If you install Windows Me form a DOS prompt, Setup allows several command line switches. When installing from the CD-Rom, include the switch(s)after typing in D:\Setup. Example: 'D:\Setup /C /IE'. Be sure to include a space in between every switch you use.
/C Instructs Setup not to load the SmartDrive disk cache /IL Loads the Logitech Mouse Driver instead of the Microsoft Mouse Driver Use this option if you have a Logitech Series C mouse [batch] Specifies the name and location of the file that contains Setup options /T:TMP Specifies the directory where Setup will copy its temporary Files /IM Skips the memory check /ID Skips the disk-space check /IS Skips the ScanDisk check /IQ Skips the check for crossed-linked files /IN Runs Setup without the Network setup module /IE Bypass the Startup Disk Wizard. The "C:\Windows\Command EBD" file and the Emergency Boot Disk are not created /IH Skips the Registry check /IV Skips billboards display during upgrade Setup from within Windows /IP Bypass detection of undocumented Plug N Play devices /IR Bypass detection of system CMOS/BIOS and does not update the Master Boot record /IW Bypasses the Microsoft License Agreement screen /N Runs Setup without mouse support /NM Bypass the internal processor detection, to allow Windows to install on systems that do not meet Microsoft's minimum requirements /D Bypass usage of installed Windows configuration /IF Performs quick Setup. Uses CacheFindFirst for filenames and speeds up DOS. /ICH Keeps the ScanDisk window visible during Setup /IX Skips codepage checking. Allows usage of different codepages. /IY Skips language conflicts /M Bypasses playing of Setup sounds /NA Bypasses the Windows/MS-DOS program check /NF Bypasses prompt to remove floppy disk from the drive /NX Bypasses SETUPX version check
NOTE: Not all of these switches will work on all windows or systems.