RyanVM Update Pack 2.1.4 - Released November 19, 2006

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Post by MrNxDmX » Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:33 pm

@ Alex: You can use my MU disabler addon here. Maybe I can think of making a remover for flash player, but only for valid reasons. I am very curious about that :idea:

Edit: I maybe misunderstood your post, please excuse me. If you need seperate addons for office updates, can you tell me what they are, i mean KB numbers.

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Post by Alex » Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:19 pm

Not topic related and deleted by author...
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Post by ViVa » Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:00 pm

For clearance: MU 5.8 = Microsoft Update 6.

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Post by keloo05 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:16 pm

If it is possible I would like Ryan to tell me if he will integrate the update KB924441 in the next version of the pack. Thanks in advande for your answer.

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Post by RyanVM » Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:17 pm

Given that it directly supersedes another fix already in the pack, it's a safe bet ;)
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Post by ViVa » Thu Nov 30, 2006 1:19 pm

Ryan, I noticed you have this on your webpage:
Microsoft Web Folders 9.60.6715.0 (KB892211)
although it is versioned on the MS webpage ( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/892211/ ) as either 11.0.5510.0 or 11.0.6715.15. Just 11.0.6715.15 on http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... laylang=en btw. Could you explain this or is it just outdated? I can't download the hotfix since I don't have a legit Office... Also I only see fp4autl.dll, fp4awec.dll and fpext.msg in your pack, where are the other files:

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Date          Time    Version        Size        File name
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25-Mar-2003   05:52   4.0.2.7523       618,605   Fp4autl.dll      
19-Nov-2000   10:28   4.0.2.4715       450,669   Fp4awec.dll      
28-Oct-2004   22:03   11.0.6715.15     843,472   Msdaipp.dll      
18-Jul-2003   18:05   11.0.5510.0      160,320   Msdapml.dll      
28-Oct-2004   21:50   11.0.6715.15   1,293,008   Msonsext.dll     
18-Jul-2003   18:05   11.0.5510.0       80,448   Pkmws.dll
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Post by RyanVM » Thu Nov 30, 2006 2:43 pm

Well, the downloaded MSI has the same hashes as the one currently in the pack, so I'm inclined to say that the version number was altered from when I first put it in the pack way back in the day.
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Post by ViVa » Thu Nov 30, 2006 3:01 pm

But where are those other 4 files, or...? :)

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Post by RyanVM » Thu Nov 30, 2006 4:02 pm

Why are you asking me? You think I made the MSI?
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Post by DisabledTrucker » Thu Nov 30, 2006 6:09 pm

I'm taking it's safe to assume that IE7 hasn't been added to this pack then? Has anyone made a seperate pack for it then that's not been posted on the addon section as of yet?
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Post by ViVa » Thu Nov 30, 2006 10:33 pm

@Ryan, so they are naming 6 files on the KB page, and put only 3 in the .msi file? But no I don't think you made the .msi. :)

@DisabledTrucker, not added, won't be added anytime soon, first as seperate addon. Nobody else has made an addon for it so far. Try the search next time. :)

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Post by DisabledTrucker » Thu Nov 30, 2006 11:13 pm

I did use the search, tyvm, that's why I asked if anyone had made it yet... gonna put in a request for it...
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Post by jeckhack » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:34 am

Hey Ryan wtf is that ?


C:\Windows\setuperr.log

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Error:
Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\WINDOWS\system32\plugin.ocx because of the following error:
LoadLibrary returned error 126 (the specified module could not be found).


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I hope anyboby will tell me what is this cuz I'm already real angry!
I used the last CD for this sht and I don't wanna reinstall the win more today!

PS - used original XPsp2 + upd pack + directX addon (october)
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Post by 5eraph » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:46 am

No need to be rude, jeckhack. Calm your ass down. :P

PLUGIN.OCX was rendered obsolete by KB912945 which is included in the latest Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer (KB922760).

The file is gone for a reason.
When you install this update [KB912945], the Plugin.ocx binary is completely removed from Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP.

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Post by jeckhack » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:56 am

Ok ok, sorry =)
Understood =)
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Post by 5eraph » Sat Dec 02, 2006 10:01 am

Ryan, one way to prevent this error in the future would be to remove the reference to it in SYSSETUP.INF, provided that the INF isn't protected by a CAT.

You could also remove the reference to SWFLASH.INF while you're in there. ;)

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Post by RyanVM » Sat Dec 02, 2006 11:13 am

You can't edit syssetup.inf without hacking syssetup.dll. Otherwise GUI setup won't allow you to procede very early on.
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Post by 5eraph » Sat Dec 02, 2006 11:50 am

You're right.

I had to give it a try anyway. There are clear directions in KB156654 describing the method used for NT 4.0. They must have changed something in later versions of Windows to prevent it.

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Post by flying_lion » Sun Dec 03, 2006 10:34 am

hello

i use your update packs for a few years now and they are great and flawless, to my experience.
on the last update, i encountered a problem which makes the language selection on the winnt.sif ignored (Hebrew), even though the rest of the file works. i have tested number of configurations and it seems that even with original source and your latest update, with nothing else, the problem emerges.
i will note that i didn't change the winnt.sif at all, nor did i change anything else except using the new update pack.
any ideas?
p.s since i work in a legitimate company, my source and my key for win XP are original, VLK type, with winXP SP2 slipstreamed

thank you very much for everything
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Post by benyahuda » Sun Dec 03, 2006 5:36 pm

This is my first post here as I feel that if I have nothing much to add I ought to just hush up.

I have never had a problem before with any update pack and actually have had good luck with most add-ons. But, with RVMUpdatePack2.1.4 using RVM_Integrator_1.4.2 on an SP 2 slipstreamed Windows XP Pro I am consistantly getting an "Error: No entries*.ini Found, Exiting". I have re-downloaded both integrator and update pack and retried several times to no avail. I have extracted the update pack and there is what appears to be a perfectly functional "entries.ini" inside.

If it helps any, here is a typical log:
  • 03-12-2006 16¦50¦11
    Log Startup @ 16:50:11 On 03-12-2006

    16:50:11 - RVMIntegrator v1.4.2
    16:50:11 - C:\RyanVM Integrator\RVM_Integrator_1.4.2.exe
    16:50:15 -
    16:50:15 - Source Drive = C:\Win XP
    16:50:15 - Destination Drive = C:\Win XP
    16:50:15 - Destination Size = 17176.53515625
    16:50:15 - Working Directory = C:\Win XP\I386
    16:50:15 - Temp Directory = C:\Win XP\I386\rvmtemp
    16:50:15 -
    16:50:16 - Starting Integration
    16:50:16 -
    16:50:16 - Checking Destination For OS Type.
    16:50:16 - Windows XP Professional - OEM SP2 Found
    16:50:16 - Clearing any Read Only Attributes.
    16:50:17 -
    16:50:17 - Extracting RVMUpdatePack2.1.4.7z
    16:50:17 - MD5 Hash = 03E89707EEE2718D4FF052FDC7516F6F
    16:50:17 -
    16:50:17 - Gathering temp files
    16:50:18 - Expanding driver.cab
    16:50:18 - Expanding SP2.cab
    16:50:19 - Compressing Files
    16:50:19 - Shifting Stuff Around
    16:50:19 -
Any ideas what gives.
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I also gave nlite a try (1.2.1 only so far) and it crashes during the "compressing CABs" portion of the "Finalizing" page.

Thanks for any suggestions.

And also thanks for the excellent all around work. As I said before these packs normally work fine for me.

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Post by RyanVM » Sun Dec 03, 2006 6:50 pm

Try using a directory without spaces
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Post by benyahuda » Sun Dec 03, 2006 8:14 pm

Thanks for the reply.

I renamed the directory which while not successful did have slightly different results. The error remained the same, but the log file indicated some differences before the exception.

Here is the new log with the changes highlighted:
  • 03-12-2006 19¦18¦00
    Log Startup @ 19:18:00 On 03-12-2006

    19:18:00 - RVMIntegrator v1.4.2
    19:18:00 - C:\RyanVM Integrator\RVM_Integrator_1.4.2.exe
    19:18:15 - Windows XP Professional - OEM SP2 Found
    19:18:52 -
    19:18:52 - Source Drive = C:\Win_XP
    19:18:52 - Destination Drive = C:\Destination
    19:18:52 - Destination Size = 17176.41015625
    19:18:52 - Working Directory = C:\Destination\I386
    19:18:52 - Temp Directory = C:\Destination\I386\rvmtemp
    19:18:52 -
    19:18:53 - Starting Integration
    19:18:53 -
    19:18:53 - Copying Files To The Destination Directory.
    19:18:53 - Copying Working Directory...
    19:20:23 - 6881 Files Copied in 88 Seconds

    19:20:23 -
    19:20:23 - Checking Destination For OS Type.
    19:20:23 - Windows XP Professional - OEM SP2 Found
    19:20:23 - Clearing any Read Only Attributes.
    19:20:25 -
    19:20:25 - Extracting RVMUpdatePack2.1.4.7z
    19:20:25 - MD5 Hash = 03E89707EEE2718D4FF052FDC7516F6F
    19:20:25 -
    19:20:25 - Gathering temp files
    19:20:25 - Expanding driver.cab
    19:20:25 - Expanding SP2.cab
    19:20:27 - Compressing Files
    19:20:27 - Shifting Stuff Around
    19:20:27 -
I also tried using nlite again (this time 1.0.1), this version did work just fine.

This problem may just be limited to my machine as my current XP install is over a month old. I use it hard and tend to put it away wet and it shows pretty much every bump in the road.

Thanks again
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Post by orcoxp » Mon Dec 04, 2006 7:45 pm

Ryan, could it be the request you are making in the update pack to compress a file that doesn't exist in your pack?

I don't have the info with me right now but I think it was atapi.sys...and it's looking for it in RVMTemp.

I found this while tweaking your pack to decrease the amount of time that it takes to integrate...hence compressing these file manually and re-compressing the pack.
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Post by RyanVM » Mon Dec 04, 2006 8:03 pm

I'm pretty sure that the Integrator is smart enough to continue on if a file isn't found. Good find, though.
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Post by DisabledTrucker » Tue Dec 05, 2006 8:30 pm

ENU_user wrote:any 1 has problems running SFC with the cd or is their a WorkGround or a fix
as mentioned in kb897128 ,kb885522
I don't have the problems you're having with SFC not working in that manner, but when I disable it during the install as I normally do, I can't get past the initial GUI screen, it gives me an error that several cat files can't be found and stops giving me an option to click OK to see the error results, and when you close that, it just reboots back to this error again. I'm wondering if anyones seen anything about M$ changing the SFC check recently or if it's even documented anywhere that I cannot find myself.
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Post by just_laze » Mon Dec 11, 2006 3:24 pm

Hello,

I've integrated your update pack using your integrator but the following hotfix isn't integrated successfully.

KB917953 - Vulnerability in TCP/IP could allow remote code execution.

Shortly after my Windows installation completes, i'm prompted by Windows Update to download and install it.

For the moment, as a workaround, i've downloaded the update and i install it via RunOnceEx.

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Post by RyanVM » Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:24 pm

Lemme guess, you're hacking tcpip.sys
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Post by Polat Alemdar » Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:55 pm

2.1.5? When?

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Post by ViVa » Mon Dec 11, 2006 5:17 pm

Polat Alemdar, shut up please, read the FAQ.

Besides, tomorrow is patch Tuesday, so go figure.

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Post by just_laze » Mon Dec 11, 2006 5:31 pm

Yes Ryan, i am.

Is there a significant benefit to using the hacked file over the original or is it all hype?

If so i will use the original file to resolve the hotfix issue.

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Post by 5eraph » Mon Dec 11, 2006 5:57 pm

The only legitimate reason I could see for needing a hacked TCPIP.SYS would be for P2P applications, but if you have any of the currently popular ones then they should have been updated within the past 2 years to work around any simultaneous connection limitations imposed by Service Pack 2.

Of course, if you plan on doing mass port scanning then you'll probably need the hack. Or if you're passing a disc on to your friends to create scanbots...

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Post by just_laze » Mon Dec 11, 2006 6:00 pm

Hi,

I don't use any form of P2P, i'm strictly a newsgroup user.

Thank you for providing a more detailed breakdown.

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ps. I assume after replacing the hacked file with the original that i'll need to apply the update pack again (and that doing this won't create any new problems) - Ryan?

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Post by RyanVM » Mon Dec 11, 2006 8:32 pm

If you're just replacing the file in i386, you'll be fine. But yes, hacked files can have unintended side effects, which is why I can't say this enough - VERIFY THAT YOUR BUGS HAPPEN ON A CLEAN INSTALL WITH NO CHANGES MADE TO IT BEFORE ASKING HERE.

Or else you're more likely to not be taken seriously in the future.
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Post by just_laze » Tue Dec 12, 2006 5:51 am

Hi Ryan,

Can you please clarify:

Replacing TCPIP.SYS with a non-modified file will cause no problems, where replacing TCPIP.SYS and re-applying the update pack will?

In future i will test my bugs on a clean install.

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Post by RyanVM » Tue Dec 12, 2006 9:07 am

I'm saying that re-applying the pack is a waste of time when all you need to do is replace the one file on your CD
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Post by Speeddymon » Fri Dec 15, 2006 11:50 pm

joll69 wrote:also, in my testing involving 2.1.4, ie7 must be installed after setup is finished, otherwise IE fails to load..no error message, nothing in the system logs, it just loads for half a second, then disappears...i'm not sure what happens with browsing from an explorer window, as i never tried it and have already overwritten that VM...but when i did the same install, and moved ie7 from nlite hotfix integration to runonceex, the issue disappears...

again, not bitching, just noting differences...i dont have any problem installing ie7 post-setup...just wondering if this 'glitch' (protected mode in xp) is just a cosmetic one...i still have 2.1.3, and i'll be doing some testing later on it, although it's probly nothing :rolleyes:
That's interesting, because I put it in hotfix integration, and it installs in place of ie6 on my system, and I am using it to write this message. Perhaps the download was corrupt, or the CD didn't burn properly, or nlite didn't integrate it properly, for whatever reason.. Just lettin ya know

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Post by joll69 » Sat Dec 16, 2006 4:44 am

That's interesting, because I put it in hotfix integration, and it installs in place of ie6 on my system, and I am using it to write this message. Perhaps the download was corrupt, or the CD didn't burn properly, or nlite didn't integrate it properly, for whatever reason.. Just lettin ya know
i did some research, and it seems as tho it was a problem with ieproxy.dll not registering properly...the dl wasnt corrupt, i'm pretty sure nlite didnt screw it up, and it was an iso mounted into d-tools, so no cd burning issue...

i'm just installing ie7 (more or less) silently at RunOnceEx, as i did before nlite supported the integration...dont have a reason, i suppose, it just seemed easier this way, at least in my own mind...

back to the thread topic, awesome work on the pack ryan, and everyone else who contributes does a top-notch job too :wink: ...and, i know the rules, i wont ask for an ETA on next pack, ryan, i can be patient :)

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