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2 Questions about driver.cab

Post by Jamshed_11946 » Wed Nov 19, 2008 8:36 am

I have two questions about onepeice's AIO UP
1---How can i remove ISDN drivers from driver.cab by using RVMi.(maybe an adon for this)?
2---How can i add aditional drivers via RVMi in driver.cab??

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Post by Jamshed_11946 » Fri Nov 21, 2008 9:01 am

no one is interested in my question.
experts plz help me.

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Re: 2 Questions about driver.cab

Post by ccl0 » Fri Nov 21, 2008 10:02 am

Jamshed_11946 wrote:I have two questions about onepeice's AIO UP
1---How can i remove ISDN drivers from driver.cab by using RVMi.(maybe an adon for this)?
2---How can i add aditional drivers via RVMi in driver.cab??
you can do both of these easily via nlite

no idea how to do it with rvmi

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Post by 5eraph » Fri Nov 21, 2008 10:19 am

nLite can slipstream drivers into an installation source, but I have it on good authority that nLite does not add drivers to driver.cab. It can only update existing files in driver.cab.

[drivercab_move] in entries.ini will add files using RVMi, but I believe this functionality is limited to update packs. Whether the new files work as intended is for you to determine on your own. Corresponding entries in DosNet.inf and TxtSetup.sif are also necessary.

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Re: 2 Questions about driver.cab

Post by Jamshed_11946 » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:59 am

clandren wrote:
Jamshed_11946 wrote:I have two questions about onepeice's AIO UP
1---How can i remove ISDN drivers from driver.cab by using RVMi.(maybe an adon for this)?
2---How can i add aditional drivers via RVMi in driver.cab??
you can do both of these easily via nlite

no idea how to do it with rvmi
Hi clandren!!!!!
nlite can't add drivers directly to driver.cab but it creates a folder named nldvr for integrated drivers.
As 5eraph said ,i think [drivercab_move] is limited to update packs and not for external drivers.

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Post by ricktendo64 » Fri Nov 21, 2008 1:04 pm

DriverPacks is also a good alternative

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