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  1. Yep that's exactly what is happening. Specifically, the reg info that gets messed up are in the paths below. So you could back them up then restore them once Uni Extract is done. Or you could just use the patched peid version that prevents it from ever altering these entries in the first place. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\PEiD HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\Scan with PEiD\ HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\dllfile\shell\Scan with PEiD\ HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\Scan with PEiD\
  2. If you have another copy of peid installed on comp, the copy in uni extract will reset the settings whenever it is used. This can get really annoying since the one in uni extract directory will take over shell extensions since peid automatically writes to registry whenever it is closed. I patched peid to prevent it from writing to registry (download here). Just replace the copy inside Uni Extract dir with this and you should be all set.
  3. I just thought I might add, even with the latest innounp the current release of uni extract will fail on certain versions of Inno (ex. v5.1.5). This has nothing to do with innounp itself, which can upack the files fine, but with peid's definition files. I attempted to add custom OEP sigs for newer versions but for some reason peid won't pick them up while in use by peid. I don't know what you've done in new unreleased version but if I remember correctly finding an alternative to using peid was on your todo list. If not, maybe a modded version of peid is in order that will pick up the custom def files (I could be doing something wrong as well) as well as not overwrite settings in registry. I have two copies of peid, one with a batch of plugins and such and then one being used by uni extract. I think I posted a modded version of peid to prevent it from writing to registry its own settings so as to not mess up my standalone version. edit: Thought I would add an example. Scanning this installer with peid stock def files you get "Borland Delphi 2.0 [Overlay]" but if I do an "External scan" it picks up the definitions I made and correctly identifies it as "Inno Setup Module v5 [Overlay] *". So when uni extract scans this file it sees it as a delphi file and rejects it.
  4. Uni Extract fails for inno setup v5.1.6, however it can be unpacked fine if you use commandline for innounp. 7-Zip 4.52 beta Copyright (c) 1999-2007 Igor Pavlov 2007-08-03 Processing archive: C:\Documents and Settings\KyotoMint\Desktop\gardenflowers.exe Error: Can not open file as archive It seems to be picking it up as a 7-zip for some odd reason. Source file: edit: Came across another v5.1.6 that prompted same problem: