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Hello anyone, I would like to know if someone has packaged roxio easy media creator suite 10..I havent packaged this software and i would really need great help to do this,,If someone has experience on this,,Plzzzz can you send me a procedure how to package..Thank You
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Why dont you try EMCO MSI PACKAGE BUILDER -- THIS WILL DO WHAT YOU WANT.
And it is easy to use. Let me know what you think of it
http://www.emco.is/msi_package_builder/features.html
Answered 11/28/2007 by: chrismr
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Ask sonic to send you a document with the command lines. Once I got that from them it worked a charm.
I'd post it here, but it's the header says Sonic Confidential and I don't want to get in trouble. [;)]
Answered 11/28/2007 by: aogilmor
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Have you tried this

http://itninja.com/link/roxio-emc-8-silent-install---msfn-forum

This is for version 8.0. give it a try
Answered 11/29/2007 by: bheers
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I was searching for these command lines for version 10 and came across this KB article http://kb.roxio.com/content/kb/General%20Information/000068GN?set-locale=en

It appears silent installs are only supported as part of the Volume License program. I am trying to do HP OEM installs and apparently this isn't supported. Pretty rediculous.
Answered 12/23/2008 by: schieb
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It's pretty simple. If the EXE spits out an MSI, use that with a transform. If it doesn't, capture it and create one.
Answered 12/24/2008 by: VBScab
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The problem is it calls each feature (about seven of them) as a seperate msi and those all have transforms. I was able to run an OEM HP recovery CD and it created C:\SYSTEM.SAV\ARCD.LOG . In this log file is all the command lines for each item that is installed. The entry for Roxio uses:

SETUP.EXE /qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress

I couldn't find anything documented (manuals, /? etc...). I don't think I have seen the paramaters passed raw into a setup.exe like this before, but it works.
Answered 12/24/2008 by: schieb
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Anybody check with the vendor yet, as I suggested...oh, way back in 2003? [:D]
Answered 12/27/2008 by: aogilmor
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