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  1. TRSyntax

    Hello!

    Welcome to WinCert. Have a great new year!
  2. TRSyntax

    Hi There

    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
  15. TRSyntax

    Hello

    Welcome! you'll find a lot of nifty ways to do all sorts of a-i-o integrations here on WinCert. and here you'll always be updated with the latest of Legolash's piece of art
  16. Welcome Makaniolu Hope you'll enjoy your stay!
  17. uploaded new and "better" $FX-CreatoR. all issues should be fixed

  18. i should have waited for another 30 minutes i'll keep it mind if i ever need it again
  19. i'll look into it seems to have alot more to offer in the terms of information, and looking at the pictures of the interface i guess there is some power to managing that information as well.
  20. for windows bitlocker to work the 100mb TPM partition should be set as a Microsoft Reserved partition. i'm not sure as of how imortant it is, but this way it will be hidden in the os. and if i recall correctly this is the way windows setup creates the bitlocker partition. different types: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff715563.aspx
  21. i would like to have option of creating my own customized group names for my updates. this way it would easier to find the updates i don't want to apply to a certain windows image. much simpler than saving different presets for each scenario
  22. is there any way you could update your code so that one could select several files to 'move one step up / down' or 'move to top / bottom' of the silent installs + SFX' list? if there is many files in the list after being fed to the list in one huge bunch and they have to have to be re-aranged this could save a little time
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