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I was completely wrong, you can use %WINDIR% I tried regenerating the issue and I was able to us windir and dll file index. the icon you're trying to use did not show for some reason. but I was able to use icons from shell32.dll, I tried multiple indexes and it seems to work. I think the problem have to do with the icon it self or something with windows. ...


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Try to extract the .ico using "Resource Hacker", put the .ico onto the drive and use the icon= in autorun.inf to point to that instead. Using Resource Hacker should be straightforward enough to do this!



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