Unattended Windows installers perform from CD-ROM

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Hello Techyv Friends,

I am using Windows XP and would like to know about how to do an unattended windows installers perform from CD-ROM. Please do the needful for guiding me the steps of doing an unattended installation from a CD-ROM along with its limitations.

Thanks & Regards,

Christina Turner

Best Answer by Luke N Marks
Answered By 50 points N/A #144862

Unattended Windows installers perform from CD-ROM


Good day Christina! Do you mean how to auto run an installer from a CD?

If that's so, it is very simple with many tutorials on how to go about this online.

No need of any third party programs, simply your Notepad. But be aware that Autorun for CDs is sometimes blocked for numerous computers for security reasons. Here is a tutorial on how to auto run your installer from the CD. Hope this information helps!

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Unattended Windows installers perform from CD-ROM



  • You will need to create an ISO image of your original Windows disc. You will also need your Windows key. Daemon tools can create the ISO image.
  • You will then need to download and install Vlite Software
  • You will also need an ISO extracting software such as JZIP
  • Proceed to the location where your ISO file is located and extract the files to a new folder.
  • Download Vlite to your computer and then install it.
  • Run the Vlite application.
  • Vlite will now ask you to install additional software. Do the installation.
  • In the window click the "browse" button. Then locate the folder in which you extracted the ISO files. Then click "next" to continue with the installation.Then select the version of Windows that you have.
  • In the "task selection window" you need to choose the "unattended setup" and "bootable ISO" check boxes. Click "next."
  • Enter your Windows 7 Product Key now and choose the options that you want to use. There are a lot of options to choose from so if you are unsure use these
  • Check the "use this version on install" and accept the licensing agreement.
  • Once you have finished selecting all the options you want to use, click the "apply" button.
  • Select the "rebuild one" option.
  • The files will begin to rebuild and it can take between 10 and 15 minutes to complete.
  • Click on the button "burn image" to start copying the files to your DVD to create your new installation disc.
  • The disc is now ready for use. 

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