Last Updated On: 08/05/2004
Windows NT Installation
Windows NT includes a number of setup switches that may be used from the command line. Some of the more important switches are listed below.
- /B - Installs NT without using boot disks. The files necessary to boot are copied to the hard drive. Instructs Windows NT not to create setup diskettes during the installation.
- /C - Bypasses the check for free space when creating boot disks (WINNT only).
- /E - Used in conjunction with /OX; copies files without verification (WINNT only).
- /OX - Creates setup disks without starting Windows NT Setup process.
- /S:path - Source directory for Windows NT installation (by default, the \i386 director in the CDROM).
- /T:drive - Specifies drive to be used for temporary files during installation (approx. 104 MB is required).