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Anthony21
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Post by Anthony21 » Wed Jun 04, 2014 10:44 pm

has to be a 32bit environment since 64 doesn't have a sp3.

C:win-xp-pro-sp3-x86-cd.iso
winrar extract iso to folder
C:XP-SP4
moved to
J:XP-SP4
(on SSD, don't have space)

J:XP-SP4\WindowsXP-SP4-Beta-x86-ENU.exe -x


used nlight
located file
PN: Windows XP Proffessional
L: Eng
SP: 3
Vr: 5.1.2600.5512
Pth: J:\XP-SP4
Sze: 1,229.40MB

no presents settings loaded
checked only boot iso

created image
labled WinXP-Beta

iso Engine: Default
Boot sector: Default

J:\WinXP-SP4Beta.iso (1,196.88MB)

vmware came up nicely installed files to drive (BSOSU)
reboots
Light blue screen to continue the SetUp, before it shows anything besides the mouse, system reboots and trys again with continue the setup(light blue). in a loop.

weird that nlight doesn't notice sp4 after extracting sp3 into the sp3 extracted iso

whats the /integrate switch?

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Post by harkaz » Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:25 am

Anthony21 wrote:has to be a 32bit environment since 64 doesn't have a sp3.

weird that nlight doesn't notice sp4 after extracting sp3 into the sp3 extracted iso

whats the /integrate switch?
I mean: "do you run nLite in a Windows XP x86 environment"? Not the CPU architecture of the SP3 media you are modifying.

The fact that SP4 slipstreamed media is not recognised by nLite means that the integration is problematic.

To slipstream, run the command WindowsXP-USP4-beta-x86-ENU.exe /integrate:C:\XPPRO where c:\xppro is a folder that contains the extracted contents of SP3 ISO.

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Post by harkaz » Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:59 am

Currently working on an update.exe patch - trying to fix issues that occur when reinstalling SP4 live installer after its prior uninstallation.

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Post by Anthony21 » Thu Jun 05, 2014 2:27 pm

thx, that defiantly worked.

I might've mist this n forgot if i mentioned it already any of C++ (KB2538243) n silverlight.

~Cheers n Regards~

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Post by ChiefZeke » Thu Jun 05, 2014 4:15 pm

Just a bit of a reminder - if the user burns to a DVD everything will fit - the 700Mb barrier does not exist. (I would think everyone today burns to DVDs anyway.)

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Post by harkaz » Thu Jun 05, 2014 8:43 pm

@Anthony21 No, C++ runtime and Silverlight won't be included in this Service Pack.

I re-patched the update.exe file and added some additional uninstall commands to fix the aformentioned issues. Everything seems ok right now. Reinstallation after uninstallation runs perfectly. In addition, some post-uninstallation registry errors have disappeared when I applied the new patches (about 20 changes in update.exe were required).

Compiling the sfxcab - its contents are timestamped for the first time in XP SP4 developement. This means we are close to the stable release.

After publishing the Beta2 build, most likely tomorrow, I will start writing the release notes and documentation. Windows XP SP4 RC will include them, as well as any necessary fixes.

Please make your suggestions on what should be included in the SP4 documentation.

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Post by bphlpt » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:51 pm

harkaz, you have absolutely done an amazing job on this project. You should be heartily congratulated!

You seem to have done a very thorough job in testing all the various installation methods including CD, DVD, USB, live install, integrate then install, reinstallation after uninstallation, etc, so I would very much appreciate your comments about a matter that Atari800xl has brought up. It seems that SP4 and some of the other XP update packs sometimes have an issue when you try to use WinNTSetup, which is a very respected tool and is able to be used to do installs for XP, Win7, Win8, etc. JFX believes that WinNTSetup is fine, and he has no current plans to modify it to resolve the conflict since XP is EOS. He also believes that the problem lies either in the update packs themselves and/or the tools used to integrate them such as nLite or RVMi. Since you have tested the installation of SP4 by so many different methods, both with and without external tools, I have a hard time believing that the fault with WinNTSetup is with either SP4 or an external tool. BUT, if there was something that could be added to SP4 to alleviate the problems with WinNTSetup, without interfering with the proper operation of SP4 in its other means of integration, that would really be great. Those same types of changes maybe could also then be applied to the other packs. On the other hand, if you could help determine what change would be required in WinNTSetup to allow its successful use with SP4 and hopefully the other update packs as well, then maybe JFX could be persuaded to make a change after all. In order to get that to happen I'm sure such a change would have to be such that he would not need to keep tweaking it everytime an updated version of one of the update packs comes out.

Anyway, I would appreciate your thoughts.

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Post by harkaz » Fri Jun 06, 2014 3:06 am

@bphlpt I have incorporated a number of changes in the latest build, which seems to fix the WinNtSetup issues. I have changed double-refernces so that the files are moved properly to two different folders. For example, now there are 2 file: iedkcs32.mui and iedkcs32.m00 which are actually the same file but referenced with a different name and copied to different folders.

In addition the msxpsdrv.cat file is not copied during GUI-mode setup but it's installed in catalog root and copied to some folders when XPSSVCS OC is installed in T-27 setup phase. This wasn't true in the previous release.

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Post by Atari800xl » Fri Jun 06, 2014 3:13 am

Thank you very much bphlpt for your well-worded request, and thank you harkaz for taking the extra trouble of getting everything to work with WinNTSetup, I really didn't expect that!! I'm very excited to test any new build...
It would just be so very very convenient to add XPSP4 to a WinPESE8 USB, as I've said before this is a very easy way of having the install files of w7-32/64, w8.1-32/64, xp with POSReady updates/ without, etc. etc. all on one USB!

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Post by harkaz » Fri Jun 06, 2014 11:16 am

Windows XP SP4 Unofficial Beta 2 Build is now available!

Download link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7k-l_ ... sp=sharing

MD5: 5285E641D227CF4E876DD5D7FA2000C0
Date/Time Stamp: 06 June 2014 00:30 UTC
Size: 767 MB (804883484 bytes)


Release details:

This release of Windows XP SP4 Unofficial is almost stable.
All known bugs have been fixed in this version. No documentation is included yet.

This version includes ALL Windows XP updates and many updated components with all their latest updates up to including May 2014 (POSReady updates included).

Included components are:
.NET Frameworks 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, MSXML40 SP3, Adobe Flash Player 13 (May 2014), IE8, WMP11, Bitlocker to go reader, XPS Viewer EP, Windows Search 4.0 (disabled by default), IMAPIv2, Remote Desktop Connection Client 7.0, exFat update, Windows Installer 4.5, QFECheck tool, WGA (notifications disabled by default), Windows Feature Pack for Storage 1.0, November 2013 Revoked roots and Root cerificates, Windows Rights Management Client, DirectX 9.0c June 2010 Update, DirectX for Managed code (included in .NET Framework 3.5), WebDAV update for Office 12 (Rosebud).

Windows Powershell is not included. It can be installed seperately after .NET FW 3.5 gets installed.

Hotfixes included:

KB817688 - "Error on a Request to Write Data to Media" error message when you use Ntbackup.exe
KB887606 - FIX: The Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) uses cached credentials incorrectly
KB897571 - FIX: A DCOM static TCP endpoint is ignored when you configure the endpoint for WMI on a Windows Server 2003-based computer
KB898461 - Software update 898461 installs a permanent copy of the Package Installer for Windows version 6.1.22.4
KB909520 v1 - Description of the software update for Base Smart Card Cryptographic Service Provider
KB915800 v4 - A hotfix is available for Windows Desktop Search document IFilters in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
KB916157 v6 - When you receive a Stop error message or a fatal system error message, a user-mode process dump file is not created in Windows XP
KB922120 v6 - Network Map in Windows Vista does not display computers that are running Windows XP
KB927436 v2 - Error message when you attach a device that loads the Serscan.sys driver to a computer that is running Windows XP SP2, Windows XP SP3, or Windows Server 2003: "DRIVER_VERIFIER_IOMANAGER_VIOLATION (c9)"
KB932716 v2 - Description of the Image Mastering API v2.0 (IMAPIv2.0) update package that is dated June 26, 2007
KB934401 - When you run the "Ipconfig /displaydns" command in Windows Server 2003, the results are incomplete
KB940159 v2 - The Last Name field is blank in the Mail Merge Recipients dialog box when you use the Mail Merge feature on a computer that has a non-English version of 2007 Microsoft Office system installed
KB942288 v3 - Windows Installer 4.5 is available
KB943232 v2 - An application that uses the Sxs.dll file crashes when you run the application on a Windows XP-based computer
KB944043 v3 - Description of the Windows Server 2008 read-only domain controller compatibility pack for Windows Server 2003 clients and for Windows XP clients and for Windows Vista
KB945060 v3 - There may be inconsistencies in the Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) and Exchangeable Image File (EXIF) values for an image file in Windows Vista and in Windows XP
KB945184 - The Rasdial API may free the same memory two times and the dial-up application stops responding on a multiprocessor computer that is running Windows Vista
KB946648 - MS08-050: Description of the update for Windows Messenger 4.7 for Windows XP: August 12, 2008
KB947460 v3 - Error message when you try to open a mapped DFS folder after the computer comes out of standby in Windows XP: ":\ is not accessible"
KB948101 v3 - A USB keyboard does not work after you restart a Windows XP-based computer that has an NVIDIA 680i motherboard installed
KB948277 - A blank desktop may appear when you log on to a Windows XP-based computer
KB948698 - You cannot use the Reg.exe utility to access 64-bit registry keys on a 64-bit computer from a computer that is running a 32-bit version of Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Vista
KB948720 - You cannot install device drivers in a Windows Server 2008 cluster environment if the drivers contain LZ-compressed files
KB948877 v2 - After you copy multiple files from a computer that is running Windows XP to a PCMCIA SRAM card, one or more files on the card are corrupted
KB949127 v2 - You cannot establish a wireless connection by using EAP authentication on a Windows XP-based client computer if the Service Set Identifier (SSID) includes a comma
KB949900 - The RunOnce.exe process may stop responding during the driver installation process on a Windows XP-based computer
KB950305 v2 - N/A
KB950616 - An audio application that uses the Portcls.sys file may stop responding when you run the audio application on a computer that is running Windows XP
KB950820 - The system stops responding during the logoff, shutdown, or restart process on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP and that has the Japanese IME installed
KB950974 - MS08-049: Vulnerability in Event System could allow remote code execution
KB950982 - A list of ODBC system DSNs is truncated when the total number of characters that are used in all the DSN names is more than 7,500 on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 SP2
KB951159 - N/A
KB951163 - When you try to use the MSTSC command from Terminal Services Client 6.0 to connect to the local Windows XP-based computer, a black screen may appear for several minutes
KB951347 - A memory leak occurs when you use the IFaxIncomingMessageIterator interface to query incoming fax messages on a fax server that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP
KB951376 v2 - MS08-030: Vulnerability in Bluetooth stack could allow remote code execution
KB951531 v2 - The W32Time service does not synchronize the CMOS clock time to the Internet time on a Windows XP or Windows Server 2003-based computer after the W32Time service stops
KB951618 v2 - A black screen issue occurs on a Windows Vista-based computer or a Windows XP Service Pack 2-based computer that has Onekey Recovery 5.0 installed when you upgrade the operating system
KB951624 - A 30-second delay occurs during the initialization of some network-based applications or the roaming profiles cannot be loaded intermittently when Windows XP Service Pack 2 starts
KB951709 - Event ID 26 when you attach two IDE ATA/ATAPI devices as master and subordinate IDE devices on a Windows XP-based computer
KB951822 v2 - You receive an error message, the print operation fails, or partial pages are printed when you try to print to a Citizen printer or to an Alps printer in Windows XP Service Pack 3
KB951978 - Script output is not displayed as expected when you run VBScript or JScript scripts in Windows Vista Service Pack 1, in Windows Server 2008, or in Windows XP Service Pack 3
KB952004 - MS09-012: Description of the security update for MSDTC Transaction Facility: April 2009
KB952117 v2 - When you try to put a Windows XP-based computer into hibernation or into standby, the computer stops responding
KB952595 v3 - N/A
KB952954 - MS08-046: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Image Color Management could allow remote code execution
KB953024 - Rich Text Format (.rtf) files may not print correctly in Windows XP when you use an application that uses the RichEdit control
KB953028 - On a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP, an application experiences an access violation and then crashes if the computer has more than four cores or more than four logical processors
KB953155 - MS08-062: Vulnerability in Windows Internet Printing service could allow remote code execution
KB953761 - Some DHCP Options are not recognized on a Windows XP SP3-based client computer when the DHCP server offer includes option 43
KB953930 - The Fc.exe command does not work correctly on a Windows XP-based computer when the two files that you are comparing have the TAB or SPACE character around the 128th byte in a string of characters
KB954193 - Description of the Jet 4.0 Database Engine cumulative hotfix package for Windows XP SP2 and SP3, Windows Server 2003 SP1 and SP2, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, and Windows Server 2008: July 2, 2008
KB954232 - The On-Screen Keyboard behavior on a Windows XP-based computer does not mimic the physical keyboard behavior in certain scenarios
KB954434 - A multiprocessor computer that is running a Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista stops responding on a black screen after you resume the computer from hibernation
KB954708 - An update to add support for the serialization of complex Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) data types in the Windows Imaging Component
KB954920 v2 - When an application requests a result set from new SQL Server 2008 collations, you may receive an "MSG 40242" or "MSG 40205" error when the ODBC driver for SQL Server is used or an "MSG 40234" error when the SQL OLE DB provider is used
KB955109 - Error message when you run an application that uses the Application Desktop Toolbar (AppBar) component on a computer that is running Windows XP SP2 or Windows XP SP3: “0xC0000005 (Access Violation)”
KB955356 - When you try to start a Windows XP SP3-based computer that is connected to an external IEEE 1394 hard disk, the system may stop responding before the logon screen appears
KB955417 - Protected storage (PStore) uses a lower-quality cryptographic function when the system locale is set to French (France) on a Microsoft Windows-based computer
KB955567 - Data corruption may occur when you try to append data to a FILESTREAM varbinary (max) column in SQL Server 2008 on a Windows XP-based computer
KB955576 - TAPI-based applications stop responding, and you cannot disconnect telephone calls on a Windows XP-based telephony server
KB955704 - Description of the exFAT file system driver update package
KB955830 v2 - When you connect to a Windows XP-based computer by using a remote desktop connection, the computer may be not able to automatically enter the Sleep mode again after you log off the computer
KB955988 - The Win32_Environment WMI class does not return the value of the PATH environment variable if the variable consists of more than 1,024 characters on a Windows XP-based computer
KB956048 - An application that calls the Image Color Management (ICM) functions in the Icm32.dll module may crash on a Windows Server 2003-based computer
KB956572 - MS09-012: Description of the security update for Windows Service Isolation: April 2009
KB956588 - The job-level PrintTicket is associated with the document-level PrintTicket and with the page-level PrintTicket when you print a document to an XPS driver on a Windows XP-based computer
KB956844 - MS09-046: Vulnerability in the DHTML Editing Component ActiveX control could allow remote code execution
KB957218 - A user name that contains Unicode characters is not handled correctly in Windows XP Service Pack 3 during the EAP authentication
KB957495 - The action controls in Sound Recorder are missing or only partly visible if you set the font size to Large or to Extra Large in a non-English version of Windows XP
KB957502 - Error message when you try to open some MMC 3.0 snap-ins in a localized version of Windows XP Service Pack 3: "MMC could not create the snap-in. The snap-in might not have been installed correctly."
KB957931 - A Windows XP-based, Windows Vista-based, or Windows Server 2008-based computer does not respond to 802.1X authentication requests for 20 minutes after a failed authentication
KB958071 - You receive error code 1206 when you run an application that uses the WLanSetProfile function on a Windows XP Service Pack 3-based computer
KB958149 - Performance decreases when you stream isochronous data on a Windows-based computer that has a Texas Instruments (TI) IEEE 1394 host controller installed
KB958244 - The system may stop responding when you restart a Windows XP-based multicore computer
KB958817 - The Automatic Update window may stop responding when you use a WSUS server to deploy Windows Internet Explorer 7 and cumulative security update 944533 on a Windows XP-based client computer
KB958910 - When you send a print job to an Internet Printer Protocol (IPP) print server from a Windows-based computer, the print job fails and never restarts
KB959267 - After you repeatedly dock and undock a Windows XP-based portable computer that is connected to a docking station, you may be unable to change the state of an attached network device
KB959334 - Text that has the font set to Arial Black and the font style set to bold may change so that the font is set to Arial Black and the font style is set to talic when you open the document on a computer that is running Windows XP
KB959465 - Write protection does not always work on SD memory cards that are plugged into a computer that runs Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows Server 2008
KB959682 - FIX: A Message Queuing 3.0 message is rejected on the receiver when you send the message by using an external certificate from a Windows XP Service Pack 3-based computer
KB959765 - Remote NDIS (RNDIS) devices may not work correctly after you perform a surprise removal on a Windows XP-based computer and then attach the RNDIS device to the computer again
KB959873 - You cannot send Start TLS requests from a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP or Windows Vista to a server that is running OpenLDAP Software
KB960071 v2 - An access violation occurs when you use an application that calls the SQLExecDirect function of the SQL Server ODBC driver to run a long query in Windows Server 2003 or in Windows XP
KB960519 - Windows Vista does not use all the bandwidth of a PPPoE connection when you download a file from an FTP server
KB960655 - You encounter several problems on a Windows XP SP3-based computer when the EAP-TLS machine authentication fails during system startup
KB960680 v2 - An update is available to update the Slovak koruna currency symbol (Sk) to the Euro currency symbol (€) and to update the Turkish currency symbol from Yeni Türk Lirası (YTL) to Türk Lirası (TL)
KB960859 - MS09-042: Vulnerability in Telnet could allow remote code execution
KB960921 - If you start a Windows XP-based portable computer while it is running on battery power, the brightness of the LCD screen is not decreased as expected
KB960970 - An IEEE 1394 network adapter that is installed on a Windows XP-based computer is not listed in Device Manager
KB961067 - When you search some specific terms in the German version of Windows XP, the search results are incorrect
KB961118 - All the PCL inbox printer drivers become unsigned after you install the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1
KB961187 v2 - If you reconnect a removable storage device to a computer that is running Windows XP, the operating system cannot find the removable storage device
KB961451 v2 - FIX: You receive an incorrect value when you query the last-inserted identity value after you use a client-side cursor to insert data to a table that contains an identity column in an application that uses ActiveX Data Objects
KB961503 - You cannot input characters as expected by using a non-English Input Method Editor in Windows Live Messenger on a Windows XP-based computer
KB961605 - FIX: Multicast messages larger than 64 kilobytes (KB) are not delivered as expected by using Message Queuing 3.0 after security update MS08-036 is installed
KB961742 v3 - An update is available that adds support for RemoteApp to Windows XP SP3 virtual machines on a Windows 7-based computer
KB961853 v2 - Error message when you try to access a network share in a private network: "There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request"
KB963038 - Error message when you establish a remote desktop connection to a remote computer that is running Windows XP: "STOP: 0x1000008E"
KB963093 - MS09-023: Vulnerability in Windows Search could allow information disclosure
KB965220 - N/A
KB967048 v2 - Error message on a Windows XP-based computer that has a USB card reader: "Stop 0x000000D1"
KB967705 v2 - When you try to print some data in the PDF format in Internet Explorer on a Windows XP-based computer, the main menu of Internet Explorer disappears.
KB968389 - Extended Protection for Authentication
KB969059 - MS09-057: Vulnerability in Indexing Service could allow remote code execution
KB969084 - Description of the Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 client update for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) for Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1, and Windows Vista SP2
KB969262 - Windows XP stops responding when heavy I/O operations occur on an NTFS-formatted volume.
KB969632 - Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) does not start in Windows XP, and you receive a message in the System log: "The Background Intelligent Transfer Service service terminated with service-specific error 2147500037 (0x80004005)"
KB970048 - Slow printing performance when you print to an LPR printer from a Windows XP-based computer
KB970063 - When you save a RTF document that contains nested tables in WordPad 5.1 in Windows XP, you may notice that the file is blank when you reopen the RTF document
KB970254 - The modem does not work and you cannot open the "Network Connections" window after you unplug and plug in the modem several times when a PPP connection is established in Windows XP
KB970326 - You cannot manage Windows Deployment Service (WDS) images from a Windows XP-based client computer that has a localized admin pack installed
KB970413 - The Win32_Process class returns incorrect CreationDate property during the first week after daylight saving time begins or ends
KB970430 - Description of the update that implements Extended Protection for Authentication in the HTTP Protocol Stack (http.sys)
KB970483 - MS09-020: Vulnerabilities in Internet Information Services (IIS) could allow elevation of privilege
KB970553 - Error message when you query Win32_Product class after you install applications by using Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) 4.5 with "Per-User" option in Windows XP: "0x80041001 - Generic failure"
KB970685 - Error message when you try to access an SD card on a Windows XP-based computer that has a particular combination of SD host controller and SD card: "The disk in drive is not formatted"
KB971029 - Update to the AutoPlay functionality in Windows
KB971165 - The CLIENTNAME environment variable returns the value "Console" instead of the actual client name when users first log on to a Windows XP SP3-based computer by using Remote Desktop Connection
KB971234 v2 - The Defrag.exe tool crashes when you run the Dfrgntfs.exe tool to defragment a hard disk on a computer that is running Windows XP
KB971276 v3 - You receive incorrect print output if the IPrintPipelineProgressReport interface is used in your printing application on a Windows XP SP3 or Windows Server 2003 SP2-based computer
KB971314 - All PCL inbox printer drivers become unsigned after you install the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 or the XPS Essentials Pack in Windows XP or in Windows Server 2003
KB971345 - The LimitProfileSize Group Policy setting does not take effect when the size of a user profile is larger than 4 GB on a Windows XP-based client computer
KB971455 - A computer that is running Windows XP SP3 cannot authenticate a wireless router that uses the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) when the router is configured to use Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
KB971657 - MS09-041: Vulnerability in the Workstation Service could allow elevation of privilege
KB972270 - MS10-001: Vulnerability in the Embedded OpenType Font Engine could allow remote code execution
KB972422 - A Windows XP-based computer stops responding at the "Windows is loading your profile" screen when you connect to the computer by using an RDP connection
KB972435 - Slow performance when you try to open a redirected drive on a remote computer that is running Windows XP through a Terminal Services session
KB972878 - The "Guaranteed service type" Group Policy setting returns to the default value after you restart a client computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003
KB973502 - The size of the Ntds.dit file becomes larger on one or more domain controllers that are running Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 after you enable the credential roaming feature for the domain
KB973507 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for the Active Template Library: August 11, 2009
KB973624 - After you use a smart card to log on to a computer that is running Windows XP, Digest authentication fails
KB973815 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for Microsoft MSWebDVD ActiveX Control in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003: August 11, 2009
KB973869 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for the DHTML editing component ActiveX control: August 11, 2009
KB973904 - MS09-073: Description of the security update for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003: December 8, 2009
KB974112 - MS09-052: Vulnerability in Windows Media Player could allow remote code execution
KB974266 - Group Policy Preferences Client-Side Extension Hotfix Rollup
KB974318 - MS09-071: Vulnerabilities in the Internet Authentication service could allow remote code execution
KB974571 - MS09-056: Vulnerabilities in CryptoAPI could allow spoofing
KB975025 - MS09-051: Description of the security update for Audio Compression Manager: October 13, 2009
KB975467 - MS09-059: Vulnerability in the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service could allow denial of service
KB975560 - MS10-013: Description of the security update for Quartz: February 9, 2010
KB975713 - MS10-007: Vulnerability in Windows Shell Handler could allow remote code execution
KB976323 - MS10-024: Description of the security update for Windows SMTP Service: April 13, 2010 and July 13, 2010
KB977816 - MS10-026: Vulnerability in Microsoft MPEG Layer-3 codec could allow remote code execution
KB977914 - MS10-013: Description of the security update for AVI filter: February 09, 2010
KB978338 - MS10-029: Vulnerability in Windows ISATAP Component could allow spoofing
KB978542 - MS10-030: Vulnerability in Outlook Express and Windows Mail could allow remote code execution
KB978706 - MS10-005: Vulnerability in Microsoft Paint could allow remote code execution
KB978835 - Service cannot access the \?? namespace in Windows XP
KB979309 - MS10-019: Description of the security update for Windows Cabinet File Viewer Shell Extension: April 13, 2010
KB979482 - MS10-033: Description of the security update for Asycfilt.dll (COM component): June 8, 2010
KB979687 - MS10-083: Description of the security update for WordPad: October 12, 2010
KB981073 v3 - FIX: FTP clients may not connect correctly to an FTP site that is hosted in IIS 5.0 or IIS 5.1 on a computer that has security update 975254 installed
KB981669 - The installation process of a MSI package that contains multiple packages stops responding (hangs) in Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows Server 2008
KB981997 - MS10-050: Vulnerability in Windows Movie Maker could allow remote code execution
KB982132 - MS10-076: Vulnerability in the Embedded OpenType Font Engine could allow remote code execution
KB982316 - An update is available for the Windows Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI)
KB982665 - MS10-055: Vulnerability in Cinepak codec could allow remote code execution
KB983234 - FIX: A parent window is still disabled after you close a child dialog box that is hosted by a webpage in Internet Explorer 6
KB2115168 - MS10-052 Vulnerability in Microsoft MPEG Layer-3 codecs could allow remote code execution
KB2124261 - MS10-065: Description of the security update for Internet Information Services ASP: September 14, 2010
KB2229593 - MS10-042: Vulnerability in Help and Support Center could allow remote code execution
KB2264107 - A new CWDIllegalInDllSearch registry entry is available to control the DLL search path algorithm
KB2270406 - "0x000000D1" Stop error message when you try to refresh a webpage in Internet Explorer on a computer that is running Windows XP SP3
KB2290570 - MS10-065: Description of the security update for Internet Information Services Infocomm in Windows XP SP3: September 14, 2010
KB2296011 - MS10-081: Vulnerability in the Windows common control library could allow remote code execution
KB2345886 - Description of the update that implements Extended Protection for Authentication in the Server service
KB2347290 - MS10-061: Vulnerability in Print Spooler Service could allow remote code execution
KB2387149 - MS10-074: Vulnerability in Microsoft Foundation Classes could allow remote code execution
KB2393802 - MS11-011: Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel could allow elevation of privilege
KB2419632 - MS11-002: Description of the security update for Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8 Service Pack 1: January 11, 2011
KB2423089 - MS10-096: Vulnerability in Windows Address Book could allow remote code execution
KB2436673 - MS10-098: Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel could allow elevation of privilege
KB2443105 - MS10-097: Insecure Library Loading in Internet Connection Signup Wizard could allow remote code execution
KB2454533 v2 - Description of a shared folder that is mapped to a network drive is not displayed on a Windows XP SP3-based computer that has security update MS10-066 installed
KB2478960 - MS11-014: Vulnerability in Local Security Authority Subsystem Service could allow local elevation of privilege
KB2478971 - MS11-013: Description of the security update for Kerberos in Windows XP and in Windows Server 2003: February 8, 2011
KB2479943 - MS11-015: Description of the security update for Microsoft Windows: March 8, 2011
KB2483185 - MS11-006: Vulnerability in Windows Shell Graphics Processing could allow remote code execution
KB2485663 - MS11-033: Vulnerability in WordPad text converters could allow remote code execution: April 12, 2011
KB2491683 - MS11-024: Description of the security update for Windows Fax Cover Page Editor: April 12, 2011
KB2492386 - Application Compatibility Update for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2: April 2011
KB2498072 - A SCSI device does not burn DVD discs when you use IMAPIv2.0 for Windows XP and for Windows Embedded Standard 2009
KB2508429 - MS11-020: Vulnerabilities in SMB Server could allow remote code execution: April 12, 2011
KB2509553 - MS11-030: Vulnerability in DNS Resolution could allow remote code execution: April 12, 2011
KB2535512 - MS11-042: Vulnerabilities in Distributed File System could allow remote code execution: June 14, 2011
KB2536276 v2 - MS11-043: Vulnerability in SMB Client could allow remote code execution: June 14, 2011
KB2544893 v2 - MS11-037: Vulnerability in MHTML could allow information disclosure: June 14, 2011
KB2564958 - MS11-075: Description of the security update for Active Accessibility in Windows: October 11, 2011
KB2566454 - MS11-062: Vulnerability in Remote Access Service NDISTAPI driver could allow elevation of privilege: August 9, 2011
KB2570947 - MS11-071: Vulnerability in Windows Components could allow remote code execution: September 13, 2011
KB2584146 - MS12-005: Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows could allow remote code execution: January 10, 2012
KB2584577 - FIX: An application that uses objects that are derived from the CArchive class may crash after you install security update 2506212
KB2585542 - MS12-006: Description of the security update for Webio, Winhttp, and schannel in Windows: January 10, 2012
KB2592799 - MS11-080: Vulnerability in ancillary function driver could allow elevation of privilege: October 11, 2011
KB2598479 - MS12-004: Description of the security update for Windows Multimedia Library for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008: January 10, 2012
KB2603381 - MS12-002: Vulnerability in Windows Object Packager could allow remote code execution: January 10, 2012
KB2619339 - MS11-092: Description of the security update for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7: December 13, 2011
KB2620712 - MS11-097: Vulnerability in Windows Client/Server Runtime Subsystem could allow elevation of privilege: December 13, 2011
KB2629462 - N/A
KB2631813 - MS12-004: Description of the security update for DirectShow: January 10, 2012
KB2661637 - MS12-014: Vulnerability in Indeo Codec could allow remote code execution: February 14, 2012
KB2686509 - MS12-034: Description of the security update for CVE-2012-0181 in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003: May 8, 2012
KB2691442 - MS12-048: Vulnerability in Windows Shell could allow remote code execution: July 10, 2012
KB2698365 - MS12-045: Vulnerability in Microsoft Data Access Components could allow remote code execution: July 10, 2012
KB2705219 v2 - MS12-054: Description of the security update for Windows Networking Components: August 14, 2012
KB2712808 - MS12-054: Description of the security update for Windows Networking Components: August 14, 2012
KB2723135 v2 - MS12-053: Vulnerability in Remote Desktop could allow remote code execution: August 14, 2012
KB2727528 - MS12-072: Vulnerabilities in Windows shell could allow remote code execution: November 13, 2012
KB2749655 - Microsoft Security Advisory: Compatibility issues affecting signed Microsoft binaries
KB2757638 - MS13-002: Description of the security update for XML Core Services 3.0 and 6.0: January 8, 2013
KB2770660 - MS12-082: Vulnerability in DirectPlay could allow remote code execution: December 11, 2012
KB2780091 - MS13-011: Vulnerability in media decompression could allow remote code execution: February 12, 2013
KB2802968 - MS13-020: Vulnerability in OLE Automation could allow remote code execution: February 12, 2013
KB2807986 - MS13-027: Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode drivers could allow elevation of privilege: March 12, 2013
KB2808679 - Update that protects from internal URL port scanning is available for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2012
KB2813347 v2 - MS13-029: Description of the security update for Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 Client: April 9, 2013
KB2820917 - MS13-033: Vulnerability in Windows Client/Server Run-time Subsystem (CSRSS) could allow elevation of privilege: April 9, 2013
KB2828030 - USB audio devices stop streaming audio on a computer that is running Windows XP SP3
KB2832214 - n/a
KB2834886 - MS13-029: Description of the security update for Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 Client: April 9, 2013
KB2836198 - An update is available that removes the CSP signature check in Windows XP SP3 and Windows Server 2003 SP2
KB2847311 - MS13-081: Description of the security update for kernel-mode drivers: October 8, 2013
KB2850869 - MS13-060: Vulnerability in Unicode Scripts Processor could allow remote code execution: August 13, 2013
KB2859537 - MS13-063: Vulnerabilities in Windows kernel could allow elevation of privilege: August 13, 2013
KB2862152 - Microsoft security advisory: Vulnerability in DirectAccess could allow security feature bypass
KB2862330 - MS13-081: Description of the security update for USB drivers: October 8, 2013
KB2862335 - MS13-081: Description of the security update for USB drivers: October 8, 2013
KB2864063 - MS13-071: Vulnerability in Windows Theme file could allow remote code execution: September 10, 2013
KB2868038 - MS13-081: Description of the security update for USB drivers: October 8, 2013
KB2868626 - MS13-095: Vulnerability in XML digital signatures could allow denial of service: November 12, 2013
KB2876217 - MS13-070: Vulnerability in OLE could allow remote code execution: September 10, 2013
KB2876331 - MS13-089: Vulnerability in Windows Graphics Device Interface could allow remote code execution: November 12, 2013
KB2878379 v2 - FIX: A "c000021a" error occurs when you restart a Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 device
KB2884256 - MS13-081: Description of the security update for USB drivers: October 8, 2013
KB2892075 - MS13-099: Description of the security update for Windows Script 5.7: December 10, 2013
KB2892734 - Windows Firewall service crashes when multiple FTP operations are running in Windows XP SP3
KB2893294 - MS13-098: Vulnerability in Windows could allow remote code execution: December 10, 2013
KB2898715 - MS13-102: Vulnerability in LRPC client could allow elevation of privilege: December 10, 2013
KB2900986 - MS13-090: Cumulative security update for ActiveX Kill Bits: November 12, 2013
KB2914368 - MS14-002: Vulnerability in Windows kernel could allow elevation of privilege: January 14, 2014
KB2916036 - MS14-005: Vulnerability in Microsoft XML Core Services could allow information disclosure: February 11, 2014
KB2922229 - MS14-019: Vulnerability in Windows file handling component could allow remote code execution: April 8, 2014
KB2929729 - Memory leak when you configure Group Policy settings on a Windows Embedded Standard 2009-based computer that has Remote Desktop connections enabled
KB2929961 - MS14-013: Vulnerability in Microsoft DirectShow could allow remote code execution: March 11, 2014
KB2930275 - MS14-015: Vulnerabilities in Windows kernel mode driver could allow elevation of privilege: March 11, 2014
KB2934207 - A notification about the end of Windows XP support
KB2935092 - Daylight saving time (DST) changes for Chile, Turkey, and Paraguay
KB2926765 - Description of the security update for Windows: May 13, 2014

Internet Explorer 8, included:
KB2467659 - An update is available for Internet Explorer: December 14, 2010
KB2598845 - A Compatibility View list update is available for Windows Internet Explorer 8: October 25, 2011
KB2632503 - FIX: Array elements in very large loops may be returned as undefined in JScript 5.8
KB2909210 - MS14-011: Description of the security update for Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) 5.8: February 11, 2014
KB2936068 - MS14-018: Description of the security update for Internet Explorer: April 8, 2014
KB2964358 - Description of the security update for Internet Explorer for systems that have security update 2929437 installed: May 1, 2014
KB2953522 - Security update for Internet Explorer versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11: May 13, 2014

Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5262, included:
KB954155 - MS09-051: Description of the security update for Windows Media Audio Voice Decoder: October 13, 2009
KB970159 - User-Mode Driver Framework version 1.9 update for Windows XP, for Windows Vista, and for Windows Server 2008
KB973540 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for Windows Media Player: August 11, 2009
KB975558 - MS10-062: Vulnerability in MPEG-4 Codec could allow remote code execution
KB974905 - Error code C00D11B1 when you play an MBR file or a live stream that contains more than 32 media streams in Windows Media Player on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Vista
KB978695 - MS10-033: Description of the security update for Media Format Runtime 9, for Media Format Runtime 9.5, and for Media Format Runtime 11: June 8, 2010
KB2378111 - MS10-082: Vulnerability in Windows Media Player could allow remote code execution
KB2834904 v2 - MS13-057: Description of the security update for Windows Media Format Runtime 9.5 and 11 (wmvdecod.dll) on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003: July 9, 2013

Adobe Flash Player v13.0.0.214 ActiveX control
Microsoft.NET Framework 1.1 SP1 Updated until May 2014 (from Server 2003)
Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 family (v2.0.50727.3659+v3.2.30729.4058.3+v3.5.30729.4056.3 - May 2014 update)
Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 v4.0.30319.1023 (May 2014 update)
DirectX for Windows XP June 2010 Update (including DirectX for Managed Code)
Microsoft European Union Expansion Font Update 1.2
Windows Update v7.6.7600.256 (including Windows Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257)
KB282784 - QFEcheck v6.2.29.0
KB892130 - Windows Genuine Advantage Validation v1.9.42.0/KB905474 - Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications v1.9.40.0
KB931125 - Root Certificate Update for Windows XP - November 2013. March 2014 is NOT included.
KB940157 (including KB961184) - Windows Search 4.0
KB952011 - Windows Feature Pack for Storage 1.0 - Image Mastering API v2.0 (IMAPIv2.0) Update for Blu-Ray Media
KB952013 - Windows Feature Pack for Storage 1.0 - ICCD Smart Card Driver
KB970401 - BitLocker To Go Reader
KB979099 - Windows Rights Management Client
KB2758694 - MSXML 4.0 SP3
KB2917500 - Revoked Roots
KB907306 - Description of the Software Update for Web Folders: May 18, 2007

Windows Messenger 4.7 completely removed.
MSN Explorer 10.5
Updated version of the Luna theme with the "Royale" colour scheme.

Media Center 2005 Update Rollup 2 with the following updates:
KB887410 - Dancer does not start when music plays
KB925766 - October 2006 Update Rollup for Windows XP Media Center Edition
KB956148 - Update to address "protected content" error messages in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
KB973768 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for Microsoft HtmlInput Object ActiveX Control in Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008: August 11, 2009
KB2502898 - MS11-015: Description of the security update for Windows XP Media Center Edition: 8 March 2011
KB2619340 - MS11-092: Description of the security update for Windows XP Media Center Edition: 13 December 2011
KB2628259 - MS12-004: Description of the security update for Windows Multimedia Library for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005: 10 January 2012

Tablet PC 2005 with the following updates:
KB955534 - On a Windows XP Tablet PC-based computer, text is transferred to a different text box when you use a tablet pen to enter the text in a Web page in Internet Explorer 7
KB981835 - A stylus does not work in a WPF application on a computer that is running Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005
KB2835364 - MS13-054: Description of the security update for Windows Journal: July 9, 2013

.NET Framework 1.0 SP3 with the following updates (February 2014 update):
KB979904 - MS10-041: Description of the security update for the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0 Service Pack 3 for Windows XP Media Center Edition and for Windows XP Tablet PC Edition: June 8, 2010
KB2742607 - MS13-004: Description of the security update for the .NET Framework 1.0 Service Pack 3 on Windows XP Service Pack 3 Tablet PC Edition and Windows XP Service Pack 3 Media Center Edition: January 8, 2013
KB2833951 - MS13-052: Description of the security update for the .NET Framework 1.0 Service Pack 3 on Windows XP Service Pack 3 Tablet PC Edition and Windows XP Service Pack 3 Media Center Edition: July 9, 2013
KB2904878 - MS14-009: Description of the security update for the .NET Framework 1.0 Service Pack 3 for Windows XP Service Pack 3 Tablet PC Edition and Windows XP Service Pack 3 Media Center Edition: February 11, 2014
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Post by Anthony21 » Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:57 pm

Congrats, still makes me if not anyone a big WOW of how far this progress has been gone so well, I can't believe its June Already, feels just like yesterday that its February or January that you couldn't work on it much of you would have liked and here we are, BETA 2 in June.

Only if we could tell the whole world about this like NBC or Facebook to get this so popular other than the regards of Microsoft may or may not attempt to disrupt this pattern.

Congrats to everyone testing this thing out and suggestions to keep it windows alone without any 3rd party programs like safari, chrome, other codecs (would've been great thou), etc.

~CHEERS~

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Post by harkaz » Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:17 pm

It's just finished uploading. I accidently screwed up the original sfxcab installer, that's why I had to reupload the file.


Looking forward to your comments...

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Post by bphlpt » Fri Jun 06, 2014 6:07 pm

Thank you very much harkaz!

Now that SP is essentially in its final form, could I possibly impose upon you to please list the differences of what is included in SP4 vs OnePiece's pack? Both what his has that SP4 does not and vice versa if you could. TIA :) I would think that info, along with the list of what is in the pack such as you listed above, would be good things to include in the main post of the threads concerning SP4 wherever you post them and in the documentation as well.

As to documentation, it might also be useful to include basic descriptions of the various proven methods that SP4 can be incorporated into an XP build, both live and offline, and the tools that have been proven to work correctly with such builds and SP4, such as nLite and RVMi, and WinNTSetup and other tools if they have been proven. Such info would probably head off a lot of "How do I ... ?" type questions from new users. The fact that you have made SP4 into a service pack that can be installed and uninstalled in so many ways including offline and live both with and without using external tools should make SP4 the preferred method for making XP builds, IMHO. :) I'm sure there will be some that might not want certain features, such as .NET or whatever, so you should probably describe which features can be removed, either once installed, or removed from SP4 before installation, if that is possible. I believe that OnePiece's pack offers the ability to customize it somewhat in that way, but I could be wrong. As you know, I always want it all so I have never tried to do that, but it might broaden SP4's appeal it it were possible. If not, you might as well spell it out now to avoid the various "Can I remove ...?" type of questions. Just a thought.

Keep up the great work!

Cheers and Regards my friend

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Post by maxtorix » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:27 am

The whole project is great!

Windows XP SP4 probably will be used to install on many old PCs only with CD ROMs so, the question is:
What I should do, to get XP SP4 on only one CD from 700 MBs ?
Harkaz have a solution for splitting on two CDs but I don't figured out do I need both CDs for installation or CD 2 is needed only when I need to install tablet/mediactr components?!

However it's obvious that many people don't need media center or tablet pc components at all, but we all need net frameworks, directx, msxml...

So, in Beta 2 version of USP4 the problem is SOLVED!!!

Scenario:

At the begginig when you see Compatability pop-up - deselect all options:
Image

and select following components for removal:

Section: Multimedia->
Media Center (160 MB)
Tablet PC (70 MB)

Section: Languages-> Delete Non- needed Languages
Will reduce image about ~ 100 MB

And you will get clean XP SP4 = 688 MB ISO.

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Post by harkaz » Sat Jun 07, 2014 9:25 am

Comparison of Windows XP SP4 Beta 2 (USP4 by harkaz) vs Onepiece post-SP3 Update Pack May 2014 (OPWXPUP by Onepiece and nonno fabio)

1. Live installation Ability: USP4 - Supported, SP1/SP2/SP3 can be installed on the system / OPWXPUP - Not supported

2. Slipstream in various XP sources: USP4 - All Windows XP sources at any SP level (except for Embedded-based builds - Starter, Home, Home K, Home KN, Home N, Professional, Professional K, Professional N, Professional KN, Media Center 2002/2004 SP2/2004 SP3/2005, Tablet PC 2002/2005
vs OPWXPUP: Home SP3, Professional SP3, MCE2004SP3/MCE2005 SP3, Tablet PC 2005 SP3).

3. Included components (differences): i) OPWXPUP does not include MSN Explorer 10.5 - included in USP4.
ii) Messenger is removed in USP4
iii) Media Center 2005 Update Rollup 2 with all updates are included in USP4
iv) Tablet PC 2005 and .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 + all updates are included in USP4
v) USP4 does not include Windows Powershell 2.0 as an optional component.
vi) DX Redistributable 2010 is not uninstallable in USP4, but it is an optional component in OPWXPUP.
vii) .NET Framework 2.0, DirectX for Managed code, .NET Framework 3.0 and .NET Framework 3.5 are seperate components in OPWXPUP.
viii) .NET Framework uninstallation is not MSI-based in USP4. This helps avoid some issues with MUI packages.
ix) USP4 includes XPS Viewer and XPS Document Writer as a seperate component - XPS Viewer not included in OPWXPUP, XPS Document Writer is part of .NET Framework 3.0
x) Windows Search 4.0 and Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications are disabled by default in USP4 - but enabled in OPWXPUP.
xi) No "Brower choice", "XP End of life notification" optional components in USP4.
xii) POSReady registry tweak enabled in USP4, not included in OPWXPUP - available as an addon.
xiii) Ieaccess component takes care of the "new tabs" bug in USP4. The IE8 desktop icon behaviour is default in USP4, but not in OPWXPUP.
xiv) USP4 does not include an option to remove IE8 or WMP11.
xv) With USP4 .NET framework 4.0 cannot be enabled in Media Center edition. With OPWXPUP there is not such limitation, although it can cause MCE functionality issues.
xvi) No need for "IE8 cosmetic addon" in USP4.
xvii) In USP4 .NET Framework 4.0 installer does not run the ngen.exe executequeueditems command. This command is executed in OPWXPUP - it might increase installation time in OPWXPUP- but improves system boot time. To improve system boot time in USP4, you should execute this command after .NET Framework 4.0 has been completed and your computer has been restarted.
xviii) In USP4 some .NET Framework 4.0 installation commands are executed during Runonce (T13 of Windows Setup). This fixes issues with SQL Server 2008 installation.
xix) Microsoft Update Catalog is included in OPWXPUP. Not included in USP4.
xx) Updated OC icons for IEAccess, WMPAccess components in USP4.
xxi) MRT is not included in USP4.
xxii) GDI Detection tool is not included in USP4.
xxiii) Organize Favorites IE8 hotfix is included in USP4/not included in OPWXPUP.
xxiv) .NET Framework 1.1 is not removable in MCE2005 with USP4/OPWXPUP does not include such a limitation.
xxv) Capicom not included in USP4

4. Clean and Upgrade Installation differences:

i) The KB911610 text-mode setup fix is included in USP4.
ii) Time zone update registry is installed in text-mode setup phase.
iii) Some registry keys for specific updates (ie exFAT, kernel dump hotfix, etc.) are installed in text-mode setup. In OPWXPUP all update registry keys are added in GUI-mode setup.
iv) In USP4 catalog files are not in the SVCPACK folder. No SVCPACK folder is used by USP4.
v) In USP4, catalog files are installed in T-39 phase of GUI Setup.
vi) Layout.inf, Syssetup.inf and any modified files are digitally signed in USP4.
vii) OC Components are digitally signed in USP4. In OPWXPUP setupapi.log reports "unsigned file" errors.
viii) In Upgrade/Repair installations with USP4, qfecheck will function successfully after the upgarde. In OPWXPUP, updates won't be shown by qfecheck after the Upgrade.
ix) WebDAV update is included in USP4. OPWXPUP does not include the WebDAV update.
x) Installation time is shorter in USP4, due to the different .NET Framework 4.0 installation method.

5. Root certificate update: November 2013 in USP4, November 2013 + March 2014 in OPWXPUP.

6. OPWXPUP does not include .NET Framework 1.1 and Windows XP post-EOL updates. In USP4 all hotfixes until May 2014 are integrated, including post-EOL ones.
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Post by Atari800xl » Sat Jun 07, 2014 9:39 am

Harkaz, I'm very impressed once again. Not only with the new beta, but also with your comparison of sp4 and the OnePiece pack.

Running SP4 on a freshly installed XPSP3 works for me (as with the previous beta), but I'm interested more in integrating SP4 into my XPSP3 source and installing it with WinNTSetup.
I was pleasantly surprised to notice that the new beta doesn't have any "textmode" missing files anymore. I'm far from an expert on this, but I guess it means the "dosnet.inf" issue is solved now, which is great!

However, installing with WinNTSetup still gave me the same errors during "gui" install:
T-16: "Windows cannot load the Internet Configuration Library (ICFGNT.DLL). The following error occurred: The specific module could not be found".
T-13: "Can't access the specified device, path or file"
After final reboot: "Your current security setting do not allow this file to be downloaded".
The system then hangs at the "Please wait..." screen.

Once again: This is probably WinNTSetup related, you can just tell us that this will not work and we can't use WinNTSetup for this, I'm just reporting...

I'm very interested in other peoples' reports, did everybody use CD-based installs?

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Post by harkaz » Sat Jun 07, 2014 1:01 pm

@ atari800xl Please send me the setupapi.log and setuperr,log files from the WinNTSetup install attempt.
The ICFGNT.DLL is not part of Windows XP, so something else fails...

Probably I need to sign ALL files (including dosnet, TXTSETUP)

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Post by ianymaty » Sat Jun 07, 2014 1:34 pm

Good news and bad news.

I did more integrate and installs in different scenarios so I'm not sure now about all.

The last integrate and install from USB made by WinSetupFromUSB was the most succesful. No errors, clean Event Viewer, nothing in setuperr.log, no unsigned in setupapi.log

I need to do a new install from the same source but from ISO to be sure that all is well.

My first attempt to install in VMWARE from ISO integrated with nLite went well but have 22 Event ID 11309 Source: MsiInstaller

Code: Select all

Product: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 2 -- Error 1309. Error reading from file: C:\WINDOWS\Installer\Win\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.0\NetFX3.0InstallPath_GAC\PresentationCFFRasterizer.dll.  System error 3.  Verify that the file exists and that you can access it.
If I integrate from cmd the key is not recognized as valid.

If I integrate with RVNi tha install stops at this screen

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Post by harkaz » Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:33 pm

@ianymaty To ensure proper slipstreaming, you have to do it from a Windows XP system. Are you slipstreaming in a running Windows XP system?

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Post by Anthony21 » Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:47 pm

is it like possible when i added my drivers and adding a few more drivers with drivermax using restore option after windows installed, is it possible that i corrupted somthing in the process for getting a sonyvegas windows error sign each time i try to opened it?

I have a seperate hard drive which i don't use to keep my normal drive safe to just testing it out on my machine.

plan'n to help my 2 brothers with their windows xp machines besides myself.

is that possible?

sry for the big img, didn't kno it was gonna do tat

http://s13.postimg.org/p788qwihj/Picture.jpg
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Post by harkaz » Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:47 pm

I just noticed a fatal issue with XP Home CD-ROM installation. I will re-release Beta 2 with this fix and some others.

@Anthony21: I don't know that. Most likely it's not not an issue of XP SP4, however, because layout.inf and other driver-related files are signed.

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Post by maxtorix » Sat Jun 07, 2014 4:50 pm

Offtopic maybe or maybe not:
However in TXT Setup mode EULA still sey: Service Pack 3, maybe some mark here, as "with Unofficial Service Pack 4 included" or only Service Pack 4 instead... ?

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Post by maxtorix » Sat Jun 07, 2014 5:27 pm

I get also:
Atari800xl wrote:However, installing with WinNTSetup still gave me the same errors during "gui" install:
T-16: "Windows cannot load the Internet Configuration Library (ICFGNT.DLL). The following error occurred: The specific module could not be found".
I didn't get:
T-13: "Can't access the specified device, path or file"

I get also:
Atari800xl wrote: After final reboot: "Your current security setting do not allow this file to be downloaded".
The system then hangs at the "Please wait..." screen.

I'm very interested in other peoples' reports, did everybody use CD-based installs?
Except above errors I get also another one (in component removable scenarios):

t-13:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\grpconv.exe
Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may noy have appropriate persmissions to access the item.

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Post by harkaz » Sat Jun 07, 2014 5:44 pm

I need to examine your setupapi.log and setuperr.log files.
This issue may not be fixed in the upcoming Beta 2a re-up.

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Post by harkaz » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:23 pm

Actually I'm going to release a Beta 3 build, because of the many fixes.

Please continue testing the Beta 2 build and send me the setuperr.log and setupapi.log files.

P.S. The "Custom setup" installation is a rather good test. It has shown me lack of some references in dosnet.inf In addition, I have to abandon the text mode "insert second CD-ROM" option, because it won;t work in custom install. A HIDDEN OC in T-26 will do the job. This means an additional INF, additional signing, references to DOSNET/LAYOUT/TXTSETUP and update.inf changes of course...

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Post by Anthony21 » Sat Jun 07, 2014 11:10 pm

ok, so i tested without the drivers, didn't work, so I tested the exact iso for the xp machine i am currently using with the same integration u showed me to use in run to add sp4 to that iso then instead of the msn ver., still cam up as failed, compared to with sp4 with no installments of any drivers compared to our old dell pc with sp3 32 bit and didnt install sp4 to this pc yet, it works.

so i looked throu my installed programs i have under my windows xp sp3 dell, only thing that ringed a bell was microsoft silverlight, so the sp4, i installed driver wireless card and got silverlight, still with error, only thing that could comes to mine on my list if it isn't c++ witch i thought it said needing to have it to run sont, isn't listed, i was thinking it could be Microsoft Compression Client Feature Pack 1.0.

other than that, i say its sp4 but can't b sure of it and it probably is the layout u mention whitch im not sure what i could do on my end to get sony workn.

here is the stuff i have installed on dell and its workn, i know a few things that sony vegas uses but whats listed here, im not sure whats beeing used by it to work
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Post by bphlpt » Sat Jun 07, 2014 11:57 pm

@Anthony21, Have you tried to uninstall Sony Vegas then reinstall it? Is there any other app you have installed, or a feature of the OS itself, that has a problem?

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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:08 am

I don't usually use unedited quotes like I do here, but to avoid confusion I'm quoting "maxtorix"'s full post here, I just wanted to make clear that those three are actually the exact same errors that I'm getting!
So his "grpconv.exe" is actually the same error than my "t-13" error, sorry for not describing it correctly.
Thanks maxtorix for confirming!

maxtorix wrote:I get also:
Atari800xl wrote:However, installing with WinNTSetup still gave me the same errors during "gui" install:
T-16: "Windows cannot load the Internet Configuration Library (ICFGNT.DLL). The following error occurred: The specific module could not be found".
I didn't get:
T-13: "Can't access the specified device, path or file"

I get also:
Atari800xl wrote: After final reboot: "Your current security setting do not allow this file to be downloaded".
The system then hangs at the "Please wait..." screen.

I'm very interested in other peoples' reports, did everybody use CD-based installs?
Except above errors I get also another one (in component removable scenarios):

t-13:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\grpconv.exe
Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may noy have appropriate persmissions to access the item.

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Post by bphlpt » Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:20 am

Can either of you, Atari800xl or maxtorix, provide a copy of your setupapi.log and setuperr.log files to help harkaz fix the problem?

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Post by Anthony21 » Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:22 am

Nope, no feature installed nor not installing, just the way it is.

Sp4 integrated to Dell ISO, (has sp3)

No programs installed, no features added with/without nlight, no features disabled with/without nlight.

Just feel like torrenting sp1 of windows xp pro to sp4 to see if that works out. Just wish my sp1 home edition cd worked just to test that theory out.

Ps. Yes idid reinstall and failed with that same error

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Post by bphlpt » Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:34 am

AHHHH! You mean you have an OEM Dell ISO that already includes SP3 and other apps, you integrated SP4 to that ISO, then installed it to a clean partition? Or did you try to update your existing XP system with SP4 that you had previously used your Dell ISO to install from? If neither of those was what you did, then please explain in more detail exactly which ISO you used and how you got Sony Vegas "installed" (even if it doesn't work correctly). And since I'm not aware of an official Dell ISO that comes with Sony Vegas Pro on it, am I correct that this is not an "official" ISO directly from Dell? Or have I completely misunderstood what you are saying?

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Post by Anthony21 » Sun Jun 08, 2014 1:15 am

Well no about Vegas part.

Dell e510
2005 when we got this pc, few yrs later, (2009 ithink) we had a bad virus, I tried going online looking for the default system, parrently it had to been some stupid partition I guess that it had to be used only once by pressn f9 or somthing and then it erases after using it once, witch is BS, so here's the bad part, the yr before that, we had a tech guy fix our pc one time and made it pro from media center 2005, I tried, waisted months lookn for this partition witch did exist at one time. No disk came with this system. So later I made a copy of the hard drive to another hard drive and been using the 2nd hard drive since. We hated Dell so much bc it was always slower than hell with all the stuff we had on it and couldn't wait. Until my brother screwed somthing very badly on the original hard drive that u can't do much with the system no more like can't move files but allowed to copy files from the hard drive to another usb drive.

Sometime last yr, since finishing my build, I put my hard drive on lockdown state and added that original hard drive on my top SATA spot, believe this or not, this drive had a humongous amount of viruses on it, used the best of the best with 4 other virus, security programs, 165-173 virus's.

Ino, pretty bad, we still have no idea what he did.

But why isn't msn sp3 not working then? Can ya answer that?

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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Jun 08, 2014 1:54 am

bphlpt wrote:Can either of you, Atari800xl or maxtorix, provide a copy of your setupapi.log and setuperr.log files to help harkaz fix the problem?

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Yes, already did that earlier.
And in case this is getting confusing: I'm using 100% original XPSP3-ENU (MSDN hashes correct). Using WinNTSetup to install.

Anthony21, please remove that large image from your message, it's getting hard to read the thread...

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Post by Anthony21 » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:03 am

Sry bout tat Atari, I thought I took it down n just gave link secs after I left fr work. I'll try with the msn again, if it works this time, I might've redone a file I already did by accident.

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Post by harkaz » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:57 am

@ Atarti800xL: Please retry without the DPs. The driver for Intel Graphics and Chipset is not recognised as digitally signed.

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Post by scarface » Sun Jun 08, 2014 5:02 am

I see you are still improving your pack, harkaz, good.
Ive finally done a new version, one year later, of windows 7. Perhaps this forum would be interested in your method harkaz, not only in your skills for xp. The respectable members must already know it anyway, who knows. If you need something, you know where to find me.

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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Jun 08, 2014 6:18 am

harkaz wrote:@ Atarti800xL: Please retry without the DPs. The driver for Intel Graphics and Chipset is not recognised as digitally signed.
Testing right now, if I get results quickly enough, I'll edit this message, otherwise I'll create a new one.

DriverPacks 10.06 is actually only used for "Driver Pack Mass Storage 12.09", the other ones (hp nc6320 drivers for video, audio, card reader, fingerprint sensor and modem), are added via WinNTSetup integration.
The difference is not very imortant, but at least it's easy for me to test without the (conflicting?) video driver, while leaving the (necessary) Mass Storage drivers intact.

I do wonder why the unsigned drivers would be a problem? They never were before, in WinNT.sif there's even:

Code: Select all

DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore
Thanks again to Harkaz (you're really going "above and boyond" on this one!!) and everybody else.
Very gezellig here...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bM2mxbnsKVY
(Replace "Mark" with "Harkaz")

EDIT1: Still get this at T-16:
"Internet Connection Wizard - Windows cannot load the Internet Configuration library (ICFGNT.DLL). The following error occurred: The specified module could not be found."

EDIT2: Also still at T-13:
"C:\WINDOWS\system32\grpconv.exe - Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the approptiate permissions to access the item."

EDIT3: Even "removing" (not using) any of the extra drivers doesn't help.
So that is: Using only the Mass Storage drivers, but not the nc6320-specific drivers. Same errors. This is as "clean" as it gets for me.

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Post by harkaz » Sun Jun 08, 2014 11:16 am

OK, Atari800xl, I'm working on the issue at the moment, apart from some other problems in custom setup.

The WinNTSetup is winnt.exe-based so I have to emulate this somehow.

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Post by harkaz » Sun Jun 08, 2014 1:53 pm

POLL: Would you like .NET Framework 4.0 to be a non-default component in CD-ROM installation as well?

.NET FW 4.0 can cause boot delay and is responsible for a 2-minute delay of OOBE.

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Post by bphlpt » Sun Jun 08, 2014 2:21 pm

I don't currently have a situation that requires CD install so I can't comment about that. But regarding .NET 4.0, my opinion is that if .NET 4.0 installation becomes an option, in any of the installation scenarios, that ngen should be automatically executed if .NET 4.0 is installed. If you want or need .NET 4.0 and you are willing to put up with the longer install time it requires, then I would think that you would be willing to exchange slightly longer install time for quicker boot times from then on. Just my two cents.

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Post by harkaz » Sun Jun 08, 2014 2:23 pm

@bphlpt .NET FW 4.0 installs rather fast without the NGEN optimization. .NET FW 3.5 takes about 10 minutes to install.

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Post by bphlpt » Sun Jun 08, 2014 2:33 pm

Maybe I was confused. I was referring to your statement above:
xvii) In USP4 .NET Framework 4.0 installer does not run the ngen.exe executequeueditems command. This command is executed in OPWXPUP - it might increase installation time - but improves system boot time. To improve system boot time in USP4, you should execute this command after .NET Framework 4.0 has been completed and your computer has been restarted.
Did I misunderstand?

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Post by harkaz » Sun Jun 08, 2014 2:40 pm

Typo - my mistake, I have to correct it ;)

Check the new phrase.

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Post by Anthony21 » Sun Jun 08, 2014 3:41 pm

i don't mind having a 2-minute delay of OOBE, saves me some time getting it and installing it. to me, its worth it, defiantly when it comes to completely finished sp4, Just think of it as still part of the blue setup that you have to wait est 39mins or less depending what pc ur using.

do somthing else while its installing for the last est. 15mins or so

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Post by bphlpt » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:05 pm

I think you misunderstood my suggestion.
xvii) In USP4 .NET Framework 4.0 installer does not run the ngen.exe executequeueditems command. This command is executed in OPWXPUP - it might increase installation time in OPWXPUP - but improves system boot time. To improve system boot time in USP4, you should execute this command after .NET Framework 4.0 has been completed and your computer has been restarted.
I think that SP4's behavior should be like OPWXUP in this case. If .NET 4.0 is installed, then I think that ngen should be run to take advantage of the resulting decrease in boot time in all future boots. The increase in install time seems to be an acceptable trade-off. But that is just my opinion.

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Post by harkaz » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:36 pm

@bphlpt I had tried this in the past, but it can create problems. For this reason I decided not to include this command. It can be run at runonce but this will happen every time you reinstall it from OC Manager and it will show you a blank desktop for about 20 minutes...

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Post by bphlpt » Sun Jun 08, 2014 7:22 pm

Oh. OK I guess that would be a problem. :)

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Post by ianymaty » Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:01 am

Hi, harkaz.

All my previous tests were made in Windows 7 x64. I did countless integrates of OnePiece_Windows_XP_Post-SP3_UpdatePack with nLite and RVMi in Windows 7 x64 without issues. Seems that only nLite can correctly slipstream this SP4 in Win 7. The CMD had the problem with the key not recognized as valid. I don't know why. What nLite can do and the direct CMD don't manage in Win 7 as I run the command as admin? The process seems to be simmilar in progress but not the outcome.

Anyway, I installed a clean SP3 in VMWare and update it from WU to the latest available so I could run the test slipstreams in VM.
These are the test images made in different scenarios.
Image

As you can see the CMD and nLite images are same in size apart from the RVMi created image of the nLite slipstreamed. RVMi ads "rvmintegrator.img" his boot image in the root. However this RVMi created image works without problem. So the problem isn't at the image creation.

But the RVMi splipsteamed image has the same problem as my previous post. As you can see the image is smaller. There are missing files.
1. WIN51CD2 - this I'm not sure that will cause that problem
2. SP3.CAB - this sure can cause that problem

Now, I watched the whole process. With CMD and nLite I get the final prompt that says "succesfully slipstreamed" like thing. Not with RVMi.
As it appears first stage is extraction, than integration and before the end it looks like it starts again a little integrate, this could be a cleanup thing, I guess. This happens regardles of what method is used but seems that at this stage RVMi removes those files. I don't know why. (I watched the folder content at this stage)

So the bottom line is
nLite - Windows XP and Windows 7 x64 no problems.
CMD - OK in Windows XP NOT OK in Windows 7 x64
RVMi - NOT AT ALL

Now comes the tricky part. I did all the install tests in VM from ISO and USB (made by WinSetupFromUSB, I can't seem to manage to create an USB with the WinNTSetup you guys talk about, a link to a guide would help)
Installs from USB have clean Event Viewer, clean setuperr.log and no unsigned in setupapi.log. Hooray. Congrats! Good JOB!

Installs from ISO have :

Event ID: 60055 Source: Setup
Windows Setup encountered non-fatal errors during installation. Please check the setuperr.log found in your Windows directory for more information.

setuperr.log

Error:
Setup had problems registering the following OLE control DLL:

C:\WINDOWS\system32\RUNDLL32.exe

Contact your system administrator, who may provide assistance in diagnosing this problem.

For now, this is all the info I can give you.

Thank You.

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Post by harkaz » Mon Jun 09, 2014 12:39 pm

@ianymaty Can you send me the setupapi.log file? It will show me which command failed to execute.

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Post by ianymaty » Mon Jun 09, 2014 12:52 pm

Oh, I didn't saved them as I did all those installs, just looked in it for unsigned files as you asked.

I'll do another install and post it.

PS.
Just droped to me a box and now I have chance to see a live install from USB.

I'll be back with more info, when done..

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