how to remove "ContextMenuExt.dll "

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how to remove "ContextMenuExt.dll "

Post by vyas_vipul » Wed Jul 13, 2005 5:00 am

first i would like to say .. RyanVM's Windows XP Post-SP2 Update Pack is awsome.... i hold nothing against it

but only one thing that bothers me is that "copy to move to" in context menu

is it possible to remove it? :idea:

durin install or after install

i use nLite to install RyanVM's Windows XP Post-SP2 Update Pack Full

i can navigate to reg context menu and remove it after the install xp but it still appears in most of the icons when i right click on them so

thanks in advance

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Post by RyanVM » Wed Jul 13, 2005 7:13 am

Search. It's been asked and answered before.
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Post by vyas_vipul » Wed Jul 13, 2005 9:41 pm

thanks for reply ryan... i should have searched before askin the "?"

well i found couple of postes relatein to remove context menu items

as you replyed in couple that edit RVMUpPck.inf and recompress it

but i cant find "RVMUpPack.inf" as per "skip9" it has already been compressed in the .cab file as RVMUpPck.IN_

and final suggestion was that unregister the DLL

i tried serchin the dll but i cant find it ... so should can i make xp cd with nlite and before makein .iso i look for the dll or after installin i should search for dll ?


so far i have sucsessfully integrated 2 cds of MCE 2005 into one cd with RyanVM's Windows XP Post-SP2 Update Pack Full

i tried extractin Update pack and repack it but i cant get better compression as you do .. i am not to good with command lines applications

so if there is any other way .. or wat dll i should look for ?

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Post by RyanVM » Wed Jul 13, 2005 10:41 pm

The DLL is in system32

You should be able to just run "regsvr32 /u ContextMenuExt.dll" from a command prompt/batch file
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