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I am looking for a free program that combines multiple install files to one setup file. I want to be able to run one file to install many programs, one by one, and I want it to be able to run unattended.

Right now, whenever the OS is reinstalled, I have to install programs one by one and I have to sit there until all are finished being installed.

There are some online programs which I do not want.

I am using Windows 7 Ultimate.

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What are those online programs you don't want? You could also build an MSI package that can do what you want. But it will take some time and skill. – Not Kyle stop stalking me Feb 24 '11 at 14:30
Why not just create a System Image Backup after installing all your required files? – vvsraju Feb 24 '11 at 14:38

Maybe you could give Ninite a try.

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thanxs, but this app will first download & then install all programs.. i have all the set up files, so i do not want to download ..I've restricted internet bandwidth // – Black Feb 24 '11 at 15:37

You could write a batch file to install all of the files, but the problem lies in the installer for each of the programs. If even one of the programs doesn't have an option to allow for unattended installation, you're still going to need to sit and click through dialogs until the install finishes.

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thanxs buddy,,, i got the point – Black Feb 25 '11 at 7:27

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