magic dis-integration ?

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magic dis-integration ?

Post by Botus » Mon Dec 05, 2011 6:45 pm

I've been getting an odd error crop up. Using win xp pro sp3 source, sucessfully integrated onepiece's latest 5.2 update pack and ricks media centre addon together (using RVMi 1.6.1b2.1).

then after seperate integration of these addons:
YumeYao_WIC_Update_Addon_1_2_0.cab |Addon_7z920_ELiTE.7z |Addon_AdobeReader_1011.7z |Addon_Attribute_6.2.7z |Addon_FastStone Capture 5.3.cab |Addon_Foxy_DVDShrink_3.2.0.15_v1.1.cab |Addon_HashTab 4.0.0.cab |Addon_ImageResizer-Powertoy-v1.2_OrcoXP.cab |Addon_TbarShuffle25_ELiTE.7z |Addon_uTorrent221B25154_ELiTE.7z |Addon_xable_CalcPlus-v1.3.cab |Addon_xable_PageDefrag-v1.0.cab |defraggler208373_elite_Addon.7z |Java7u1_dual.exe |OnePiece_Unlocker_v1.9.1_AddOn_INTL.cab |Ricks_CCleaner3.13.1600_Intl_addon.7z |SFX_Qt-lite_4.1.0.exe |winrep153_elite_Addon.7z |YumeYao_MicrosoftVC78910RuntimeLibraries_MixedAddon_2_0_7.7z.

something magically removes the MEDIACTR folder and files out of CMPNENTS ... as I build it all step by step, if I go back to the the first step and take a copy of MEDIACTR and put it back again it builds a disc that seems to install without errors.

No idea why, but it happens every time. Its only afterwards when adding the key using nlite, that this warns you of the missing meida centre files in CMPNENTS that allows you know your building a broken disc

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Post by Botus » Thu Dec 08, 2011 4:28 pm

I can confirm when you run a second integration using RVMi 1.6.1b2.1, (after first run was to add onepiece update pack and ricks media centre addon together as instructed here... http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php? ... h-11-2011/ ), to add other addons as listed above. Something deletes the MEDIACTR folder and files out of CMPNENTS

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Post by bphlpt » Thu Dec 08, 2011 4:53 pm

If I remember correctly, that sounds suspiciously like either an addon or an option within RVMi is "slimming" the build, which is normally fine since those folders are not used EXCEPT when you are trying to make a Media Center version, ... as you are. :)

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Post by Kelsenellenelvian » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:29 pm

Ricks addons are NOT rvmi friendly!

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Post by bphlpt » Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:20 am

Kelsenellenelvian wrote:Ricks addons are NOT rvmi friendly!
@Kel, I had been under the same impression as you that rick's addon was only compatible with nLite, and I think that was true for a long time, but apparently that is no longer true. Rick responded to your statement over at wincert:
ricktendo64 wrote:
Kelsenellenelvian wrote:Could that be because rick's addons are NOT rvmi compatable???
There is a RVMi compatible addon available on 1st post...not my addons fault the integrator deletes those folders
The first post here - http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php? ... h-11-2011/ shows this link info:
Integrate at the same time/with a updatepack
http://www.filesonic.com/file/238670916 ... CE05_en.7z
March 11, 2011 RVMI compatible
MD5: 54cd3b90f4a625af179b91ab3b937e92
Size: 165 MB
So assuming he used the right addon, there are two and the other one is NOT RVMi compatible, he can indeed use RVMi.

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Post by Botus » Fri Dec 09, 2011 11:40 am

bphlpt wrote: MD5: 54cd3b90f4a625af179b91ab3b937e92
Size: 165 MB

I'm using 54CD3B90F4A625AF179B91AB3B937E92 and it WORKS... but you MUST put the folder back in after integrator (or something) takes it out. Thats why I posted here not on wincert.

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Post by 5eraph » Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:56 pm

Copy your XP source manually to prevent RVMi from removing folders. Leave Destination Directory blank.

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