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Post by adminadmin » Thu Oct 15, 2009 10:46 am

I've integrated these with nLite-

XPSP3_QFE_UpdatePack_1.1.1_20091014.7z
YumeYao_WMP11_Addon_ENU_V3_2_1.7z
DaRkMaDnEsS_CabMaker_V3.1.7z
DirectXRuntimes-200909-Addon-32R.rar
DotNetFx_All_In_1_Addon_v2.4.7z
DriveSpace_v5.3.4.1_AddOn.7z
ELiTE_AddOn_iTunes9018.7z
ELiTE_AddOn_Safari403.7z
ELiTE_AddOn_SP3UxThemePatch13.7z
ENU_MovieMaker_2.6_v1.4_Addon.cab
Kels_CPLBonus_v9.8_addon.rar
Kels_NotePad___v5.5.1_addon_replacer.rar
Kels_Runtimes_addon_v5.8.rar
Kels_Uber_Addon_v14.4.rar
MicrosoftRuntimeLibraries-1.4.8-Addon.7z
MrsP_NagaSkaki_Chess_Addon_v4.00-070909.cab
NR_CursorsAIO_Addon_1.9.rar
NR_VisualToolTipEn_Addon_v2.rar
OnePiece_IE8_WinXPSP3_v1.5.0_AddOn_ENU.7z
OnePiece_Microsoft_Silverlight_v3.0.40818.0_AddOn_ENU.7z
OnePiece_Repair_IE8_Cosmetic_Problems_AddOn.7z
ONEPIECE_WINDEFENDER_V1.35.563.0_ADDON.ENU.CAB
beats_7-Zip_9.07b_x86_Addon.7z
ProgramAddons Java Runtime Environment 6 Update 16.rar
ProgramAddons K-Lite Codec Pack Mega 5.1.0.rar
ProgramAddons LEO stylers1.5.rar
ProgramAddons RK Launcher Leopard.rar
ProgramAddons TigerSystemPreferences.rar
ProgramAddons Wallpaper Changer1.7.rar
ProgramAddons wrar 3[1]8.0.rar
ProgramAddons XP SP3 Activator.rar
ProgramAddons Y'z Shadow 1[1].9.cab
ProgramAddons_IZArc_3.81_Build_1550.cab
ProgramAddons_LeoX_Wallpapers15.09.2009.rar
ProgramAddons_Yahoo_Widgets_4.5.1.cab
Ricks_BlueXP_SP3_taskmgr_80511.7z
Ricks_StylerTB1401_AddOn.rar
Ricks_VistaRTMFonts_AddOn_v1.1.7z
Ricks_VistaSceenSavers_AddOn_v1.1.rar
Ricks_VistaSoundsReplacement_AddOn_28022009.cab
Ricks_XentientThumbnails1.0.2_AddOn.7z
RVMAddons_1.9.0.7z
Universal_Audio_Architecture_High_Definition_Audio_AddOn_1.0.7z
UniversalViewer_402_addon.rar
USB_Disk_Format_Tool_Addon.rar
WindowsMessenger5.1_TrueAddon_ENG.rar
adminadminOSXBootScreenSp3-KB956572-updatepack.cab
Adobe_Flash_AiO_1.8_slim_AddOn.cab

No problem at all.

Thanks a lot user_hidden!
Just want to say......
Thanks a lot...


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Post by sarmican » Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:27 pm

@user_hidden
thank you very much for your useful post. I have integrated your update pack and installed it, I have no problem but one; when i enter to gpedit console some tasks are disappeared and I have to add task from action pane there are some tasks that are not in english language. please find asolution for me
:rolleyes:

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Post by user_hidden » Sat Oct 17, 2009 4:42 pm

sarmican wrote:@user_hidden
thank you very much for your useful post. I have integrated your update pack and installed it, I have no problem but one; when i enter to gpedit console some tasks are disappeared and I have to add task from action pane there are some tasks that are not in english language. please find asolution for me
:rolleyes:
works for me and no others have reported this as of yet.

can you tell us more about your integration?
what is your source and integration utility along with what addons do you use.

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Post by sarmican » Sat Oct 17, 2009 11:13 pm

let me take a snapshot from gpedit console and related templates.

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Post by Bhishmar » Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:00 am

Hi user_hidden
Does the new updatepack (1.1.1) include those corrections on issues reported based on user feedback on pack-1.1.0.

Code: Select all

a. dirid/path addition for all T13 executables, suggested by ricktendo64
b. SFC issues from files like "msxml3.dll" (KB955069)  are some others reported by adric.
Hope I have not missed anyone!

Only asking since it is not visible from Changelog.

regards

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Post by user_hidden » Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:05 am

Bhishmar wrote:Hi user_hidden
Does the new updatepack (1.1.1) include those corrections on issues reported based on user feedback on pack-1.1.0.

Code: Select all

a. dirid/path addition for all T13 executables, suggested by ricktendo64
b. SFC issues from files like "msxml3.dll" (KB955069)  are some others reported by adric.
Hope I have not missed anyone!

Only asking since it is not visible from Changelog.

regards
YES correct msxml3 file and T13 exe running has proper dirID paths.
These were fixed locally once reported and seemlessly entered 1.1.1.

have not had any comments from Adric as of yet since 1.1.1 release so......

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Post by yumeyao » Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:43 am

thanks for prompting, I forgot it.
and on the fix, do we only need to add %10% to rootsupd.exe or do we need to add %10% to all T-13 executables?
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Post by user_hidden » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:39 pm

yumeyao wrote:thanks for prompting, I forgot it.
and on the fix, do we only need to add %10% to rootsupd.exe or do we need to add %10% to all T-13 executables?
i did it for the following

%11%\fontreg
%10%\rootsupd
%11%\regsvr32
%10%\resetwmi
%11%\tzchange

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Post by adric » Thu Oct 22, 2009 5:46 am

user_hidden wrote:
have not had any comments from Adric as of yet since 1.1.1 release so......
I just installed with 1.1.1 only and the setuperr.log is clean. The msxml3.dll file is the same as the original one and SFC is happy with it.,.

Thanks, Al

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Post by newsposter » Fri Oct 23, 2009 12:31 am

hey, does anyone have a recommendation for an IE7 addon that works well with user_hiddens SP3 update pack?

I am comfortable with the features/performance of IE7 on XP but DO NOT WANT IE8 at all.

As I am moving on (very, very quickly) to Win7 and Server 2008, I hope to put my XP installation CDs to bed as a reference install (and hopefully never touched again). Having the thing reasonably updated is is my goal.

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Post by ccl0 » Fri Oct 23, 2009 1:09 am

i think people stopped working on ie7 a long time ago. i remember the one from MrNxDmX but i don't think any of them have been updated in a very long time

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Post by newsposter » Fri Oct 23, 2009 1:25 am

thanks, I'll look around for his posts.

Seems as through he stopped updating his installer in the middle of 2009.

As long as it works with he current U_H update pack and doesn't scream at MU for too many updates, that might be 'good enough' for a DVD that I don't really expect to take off the shelf again.

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Post by ccl0 » Fri Oct 23, 2009 2:55 am

heres another option maybe http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.p ... t+explorer
i've never used the Universal Addon Creator but its probably how you could get the most updated ie7 w/o having to wait for someone else to update it

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Post by beats » Fri Oct 23, 2009 3:50 am

Don't know about the other options, but the Universal Addon Creator works great to build IE7/8 addons.

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Post by newsposter » Fri Oct 23, 2009 4:58 am

It does appear that the UAC needs to be run/hosted on an XP instance.

The /extract routines in the IE7 and update installers do not work properly on Win7, which is all I have available at the moment.

I'm in a chicken/egg situation. I suppose I can live with the last update MDX put out a few months back.

I know that this 'final' cut of XP for my files isn't going to be perfect. Close is good enough. Perfect is the enemy of getting things accomplished and moving on.

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Post by sb1 » Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:59 pm

Thanks for this 8)

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KB958655 and KB967756

Post by adric » Sun Oct 25, 2009 8:02 am

@user_hidden

According to Msoft KB958655 is for XP and KB967756 is for Vista.
You indicate in your log that KB958655 (XP fix) is replaced by KB973690 which in turn is replaced by KB967756 (Vista fix). Is that an error or was this done on purpose?

If on purpose, how come?

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CAT Files

Post by adric » Sun Oct 25, 2009 8:57 am

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Is it possible to leave the cat files with their original name as shown in the msoft fix?

An example of this is KB942288.CAT. The actual fix shows the CAT file as kb942288-v3.cat. The reason I ask is that some fix detection routines will give back incorrect information - such as fix not installed - if the CAT file name or md5sum does not reflect what msoft delivers for that fix
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Re: KB958655 and KB967756

Post by 5eraph » Sun Oct 25, 2009 11:07 am

adric wrote:According to Msoft KB958655 is for XP and KB967756 is for Vista.
You indicate in your log that KB958655 (XP fix) is replaced by KB973690 which in turn is replaced by KB967756 (Vista fix). Is that an error or was this done on purpose?

If on purpose, how come?
It was done on purpose. KB967756 has an update package available for Windows XP, despite what it says in the Knowledge Base article. It contains newer files than KB958655 and KB973690. That's why it is used.

For what it's worth, KB972397 supersedes them all. It was released the same day as user_hidden's update pack.
adric wrote:Is it possible to leave the cat files with their original name as shown in the msoft fix?

An example of this is KB942288.CAT. The actual fix shows the CAT file as kb942288-v3.cat.
This would be difficult. The practice of removing "-v?" from the catalog files and registry keys was started by Ryan. These renamed files and keys were inherited by user_hidden when he took-over the pack. He would need to redownload every update Ryan originally included just to see if the CAT and keys were renamed. I wouldn't want to do it. ;)

I do agree with you, adric. I don't rename the CATs or alter the registry keys to remove the "-v?". The extra information allows for easier version control. I can see if a fix with the same KB number is newer just by comparing the package file name, instead of extracting and comparing the files within.

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Post by user_hidden » Sun Oct 25, 2009 6:47 pm

@adric

5eraph explained the reasoning exactly to a tee.

btw, KB972397 has already been added to 1.1.2b2.

to make you happy i have renamed KB942288 to V3 :)

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Post by adric » Sun Oct 25, 2009 7:38 pm

user_hidden wrote:@adric

5eraph explained the reasoning exactly to a tee.

btw, KB972397 has already been added to 1.1.2b2.

to make you happy i have renamed KB942288 to V3 :)
Thanks , I really appreciate that and am happy as I can be :) . I'm not asking that everything be re -checked. Only what people like me :D find as being incorrect. Up to now, all I have found is KB942288.

On second thought, I also found that WGA KB892130.cat and wganotify.cat are not part of the update pacjk. Why is that?

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Post by ricktendo64 » Sun Oct 25, 2009 7:59 pm

The .cat's are not included because they are not needed, these files all have built in digital signatures

BTW I dont rename my .cat files or sp update reg entries either, if a user reinstalls the same update over mine it will overwrite the cat file and/or reg entries

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Post by adric » Sun Oct 25, 2009 8:04 pm

ricktendo64 wrote:The .cat's are not included because they are not needed, these files all have built in digital signatures

BTW I dont rename my .cat files or sp update reg entries either, if a user reinstalls the same update over mine it will overwrite the same cat file and/or reg entries
Don't the CATs get installed when you run the updates stand-alone?

In my case they are needed to indicate that these updates are installed. If a fix is added, then it should also have the files that go with it or am I being too picky? :lol:

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Post by newsposter » Mon Oct 26, 2009 1:39 am

or, if you don't like the way a pack is put together by a volunteer, a pack that is successfully used by thousands of people, then by all means don't use it......

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Post by user_hidden » Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:15 am

@ adric

i appreciate your pickyness, sometimes new eyes are better than well let's say mine :wink:

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Post by adric » Mon Oct 26, 2009 1:34 pm

newsposter wrote:or, if you don't like the way a pack is put together by a volunteer, a pack that is successfully used by thousands of people, then by all means don't use it......
Who said anything about not using it? If I did not want to use it, I would not be here. If anyone else feels I'm ragging the update pack and not being constructive in pointing out my findings, then please except my apologies. I know many of you work on this stuff during your free time and I do appreciate the work that is done.

Al

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Post by adric » Tue Oct 27, 2009 6:33 am

user_hidden wrote:@ adric

i appreciate your pickyness, sometimes new eyes are better than well let's say mine :wink:
Hi user_hidden,

Here are a few more nits that I have discovered that you may want to consider for your next update:

KB961371.CAT should be KB961371-v2.CAT (font engine)
KB961501.CAT missing (print spooler)
KB972483.CAT missing (kernel)

Thanks for making the update pack available to us free loaders :D

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Post by user_hidden » Tue Oct 27, 2009 9:30 am

adric wrote: Hi user_hidden,

Here are a few more nits that I have discovered that you may want to consider for your next update:

KB961371.CAT should be KB961371-v2.CAT (font engine)
KB961501.CAT missing (print spooler)
KB972483.CAT missing (kernel)

Thanks for making the update pack available to us free loaders :D

Al
KB961371 was v1 and has been updated to v2 for next release.

KB961501 was replaced by KB968585

KB972483 was replaced by KB971250

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Post by adric » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:54 am

user_hidden wrote:
KB961501 was replaced by KB968585

KB972483 was replaced by KB971250
You are absolutely right. I forgot to check your log file. My bad
Sorry about that.

Al

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Post by adric » Tue Oct 27, 2009 12:23 pm

How about :

KB951748.CAT missing (DNS Spoof)

I searched to see if it was superseded and did not find anything on this one. Sorry for posting this stuff piecemeal and hopefully in the future I will not cause you to waste your time verifying.

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Post by user_hidden » Tue Oct 27, 2009 1:13 pm

adric wrote:How about : KB951748.CAT missing (DNS Spoof)

I searched to see if it was superseded and did not find anything on this one. Sorry for posting this stuff piecemeal and hopefully in the future I will not cause you to waste your time verifying.
Al
actually the first post was wrong by listing KB951748 as in the pack so hence the CAT is not missing, the KB is not included. first post has been updated.

as well KB951748 was replaced by KB951163 which in turn had a file update by KB958752.

i really don't mind your finds, it can never hurt to make sure things are perfect :)

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Post by Wesmosis » Tue Oct 27, 2009 3:09 pm

thank you

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Some Additional Additional Fixes maybe?

Post by adric » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:42 am

Here is a list of security related fixes that that I believe have not made it into the update pack, unless I missed them being superseded by non-public hotfixes. I did check them against Microsoft Update Catalog though. http://test.catalog.update.microsoft.co ... /Home.aspx

Is there anything to speak against possibly adding these to the SP3 QFE Update Pack?

The severity ratings are from Microsoft.

KB931906_X86_ENU Remote Code Execution (CAPICOM) - critical
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/securi ... 7-028.mspx

KB956803_XP_X86_ENU Elevation of Privilege (Ancillary Function Driver) - important
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/securi ... 8-066.mspx

KB957097_XP_X86_ENU Remote Code Execution (SMB protocol) - important
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/securi ... 8-068.mspx

KB970483_XP_ENU_X86 Elevation of Privilege (IIS) - important
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/securi ... 9-020.mspx

KB975254_XP_x86_ENU Denial of Service (IIS FTP service) - important
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/securi ... 9-053.mspx


KB967715_XP_x86_ENU Disable Autorun - ??????
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/967715

Thanks ...

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Post by user_hidden » Wed Oct 28, 2009 11:05 am

KB931906 - is pushed if you have office but if you want an installer for it Roguespear has made.
link: RogueSpear's Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2

KB956803 - replaced by KB958752 which is in the pack

KB957097 - replaced by KB947460 which is in the pack

KB970483 - if you use IIS otherwise the files are just cached, but i'll add it for next pack

KB975254 - released 10/13/2009, already in local beta

KB967715 - applies to shell32.dll which has been replaced by many KB's since

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Post by adric » Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:53 pm

WOW ...

What is the best way to see if a fix has been superseded by others?
I'm a total failure in that area. :oops:

It doesn't look like this info is that easy to find or is it?

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Post by user_hidden » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:05 pm

adric wrote:WOW ...

What is the best way to see if a fix has been superseded by others?
I'm a total failure in that area. :oops:

It doesn't look like this info is that easy to find or is it?

Al
no real easy way that i know of.
normally a bulletin will say what article it replaces but of course
doesn't list what will or has replaced it.

just keep doing what you are doing 8)

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Post by newsposter » Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:45 pm

The original security bulletin that leads to the KB download usually lists superseded and/or corrected KBs.

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:06 pm

adric wrote:What is the best way to see if a fix has been superseded by others?
[...]
It doesn't look like this info is that easy to find or is it?
The best way is to ignore what Microsoft says. They don't do much bookkeeping in this area. Too often they state that, "this hotfix does not replace a previously released hotfix." Yet, it does. This goes double for updates that are not high priority.

The only sure way is to look within each package and compare file versions. Unless you maintain an update pack, obtaining this information involves a considerable amount of work for a large number of updates. It is possible to Google the files in each package, but you'll get far too many unrelated results for operating systems that you won't be interested in.

Short answer: Ask an update pack maintainer for the OS you're interested in. Or, if you have a specific update in mind, compare the files in that update against the same files listed in the update pack's INF. You'll see exactly which KBs replace the files in question. This is how we update our packs after finding new fixes.

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Post by adric » Thu Nov 05, 2009 7:02 am

Found:

KB951618.CAT should be KB951618-v2.CAT (Saming OneKey compatability)

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Post by user_hidden » Thu Nov 05, 2009 9:31 am

adric wrote:Found:

KB951618.CAT should be KB951618-v2.CAT (Saming OneKey compatability)

Al
actually found and updated it a few days ago.

thanks again....

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Post by adric » Sun Nov 08, 2009 3:24 pm

Does anyone know where the latest muweb.dll can be downloaded from?

I found a link, but this is for an older version than what is in the update pack. 7.2.6001.788 vs. 7.4.7600.226

http://update.microsoft.com/microsoftup ... 0035921412

Thanks ....

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Post by 5eraph » Sun Nov 08, 2009 3:40 pm

Instructions for finding URLs to the latest version of the Microsoft Update files, assuming that they were self-updated on your current machine:
  1. Go into your Windows directory and open the file WindowsUpdate.log.
  2. Search (Ctrl+F) the file for the last instance of the phrase "Main CAB URL".
  3. Copy the URL that appears after the equal sign (=).
  4. Paste the URL into your web browser's address bar.
  5. Add a slash and the file name to the URL (/muweb.cab).
  6. Click Go or press Enter.
  7. Repeat to obtain mucltui.cab and mucltui_en.cab, except use "MUI CAB URL" for the localized file in step 2.
Current file links for v7.4.7600.226:

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Post by adric » Sun Nov 08, 2009 4:05 pm

No luck on that. This is what I found:

Main CAB URL: http://download.windowsupdate.com/v9/wi ... /x86/Other

When I add muweb.cab, I get file not found.

The MUI CAB URL: is the same

The MU was installed when I let IE download the ActiveX component for MU

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Post by adric » Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:30 pm

5eraph wrote:You must not be doing it right:
LOL .. good thing Dumpy Dooby didn't see this.

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Post by adric » Sun Nov 08, 2009 7:14 pm

5eraph, do you know if there is a complete package for installing microsoft update. I don't see any inf files etc., so I assume things are missing..

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Post by 5eraph » Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:37 pm

Installation is straightforward.
  1. Extract CABs to "%SystemRoot%\system32".
  2. Rename "mucltui.dll.mui_en" to "mucltui.dll.mui".
  3. Run: "regsvr32 muweb.dll".
  4. Run: "regsvr32 mucltui.dll".

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Post by user_hidden » Tue Nov 10, 2009 4:27 pm

updated 1.1.2 20091110 ....

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Post by ChiefZeke » Tue Nov 10, 2009 4:49 pm

Can't download from RapidShare unless I become a Premium Member - this should be posted somewhere else. :cry:

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