Sound Lover

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  1. Dencorso, thanks for removing the live link from my post. My bad! jp
  2. RE: dencorco's POST # 72 I linked to: Adrian Rojack's Optimization Guide and got a Virus pop-up. I didn't trust this pop-up but I had to shut down my browser (Firefox with CTRL-ALT-DEL to exit this site. Ran SpyBot 1.6.2 and SuperAntiSpyware but found nothing. Should I dig deeper? jp
  3. Thanks Soporific and submix8c, Since I don't use Outlook Express and I've now removed it, I'll just leave things as they are. I appreciate your responses.
  4. Your "Changelog Page": "Version 2 - (November 21st, 2009)... Version 2 - (October 11th, 2009) Major updates in this one. WPIC Now has an official .exe launcher! (Update your scripts to match!) (Francesco) WPI.hta is NO LONGER used to launch WPIC. Use WPI.exe." Your "Help Page": "How to program WPI for an application install: Run WPI.hta and select the Config button. You will now be redirected to the Config Wizard." Which one is correct? The link (in the same Help Page): "To find the switch(s) for the most common apps you can use the Universal Silent Switch Finder from HERE...." doesn't work (This page cannot be found)
  5. Just went to your: "Welcome to the WPI Classic Homepage!" "WPI Classic is targeted towards legacy operating systems such as Windows 98 and ME. (It still works on the new OS's too!)". Question 1: Why the reference to Windows XP? "... While Windows XP offers many ways of customizing the setup process out of the box, ..." Question 2: RE: "WPI also and is commonly used added to your windows installation disks. This way you can automate the complete process of Windows and program installations." I don't get the meaning of those two sentences. A verb after "WPI also ..." seems to be missing.
  6. Soporific, Thank you for Auto-Patcher. RE: kb951066: Unofficial Cumulative Update for Outlook Express 6 sp1. A few days ago I re-installed Windows 98SE (including Outlook Express). I then ran the latest Auto-Patcher (Dec 2007 Final + Dec 2008 Upgrade) and installed the Internel Explorer 6 sp1 and hofixes in the Internet Explorer Module. One of these hotfixes was: kb951066-Unofficial Cumulative Update for Outlook Express 6 sp1. I decided to remove Outlook Express and found these two entries in Start/ Settings/Control Panel/Add/Remove: 1) Microsoft Outlook Express 6 2) Outlook Express Q951066 To make a long story short, I tried to remove "Outlook Express Q951066" first and the following message appeared on my screen: "Internet Explorer Update Invalid INF file OK" I'm fairly new at this and was hoping that someone here could explain what makes "Q951066.inf" "invalid". Note that "Q951066" (in c:\WINDOWS) only reads: "(Version) OSVersion=4.10 (Strings) IEVersion=6.0.2800.1106) jp