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Has not passed Windows Logo Testing...

Post by JP » Tue Oct 17, 2006 10:59 am

Hi guys

I've used your update pack and util for the first time this week. I must say, very impressed.

I have looked around your forum and cannot find a solution to the problem i'm having. So, sorry if i'm double posting.

After integrating your update pack (v2.1.3) with my XP, SP2 Corp CD, I re created the ISO and burnt a disc.

When I used it to rebuild a machine, it asked me about 6 or 7 times to choose if I wanted to install a driver as it had not passed Windows Logo testing. This was for things like the USB, keyboard and other basic stuff. Then finally it got to the regional settings and was normal after then.

Now, when it got into the Windows bit of the installation procedure, when it asks about turning on windows updates, checks if your connected to the internet for registration purposes etc, there was no music.

Normally it plays TITLE.WMA at this point (which i have replaced with antother song :)) It didn't play. When it finally loaded into the Windows desktop screen, it then prompted me to agree or disgree with yet more Windows Logo Testing errors about the sound card drivers. Then the sound started working.


The Long and Short is, why is it asking me about WLT when all these devices have installed fine previously with a standard XP disc with SP2 and is all Windows XP Designed hardware?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Sorry for the essay ;)

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Post by RyanVM » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:09 am

What else did you integrate besides the Update Pack? Any addons? Also, did you enable any of the advanced options? Obviously, the behavior you're seeing isn't normal and doesn't happen when things go right.
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Post by JP » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:15 am

The only other thing I added was KB900387 using kb900387 /integrate:path to my i386 folder, after the 2.1.3 process had completed.

I also have changed the EULA.TXT file to read my own details of all the KB's it has a new TITLE.WM_ file is the Windows sound that played (When registering/final setup)

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Post by RyanVM » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:19 am

Replacing files in i386 with unsigned files like you've done is probably what's breaking it. also, I don't know why you're integrating 900387 given that it's already superseded by the Update Pack ;).
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Post by armond » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:36 am

Hi JP,
Do you receive any errors during the KB900387 integration?
Why, Because you integrated a superseded hotfix in your XP installation. KB900387 updates two files in Windows XP. Those two files are now superseded with several other fixes. The recent version of the RVM update pack include the newer version of those new files.
Note that do not make the above lines a solution for your problem. I wrote those only for your information.

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Post by JP » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:46 am

No, no errors at all.

Sorry, didn't know you put a newer version in there. :oops:
Replacing files in i386 with unsigned files like you've done is probably what's breaking it
I haven't put any unsigned files in there? What do you mean?
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Post by RyanVM » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:47 am

You said you edited EULA.txt and title.wma

Why don't you start over with a fresh XP CD and only Update Pack 2.1.3 and see how things go. Then try adding other things.
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Post by JP » Tue Oct 17, 2006 12:01 pm

This was already changed in the CD image I started with and was fine.

I will try your update with a non messed with copy and see what happens.

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Post by JP » Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:37 am

Ok.

I merged my original XP sp2 corp cd with the 2.1.4 update pack. Worked fine.

And my CD with the changed TITLE.WMA file, ....also works fine.

The only thing I can think of is, I also merged another update into your updated i386 folder (even though I didn't need to).

That must have done something??

I'm trying again, so that we can be sure.

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Post by JP » Wed Oct 18, 2006 11:13 am

RyanVM wrote:Replacing files in i386 with unsigned files like you've done is probably what's breaking it. also, I don't know why you're integrating 900387 given that it's already superseded by the Update Pack ;).
Which update has superseded the KB900387?

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Post by armond » Wed Oct 18, 2006 1:25 pm

Why it is important for you? Many updates superseded it. The only important thing is that your problem goes away and you're now enjoying your updated CD. Also, the newest version is 2.1.3, not 2.1.4. :wink:

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Post by the_guy » Wed Oct 18, 2006 4:59 pm

I'd say MS06-030 and MS06-032, but I don't know.

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Post by MrNxDmX » Wed Oct 18, 2006 5:13 pm

JP wrote:Which update has superseded the KB900387?
KB900387 contains 2 files for xp sp2,
mrxsmb.sys is updated in KB918334,
Tcpip.sys is updated in KB917953.

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Post by JP » Thu Oct 19, 2006 5:59 am

MrNxDmX wrote:
JP wrote:Which update has superseded the KB900387?
KB900387 contains 2 files for xp sp2,
mrxsmb.sys is updated in KB918334,
Tcpip.sys is updated in KB917953.
You're a star. Thanks

I only needed to know cus people wanted to know why they hadn't got 'that patch' in their add remove programs and were blaming all their offline folder problems on it.

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Post by JP » Mon Oct 23, 2006 6:46 am

Ok guys, the final input.

It seems the problem I had was due to me running the KBxxxxx /Integrate AFTER I had used the Update Pack 2.1.3 in the i386 folder. It seems to cause some issues with the Windows Drivers Logo Testing bit.

I have now used the 2.1.3 update and changed the EULA.txt and the TITLE.WM_ files in the CD, and added my winnt.sif file and its all working fine and installing without prompts.

:D

Thanks for all your help guys.

JP

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Post by darkradx » Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:30 am

Before you use /integrate:<xxxx>
you may extract some .in_ files to .inf, for example, svcpack.in_

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