ajua

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About ajua

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  1. Hi, thanks for the recommendation. I'm still making my iTunes installers and are up to date. I also keep the custom installers for other programs, even the old stuff as you called it, updated. From time to time I remove some and add some that I use as well. Check it out. The description of my installers is here. The program list and download links is here. PS: I haven't updated the landing page in a long time but I'm planning to do so before the end of this month.
  2. Looks promising. I will give it a try this weekend.
  3. I still make this installers for my clients, and the majority of them don't have an iPhone, just iPods. Also, it would make the installer grow considerably. However, I will remember your suggestion and perhaps I'll add it in future releases. You can always extract my installer and add MobileDeviceSupport. After that, you can repack it to make a new switchless installer. There are instructions on this forums.
  4. Try using TARGETDIR instead of INSTALLDIR. It should work. Keep in mind though, that the iPod resources will get install in Program files if I recall correctly. Regards. I tried AppSupport.msi TARGETDIR="C:\Program Files\Apple\AppSupport" /qb /norestart and it still installed it in C:\Program Filse (x86). For AppSupport I'm not sure if the installer supports those properties. iTunes does, according to some of the people that use my installers, though.
  5. Try searching Kaspersky forums. Maybe you can run the Remover.exe silently. That app is made by kaspersky to remove their products when something fails. You could also search the knowledge base in their site.
  6. Try using TARGETDIR instead of INSTALLDIR. It should work. Keep in mind though, that the iPod resources will get install in Program files if I recall correctly. Regards.
  7. There's another called Mars Installer, if I recall correctly.
  8. Did you remove everything Apple from that computer? Try running (google it) MSI cleanup utility from Microsoft to delete any traces of their installers. My installers don't run Apple Mobile Device Support. If you need it, try running it from the original iTunes installer.
  9. You can always use the portable version and make an installer or SFX archive with it. It is in the other builds page in the download section.
  10. You can try Caphyon Advanced Installer. Is has a free (but limited) set of features. You will get an MSI installer than can be deployed or uninstalled with ease.
  11. I don't know because I haven't tried to install it to a different folder. What do you get? An error? Have you tried to specify a different path?
  12. Advanced Installer is very good and its free version can make basic MSI setups.
  13. I'm using /adminfile MyMSPFile.msp and it is working like a charm. Maybe you didn't specify the type of installation type in the first screens of the OCT. I would check that.
  14. I have two reg files that disable the auto updater from running at startup. x86 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] "SunJavaUpdateSched"=- x64 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] "SunJavaUpdateSched"=-
  15. What installer did you tried to run? You can click the Custom Installers link on my signature and download the latest switchless installer...