Maxfutur

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  1. Hi MrMaguire. Did you achieve the bootscreen?
  2. Solution: http://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=41542 (for download) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2917500 replaces Security Advisory 2798897: Certificates Revocation Malicious software removal tool link
  3. Microsoft Security Advisory (2916652) Improperly Issued Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing Published: Monday, December 09, 2013 Version: 1.0 At this time, no update is available for customers running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, or for customers who choose not to install the automatic updater of revoked certificates. Microsoft security bulletin summary for December 2013 MS13-097 2898785 replace 2888505 in MS13-088 MS13-098 2893294 replace None MS13-099 2892075 replace None MS13-101 2893984 replace 2883150 in MS13-081 MS13-102 2898715 replace 2849470 in MS13-062 That's what we have for this month.
  4. It doesn't contain: :EOF I'm about to try it, long time not slipstreaming
  5. JFYI: Every known HBR is included in Mim0's updates list.
  6. For almost 2 years i used HFSLIP for slipstream (after nuhi went on "vacations") and after slipstreaming, used nlite for components removal + config + tweaks. In XP, i had modified the original source reg files with the tweak that makes quicklaunch bar to show in taskbar, disable annoying WGA "update", and few more tweaks that i needed so, everytime i use HFSLIP & nLite i didn't include a regfile to integrate. Do a test, maybe it works much better than "like 'out of the box'" and i say 'maybe' because there are unnofficial updates.
  7. Mim0's site is up, again.
  8. Enable 'Back' button and change to 'Start over'
  9. I have never used XP x64, so maybe AMD64 in the chain is useless and is not needed if there is setupldr.bin in I386 and has been not a problem for XP x64 setup disc creations, not a single boot error report.
  10. There is a new version released: 11.9.900.117
  11. Today we will have many updates in MS13-081: Windows XP Service Pack 3 - (2847311) - Remote Code Execution - Critical - Replaces: - 2753842 in MS12-078 Windows XP Service Pack 3 - (2862330) - Elevation of Privilege - Important Windows XP Service Pack 3 - (2862335) - Elevation of Privilege - Important Windows XP Service Pack 3 - (2868038) - Elevation of Privilege - Important Windows XP Service Pack 3 - (2883150) - Remote Code Execution - Critical - Replaces: - 2876315 in MS13-076 Windows XP Service Pack 3 - (2884256) - Elevation of Privilege - Important Internet Explorer 8 Windows XP Service Pack 3 - Internet Explorer 8 - (2879017) - Remote Code Execution - Critical - Replaces: - 2870699 in MS13-069 Internet Explorer 6 (Optional IE 8 Fix) Windows XP Service Pack 3 - Internet Explorer 6 - (2879017) - Remote Code Execution - Critical - Replaces: - 2870699 in MS13-069
  12. The 'AMD64' that you have seen in the boot sector, is for XP x64.
  13. Have you tried with a new clean source?
  14. Why not to post direct link? http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56155351/Tools/Spanish.lang http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/56155351/Tools/Spanish.lang
  15. If you work with nLite in english, is weird, but if nLite is running in other language than english, then you are using a translation file.