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  1. Quick web search tured out the following: Worked like a charm for me on XP. However, on Win2k you get errors related to the included gdiplus.dll. If you delete all instances of it from the installation directories it appears to run without a hitch. Edit: it appears I had a corrupted file, now it's running great without that modification. However, I had to manually add the main help files to the source, then use NCAB to add the NVE help files (languagepack) to the custom setup--it wouldn't add both.
  2. Hiya awergh, Your patch is awesome! NT4 has never looked better. My only question: Any plans for a sound scheme? Thanks for all your hard work!
  3. Here's an updated link list: Service Pack and Rollup (Item 3a): Sysinternals Files (List Item 3b): TAPI 2.1 (List Item 3c): <{POST_SNAPBACK}> See above post Windows Installer 2.0 (List Item 3d): FDV's Hotfix List URLs (List Item 6): [url=""]q243649.exe[/url] [url=""]q243835i.exe[/url] [url=""]q246045.exe[/url] [url=""]q247869i.exe[/url] [url=""]q248183.exe[/url] [url=""]q248399i.exe[/url] [url=""]q249108i.exe[/url] [url=""]q249973i.exe[/url] [url=""]q257870i.exe[/url] [url=""]q259496i.exe[/url] [url=""]q259622i.exe[/url] [url=""]q259728i.exe[/url] [url=""]q262694i.exe[/url] [url=""]q265714i.exe[/url] [url=""]q266433i.exe[/url] [url=""]q269049i.exe[/url] [url=""]q269239i.exe[/url] [url=""]q275567i.exe[/url] [url=""]q276575i.exe[/url] [url=""]q279336i.exe[/url] [url=""]q280119i.exe[/url] [url=""]q304158i.exe[/url] [url=""]q305399i.exe[/url] [url=""]q312895i.exe[/url] [url=""]q313829i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q314147i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q318138i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q320206i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q323172i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q326830i.exe[/url] [url=""]q328310i.exe[/url] [url=""]q329115i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q810833i.EXE[/url] [url=""]q811493i.exe[/url] [url=""]Q815021i.EXE[/url] [url=""]Q817606i.EXE[/url] [url=""]q819696i.exe[/url] [url=""]q823980i.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-kb823182-x86-enu.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB823803-x86-ENU.EXE[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB824105-x86-ENU.EXE[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-kb824141-x86-enu.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-kb824146-x86-enu.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-kb825119-x86-enu.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB828035-x86-ENU.EXE[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB828741-x86-ENU.EXE[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB835732-x86-ENU.EXE[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB839645-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB840987-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB841533-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB841872-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB870763-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB873339-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB873350-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]windowsnt4server-kb885249-x86-enu.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB885834-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB885835-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB885836-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB891711-x86-ENU.exe[/url] Non-Public Hotfixes on FDV's List (get it from MDGx's site): DirectX Files (List Item 10): Other project-related files: [url=""]Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 Full[/url] Complete* list of [Unofficial] hotfixes on MDGx's NT4 page (hosted by MDGx): [url=""]Q932590.EXE - Unofficial Windows 95/OSR1/OSR2/98/98 SP1/98 SE/NT4/ME TZ Environment Variable Errors Fix[/url] [url=""]EXPLORNT.EXE - Unofficial Windows NT 4.0 256 Colors Icons Explorer Fix[/url] [url=""]NT924667.EXE - Unofficial Windows NT 4.0 SP6a Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) Security Vulnerability Fix[/url] [url=""]SERVICNT.EXE - Unofficial Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003 SERVICES Update[/url] [url=""]NT912919.EXE - Unofficial Windows NT 4.0 SP6a WMF Graphics Rendering Engine (GRE) Security Vulnerability Fix[/url] [url=""]Q920670.EXE - Unofficial Windows 98/98 SP1/98 SE/NT4 SP6a/ME Hyperlink Object Security Vulnerability Fix[/url] [url=""]NT908519.EXE - Unofficial Windows NT 4.0 SP6a Embedded Web Fonts Security Vulnerability Fix[/url] Complete* list of Official hotfixes listed on MDGx's NT4 page which are NOT on FDV's list: [url=""]VB6-KB924053-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4Server-KB841356-x86-ENU.exe[/url] [url=""]WindowsNT4OptionPack-KB883935-x86-enu.EXE[/url] [url=""]Q841373I.exe[/url] [url=""]Q823492i.EXE[/url] [url=""]Windows-KB823559-ENU.EXE[/url] [url=""]Q278499i.EXE[/url] Great work so far! Can't wait!
  4. In NT4 the best way to do setup stuff like this is not RunOnceEx (which is part of OE Update Service), but RunOnce (which is a Winlogon.exe-initiated script). How I've seen it used: insert a Run (every time Winlogon.exe starts) or RunOnce (only at next Winlogon.exe instance) Key in the reg, then it's deleted it after running. RunOnceEx only works in other versions because they've got OE/IE integrated. Windows 4.0 versions don't have OE integrated. See MSDN Article for once source; I actually first saw this used in a script on a Scandinavian webpage (Swedish? Can't find it right now)when researching an automated install of NT4. Supposedly the MMC was created to allow "developers and users" to "easily create" plugins to do system tasks. Yes, I've tried both the Win2K and XP mmc snapins, none of them work properly in NT4. *sheds a tear for lack of device manager MMC snapin* :'( Why IE55SP2 and not IE60SP1 for NT4? Does it also work for slipstreaming? IE6 support in NT4 is one of its major pluses for me, I need it to work. If it could be slipstreamed...( I know, this is FDV I'm talking to, but still) this would be the most awesome project EVER for NT4. IIRC (check it out in Hotstream posts), Gurgelmeyer consulted with a lawyer, or MS rep, or both, before release. BTW, do you know where I can find the other files listed in #9 & 11? I'm using all the files found on MDGx's NT4 page, and I've got only a small portion of those you've listed. Normally I'd look first on erpman/erpdude's page, but it's down ATM.
  5. I've added the makecabbed TCMAPP.EX_ as an attachment. Hopefully will save Mr. Dunn some bandwidth. Also--as you may be aware, the entire IE4 Shell update is located in the ie5 download, in IE4SHLNT.CAB. It's installed via ie4shell.inf, from that cab.
  6. Hiya All, FYI: Hard-as-heck to find TAPI 2.0, anywhere. Hope this helps: Found at Michael Dunn's TAPI Site: TAPI 2.1 SDK Can't wait for the finished project... Thanks for all your hard work!
  7. My $0.02: When I bought my first mainboard with integrated SATA controller, I wanted to go all-SATA and bought one of the first SATA DVD burners to replace my 2.4x LiteOn (my first Plextor drive,, thinking it'd be somewhat future-proof... Windows XP did NOT like installing from SATA. Also, many utilities (especially bootable CDs) didn't work from SATA. Finally installed a spare IDE drive. I'm not sure about Vista, or maybe even XP (SP3), but SATA optical drives with XP (RTM to SP2) are problematic and should probably be avoided. Or, at least, be aware of possible problems. Lastly, remember that IDE won't be out of the picture anytime soon, and probably not before even your *NEW* drive has reached end-of-life (as mine did). That being said, that drive looks nice. (IMHO, since DVD-R version 2.1 spec. media became available (up to 16x), ALL media and burners are sooooo much more reliable!) Good Luck and Happy New Year!
  8. Hiya Marxo, How's that WMP7 skin coming along? Thanks for all your hard work!
  9. Sweet, I'm installing it now! Looking forward to a beautiful W2K experience.
  10. Results of testing: error msgbox when accessing "settings" cpl: --------------------------- Vistapack 2000 beta Settings.exe - Unable To Locate DLL --------------------------- The dynamic link library mscoree.dll could not be found in the specified path C:\WINNT\Vistapack 2000 beta;.;C:\WINNT\system32;C:\WINNT\system;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT\system32;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT\System32\Wbem. --------------------------- OK --------------------------- mouse pointer scheme stayed "vista" mouse pointer scheme not removed with uninstall themes cpl renamed (wrong lang) system cpl wrong lang (see attachment) changelog reads wrong versin (update not included in changelog) settings cpl not removed with uninstall oeminfo.ini, oemlogo.bmp not removed with uninstall The rest of my results probably are of no consequence as my testbed's video (i810 integrated) maxed at 24-bit. Great job so far!
  11. Sweet, I've just downloaded the new version and am looking forward to installing it today! Thanks for all your hard work!
  12. I'd also love to know how to do this. If you can fool an app to think WIN98 is XP, 2000 should be even easier. It's gotta be possible.
  13. You guys may know already, but Autopatcher 5.6 (still in testing) will include patches for all office versions from 97-2007.
  14. Hiya All, Looking forward to trying it out. Don't really care for the bootsplash though, we're trying to XPize, no? Here's my favorite, don't remember its source (from here in the forums): boot16.bmp Cheers!
  15. Actually, Resource Hacker is for 32-bit files only. Try eXeScope instead (you can get it from Softpedia). Good Luck!