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Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:38 pm
by roirraWedorehT
seeker3 wrote:The last time I made a Win2k disc with nlite,I slipstreamed USP 5 and RyanVM's update pack.Can I do the same with this pack? I also heard about a USP 5.2 being worked on,but I can't remember where I read it.Does anyone know anything about that?Or where to find out?Thanks,and hello to eveyone. :)
Hello!

First a question to clarify something you said: you slipstreamed Ryan's (XP) Post-SP2 pack into Windows 2000? I wouldn't do that, even if you had seeming success with that in the past.

In answer to your question whether you can do the same with this pack, yes, this will take a Windows 2000 SP4 install CD and make it up to date. You may want to grab the DirectX 9 update pack specifically for Windows 2000 from OnePiece in this forum as well.

I don't know anything concrete about USP being updated, although I might've heard "something" sometime in the last year, but I've had great success with this pack in the past. I always use it with nLite.

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:10 am
by seeker3
Thanks for the reply,but I need to clarify,I slipstreamed USP 5,and used Ryan's pack to update the cd.Also I found the USP 5.2 subject,it's on MSFN Forums,and was supposed to be released by now,but apparently there is a problem with driver signing,so it could take awhile yet.So I'll probably go the same route as before using nlite,USP 5.1 and OnePiece.Thanks again. :)

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 5:47 pm
by roirraWedorehT
Okay, I asked because Ryan's pack isn't made for Windows 2000, it's made for Windows XP SP2.

Also, why use both USP 5.1 AND the OnePiece update pack? OnePiece contains everything that USP 5.1 has, plus all updates that have come out since USP 5.1 and ones that superceded the ones in USP 5.1. It's not wise to use multiple major update packs like that, not to mention that it makes more work than is necessary. Also might as well mention that I don't remember ever having any problems with driver signing with the OnePiece pack.

All you need is this OnePiece update pack, the small addon that's also mentioned in the first post of this thread specific for nLite users of this update pack, plus OnePiece's DirectX 9 for Windows 2000 addon and you're set.

Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 12:51 pm
by nonno fabio
new release (see changelog)

Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:30 pm
by armond
Hi, Nonno fabio,
I have a 500 GB Western Digital hard drive. Since I remember, Even Service Pack 4 does not support installing on hard drives that are more than 160 GB. Therefore, I can not install the untouched version of Windows 2000 Professional service pack 4 on it. I have 12 partitions on my hard drive. Setup cannot recognize and format my partitions correctly.
If I update my CD with your latest update pack, Can I install without any problem?
I can install the integrated, unmodified Windows 2000 Service Pack 5.1.2195.24 Refresh successfully.
Thanks.

Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 7:37 pm
by pdl808
The Hash MD5 checksum for UpdatePack 2.9.0 fails.
My download has MD5=A6B3BAE366C5541E61FBC0D47830E3B1.
I downloaded it twice.

Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 1:54 am
by nonno fabio
@pdl808: our MD5 was wrong. Copy-paste error, sorry.

@armond: we can test it only in a VM but try if integrating this addon in your Win2kCD works

OnePiece_Win2K_LBA48bit_AddOn.7z 789 Bytes
http://www.adrive.com/public/9d75308f35 ... 30efe.html
Hash MD5 131330EC3B098E8986447287E9F637FF

if so, we put it as default in UpdatePack

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305098/en-us

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Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 3:48 am
by armond
Thanks man, I'll test it.

Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 11:53 am
by armond
Hi,
Unfortunately, The LBA48bit AddOn doesn't solve the problem. Setup still cannot recognize my hard drive correctly.
Are you sure that your addon should work?
Any other recommendation?
Thanks.

Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 12:00 pm
by Kelsenellenelvian

Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2008 6:17 am
by ajeeth12
Hi, nonno fabio,
I guess I have a small problem with the update pack....
I used a clean win2k sp4 source and integrated the update pack using RVM Integrator 1.5.1 without any extra addons...
The installation went on well but I got security warning for digital signatures for some audio controller. After installation, I saw that multimedia files (mp3, wma, videos etc..) could not be processed by WMP 9. I got the 'Open With' Dialog Box on accessing the files. I selected WMP 9 but I got a 'codec not found' error. I installed the K-Lite codec pack which fixed this problem.
What about the built in codecs? Please help me!!

Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2008 6:18 am
by ajeeth12
Has anyone faced this problem??

Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2008 12:34 pm
by nonno fabio
armond wrote:The LBA48bit AddOn doesn't solve the problem. Setup still cannot recognize my hard drive correctly.
Are you sure that your addon should work?
In a VM with 180GB VHD, it works: see the attached image.

@ajeeth12: not a critical bug but we're pretty sure we'll fix it soon ;)

Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2008 4:14 pm
by armond
Hi, nonno fabio,
I have to copy the SETUPREG.HIV file to solve the problem. Thanks Kelsenellenelvian for the info.
What about the problem with the DirectX addon?

Posted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 1:14 am
by nonno fabio
I'm glad to know you've solved your problem.

DX addon has been improved with the latest build but this caused a problem with Integrator: Onepiece is fixing it. In the meanwhile you could use Nlite.

EDIT: fixed "codec not found" WMP9 bug

EDIT: fixed DX9 "no sound with Integrator" bug

Posted: Sat May 17, 2008 4:30 pm
by shon3i
Looks like links not working?

Posted: Sat May 17, 2008 6:45 pm
by roirraWedorehT
shon3i wrote:Looks like links not working?
They're working right now.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 5:09 am
by shon3i
Well yes, thanks

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:18 am
by shon3i
Ok i integrated, this update pack and Direct X 9 update pack. During installation i get many of popups with unsigned digital signatures of drivers. Can i somehow prevent them. Aslo how to disable sfc?

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:24 am
by roirraWedorehT
Um, I don't know about the unsigned digital signatures, but disabling SFC, there's an addon somewhere on here you can use if you're using RVM Integrator, or nLite has the option, I think in the tweaks section.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 10:57 am
by shon3i
I can't find addon, i am not using nlite

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 11:26 am
by bobotlito
shon3i wrote:Ok i integrated, this update pack and Direct X 9 update pack. During installation i get many of popups with unsigned digital signatures of drivers. Can i somehow prevent them. Aslo how to disable sfc?
nonno fabio wrote:Uncertified driver messages appairs often in XP and Vista too (very often with audio drivers) but don't give problems.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 1:39 pm
by roirraWedorehT
shon3i wrote:I can't find addon, i am not using nlite
Top of screen: Search

Forum: Update Pack Addons
Search for Keywords: SFC

"Search"

Control-F ("find" in your web browser)

SFC

"Next", "Next" again

[Release] Hacked sfc_os.dll (disables WFP)

But I see in last post (perhaps should be added to first post as well):
RyanVM wrote:Obsoleted by Aserone's addon.
[Release] Hacked sfc_os.dll ->compatible with 2.0.X<-

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 4:07 pm
by shon3i
@roirraW "edor", well i know for that addons and they are not for win2000.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 4:40 pm
by roirraWedorehT
Ah, whoops. Hehehehe...forget where I'm posting. I wonder if they work anyway.

Maybe the only way for Win 2000 is through nLite then.

Anyone else know?

Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:10 am
by bobotlito
i've tried this:

base cd sp2

nlite session 1
- integrate usp5.1 refresh
- integrate post usp5.1 refresh hotfixes

nlite session 2
- integrate onepiece W2k DirectX 9.0c Mar08 w/upd. UpdatePack v2.9.0
- integrate onepiece Onepiece WMP 9 w/updates for W2k Addon v2.9.0
- make bootable iso

installed with no errors, no unsigned driver
works perfectly

i hope this post will be a help to figure-out why onepiece w2k post sp4 update pack has unsigned driver error during install.

Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:22 am
by roirraWedorehT
bobotlito wrote:base cd sp2
Did you mean SP4? :wink:

Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:35 am
by bobotlito
no, it's SP2

it doesn't matter,

sp0 / sp1 / sp2 / sp3 / sp4 can be used for usp5.1

Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:43 am
by roirraWedorehT
Didn't know that! I thought you had XP on your mind. :)

Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:57 am
by bobotlito
:P








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Posted: Thu May 22, 2008 3:55 am
by nonno fabio
new release:
Added KB950749 (replaces KB895751) and KB823658 hotfixes

Posted: Fri May 23, 2008 1:34 am
by shon3i
Thanks :)

No update to IE 6

Posted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:17 pm
by jbob
Thanks for this. I'm working on an older system. I used the RVM integrator 1.5.3 and a SP4 Slipstreamed Win2K source. I included Kels_CPL multipack addon, and the OnePiece 3.0.0 Update pack. Install went without a hitch however it looks like IE stayed at version 5. Doesn't the OnePiece pack update IE 5 to IE 6 sp1? Or maybe I did something wrong!

Posted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:01 pm
by roirraWedorehT
Interesting. Well, all indications are that this update pack should update to IE 6 SP1, so I would venture to say that something either went wrong or the update pack has a glitch. I may be installing Windows 2000 on an old laptop in the next couple of days but I don't have time to test it before then.

AFAIR, it did update it to IE6 in the past, but my Win 2000 installations are too few and far between.
Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack V3.0.0-080522 wrote:What's included
...
- other updates:
Internet Explorer 6 SP1
...
and
Onepiece IE6 SP1 for W2k w/updates Addon v2.9.0 wrote:This addon is not needed if you use Onepiece's Win2k Update Pack

Posted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:15 pm
by jbob
Interesting enough I then applied a fully updated AutoPatcher(Win2K) and it looks like it required almost all those Hotfixes as well. I didn't look closely but from that I would presume none of the Hotfixes were slipstreamed into the install by the RVM Integrator.

I'll take a closer look later to see if I might have botched something up.

And for another eye here is the Log file from the integrator. Too me looks like it just bypassed the One Piece.

2008-06-08_09.02.43
Log Startup @ 09:02:43 On June 08, 2008

Running OS: WIN_XP Service Pack 3 X86
RVMIntegrator v1.5.3

"F:\Win2K\RyanVM\RVM_Integrator_1.5.3.exe"

09:03:01 - Windows 2000 Professional - SP4 Found
09:06:40 -
09:06:40 - Source Drive = F:\W2PFPP_EN_SP4
09:06:40 - Destination Drive = F:\Win2K\RyanVM\PostSP4
09:06:40 - Destination Size = 330.65 GB
09:06:40 - Working Directory = F:\Win2K\RyanVM\PostSP4\I386
09:06:40 - Temp Directory = F:\Win2K\RyanVM\PostSP4\I386\rvmtemp
09:06:40 -
09:06:40 - Starting Integration
09:06:40 -
09:06:40 - Copying Files To The Destination Directory.
09:06:40 - Copying Working Directory...
09:07:18 - 5143 Files Copied in 38 Seconds
09:07:19 -
09:07:19 - Checking Destination For OS Type.
09:07:19 - Windows 2000 Professional - SP4 Found
09:07:19 -
09:07:19 - Extracting OnePiece.Win2kSP4.UpdatePack.3.0.0.ENU.7z
09:07:20 - MD5 Hash = 9C9AD4A131E78997541AEFE45B1169EF
09:07:20 - Extracting OnePiece_Win_Script_5.7_for_Win2kSP4UP_AddOn_ENU.7z
09:07:20 - MD5 Hash = 9F4416DFC5BAA04C189BF0579EA83BA7
09:07:20 - Extracting Kels_CPL_MutliPack_Win2k_addon_v1.3.CAB
09:07:20 - MD5 Hash = 05DDF941F5F2B3DB6E8EAE0AA227373C
09:07:20 - Clearing any Read Only Attributes.
09:07:22 -
09:07:22 - Gathering temp files
09:07:23 - Expanding driver.cab
09:07:43 - Expanding SP4.cab
09:07:52 - Compressing Files
09:07:54 - Shifting Stuff Around
09:07:54 - 18 Files Moved in 0 Seconds
09:07:54 - Analyzing 2 Entry Files
09:07:54 - Processing Kels' CPL Win2k v1.3 Build Date: 2008/04/12
09:07:54 - Gathering Sysoc Entries
09:07:54 - Gathering Dosnet.inf [Files] Entries
09:07:54 - Gathering txtsetup.sif [SourceDisksFiles] and [WinntDirectories] Entries
09:07:54 - Processing OnePiece Microsoft Windows Script 5.7 for Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Update Pack v1.0.0 Build Date: 2008/03/27
09:07:54 - Gathering Sysoc Entries
09:07:54 - Gathering Dosnet.inf [Files] Entries
09:07:54 - Gathering txtsetup.sif [SourceDisksFiles] and [WinntDirectories] Entries
09:07:54 -
09:07:54 - Prepairing System Files...
09:07:54 - sysoc.inf
09:07:54 - svcpack.inf
09:07:54 - dosnet.inf
09:07:55 - txtsetup.sif
09:07:56 -
09:07:56 - Processing Sysoc.inf
09:07:56 - Adding Components
09:07:56 - Processing svcpack.inf
09:07:56 - Processing dosnet.inf
09:07:56 - Modifying any SP?.cab areas in dosnet.inf
09:07:56 - Editing [Files]
09:07:56 - Processing txtsetup.sif
09:07:56 - Editing [SourceDisksFiles]
09:07:56 - Modifying any SP?.cab areas in txtsetup.sif
09:07:57 -
09:07:57 -
09:07:57 - Entire .ini Processing Completed in 2 Seconds
09:07:57 -
09:07:57 - Compressing and Moving Edited Files
09:07:57 - No mmssetup.cab Found. Skipping Messenger.
09:07:57 -
09:07:57 - Calculating the number of files to pack into driver.cab
09:08:03 - Rebuilding driver.cab
09:10:28 - Compressed 3434 Files Into driver.cab
09:10:28 - Rebuilding drvindex.inf
09:10:28 - Rebuilding drvindex.inf Complete.
09:10:28 - Moving Files
09:10:28 - Replacing driver.cab
09:10:30 -
09:10:30 - Optimizing System Files.
09:10:30 - Combining dosnet.inf - [Files]
09:10:31 - Optimizing dosnet.inf - [Files]
09:10:32 - Combining dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.0]
09:10:32 - Optimizing dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.0]
09:10:32 - Combining dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.1]
09:10:32 - Optimizing dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.1]
09:10:32 - Combining dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.2]
09:10:33 - Optimizing dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.2]
09:10:33 - Combining dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.3]
09:10:33 - Optimizing dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.3]
09:10:33 - Combining dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.x]
09:10:33 - Optimizing dosnet.inf - [FloppyFiles.x]
09:10:34 - Combining txtsetup.sif - [SourceDisksFiles]
09:10:36 - Optimizing txtsetup.sif - [SourceDisksFiles]
09:10:38 - Combining txtsetup.sif - [SourceDisksFiles.x86]
09:10:39 - Optimizing txtsetup.sif - [SourceDisksFiles.x86]
09:10:39 -
09:10:39 - Scanning I386 for other files to compress...
09:10:48 - Compressing Files I386...
09:10:51 - Compressing Files WIN9XMIG...
09:10:52 - Compressing Files WIN9XUPG...
09:10:52 - Compressing Files WINNTUPG...
09:10:53 - Optimizing System Files Finished.
09:10:53 -
09:10:53 - Cleaning Up.
09:10:53 - Integration Completed.
09:10:53 - Total Integration Time = 214 Seconds
09:10:53 - ==================================================================================
09:10:53 -

Log Shutdown @ 09:11:31 On 08-06-2008

Posted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:27 pm
by bphlpt
However, a problem I've had with AutoPatcher is that it doesn't seem to recognize when a hotfix has been slipstreamed, because I think it just checks registry settings, not actually examine the version of the installed file. I could be wrong, though. It's been a little while since I used that great program.

Cheers and Regards.

Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 6:20 am
by roirraWedorehT
jbob wrote:09:07:19 - Extracting OnePiece.Win2kSP4.UpdatePack.3.0.0.ENU.7z
09:07:20 - MD5 Hash = 9C9AD4A131E78997541AEFE45B1169EF
Maybe the download was corrupt, because the MD5 doesn't match that from the first post:
OnePiece.Win2kSP4.UpdatePack.3.0.0.ENU.7z 58.8 MB
http://www.adrive.com/public/3cf86e607d ... d94a2.html
Hash MD5 51433E6A1DCE080616478B5586878FB0

Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 12:48 pm
by jbob
Ok redownloaded and got the correct Hash this time. Will try building the install CD again and see what happens. Will report back later.

After reading this thread I wonder how the SP4 SR1 update fits in to all this. MS released a Service Release to SP4(KB891861-SP4-SR1). I assume the One Piece Update pack also incorporates all post SP4 hotfixes. What happens it you Slipstream SR1 to SP4 and then use that as the source for the RVM Integrator?

Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:35 pm
by roirraWedorehT
I don't think you can straight out slipstream Update Rollup 1 to SP4. There might be some way to disect it, and then integrate it in some manual fashion, but I know you can't slipstream it, and I doubt if you can "integrate" it using nLite. It's my impression that this 2000 SP4 Update Pack should contain everything Post-SP4, including the Update Rollup.

Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 10:01 pm
by jbob
[quote="roirraW "edor""]I don't think you can straight out slipstream Update Rollup 1 to SP4. There might be some way to disect it, and then integrate it in some manual fashion, but I know you can't slipstream it, and I doubt if you can "integrate" it using nLite. It's my impression that this 2000 SP4 Update Pack should contain everything Post-SP4, including the Update Rollup.[/quote]

I went and reread the Topic post and sure enough it does cover the SR1 Rollup package. It's listed by the KB number as an included Hot Fix.

Finally got it working

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 8:20 pm
by jbob
Finally had time to redo my Win2K install CD. For first run of the Integrator I used the OnePiece DirectX Update pack only. Pointed to a slipstreamed SP4 i386 source. When that was finished I then reran the integrator now pointing to the updated i386 source files. And this time I used the OnePiece Update Pack v3.0.0 and also incorporated Kels Multipack, OnePiece's Revolutions Pack and Script 5.7 Addons.

No errors on install, except for the unsigned driver pop ups(not really an issue for me), and IE properly updated to v6 sp1.

Works great.

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:28 pm
by roirraWedorehT
Woot!

Posted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 2:34 pm
by nonno fabio
before someone asks about, 3.1.0 with june updates is ready and is coming very soon...

EDIT: released!

Posted: Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:39 am
by maveric73ph
Thank you very much!!!

Posted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 6:22 am
by scankurban
Is it possible to make multilanguage update pack creator for w2k?

Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 1:54 pm
by nonno fabio
I don't guess so. Unfortunately it's a too big modding work with uncertain conclusion.

Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 4:00 am
by Kelsenellenelvian
Any chance of an update?

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I love this pack BTW it has saved me tons of work and headaches!

Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:41 am
by nonno fabio
New Win2k Update Pack is at first place of Onepiece's to-do list, along with IE8b2 addon.

He hopes to close and release them in a few days

Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:44 am
by Kelsenellenelvian
Thank you very much.

Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:02 am
by nonno fabio
you're welcome!

By the way, now Win2k Update Pack is out. And .NET 1.1 , WS 5.7 and Revolutions Pack too.