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  • SPTD (x86) installation -- silent install?

    Is it possible to silently install the SPTD driver? If I do the following, I get the popup warning me about kernel debuggers causing problems.

    "sptd125_x86.exe add" (I renamed the file)

    Is there a switch to ignore this window? I was just curious as I was going to setup an unattended Windows XP install disk and I wanted to silently install SPTD so I don't have to do it on each system.

    Any help/feedback at all would be appreciated.

  • #2
    Originally posted by fortwunty
    Is it possible to silently install the SPTD driver? If I do the following, I get the popup warning me about kernel debuggers causing problems.

    "sptd125_x86.exe add" (I renamed the file)

    Is there a switch to ignore this window? I was just curious as I was going to setup an unattended Windows XP install disk and I wanted to silently install SPTD so I don't have to do it on each system.

    Any help/feedback at all would be appreciated.
    Sorry, unattended installation is not supported.

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    • #3
      SPTD now supports silent installation. It is possible to install SPTD silently in this way using a
      command line for example:

      "sptdinst-x86.exe add /q"

      or for example:

      "SPTDinst-v139-x86.exe add /q"


      Note: Beginning from version 1.38 SPTD will not display debugger warning dialog anymore.
      This info left in EULA only as this message confuses many users and also not "silent setup
      friendly".
      Standalone SPTD installer is released by Duplex Secure officially and can be obtained at:
      http://www.duplexsecure.com/en/downloads or at http://www.disc-tools.com/download/sptd

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