Why Autounattend.xml remove these menu?

#1
Why Autounattend.xml remove these menu?



How do I change to keep them?
 


reghakr

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#2
Don't quite understand, you only install once.

The one on the left is the typical screen.
I don't know what th other one is
 


#3
Don't quite understand, you only install once.

The one on the left is the typical screen.
I don't know what th other one is
Autounattend.xml remove or skip the menus and I want to keep.
I might need them later to repair the system.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#4
You only need one.
 


#5
Yes, but there is no use if Autounattend.xml
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#6
Is the ine on th rtight a student or OEM disk?

Could you please fill in your computer specs in the UserCP link at the top left hand side of the page.

Then click Edit Your Details.

This freeware program will give you all the information you will need:

SIV (System Information Viewer) 4.03
 


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Mitchell_A

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#7
You can't "add" these features back to the Windows Installation files.
Those once you've installed Windows, open the start menu and type "region and language".
From there you can change your local, keyboard setup etc.
 


#8
Is the ine on th rtight a student or OEM disk?

Could you please fill in your computer specs in the UserCP link at the top left hand side of the page.

Then click Edit Your Details.

This freeware program will give you all the information you will need:

SIV (System Information Viewer) 4.03
OEM Retail ;)
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#9
OK, did you install the OEM or the retail last? still only need one, if you installed OEM, then keep that screen.
 


#10
en_windows_7_ultimate_x86_dvd_x15-65921.iso OEM?
7600.16385
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#11
Then you'd select the right screen
 


Mitchell_A

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#12
in short, you can't unles you customized a copy of Windows 7 with vLite if it's your OEM disk than you can only change the options from within windows, as i mentioned earlier.
But if you have a vLite-d copy, you can copy the files to your HDD then delete Autounattend and burn them back to a bootable DVD
 


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