Quote: Originally Posted by Kari
It is a mystery to me why sysprep hates WMP Network Sharing Service. I have studied and researched and tried everything, I simply can not find a logical explanation.
Fact remains: Most common reason for sysprep to fail, excluding of course faulty answer files, is the said service.
I guess it's just one of those mysteries
This tutorial really saved my hide once. I don't keep disc images since I don't have the disk capacity to do so. Then one day, I managed to screw my installation up with Ccleaner. Instead of formatting again, what I did was made a new installation with most of the applications I have in a Virtual Machine. Sysprepped and imaged that using start
(You guys should really check out this great imaging tool). Restored said image and voila, I was back in business instead of having more or less a week of no PC usage due to installations and such.
I wouldn't even have learned what SysPrep is if not for this tutorial.
Quote: Originally Posted by LittleJay
@ oreo27 I will keep the batch file you wrote in mind, should I ever need to do another sysrep. Thanks much!
No worries. I honestly wouldn't even call it a batch file. It's just 3 lines of what appears to be code