ie8, this made no sense think i need to stop asking around here after being up for 30 hours. making myself look bad well thanks for the reply anywayz. night :sleeping_03anim:
  11. how in the world does it uninstall the packages in windows 7 images? i get you can use the /remove switch with /remove-package in windows 8 to "remove the payload" but dism for win 7 don't got that feature.. what magic is this?? aah. so the features are packages as well now to figuring out how to get permission to remove
  12. in my windows 7 sp1 ultimate x64 image i have these packages: Package Identity : Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer-Optional-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~en-US~8.0.7601.17514State : Install PendingRelease Type : Language PackInstall Time : 12.04.2011 08:28 Package Identity : Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer-Optional-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~8.0.7601.17514State : InstalledRelease Type : Feature PackInstall Time : 21.11.2010 03:40 i can't seem to find any info on what they are containing.. i know the first is the language pack for the feature pack, but i just posted them both so i can ask some questions about them. the other packages in the image are post fixed with the correct windows 7 version (6.1.7601.17514) while this has a major version of 8.0 ?? what little i've found on the net about it is usually in some "HELP!! i can't install ie!" threads. not helping me much except giving mea solid huch that i should just leave this package be.. :no: and i can see that Lego's wintoolkit does not include the removal of this package as well.. but i wan't to know what it is! can anyone fill me in? one more question: for the above feature package as well as the "Microsoft-Windows-IE-Troubleshooters-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.7601.17514"package; do i have to remove the belonging language packages which is pending to install when i remove the feature package?
  13. most off topic replies ever... love it though
  14. if you are reffering to "%WINDIR%\Setup\Scripts" in your wim file, this would not work. but if you add your command to a batch called "SetupComplete.cmd" instead, your command would be executed before first login SETUPCOMPLETE.CMD : @echo offREM change the windows boot screenstart "" /w "%~dp0win7bootupdatercmd.exe" boot.bs7REM delete working filesdel /f /q "%~dp0win7bootupdatercmd.exe"del /f /q "%~dp0boot.bs7"REM delete old source filesdel /f /q /a "c:\bootmgr~1"del /f /q "%systemroot%\system32\bootres~1.dll"del /f /q "%systemroot%\system32\winload~1.exe"del /f /q "%systemroot%\system32\winresume~1.exe"del /f /q "%systemroot%\system32\en-us\winload.exe~1.mui"del /f /q "%systemroot%\system32\en-us\winresume.exe~1.mui"exit change the drive letter in; del /f /q /a "c:\bootmgr~1" to the drive letter of your active bcd disk
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