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Postby 5eraph » Thu Oct 23, 2008 3:48 pm

Updated to 2008-10_2. :)

I've never noticed that reset option, TranceEnergy.
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Postby HJW » Thu Oct 23, 2008 6:54 pm

5eraph wrote:Updated to 2008-10_2. :)



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Postby TranceEnergy » Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:57 am

Well i wont be trying it again unless its in a vmware =) Everything i tried to restore wua v6 failed.
So far ie 8 beta 2 is working just fine. That is, i dont use it, just install it. =)
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Postby firestorm90 » Mon Nov 10, 2008 4:26 am

Hello. I would ask you: is it possible to use this Update Pack with Windows Server 2003 x64, because it shares with XP64 the same updates, or are there some known issues?. Thanks.

PS: Excellent work for your UpdatePack, 5eraph. You're great.


Sorry for probably bad english, but I'm Italian, so....
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Postby 5eraph » Mon Nov 10, 2008 5:55 am

I wouldn't recommend it, firestorm90. There are enough differences between XP x64 and 2003 x64 to potentially cause problems. Some updates for 2003 do not apply to XP, such as those dealing with cluster servers. Several other updates have OS-specific branches, such as KB925876-v2, KB940349-v3 and KB944043-v5. In cases with multiple OS branches, I always use the IP branch (for XP).
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Postby firestorm90 » Mon Nov 10, 2008 6:17 am

OK. I'll continue using XP 64 or I'll create a mine UpdatePack for Windows Server 2003 x64. Thanks for reply and good work for next release of this excellent UpdatePack. :) Bye.
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Postby 5eraph » Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:49 pm

Updated to 2008-11_1. :)
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Postby stevec4 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:52 pm

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Thanks for keeping this pack up...
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Postby stevec4 » Fri Nov 14, 2008 6:39 pm

Sorry if this is already discussed, I noticed this warning on quite a few files when I integrated the latest update.

Integrater 1.53 w\ update pack 11-1 and Ricks CCleaner addon


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18:31:40  - Processing 5eraph's Update Pack v2008-11_1   Build Date: 2008/11/12
18:31:40  -     Gathering Sysoc Entries
18:31:40  -     Gathering Entries for obsolete Cats
18:31:40  -     Gathering Dosnet.inf [Files] Entries
18:31:40  -     Gathering txtsetup.sif [SourceDisksFiles] and [WinntDirectories] Entries
18:31:40  - WARNING: Filename Exceeds 8.3 Format - waaclient.dll
18:31:40  - WARNING: Filename Exceeds 8.3 Format - waaclient.mui
18:31:40  - WARNING: Filename Exceeds 8.3 Format - wbitsprx4.dll
18:31:40  - WARNING: Filename Exceeds 8.3 Format - wimapi2fs.dll
         several dozen more removed to make the post managable
18:31:40  - WARNING: Filename Exceeds 8.3 Format - wtzchange.exe
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Postby 5eraph » Fri Nov 14, 2008 8:13 pm

It has been discussed, but bears repeating until something can be worked out with Siginet concerning the Integrator.

Those errors are specific to the 32-bit operating systems Microsoft has released--at least, those OSes that included WinNT.exe as a setup tool. As described by Microsoft, WinNT.exe is designed to be used from within MS-DOS, which does not support long file names. I believe, since Microsoft has never released a version of MS-DOS native to the x86-64 or Intel 64 architectures, that Microsoft chose not to include WinNT.exe in any x86-64 or Intel 64 operating system installation source.

In summary, long file name warnings from the Integrator may be ignored when working with 64-bit installation sources. Hopefully, the Integrator can be coded in such a way in the near future as to not give those warnings when they don't apply, such as in our case with Windows XP/2003 x64 Editions.
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Postby stevec4 » Sat Nov 15, 2008 8:24 am

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Thanks for the explanation.

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Postby Zpeedy » Mon Nov 17, 2008 3:49 pm

5eraph,

I am getting errors after integrating your latest pack - 11/2008. These were not present when using 10/2008. The errors appear in setuperr.log viz.

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Error:
Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\WINDOWS\system32\userenv.dll because of the following error:
DllInstall returned error 2147746132 (80040154).


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Error:
Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\WINDOWS\system32\eventcls.dll because of the following error:
DllInstall returned error 2147549183 (8000ffff).


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I have tried integrating using both nLite and RVM Integrator and get the same errors. I have also verified the checksum of the downloaded package. To attempt to narrow it down as much as possible, I have only integrated the pack with RVM and used nLite to add my SATA driver (AMD SB600) and have also used nLite for both tasks with the same results everytime.

I can attempt to provide more info if needed.

Thanks

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Postby 5eraph » Mon Nov 17, 2008 5:28 pm

Those files are associated with KB958246 and KB940349-v3, respectively. I could understand if the former were a bad hotfix since it was added for 2008-11_1, but the latter has been in the pack since 2008-09_1. I'm at a loss as to what could be causing those errors at the moment.

Please post the contents of your LAST SESSION.INI and I'll see if I can reproduce the problem and find a probable cause and solution.
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Postby Zpeedy » Thu Nov 20, 2008 1:38 am

Sorry about the delay - been recovering from a 'dreaded' BSOD.

I have managed to isolate the cause. I forgot that I normally integrate 4 add-ons alongside the update pack viz. your MP3 Lyrix and MS Signed Themes, Xable's HashTab and DougieFresh's DriveSpace. It is the last addon that results in the failure. BTW, the SFX version installs fine.

Although there are no errors posted during the integration sequence, the following symptoms appear after install. Neither IE nor OE are registered as the default applications and none of the add-ons appear to be installed.

Normal sequence is to use RVMI to integrate UpdatePack and 4 Addons then nLite to add my SATA, MB drivers and to remove a few unnecessary items i.e. extra keyboard and languages etc.

Hope this makes sense. I don't know whether you have the time or the inclination to verify my results.

Cheers

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Postby 5eraph » Thu Nov 20, 2008 6:45 pm

I don't have enough information to attempt to reproduce your symptoms; I'd still need your LAST SESSION.INI. But I can tell you that dougiefresh's link to DriveSpace_v5.1.1.8_AddOn_x64.cab was incorrectly pointing to his 32-bit addon. I have corrected the x64 file link and MD5 in his release post. You may want to download it again and give it another try.

I didn't realize Xable had an x64 HashTab addon. Thanks for mentioning it. :)
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Postby Zpeedy » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:56 am

Using the correct drivespace addon works. No errors.

Last Session.ini as follows:-

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[Main]
Env = 1.4.9.1 - 2.0.50727.1433.Microsoft Windows NT 5.2.3790 Service Pack 2
Target = Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP2 - 5.2.3790.3959 - English (United States)

[Tasks]
Integrate Drivers

[Components]
;# Compatibility #

[KeepFiles]
msconfig.exe

[RemoveFiles]
clock.avi
yahoo.bmp
swtchbrd.bmp

[Options]
ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings"
TargetPath = "WINDOWS"
temp_dir = %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp

[Patches]

[Services2]

[Tweaks]

[Unattended]
ComputerType = Automatic
MaximumDataStorePercentOfDisk = 12
RestorePointLife = 30
DesktopTheme = Default||
AutoUDay = 5
AutoUHour = 15
ProgFilesPath = "\Program Files"

[NetAdapter1]
connname = ""
macaddress = ""
ipaddress = "192.168.0.1"
subnetmask = "255.255.255.0"
defaultgateway = ""
dnsserver1 = ""
dnsserver2 = ""
winsserver = ""
netbiossetting = "0"
ipxnetworknumber = "00000000"
ipxnetworkframetype = "0xFF"

[GuiRunOnce]

[Drivers]
D:\XPCD Build\SATA Drivers\SB600\X64\AHCIX64.INF,Napa_amd64_ahci
D:\XPCD Build\Drivers\GMA69VMS2\AHCIX64.INF,0

[Hotfixes]

Another unexpected consequence of integrating the incorrect addon was the appearance on a message box at T-13 which complained about a shortage of virtual memory.

A little aside if I may, apart from WindowsBlinds, do you know of a program that will 'skin' an XP64 system?

Thanks once again for your help.

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Postby 5eraph » Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:37 pm

I had thought you did more with nLite than adding drivers. Since I don't have those drivers, I ran a couple tests using the following procedure:
  1. Started with clean XP x64 SP2 source with custom WinNT.sif.
  2. Used RVMi 1.5.3 with default settings to integrate the following:
    • 5er_UpdatePack_XPx64SP2_2008-11_1.7z
    • 5er_IE6Update_Addon_2008-10_1_x64.7z
    • 5er_MSSignedThemes_Addon_v6.0_x64.7z
    • 5er_WMPLyricsPlugin_v0.3_Addon_v2.1_x64.7z
    • DriveSpace_v5.1.1.8_AddOn_x64.cab
    • xable_HashTab-x64-v2.1.1_addon.cab
  3. Created ISO with RVMi.
  4. Tested ISO in VMware Server v1.0.8.
SetupErr.log came up clean. Everything seems to work properly for me.

Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any skinning applications for XP x64.
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Postby crashfly » Sun Nov 23, 2008 5:07 pm

I think the closest one is going to get to "skinning" in XP x64 is to use custom themes. I myself am partial to 5eraph's signed them pack. Not too much bloat, with a custom installer.

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Postby 5eraph » Wed Nov 26, 2008 7:35 am

Updated to 2008-11_2. Please read the Changelog for full details.

You're welcome, everybody. :)

Thanks, crashfly. :)
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Postby TranceEnergy » Wed Nov 26, 2008 10:06 am

5eraph : I've actually yet to try your update pack, but i find it weird you dont put unidriver as an high priority. I get a 150 us additional DPC latency without printer driver properly installed. Either with or without printer actually connected to computer. This is consistent among 2 different motherbards i've tried it on.
It also dont make sense to me, since the files are already existing on the xp 64 install media. I guess this is why i havent tried your pack yet.
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Postby 5eraph » Wed Nov 26, 2008 11:35 am

I think we're still misunderstanding each other. All updates listed in the first post are in the Update Pack, whether they're classified as high priority, optional or additional. Windows treats them the same.

Here's how I define the classifications:
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  • High Priority Updates - Updates labeled on the Microsoft Update website as High Priority. These are always in the pack in one form or other with the exception of IE7, which is a matter of preference more than anything else. If you want IE7 then you'll need to slipstream it with nLite after the Update Pack, but don't use the IE6 addon with IE7.
  • Optional Updates - Updates labeled on the Microsoft Update website as Optional. I choose these based on difficulty and personal preference. For example:
    • The .NETs are too difficult for me to add to an update pack, so I don't include them.
    • I dislike Windows Search, so that's out too.
    • There's already a great tool to slipstream WMP11, so I don't include that either.
    • Et cetera.
  • Additional Updates - Updates that I include that are not listed on the Microsoft Update website that I believe are worthy of inclusion in the Update Pack.
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Postby firestorm90 » Wed Nov 26, 2008 4:25 pm

Hello 5eraph. Very good job with new version of UpdatePack. Just now I've created my usual ISO with it. Perfect as always. However I would ask if the hotfix KB932755 can be a part of XP64 hotfixes or not because I can't really understand if it's applicable only on XP64 or 2K3x64. This is the official M$ download link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=F76941EE-3FC5-4C3F-9758-744EFCFDF780&displaylang=en. It updates seemingly two system files, precisely "diskdump.sys" and "storport.sys". Ahead of time thanks for your reply and help and sorry if I always disturb you with my stupid questions, but I'm a NOOB about updatepack and hotfixes. See you soon.

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Postby 5eraph » Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:24 am

Sorry for the delay, firestorm90. I've been busy with a holiday and a recent funeral.

There are no stupid questions. :)

KB932755 does seem to be applicable to XP x64. After some research, I've found that the latest version of the two affected files are included in KB950903, which coincides with TranceEnergy's findings and supersedes the following updates:KB950903 will be included in the next update pack.
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Postby firestorm90 » Fri Nov 28, 2008 12:05 pm

Thanks for reply. Good to know. However I've tried on virtual machine applying KB932755 and all went well, but effectively KB950903 is newer, so i'll update my custom ISOs next times with it until you'll release new UpdatePack. Thanks again and go on your way, you're great. See you soon.
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Postby George King » Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:05 am

Very nice, but 1 update missing... Can you add KB925148-v4?

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http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=F074D895-B387-4989-97A3-B813A74E918A&displaylang=en
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Postby firestorm90 » Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:12 am

George King wrote:Very nice, but 1 update missing... Can you add KB925148-v4?

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http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=F074D895-B387-4989-97A3-B813A74E918A&displaylang=en


I've experienced some problems integrating this hotfix/update through nLite, this because the hotfix is integrable only after installing a MUI Pack, otherwise error messages will appear. IMHO, it's possible integrate it cabbing the hotfix and inserting as last hotfix/update in nLite. However it's better wait for a 5eraph's answer. Bye and I hope I have helped you in some way.
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Postby 5eraph » Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:10 pm

firestorm90 is correct. An MUI Pack must be installed before KB925148-v4 according to Microsoft:

Microsoft wrote:You should only install this update if:
  • You already have a Windows Server 2003 MUI Pack for x64 Editions installed
  • AND you have either installed Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 for x64 Editions or you have installed Windows Server 2003 for x64 Editions integrated with Service Pack 2
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Postby 5eraph » Wed Dec 17, 2008 3:20 am

I've been getting hit hard in RL over the past month and of late was forced to take a ten day "vacation" without any advance notice; thereby missing this month's Patch Tuesday release window. For this I humbly apologize. I can't promise it won't happen again. I can only say that I will work to overcome such difficulties as quickly and efficiently as possible in the future.

As of now, I'm playing catch-up. There have been several QFE fixes released by Microsoft in my absence, and a new out of band security update is scheduled for release by Microsoft in just under ten hours. I'm expecting to release an updated pack within the next 24-36 hours, but please don't hold me to that estimate. I'll release "when it's ready."
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Postby TranceEnergy » Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:34 am

I feel you 5eraph. I'm having difficult IRL issues as well. But hey life is life, the show must go on anyway =)

At least 2009 will/must be a better year for me. Hope things get sorted out so you can enjoy x-mas! Cheers! xD
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Postby 5eraph » Sat Dec 20, 2008 2:27 am

Updated to 2008-12_1. Please read the Changelog for full details.

One further note concerning the HTML file:
    For easy access, an entry has been placed in Add/Remove Programs when "Show updates" has been ticked. This entry shows the Update Pack version and a link to the HTML file. To remove the entry, use the following addon. The addon will not remove the HTML file, only the ARP entry.
Download:
    ARP Removal Addon for XPx64SP2 Update Pack
  • Link: 5er_ARPRemoval_Addon.7z
    Size: 487 B
    MD5: b2a81a7fd0021920f8fc2e900e2f75ea
Screenshot: Add/Remove Programs entry
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Postby stevec4 » Wed Dec 24, 2008 2:54 pm

Thanks guys, Hope things quiet down IRL soon. Happy Holidays to you all

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Postby 5eraph » Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:49 pm

You're welcome, stevec4. And thanks for the sentiments, both of you. :)

Things have calmed down a bit for me, at least until the beginning of February when I head to the west coast to see my daughter around my birthday. February's update pack may be a bit late due to that. We'll see.
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Postby trippinferret » Sat Dec 27, 2008 4:04 am

Hi 5eraph.
I just integrated your update pack and IE addon on a fresh install of XP X64 SP2 everything installs great but while installing the sound drivers I get a message "file needed WKSPROXY.AX and insert XP X64 SP2 CD" I can browse to the needed files on the CD, but is there a way to have this file installed on a fresh install.
Thanks for the help.
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Postby 5eraph » Sat Dec 27, 2008 6:04 am

EDIT: I took the wrong approach with this addon. See my next post for a better implementation.

[s]Yes, there is, trippinferret. I also get that message when installing the VMaudio driver in VMware. You can follow the directions below, or use the addon following them. They perform the same task.
    In the file TxtSetup.sif, find the line containing the file name WKSProxy.ax. It should look similar to:

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    wksproxy.ax=55,,,,,,,,3,3

    and replace it with the following line:

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    wksproxy.ax = 55,,,,,,,82,0,0,ksproxy.ax
[/s]Obsolete Addon Information:
    WKSProxy.ax Force Install Addon for XPx64SP2
  • Name: 5er_WKSProxy_ForceInstall_Addon.7z
    Size: 520 B
    MD5: 6B56B276C77EC28A9CD218FF1CAB9F92
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Postby trippinferret » Sat Dec 27, 2008 4:58 pm

Thanks for the quick response, I will try this out later.
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Postby 5eraph » Wed Dec 31, 2008 8:05 am

EDIT: RyanVM Integrator 1.5.4 beta 10 has rendered this addon obsolete. The underlying cause has been corrected.

Here's a better addon that solves the underlying problem, trippinferret:
    When the RyanVM Integrator merges driver.cab and SP2.cab, it incorrectly omits file information in DrvIndex.inf for Driver32.cab, which contains WKSProxy.ax and other 32-bit driver files that are still relevant to XP x64. The following addon corrects this deficiency.
Important:
  1. The following addon is intended for use with RVMi only. For whatever reason, nLite will throw errors with this addon.
  2. This addon must be integrated after the update pack, in a session independent of the update pack. In other words, integrate the update pack alone, then--in another session--integrate the following addon with whatever other addons you may want to add.
Obsolete Addon Information:
    Driver32.cab Fix Addon for the RyanVM Integrator
  • Name: 5er_Driver32_Fix_Addon_for_RVMi.7z
    Size: 713 B
    MD5: B12D346036C2ED8491A58C261C4EAF26
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Postby trippinferret » Wed Dec 31, 2008 10:23 pm

Thanks 5eraph,
I tried your previous method and when I went to reinstall windows it came back with a BSOD and saying it could not find WKSPROXY.AX, but I will give this new method a try in the next few days, this is the only XP X64 update pack I have found on the net "keep up the good work".
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Postby 5eraph » Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:52 pm

Updated to 2009-01_1. Please read the Changelog for full details.

You're welcome, trippinferret. :)

Thanks again to RickSteele and crashfly for helping test new functionality for the update pack. :)
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Postby crashfly » Tue Jan 13, 2009 5:51 pm

Yep, you are *AWESOME* 5eraph. You make having XP x86-64 so much easier. Much love to da man.

Edit: Going to test this out immediately. I will report back with results.
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Postby crashfly » Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:10 am

Well. Tested out and it appears to work without problems. Only KB956391 shows as needing updates, but then I have seen where that has to be installed manually and it is an IE7 update which is not covered by this update pack anyway.

Keep up the great work 5eraph. I will probably redo my system this coming weekend anyway, so at least I will be prepared for it. :)
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Postby 5eraph » Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:32 am

KB956391 is the ActiveX Killbits update. I have it apply in such a way as to not be affected when IE7 is slipstreamed--IE7 can overwrite some of the killbits that hotfix is meant to set in certain circumstances.

I'm curious. Assuming you use nLite, could you PM me your Last Session.ini so I can investigate?
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Postby crashfly » Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:46 am

You would assume correctly. It was posted elsewhere in TranceEnergy's thread that the KB956391 update needs to be installed manually. Of course, if you have "other" ways around that, then I am all for it.

Anyway, you were PM'ed the "Last Session.ini" file, so hopefully you can make sense out of it. Otherwise, you are doing a great job.

Edit: Hmmm ... he figured it out quickly. Gonna fix that mistake. :shock: Thanks 5eraph.
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Postby RickSteele » Wed Jan 14, 2009 11:37 am

5eraph's post-SP2 Update Pack v2009-01_1 works without a hitch; no errors, smooth and accurate-fresh, realtime install. I do not get crashfly's error at all and I did it all, including IE7 and the three IE7 hotfixes/updates, save WMP11 and hotfixes-use Booggy's integrator, in one operation with nlite.
AWESOME, simply Fantastic!; thanks
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Postby crashfly » Thu Jan 15, 2009 12:54 am

Well ... either the update KB956391 was not implemented correctly, or nlite just has no idea on how to integrate it properly. That update is the only one that still shows for my installation. I did remove the 'separate' update as it is supposed to already be in the update pack (as suggested by 5eraph). Yet it still appears. I am open to suggestions, unless of course nlite does screw something up with it.

Edit: Otherwise, the installation went well. Everything works as expected.
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Postby IONDictator » Thu Jan 15, 2009 3:05 am

5eraph

Mediafire says that the update pack has been deleted. Either by you or Mediafire. Every file I tried to download gives te same error.
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help

Postby Kix23 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:42 am

i need to install both or 1? 5er_Driver32_Fix_Addon_for_RVMi.7z and [Obsolete Beta] Driver32.cab Update Addon (5er_Driver32_Update_Addon.7z), i use RVMi 1.5.3.

"Mediafire says that the update pack has been deleted" i have the same problem.
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Postby IONDictator » Thu Jan 15, 2009 6:00 am

IONDictator wrote:5eraph

Mediafire says that the update pack has been deleted. Either by you or Mediafire. Every file I tried to download gives te same error.


Oke, strangly enough the links works again. Thanks for the hard work.
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Re: help

Postby 5eraph » Thu Jan 15, 2009 11:06 am

MediaFire had some downtime yesterday. I'm guessing those file availability problems were related. I'm glad the problem is resolved.

Kix23 wrote:i need to install both or 1? 5er_Driver32_Fix_Addon_for_RVMi.7z and [Obsolete Beta] Driver32.cab Update Addon (5er_Driver32_Update_Addon.7z), i use RVMi 1.5.3.

Driver32_Fix is still needed with RVMi 1.5.3. The Integrator has not been updated yet.

Driver32_Update is not needed with Update Pack v2009-01_1. The update pack includes the addon's functionality.

crashfly wrote:Well ... either the update KB956391 was not implemented correctly, or nlite just has no idea on how to integrate it properly. That update is the only one that still shows for my installation. I did remove the 'separate' update as it is supposed to already be in the update pack (as suggested by 5eraph). Yet it still appears. I am open to suggestions, unless of course nlite does screw something up with it.

Edit: Otherwise, the installation went well. Everything works as expected.

I'll try your Last Session.ini shortly, crashfly, and see what happens.
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Postby 5eraph » Thu Jan 15, 2009 1:20 pm

YGPM, crashfly.
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Re: help

Postby Kix23 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 8:13 pm

ok thx and one more question, when it is better to integrate Windows Media Player 11 with Windows Media Player 11 Slipstreamer, after update's, addon's and system files optimization?

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