ASUS Vista DVD - no OEM logo

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  1. Crusi

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    Can you please upload you OEM folder, so I can check it..
     
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    #5 Crusi, May 25, 2008
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    Thanks for help, now i know what to do :)

    I don't understand what you mean. There is key in PID.txt which determine what type of windows it will install. It my PID.txt there is key for Vista Ultimate. In this DVD there is only x64 Vista. I have x86 on another DVD, and OEM files are the same.

    One more thing. If i don't want any wallpapers, etc. Only OEM logos, i need SYSTEM.CMD only which contain's:
    Am I right?
     
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    #6 petar, May 25, 2008
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    About your first question...
    Unattend instalation means that you dont select wich version of vista you want to install.
    You are even not provided with the options from wich to choose.
    The install proce is automatic, the only think you have to do on a unattend installation is to select on wich drive you want vista to be installed.

    About your seccond question...
    Yes you are right you only need to add the registry, but you will also need the OOBE.CMD with the same commands.

    Note. You have wrote "dell.reg" in fact it is asus.reg, it depends what is the name of the *.reg file
     
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    But without unattend installation i don't have to choose which version of windows i will install. It's determined by key in PID.TXT.

    Do you know why i nedd SYSTEM.CMD and OOBE.CMD, those two files are the same, isn't only OOBE.CMD needed?
     
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    #8 petar, May 25, 2008
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    I'm not shure wich one of them is executed.
    While I was making the custom OEM folders on this thread:
    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/1642?page=12
    I got tiered and board from testing and I left both of the commands inside the OEM folder...
    Here you can also find a good examles on how to do it.
     
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    petar MDL Expert

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    WOW @ricktendo64....:D

    This is the most complite script for Vista instalation that I have ever seen.
    You can add your own drivers, gadgets e.c.t.
    And what is most importatnt you dont need any other files or commands at all to make a unattend instalation.

    Thanks for the post.
    Now making of the OEM folders will be more perfected...

    Two questions only...
    Have you tested it ??
    Have you vriten it ???
    Couse if you have vriten it, then can you help us to customize it a bit more ?

    Once more thanks on the nice post..:D
     
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