Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL

Windows 2000 Professional Update Pack discussion.
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Post by nonno fabio » Mon Jun 28, 2010 10:02 am

Do you mean a .net 1.1 removal addon?
This is rather simple to build. The uninstallation of a "true-integrated" 1.1 on a live system is not so easy, instead.

If a removal addon is enough, Onepiece can let it available in a few time.
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Post by Kelsenellenelvian » Mon Jun 28, 2010 1:05 pm

Yes a removal addon

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Post by nonno fabio » Tue Jun 29, 2010 2:49 am

So, good news: you can use the one for WinXP: it works with 2000 too.

Here is its entries.ini file

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by OnePiece
;#######################################################################################################
;This section contains version information to nLite & RyanVM Integrator Entries_RDotNetA.ini
;# a huge thanks to all Italian guys (in particular  and special thanks to Nonno Fabio)
;# Huge thanks to all guys of WinCert Forum and Eng2ITA Forum and RyanVM Forum
;# This file contains a list of all necessary entries to add in the various installation
;# files of Windows for the integration of OnePiece Windows_XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack AddOn.
;#######################################################################################################

;This section contains version info for nLite & RVM_Integrator
[general]
builddate=2010/03/14
description=OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack
language=ALL
title=OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack
version=1.0
website=http://voidseesaw.com/onepiece/
Windows=XP

;Removes files from i386 which are no longer necessary
[obsolete_files]
NETFX11.inf
NETFX11.cab

;This section contains a list of obsolete hotfixes which shouldn't be installed
[obsolete]
NetFx11
KB933854
KB953298

[DeleteLinesWith]
I386\SYSOC.inf,NETFX11
If you change "netfx11" with "netfx20" and remove [obsolete] section, you can make a win2k netfx2 removal addon
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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Jun 30, 2010 8:59 am

Found a bug with ocgen.dll during the uninstallation.
You can fix your running system without the need to reinstall Windows:
Download this:
NetFX_Repair_For_Win2K_UpdatePackv4.8.0.cab
http://www.adrive.com/public/b33d686b69 ... df754.html
http://ifile.it/3ra7lpz/NetFX_Repair_Fo ... v4.8.0.cab
http://www.qooy.com/files/50WYSPWN/NetF ... v4.8.0.cab
http://www.uploadjockey.com/download/63 ... v4.8.0.cab
http://www.filefactory.com/file/b254h0f ... v4.8.0.cab
Hash MD5 5ACDA724869FB4504B3105D3BAF55518
Size: 859.7 Kb (880326 bytes)

extract the whole archive, run Netfx_repair.inf then restart Windows.

If you need to rebuild a new Windows 2000 disc, simply add .net 2.0 addon for w2k over UpdatePack. This will overwrite existing files. use UpdatePack v5.0.0 final.
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Post by pdl808 » Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:29 pm

Will there be a final update to fix the ocgen.dll bug?

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Post by nonno fabio » Thu Jul 15, 2010 2:57 am

v5.0.0 is the last release. Also WU dropped W2k definitively. All bugs are fixed. MRT is updated to v3.9 but WU doesn't allow you to do it automatically. If you like to keep MRT updated in your source, next Patch Tuesday download MRT manually and change pack mrt.exe file with new one.
Goodbye.
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Post by Kelsenellenelvian » Thu Jul 15, 2010 2:59 am

Thank you sir!

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Post by jsp » Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:14 am

Very very Thanks Sir!

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Post by mikeypsquared » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:46 am

Thank you very much for your hard work on this project! :D

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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:44 am

you're welcome, mates.
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Post by Vista » Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:24 am

Hello,
can i use Windows 2000 SP4 ISO or do i need win 2000 SP4 With Rollupack (KB891861) ??
to use with this update pack ???

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Post by Kelsenellenelvian » Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:28 am

rulluppack is included!

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Post by Vista » Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:09 pm

thank you and in Windows 2000, windows folder in C: was called "WINNT" and Doc and settings" was called just " Users" ,but when using the onepiece pack i get the windows xp style folder naming(windows instead of winnt, etcc...), why is this ???

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Post by nonno fabio » Mon Aug 16, 2010 10:24 am

never seen this before... in all our test with updated CD (with w2k updatepack, I hope you've this, not XP one... ;) ) windows folder is always Winnt
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modular update pack

Post by mikeypsquared » Fri Aug 20, 2010 5:02 pm

I was wondering since no further work is being developed on win2k/updatepack, i was wondering if i could have an explaining how to make your entries.ini modular; ie only integrate Updates and not flash/silverlight/.net 2

such as a commented selection in entries.ini;these belong to flash, or .net so i can customize it and buid a ONLY critical updates addon. You've done some good work, but i was hoping for just WU. I could try it myself, as i have an idea of what to strip out of the ini and files, but id rather ask you if you wouldn't mind?

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Post by nonno fabio » Mon Aug 23, 2010 2:36 am

It's not so easy. Win2k UP is more like a genuine Service Pack compared to other Onepiece's Updatepacks: additions are done directly from syssetup.inf file, there's not even a svcpack folder.

Anyway Win2k Updatepack is also the slimmer one: updated source always fit a regular CD.
So if you can't remove them, you could disable their integration by manually modifying .inf files. For example,
Silverlight and Flash:
extract OPMW2kUP.in_ file and change these lines

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 [Optional Components]
        OPMW2kUP
        MSXML4
        MSXML6
        Silverlight
        MicrosoftUpdate
        SWFlash
to

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 [Optional Components]
        OPMW2kUP
        MSXML4
        MSXML6
        ;Silverlight
        MicrosoftUpdate
        ;SWFlash
dotnet2
open sysoc.inf file and delete:

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netfx20=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,netfx20.inf,,7
then open dimaps.inf file and in [strings] section change:

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  [strings]
    ;Non-Localizable strings
    .....
    .....
    URTVersion = "v2.0.50727"
    ....
    ....
to

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[strings]
    ;Non-Localizable strings
    .....
    .....
    URTVersion = "v1.1.4322"
    ....
    ....
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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:44 am

Updated.

A note about Silverlight. v4 is now included in UpdatePack. Windows 2000 is not listed in availables OSes for Silverlight 5. Anyway seems it works flawlessy. So if you want to give it a try, you can integrate Silverlight v5 addon (DL links available in first post) over your win2k source. NB it needs the presence of Onepiece's w2k updatepack, it can't be used alone.
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Post by nonno fabio » Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:37 am

If someone could help TheBlackCat to request these W2k hotfixes http://thehotfixshare.net/board/index.p ... =16961&hl= it would be really nice...
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Post by tomasz86 » Mon Feb 27, 2012 6:30 am

nonno fabio, I guess you've seen this post? ^^

These custom updates cost big $$$ so I doubt anyone will be able to request them ;) unless they leak on the Internet there probably no chance to obtain them.

And here is the full list. None of the URLs work anymore.

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Post by nonno fabio » Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:54 am

you know, never say never ;)
Anyway, thanks
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Post by tomasz86 » Sat Mar 03, 2012 1:19 am

By the way,

Would it be a problem to update this pack with the updated versions of .NET 1.1 & .NET 2.0 addons?

@EDIT

and just one suggestion - what do you think about adding the four custom updates mentioned above?

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Post by nonno fabio » Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:31 am

No problems at all, it's the way Onepiece usually suggests when he got no time to update the whole pack.

When there will be time to rebuild the updatepack, Onepiece will consider to add the custom updates you kindly provide.

Thanks
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Post by tomasz86 » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:53 pm

I want to add some important info about the custom updates:

1) 983838, 2347290, 2483185 are perfectly fine and unproblematic.
2) 2482017 is not compatible with WildBill's unofficial packages (mainly 2479628). It breaks the new 32-bit icon support intruduced by WB and the system becomes almost unusable (some icons not displayed, etc.).

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Post by molecule » Sun Sep 16, 2012 4:21 pm

Using a 2000 sp4 system, running RyanVM Integrator v 1.6.1b2.1, I'm trying to integrate 2000 Post-SP4 Update Pack v5.0.2 Final Enu with a 2000 SP4 oem source.

Using Daemon iso as source E:\ (E:\I386 is folder), and hdd D:\... as target, for some reason Integrator asks for location of network install file for SP4. Integrator didn't recognize my SP4 oem? when SP4 network pack tried to install, it did, and install failsl? edit--I had been swapping hdds and got lost which one was in, but I can confirm that it was a std M$ CD 2ksp4 oem install, and not a HFSLIP from tomasz86. I haven't tried Integrator with his.

When fed the location of W2KSP4_EN.EXE, a red-X message pops up saying SP4 can't be installed on top of itself. (something like that ...)

If I esc-out or if I return [OK] on the red-X, or if I esc-out of the file location request, integration is stopped.

edit -- I get same results with Integrator v1.6. I couldn't find v1.6.1. the nLite workaround appears to work ... don't know why codebox doesn't work below ...

[code]
2012-09-16_16.14.42
Log Startup @ 16:14:42 local time, on September 16, 2012.

Running OS: WIN_2000 Service Pack 4 X86
RVMIntegrator v1.6.1 beta2.1

"D:\1system\2builders\3RyanVMi\RVM_Integrator_1.6.1b2.1.exe"

16:14:42 - English - Windows 2000 Professional x86 - OEM SP4 Found
16:15:00 - English - Windows 2000 Professional x86 - OEM SP4 Found
16:15:00 -
16:15:00 - Source Location = E:
16:15:00 - Destination Path = D:\1system\2builders\99buildsOut
16:15:00 - Destination Size = 218.37 GB
16:15:00 - Working Directory = D:\1system\2builders\99buildsOut\I386
16:15:00 - Temp Directory = D:\1system\2builders\99buildsOut\I386\rvmtemp
16:15:00 -
16:15:00 - Starting Integration
16:15:00 -
16:15:00 - Copying Files To The Destination Directory.
16:15:00 - Copying Working Directory...
16:15:38 - 5345 Files Copied in 38 Seconds
16:15:38 -
16:15:38 - Checking Destination For OS Type.
16:15:38 - English - Windows 2000 Professional x86 - OEM RTM Found
16:15:38 -
16:15:38 - Extracting OnePiece_w2kpostSP4_UpdatePack_v502_final_ENU.7z
16:16:05 - MD5 Hash = 6ffbbb3fa1123001dd0d91ae0d4ce58d
16:16:05 - Clearing any Read Only Attributes.
16:16:06 -
16:16:07 - SP4 for Windows 2000 needs to be slipstreamed into the destination.
16:16:07 - Asking user for SP4 network install file...
16:16:19 - User cancelled out of service pack slipstream attempt.
16:16:19 -
16:16:19 - Verifying service pack level of destination...
16:16:19 - English - Windows 2000 Professional x86 - OEM RTM Found
16:16:19 -
16:16:19 - ERROR: Service pack level of destination has not changed and is too low for chosen update pack.
16:16:19 - Notifying user and terminating program with exit code 1...

Log Shutdown @ 2012-09-16 16:16:24 local time.
[/code]

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Post by Nameless Mofo » Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:05 am

Nonno/Onepiece, when I try to use this addon on a clean SP4 source, I get errors during setup.

I am testing it using Virtualbox 4.2.0, host OS Win 7 64-bit.

The error I get comes after it says it's installing networking components, during the "completing installation of Microsoft .NET framework 2" stage. The error is a CMD windows pops up saying "secedit.exe: An extended error has occurred. Task is completed with error. See log c:\winnt\security\logs\hfsecupd.log for detail info."

But I can't see that file because the VM reboots immediately after and setup starts all over again.

Am I doing something wrong?

EDIT: ok finally got past the infinite reboot somehow, here is the contents of my setuperr.log:

BEGIN SETUPERR --------------------------------------------------------------

Error:

The signature for D:\I386\DTCSETUP.CAT is invalid. The error code is 800b0110.

The certificate is not valid for the requested usage.


***

Error:

The signature for D:\I386\DTCSETUP.CAT is invalid. The error code is 800b0110.

The certificate is not valid for the requested usage.


***

Error:
setupqry: (0x6) LoadPerfCounterTextStrings() Failed

***

Error:
setupqry: (0x80070006) Aborting: Caught an exception

***

Error:
setupqry: (0x80070006) CompleteInstallation Failed

***

Error:
Setup detected that the system file named [c:\winnt\inf\drvindex.inf] is not signed properly
by Microsoft. This file could not be restored to the correct Microsoft version.
Use the SFC utility to verify the integrity of the file.

***

Error:
Setup detected that the system file named [c:\winnt\system32\syssetup.dll] is not signed properly
by Microsoft. This file could not be restored to the correct Microsoft version.
Use the SFC utility to verify the integrity of the file.

***

END SETUPERR ------------------------------------------------------------
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Post by Nameless Mofo » Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:08 am

@molecule, I get the same issue. I work around it by making source = destination, so I copy my SP4 source to a new location and let the integrator work on the new copy in place.

Also saw an issue where i386 folder was being renamed " i386" somehow (note the leading space character).

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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:38 am

Just done a test on a windows 2000 professional SP4 iso (EN_WIN2000_PRO_SP4.ISO md5 hash DDA6039F3A9173F0F6BFAE40F5EFDFEA) I've seen no problem at all.
You could search (or ask) for SP4 slipstream issues in RVM integrator forums: http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7123 or, better, http://siginetsoftware.com/forum/showth ... 1-Beta-2.1
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Post by Nameless Mofo » Wed Sep 26, 2012 11:34 am

nonno fabio wrote:Just done a test on a windows 2000 professional SP4 iso (EN_WIN2000_PRO_SP4.ISO md5 hash DDA6039F3A9173F0F6BFAE40F5EFDFEA) I've seen no problem at all.
You could search (or ask) for SP4 slipstream issues in RVM integrator forums: http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7123 or, better, http://siginetsoftware.com/forum/showth ... 1-Beta-2.1
Hmm, ok. Did you use RVMI 1.6.1 beta 2.1 or some other version?

I'll try making an ISO of my SP4 source with RVMI and see if my MD5 matches yours. Did you download your ISO or make it yourself?

Thanks for looking into this for me BTW.

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Post by OnePiece Alb » Wed Sep 26, 2012 11:51 am

Nameless Mofo wrote: Did you use RVMI 1.6.1 beta 2.1 or some other version?
Yes RVMI 1.6.1 beta 2.1
Nameless Mofo wrote: Did you download your ISO or make it yourself?
Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack has been tested always in Windows 2000 SP4 (integrated manually) and also in Windows 2000 SP4 MSDN ISO, never had any problems

try searching in google for MSDN ISO

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EN_WIN2000_PRO_SP4.ISO
SHA1: 4A4569B303163A53927109954A9F30E89CFEAD29
and perhaps find some Website certified by microsoft where you can legally download the MSDN ISO for example from websites like http://www.heidoc.net/joomla/technology ... /microsoft ect ect

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Post by molecule » Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:58 pm

thank you one piece, and nono fabio, and nameless mofo (edit -- all this time, I thought nono and one piece were one in the same)

as noob, when I first ran ryanVMi I hadn't yet realized that it makes good sense to set the output dir = source dir (how could it be any other way?)

when I ran Update Pack v5.0.2 with RVMI 1.6.1 b2.1 in a 2k machine, it ran flawlessly!! THANKS!!

this might be an irrelevant side note relative to need for RVMI in 2K to have source=output ... there is something happening between ? my bios + usb controller in a P43neo3f MSI mobo with AMI bios v1.3 running 2k of course ... in order to see a Boot USB, bios has to scan hdds (USBs) in "Legacy mode" (i.e. no legacy mode = no boot usb ... a nice safety feature actually) ... In RVMI, when I press the [...] button to open Select Source Location, I get a list of drives ... but when I first select a drive, I have to click through a series of red(X) errors ... 2K looks for a missing bootUSB even though it had been properly withdrawn ... perhaps its my 2ksp4 system sitting on top of a ICH10 with XP drivers for USB ... so is probably not related to need for source=output in RVMI in 2K but ...

back to the point, does RVMI integrate KB975560 for DX9 gaming?

I ran one piece's UpdatePack 502 with

an Addon cab built for DX9 gaming version Feb-2010 using bphlpt's DXCB DirectX Collector Builder at [url="http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8517"]link[/url] 109 meg reduced down to 12 meg ... nice

plus two MS patches for Dx9 gaming, 975560 for Dx9 gaming and 975562.

Thus, SP4iso-gold + 4 files: 1 update 502 + 3 addons ... cab by DXCB + two MS exe patches.)

Update Pack 502 has Dx9c (std?), so I'm assumed it includes the 975560 for 9c std in 2k, and not the same KB-number (arghh) for 2k with Dx 9 gaming.

Long story short, in the RVMI iso, the quartz.dll update v6.5.1.914 is included in the I386/SVCPACK folder via Windows2000-DirectX9-KB975562-x86-ENU.exe.

However, using my file searcher (which admittedly doesn't search inside cab files), the file msyuv.dll v5.3.0.901 from Windows2000-DirectX9-KB975560-x86-ENU.exe is not

I'm no .inf maven (I can hardly read them!), but it looks like it should be included ... When I run the same 4-files in nLite (which develops an entirely different iso structure, in which case my file searcher can fine it) the file is included under I386 of the final iso.

Would be lovely if someone who knew INFs could convert the reg file to inf for the 48bit LBA patch for 2k. I must be a terrible searcher but I can't find a reg2inf converter ... the cloud links are there but it seems the great file manager in the "cloud" has removed all their copies

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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:43 pm

Long story short, in the RVMI iso, the quartz.dll update v6.5.1.914 is included in the I386/SVCPACK folder via Windows2000-DirectX9-KB975562-x86-ENU.exe.
Quartz.dll file is default in win2k sp4. It is updated, non added, by updatepack and its latest update is Windows2000-KB975560-x86-ENU and not Windows2000-DirectX9-KB975560-x86-ENU; Windows2000-DirectX9-KB975560-x86-ENU contains v6.5.1.913

Also Msyuv.dll is a Win 2k default file, present inside driver.cab.
Onepiece's updatepack updates it directly in "true mode, not using Sysoc.inf, like all DirectX or WMP9 files and so on.
In fact you will not see any Svcpack folder addition due to updatepack integration.

After a basic integration on a clean CD and updatepack you will find this:
Image
If not, something went wrong in the integration process and you must start again from scratch.

About Reg2inf, see here:
http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8946
http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9945
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Post by OnePiece Alb » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:03 pm

molecule wrote: an Addon cab built for DX9 gaming version Feb-2010 using bphlpt's DXCB DirectX Collector Builder at link 109 meg reduced down to 12 meg ... nice
DirectX 9 are already present in Update Pack, does not need to integrate after Update Pack other addon

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Post by Nameless Mofo » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:05 pm

Thanks nonno and onepiece for the reply. So of course I made the ISO of my source and the md5 did not match, so I found an ISO and downloading it to try.

Since so many others are reporting no issues, I'm beginning to suspect a bug in Virtualbox of some kind. Do you guys test your packs with Virtualbox, VMware, VirtualPC, real hardware? All of the above? None of the above?

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Post by OnePiece Alb » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:21 pm

Always used vmware, but I do not think that others create problems

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Post by molecule » Wed Sep 26, 2012 7:23 pm

thanks nonno fabio and one piece!!
nonno fabio wrote:... Also Msyuv.dll is a Win 2k default file, present inside driver.cab. ... In fact you will not see any Svcpack folder addition due to updatepack integration.
there it is big and fat ... in drivers.cab! ... I should have seen it ... still learning ... thank you ... I don't have a VM yet to test in so I have to free up a hdd to build

re setting EnableBigLBA ... KB303013 for XP has this inf file for 48bit EnableBigLba

Copy the following text into Notepad and save the text as the 48bitLba.inf file:

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[version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"
SetupClass=BASE

[DefaultInstall]
AddReg=48bitlba.Add.Reg

[48bitlba.Add.Reg]
HKLM,"System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Atapi\Parameters","EnableBigLba",0x10001,1
I was wondering about the last value ... 0x0001 ... KB305098 and other .reg examples for 2k uses a DWORD value of 0x1 or 0x00000001, instead of 0x10001 ... maybe 0x10001 is .inf speak for DWORD? and the value is 1?

I'm adding this tweak to the thread because other users of this WONDERFUL UpdatePack might be building LBA hdds and a 2k version for this tweak in inf format is hard to find.

edit -- I just remembered ... I built a Onepiece 502 machine using nLite, then I ran RVMI ... I missed the tweak in nLite for 48bit LBAs ... I was thinking of devices and system, it was under Explorer ... I had a 500G hdd mounted without 48bit flag set ... I didn't read or write to it thank goodness, but win 2K was having an aweful time with assigning drive letters ... it couldn't figure out what letters to assign ... thus the red-(X) messages

possible moral, if you're trying to run RVMI in a 2K machine with a hdd larger than 128G, and don't have the LBA flag set, then the system ends up in some kind of loop trying to assign drive letters for all the other drives as well ... Thus, even if the big hdd is not used, it will still gag the system ... and that might be what RVMI was catching on??
OnePiece Alb wrote:DirectX 9c august 2004 are already present in Update Pack ...
I thought directx9c_redist.ext (35,113,704b) was called "9x standard" ... while "9x gaming" added an additional set of commands or hooks or whatever? I'm also assuming that today's audio and media players probably assume command set for 9x gaming (with versions like directx_feb2010_redist.ext)? -- is the command set, or hooks or whatever, in Dx9C standard the same as in Dx9 "gaming" (just with more shading or whatever ... which I don't care about)?

thanks!

PS @one piece ... is your avatar a Leonardo? it's awesome!
all the platonic solids are created by sexigesimal modulation of rotational action ... the tetrahedron for example is modulo 3

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Post by nonno fabio » Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:47 am

Don't ask for a different configuration of Onepiece's XP AIO Update Pack: use one of the existing vanilla XP UpdatePack with your preferred addons instead

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Post by OnePiece Alb » Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:53 am

molecule wrote: @one piece ... is your avatar a Leonardo? it's awesome!
Girl with a Pearl Earring

Ciao.

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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:05 am

New release (sse changelog).
All link were down so this was the opportunity to tidy up and refresh everything.
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Post by molecule » Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:48 am

this might be completely unnecessary information ... I hadn't brought it up earlier since I figured the 2K updatepack was kind of settled ... there's a hotfix that doesn't appear on your list and didn't appear on formerly bristol's (now tomasz86's) comprehensive 2K list (including Hotfix By Request's) ... tomasz86 says the versions have been superceded in his update pack but he's developing an extended post-MS version. I don't know if it was ever superceded by strict MS patches. If not, it might be a valuable HBR that somehow went unnoticed. (It's also be the kind of hotfix that MS might not have advertised because it pushes 2K too close to their next product XP ...)

KB816542 - XP Low Fragmentation Heap Algorithm is Available for 2000

I'm not an expert on files and versions, so I thought I'd share the info ... as noted on bbs for Video LAN installs, this HBR fixes a fairly common error message ... installation produces an entry point error "The procedure entry point HeapSetInformation could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"

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re onepiece ... your avatar reminds me of picture with a similar thought of innocence in it ... Singer with a Candle Galleria Doria Pamphilij, Rome ... for a long time the artist was unknown. that was where I thought I had first seen your avatar ... Girl with a Cangle is singing "bel canto" (which Leonardo studied and taught) in bel canto, you learn to sing happily at full volume ... the candle is used as a primitive biofeedback device ... when your singing is correct then even at full volume you will not cause even the slightest flicker of the cangle flame ... the singer controls the sound in a feedback loop between the vocal chords and the sinuses and the sound "lasers" out from there ... carrying mental/emotional thoughts with it from the limbic parts of the brain ... thus proving Helmholtz theory of sound by bumbing molecules a fraud ... with belcanto, sound is more like a transfer of electrical energy (or direct mental energy!) than of thermal (bumping molecules) energy ... Girl with a Pearl Earing also looks like she is just starting to sing a note as well ... and then she looks back at her boyfriend in the choir to see if he notices her ... (haha ... childhood memories!)
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Post by tomasz86 » Wed Oct 24, 2012 2:56 pm

molecule wrote:tomasz86 says the versions have been superceded in his update pack but he's developing an extended post-MS version. I don't know if it was ever superceded by strict MS patches. If not, it might be a valuable HBR that somehow went unnoticed.
I don't think I said anything about it being superseded by my update pack :o I said that it was obsolete because there were newer versions of all of the files available in other places. In this particular case the "other places" mean other M$ official updates.


@nonno fabio

Thank you for the updated release. M$ has officially released the latest IE Cumulative Update for Win2k. How about adding it to the Update Pack?

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Post by nonno fabio » Wed Oct 24, 2012 4:32 pm

thank all fo you for pointing these out.
W2k updatepack has not been dropped at all: onepiece will take a look at your suggestions an maybe will refresh the pack again before the end of this year
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Post by naggy » Sat Nov 17, 2012 7:47 am

Thank you, nonno fabio! This is a good job.

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Re: Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL

Post by kinjo » Tue Jan 10, 2017 3:12 am

I am Having BAD POOL CALLER Problem in my PC.

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Re: Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL

Post by kinjo » Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:27 am

kinjo wrote:
Tue Jan 10, 2017 3:12 am
I am Having BAD POOL CALLER Problem in my PC.
Here’s the mail I got for my problem

When did the problem start? Did you recently add or remove any hardware or software?
The details provided suggest memory corruption may occurring. This can be attributable to hardware failure (faulty RAM, for example), or a bad/buggy driver, or a driver that is not meant for the version of Windows you are using. The dumps will offer further guidance.
General guidance for dealing with bluescreens:
Consider running chkdsk on all partitions. Let chkdsk complete on each partition and see if that helps.
Also consider running SFC /SCANNOW.
It can be helpful to use Driver Verifier. To enable Driver Verifier... start->verifier.exe->OK->Create standard settings->Next->select driver names from a list->Next->sort by Provider->select all non-Microsoft drivers->Finish, and OK your way out of the dialog.
Then, reboot and use the system as you normally would, and wait for a problem. In the event that the system does not boot completely after enabling driver verifier, boot into Safe Mode and run driver verifier, and tell it to delete the changes.
Wait for a bugcheck to occur after enabling verifier as described, and then upload the dump to your SkyDrive, and provide a link.
If you boot into safe mode, do you still experience bugchecks? What about if you do a clean boot, or device clean boot?
Consider testing memory with Windows Memory Diagnostic or memtest86. Note that memory that passes tests is not necessarily good memory - it just hasn't failed a test. Consider systematically eliminating RAM from the system - run with a couple of modules for a while, and see how things go. Then try the other modules.
Other common suggestions include ensuring drivers are up to date, as well as ensuring that you're using the latest BIOS.

Or otherwise try this - BAD POOL CALLER – Explained With Solution

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