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I am trying to create an unattended install of windows 2000 from Cd-rom. I have created the winnt.sif file from the setup manager, and put it to floppy. I have booted with the CD and the floppy in, making sure to boot from the floppy. I start the computer, everything looks good, and then the computer just stop with a flashing cursor in the top right screen. Does not continue or even start the install for that matter. Please help. Thanks.
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You can create a bootable CD with unattend and Service pack
http://www.nu2.nu/bootablecd/
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