How to modify LOADISO.CMD (e.g. remove the 'Repair' message)
Note that the text below is an example of how to modify the LOADISO file.
E2B already contains a LOADISONP.cmd file which does not prompt the user to repair the drive.
Do you want to try to Repair or Recover Windows (Y/N)? :
(leave the lines above here)
echo.echo.echo ********** REPAIR WINDOWS? ************echo.echo Y = Repair, Recover or run MSDart (if on DVD)echo N = Install Windowsecho.set /P ASK="Do you want to try to Repair or Recover Windows (Y/N)? :if /I not "%ASK%"=="Y" exit(leave more lines below here)
Vista\7\SVR2K8 = \_ISO\e2b\firadisk\au.xmlWin8\SVR2012\8.1\10 = \_ISO\e2b\firadisk\auWin8.xml
Change all 4 occurences of LOADISO.CMD to your new filename - e.g. LOADISOX.CMD.
The XML file now will use your new LOADISOX.cmd file.
Note that the special Product Key TK8TP-9JN6P-7X7WW-RFFTV-B7QPF will be automatically replaced by whatever Product Key you choose when you select one when prompted by E2B. If you change the Product Key in the .xml file, then E2B cannot replace it (it only replaces a TK8TP key).
Now when you install Windows, choose the new xml file. If Win8/SVR2012/Win10 is selected, you will also need to choose a Product Key.
You can remove any .xml file from the \_ISO\WINDOWS\xxxx folders that you don't use (or change the file extension so that they are ignored).
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