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  1. Hi all, Jaclaz's new suggestions makes my Dietmar's modified method running a full XPSP2 in USB-HDD to have the best application: 1) keep your OS( XPSP2 ) with all personal data in your USB portable box ( laptop size ) 2) Easier update all softs than XPE than ever( like Office 2003, IE 7 beta 2. Windows media player 11 ): all of those softs never have any working plugin in XPE ... Sincerely yours Dr Hoang from Vietnam
  2. Dietmar made a so great work of making the installation XPSP2 in USB- HD the first time in the world . Due to his sensational work and genial idea, I am so daring to make some little personal modifications to run a full autobooted XPSP2 with a lot of softwares very normally within USB- HD or USB-FD . That application of mine relying on Dietmar’s work fully, have some importances because we could not use XPE-USB or PE-USB anymore. There is a big difference between them( PE-USB and XPSP2-USB ) in the following convenient points: 1)In XPE-USB or PE-USB, we had to waste a lot of time to make all plug-ins to install them and some softs not fully working like Office 2003, Nero 70 if they don’t have each efficient plug-in in XPE .. 2)In the contrary, with the XPSP2-USB, we could install any software as we want normally like Office 2003 without any difficulty( the right way in our hard disk ) . Another convenient problem more : from now, we could get rid off making any plug-ins for them . We could type any DOC file, relax to see DVD, have printing jobs easier than ever within XPSP2 USB. Good bye for making all audio, modem, printers plug-in. 3)The booted time to a full appearance of XP desktop is also very different between them: 5 minutes only for XPSP2-USB contrary to 10 minutes of XPE-USB or PE-USB. 4) Finally if we made success of an autobooted XPSP2 fully running in USB hard disk, XPE-USB or PE-USB become out of dated very soon . They are still useful only in one point : try working in CD; or in our hard disk next to C . Following is my personal ways relying on the full Dietmar’s tutorial 3 with a bit of modifications of mine: 1)Download all tools( XPUSB.zip and REG.zip ) from http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OZCVCKR4 http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WLD597W2 2)Firstly, from DOS or another windows( 2000) in D partition, try to make a ghost( ghost 32.exe or ghost.exe of 8.2 ) to save the actual C partition to E one’s with a name : XPSP2.gho 3)You could also use Partition magic 805 in CD( from any rescue CD ) or from another windows in D ( 2000 ) to delete this C partition; create a new name XPSP2 again ; format it in FAT 32 or NTFS. 4)Reboot and begin to install a new fresh XPSP2 in your blank C partition. Next, install all necessary driver hardwares and a lot of softwares you want, like Office 2003, WinRAR, InterDVD70, Ulead DVD player 15, Smartcapture 351,.. Opera 805, Winamp 52, Flash get 171 , Cute FTP pro 71 .. Remember to install all these softs in the same C partition only. 5)Disable Pagefile sys file in Performance and reboot to save this configuration. 6)Make a ghost save for C partition with a new name XP0.gho to E partition 7)Make a ghost restore XPSP2.gho form E partition to C one’s . Reboot again. 8)Within XPSP2 , plug your USB hard drive and make a ghost restore XP0.gho to USB hard drive by ghost32.exe. Reboot again. 9)Also in XPSP2 , you begin to make a change to USB hard disk to make it autobootable by copying ntdetect.com; boot.ini to the root folder of USB and all USBSP1 drivers to sytem32\driver ( from XPUSB.zip downloaded ). Don’t copy ntoskrnl.exe to windows of USB yet ( you reserved it in case of your USB not booted successfully by this way ). 10) Create a temp folder : RETTUNG within system32\config of USB-HD. Copy the file system of config to the RETTUNG folder. 11)Type Regedit on Run ; choose HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and load hive from files. Go to System in RETTUNG folder and create a name subfolder OTTO below the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE . 12)Edit by notepad otto.reg two last lines about USB hard drive identification( Use Check_U_disk.exe to have all ID information of your USB HD ): - First last line : VID&PID - Second last line: VendorID, name, productID, productRevision of USBHD 13)Double click on Otto.reg and Otto1.reg to incorporate them to registry of OTTO. 14)Export OTTO as Reg Hive file to RETTUNG as a name OTTO. 15)Close XP registry and reopen it to unload OTTO from XP registry. 16)Delete System and system.log from RETTUNG. 17) Rename OTTO to system. Copy the file system and paste right here and rename Copy of the system to the system.sav. 18)Copy 2 files system and system.sav from RETTUNG to config ( USB- HDD) . Delete the file system.log if it has in config folder. Also delete the RETTUNG folder now. 19)Go to the INF folder of windows ( USB-HDD ), delete 3 files of usb.pnf, usbport.pnf, usbstor. pnf. 20) Open 2 files usb.inf, usbport.inf: Replace Base in LoadOrderGroup to System Bus Extender ONLY for "usbhub", "usbehci", "usbohci", "usbuhci". Add one more line below StartType = 0 ONLY for "usbhub", "usbehci", "usbohci", "usbuhci", "usbstor" 21)Especially for the file usbstor.inf, open it by notepad and replace the PnP Filter of the LoadOrderGroup = to System Bus Extender 22)Close your PC and reboot . Press on delete to go to CMOS; to change first boot device to “ USB-HDD” , save and exit. Reboot one time more. 23) That time, your PC becomes autobooted by USB-HDD. Don’t be in despair quickly if you see a black screen only : you must wait at least for 3 minutes to have the first appearance of the progress bar and 2 minutes more to see the first XP logo and the final XP desktop. Wow, you already made a big success autobooted running a full XPSP2 within an USB hard disk the first time.. Make a ghost save of USB hard drive to a new name USB.gho and reuse it in case of USB-HD not autobooted anymore or your seeing BSOD subitely. 24)If you would like you make an autobooted running XPSP2 within any Flash drive( size of 2GB at least ) , you must know to use EWF ( enhanced write filter ) to protect to have the longest life span of your Flash drive. If not, your Flash drive could be died anytime. 25)You could disable pagefile sys in XPSP2 only if your PC had enough RAM ( 526MB ) . In conclusion, if you make out of running autobooted XPSP2 within USB-hard disk, perhaps, you don’t like to use or make a PE-USB or XPE-USB anymore because of a lot of inconvenience compared to XPSP2 in USB-HD( Dietmar’s ways ). You see my pic showing the first time my autobooted USB-HDD partition appeared in C ( XPUSB ) and my normal XP is displaced to D partition ( XPSP2 ), my Windows 2000 in D also displaced to E . Those XP-USB corner desktop of mine is full of a lot of softwares those I want to run. Dr Hoang from Vietnam
  3. Sorry for a so long registry of my new modem plugin. Following is the next part: [Software.AddReg.2600] ; -- AVTAPI.dll --- 0x1, "Classes\AVTapi.AVTapi", "", "Tapi 3.0 Dialer Class" 0x1, "Classes\AVTapi.AVTapi\CurVer", "", "AVTapi.AVTapi.1" 0x1, "Classes\AVTapi.AVTapi.1", "", "Tapi 3.0 Dialer Class" 0x1, "Classes\AVTapi.AVTapi.1\CLSID", "", "{FB2FF4EB-337E-11D1-9B37-00C04FB9514E}" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{FB2FF4EB-337E-11D1-9B37-00C04FB9514E}", "", "Tapi 3.0 Dialer Class" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{FB2FF4EB-337E-11D1-9B37-00C04FB9514E}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\avtapi.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{FB2FF4EB-337E-11D1-9B37-00C04FB9514E}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Free" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{FB2FF4EB-337E-11D1-9B37-00C04FB9514E}\ProgID", "", "AVTapi.AVTapi.1" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{FB2FF4EB-337E-11D1-9B37-00C04FB9514E}\VersionIndependentProgID", "", "AVTapi.AVTapi" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{239A3C5E-8D41-11D1-B675-00C04FA3C554}", "", "AVGeneralNotification Class" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{239A3C5E-8D41-11D1-B675-00C04FA3C554}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\avtapi.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{239A3C5E-8D41-11D1-B675-00C04FA3C554}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Free" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{239A3C5E-8D41-11D1-B675-00C04FA3C554}\ProgID", "", "AVGeneralNotification.AVGeneralNotification.1" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{239A3C5E-8D41-11D1-B675-00C04FA3C554}\VersionIndependentProgID", "", "AVGeneralNotification.AVGeneralNotification" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{47F410B9-5FA5-11D1-B647-00C04FA3C554}", "", "PageAddress Class" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{47F410B9-5FA5-11D1-B647-00C04FA3C554}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\avtapi.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{47F410B9-5FA5-11D1-B647-00C04FA3C554}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Free" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{5B175DF9-6A86-11D1-B651-00C04FA3C554}", "", "PageTerminals Class" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{5B175DF9-6A86-11D1-B651-00C04FA3C554}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\avtapi.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{5B175DF9-6A86-11D1-B651-00C04FA3C554}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Free" [Software.AddReg] ; 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Locations","DisableCallWaiting0","*70," 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Locations","DisableCallWaiting1","70#," 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Locations","DisableCallWaiting2","1170," 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Locations","LocationListVersion", 0x00000002 ; -- Localized telephony stuff -- 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List","CountryListVersion", 0x00000110 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\1","Name","United States" 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\1","NameResourceId", 0x00006979 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\1","CountryCode", 0x00000001 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\1","SameAreaRule","G" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\1","LongDistanceRule"," N1FG" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\1","InternationalRule","S011EFG" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\84","Name","Viet Nam" 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\84","NameResourceId", 0x000069cc 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\84","CountryCode", 0x00000054 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\84","SameAreaRule","G" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\84","LongDistanceRule","0FG" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Country List\84","InternationalRule","00EFG" ;----------------------- ; XPE and Nu2Menu MENUS ;----------------------- [Software.AddReg] 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Programs","Dialup Networking\Start Network and Dialup Services","%SystemRoot%\system32\start_netservices.cmd||%SystemRoot%\system32\dial1.ico" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Programs","Dialup Networking\Start Dialup Services","%SystemRoot%\system32\start_ras.cmd||%SystemRoot%\system32\dial2.ico" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Programs","Dialup Networking\Connect (using rasphone)", "%SystemRoot%\system32\dial_ras.cmd||%SystemRoot%\system32\rasphone.exe,0" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Programs","Dialup Networking\HangUp Connection", "%SystemRoot%\system32\hangup_ras.cmd||%SystemRoot%\system32\dial3.ico" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Desktop","Start Network and Dialup Services","%SystemRoot%\system32\start_netservices.cmd||%SystemRoot%\system32\dial1.ico" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Desktop","Connect(rasphone)", "%SystemRoot%\system32\dial_ras.cmd||%SystemRoot%\system32\rasphone.exe,0" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\Desktop","RAS config", "%SystemRoot%\system32\rasconfig.exe" [Append] nu2menu.xml, internet_nu2menu.xml 2) internet_nu2menu.xml: <!-- Nu2Menu entry for DialUp Networking --> <NU2MENU> <MENU ID="Network"> <MITEM TYPE="SEPARATOR"></MITEM> <MITEM TYPE="POPUP" MENUID="Dialup">Dialup Networking</MITEM> <MITEM TYPE="ITEM" CMD="RUN" FUNC="@GetWinDir()\system32\start_netservices.cmd">Start Network and Dialup Services</MITEM> <MENU ID="Dialup"> <MITEM TYPE="ITEM" CMD="RUN" FUNC="@GetWinDir()\system32\start_ras.cmd">Start Dialup Services</MITEM> <MITEM TYPE="ITEM" CMD="RUN" FUNC="@GetWinDir()\system32\dial_ras.cmd">New Connection ...</MITEM> <MITEM TYPE="ITEM" CMD="RUN" FUNC="@GetWinDir()\system32\hangup_ras.cmd">Hangup Connection ...</MITEM> </MENU> </NU2MENU> 3) Conclusion and remarks: Regerttably, I couldn’t use Cool400’s registry because of a lot of lines of german language . Those are not fully adapted for all of us ( use english language ) . I notice one interessant thing more: Using AEC ‘s Start Network and Dialup Services is fully enough to make appear a phone book to connect your modem. A connected icon appears on XPE system tray and you could disconnect modem easily. Afterwads. You are no need of two services Start Dialup Services Connect (using rasphone) of AEC ‘s plugin any more. Dr Hoang from Vietnam Moderator edit: use of the code tag is a must, use the function next time also dont post your topic title in capitals.
  4. During the past 3 months, I had a lot of difficulties to connect my modem in XPE104 & PE 314. It always stopped at verifying user name and password for ever if I use AEC dial up plugin for my modem. I try to change to Cool400’s internet plugin but there is no better result: error 720 after verifying user name and password. Finally, I found my best way by combining each best part of two plugin and that give you 100o/o. success in connect by any modem . Surely, you must have your specified modem plugin firstly together with this newest internet plugin in your XPE 104. 1) Following is my proposed newest internet plugin modified by me: ; internet.inf ; PE Builder plugin INF-file for internet-connection ; originally created by AEC, Ixel, Joshua , hk97 and cool400 ; modified by Dr Hoang finally( success 100o/o) [Version] Signature= "$Windows NT$" [PEBuilder] Name="Internet" Enable=1 help="internet.htm" [SourceDisksFiles] files\start_ras.cmd=2,,1 files\dial_ras.cmd=2,,1 files\hangup_ras.cmd=2,,1 files\start_netservices.cmd=2,,1 files\dial1.ico=2,,1 files\dial2.ico=2,,1 files\dial3.ico=2,,1 files\rasconfig.exe=2 ;a *netcfg*.exe that can be used is snetcfg_wxp.exe ("http://www.jsiinc.com/dl/snetcfg_wxp.zip") files\netcfg.exe=2,,1 ; INF mdmgen.inf=20 mdmsetup.inf=20 ndisuio.inf=20 netrass.inf=20 netrast.inf=20 netserv.inf=20 netwzc.inf=20 pad.inf=7 switch.inf=7 ; DLL cmcfg32.dll=2 confmsp.dll=2 dxmrtp.dll=2,,4 @SourcePath@\i386\ASMS\52\msft\windows\net\dxmrtp\dxmrtp.dll=2,,4 h323msp.dll=2 hid.dll=2 iassvcs.dll=2 ipnathlp.dll=2 ipsecsvc.dll=2 ipxsap.dll=2 mcastmib.dll=2 mdminst.dll=2 modemui.dll=2 mprddm.dll=2 mprmsg.dll=2 ntlsapi.dll=2 rasadhlp.dll=2 rasauto.dll=2 rasctrs.dll=2 rasman.dll=2 rasmans.dll=2 rasmxs.dll=2 rasrad.dll=2 rasser.dll=2 rastapi.dll=2 rtm.dll=2 sdpblb.dll=2 sens.dll=2 sensapi.dll=2 senscfg.dll=2 serialui.dll=2 serwvdrv.dll=2 streamci.dll=2 tapi3.dll=2 tapi32.dll=2 tapi.dll=2 tapiperf.dll=2 tapisrv.dll=2 tapiui.dll=2 termmgr.dll=2 umdmxfrm.dll=2 unimdmat.dll=2 uniplat.dll=2 Wzcdlg.dll=2 Wzcsapi.dll=2 Wzcsvc.dll=2 ; SYS ipfltdrv.sys=4 ipnat.sys=4 modemcsa.sys=4 ndis.sys=4 ndisuio.sys=4 rasacd.sys=4 ; TSP h323.tsp=2 hidphone.tsp=2 ipconf.tsp=2 kmddsp.tsp=2 ndptsp.tsp=2 unimdm.tsp=2 alg.exe=2 lodctr.exe=2 rasphone.exe=2 unlodctr.exe=2 rasctrs.ini=2 telephon.cpl=2 [SourceDisksFiles.2600] ; DLL avtapi.dll=2 raschap.dll=2 rasdlg.dll=2 rasppp.dll=2 rastls.dll=2 ; SYS ipinip.sys=4 nwlnkflt.sys=4 nwlnkfwd.sys=4 [SourceDisksFiles.3790] ; DLL - using the included XP-files for W2K3 raschap.dll=2 rasdlg.dll=2 rasppp.dll=2 rastls.dll=2 [SourceDisksFiles.3790] rrasmgmt.msc=2 [SetupReg.AddReg.2600] 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","ImagePath","%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs" [SetupReg.AddReg.3790] 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","ImagePath","%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k tapisrv" [SetupReg.AddReg] ; --- Modem Class and Services ---- 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "", "Modem" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "Class", "Modem" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "Installer32", "mdminst.dll,ClassInstall32" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "Icon", "0" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "TroubleShooter-0", "hcp://help/tshoot/tsmodem.htm" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "Default Service", "Modem" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Control\CoDeviceInstallers", "{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}", "NetCfgx.dll,ModemClassCoInstaller", "setup\FxsOcm.dll,FaxModemCoClassInstaller" ; 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem", "ErrorControl", 0x00000000 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem", "Group", "Extended base" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem", "Tag", 0x00000004 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Modem\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ; 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM", "ErrorControl", 0x00000000 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM", "ImagePath", "System32\Drivers\RootMdm.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM", "DisplayName", "Microsoft Legacy Modem Driver" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\ROOTMODEM\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ; 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "Tag", 0x00000009 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "ImagePath", "system32\drivers\MODEMCSA.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "DisplayName", "Unimodem Stream Filter Device" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA", "Group", "Extended Base" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\MODEMCSA\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ; --- COM Ports Class --- 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E978-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}","Class","Ports" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E978-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}","","Ports (COM & LPT)" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E978-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}","Icon","-23" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E978-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}","Installer32","MsPorts.Dll,PortsClassInstaller" ; --- SERIAL --- 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","ErrorControl",0x00000000 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","Group","Extended Base" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","Start",0x00000001 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","Tag",0x00000001 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","Type",0x00000001 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","ForceFifoEnable",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","RxFIFO",0x00000008 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","TxFIFO",0x0000000e 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","PermitShare",0x00000000 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","LogFifo",0x00000000 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","DisplayName","Serial port driver" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\Serial","ImagePath","System32\DRIVERS\serial.sys" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Serial\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Serial\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 0x0, "ControlSet001\Services\Serial\Parameters" ; --- SERENUM --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "DisplayName", "Serenum" 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "ImagePath", "System32\DRIVERS\serenum.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "Group", "PNP Filter" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum", "Tag", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\serenum\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ; --- RASMAN --- 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","DisplayName","Remote Access Connection Manager" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","Description","Creates a network connection." 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","ObjectName","LocalSystem" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","Start",0x3 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","Type",0x20 0x7,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","DependOnService","Tapisrv" 0x7,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","DependOnGroup","" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","ImagePath","%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan","ErrorControl",0x1 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","ServiceDll","%SystemRoot%\System32\rasmans.dll" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","IpOutHighWatermark",0x5 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","NbfOutLowWatermark",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","NbfOutHighWatermark",0x5 0x7,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","Medias","rastapi" 0x7,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","CustomDLL","" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","IpOutLowWatermark",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","NbfInLowWatermark",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\Parameters","NbfInHighWatermark",0x5 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","NegotiateTime",0x96 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","RestartTimer",0x3 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","MaxReject",0x5 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","MaxTerminate",0x2 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","Multilink",0x0 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","MaxConfigure",0xa 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP","MaxFailure",0xa 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\ControlProtocols\BuiltIn","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\rasppp.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\ControlProtocols\Chap","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\raschap.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\rasppp.dll" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","FriendlyName","Smart Card or other Certificate" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","InvokeUsernameDialog",0x0 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","InvokePasswordDialog",0x0 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","ConfigUiPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","IdentityPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","InteractiveUIPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","ConfigCLSID","{58AB2366-D597-11d1-B90E-00C04FC9B263}" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","StandaloneSupported",0x0 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","NoRootRevocationCheck",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\13","MPPEEncryptionSupported",0x1 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","FriendlyName","Protected EAP (PEAP)" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","InvokeUsernameDialog",0x0 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","InvokePasswordDialog",0x0 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","ConfigUiPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","IdentityPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","InteractiveUIPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\rastls.dll" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","MPPEEncryptionSupported",0x1 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","ConfigCLSID","{58AB2366-D597-11d1-B90E-00C04FC9B263}" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","StandaloneSupported",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","NoRootRevocationCheck",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\25","RolesSupported",0x1a 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","FriendlyName","Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","InvokeUsernameDialog",0x0 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","InvokePasswordDialog",0x0 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\raschap.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","ConfigUiPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\raschap.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","IdentityPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\raschap.dll" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","InteractiveUIPath","%SystemRoot%\System32\raschap.dll" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","MPPEEncryptionSupported",0x1 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","ConfigCLSID","{2af6bcaa-f526-4803-aeb8-5777ce386647}" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","StandaloneSupported",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\26","RolesSupported",0x4 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\4","InvokeUsernameDialog",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\4","InvokePasswordDialog",0x1 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\4","FriendlyName","MD5-Challenge" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\RasMan\PPP\EAP\4","Path","%SystemRoot%\System32\raschap.dll" ; --- TAPISRV --- 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","DisplayName","Telephony" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","Description","Telephony API (TAPI) support" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","ObjectName","LocalSystem" ;next line is included above using version specific sections (xp:2600, win2k3:3790) ;0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","ImagePath","%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","ErrorControl",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","Start",0x2 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","Type",0x20 0x7,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv","DependOnService","PlugPlay","RpcSs" 0x0,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv\Parameters" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\TapiSrv\Parameters","ServiceDll","%SystemRoot%\System32\tapisrv.dll" ; --- RASACD --- 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "DisplayName", "Remote Access Auto Connection Driver" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "Description", "Remote Access Auto Connection Driver" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "Start", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "Tag", 0x00000001 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "ImagePath", "System32\DRIVERS\rasacd.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd", "Group", "Streams Drivers" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ;0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAcd\Enum", "0", "Root\LEGACY_RASACD\0000" ; --- RASAUTO --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "Type", 0x00000020 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "ImagePath", "%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "DisplayName", "Remote Access Auto Connection Manager" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "DependOnService", "RasMan", "Tapisrv" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "DependOnGroup", "" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "ObjectName", "LocalSystem" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto", "Description", "Creates a connection to a remote network whenever a program references a remote DNS or NetBIOS name or address." 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto\Parameters", "ServiceDll", "%SystemRoot%\System32\rasauto.dll" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ;0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\RasAuto\Enum", "0", "Root\LEGACY_RASAUTO\0000" ; --- NDISWAN --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan", "ImagePath", "System32\DRIVERS\ndiswan.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan", "DisplayName", "NDIS WAN" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan", "Description", "NDIS WAN" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan\Linkage", "Bind" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan\Linkage", "Route" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan\Linkage", "Export" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisWan\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ; 0x0, "ControlSet001\Enum\Root", MS_NDISWANIP" ; --- NDISTAPI --- 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisTapi", "DisplayName", "Remote Access NDIS TAPI Driver" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisTapi", "Description", "Remote Access NDIS TAPI Driver" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisTapi", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisTapi", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisTapi", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\NdisTapi", "ImagePath", "System32\DRIVERS\ndistapi.sys" ; --- NDISUIO --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "Tag", 0x0000000c 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "ImagePath", "System32\DRIVERS\ndisuio.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "DisplayName", "NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "Description", "NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio", "Group", "NDIS" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio\Linkage" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio\Linkage" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio\Linkage" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio\Enum", "Count", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\Ndisuio\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000000 ; --- SWENUM --- 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\swenum","ErrorControl",0x1 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\swenum","Start",0x3 0x4,"ControlSet001\Services\swenum","Type",0x1 0x1,"ControlSet001\Services\swenum","DisplayName","Software Device Enumerator Driver" 0x2,"ControlSet001\Services\swenum","ImagePath","System32\DRIVERS\swenum.sys" 0x0, "ControlSet001\Services\swenum\Devices\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac\{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}" ; 0x7,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","CoInstallers32","streamci.dll,SwEnumCoInstaller" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","InfPath","machine.inf" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","InfSection","SWENUM" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","ProviderName","Microsoft" 0x3,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","DriverDateData",00,80,62,c5,c0,01,c1,01 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","DriverDate","7-1-2001" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","DriverVersion","5.1.2600.0" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","MatchingDeviceId","root\swenum" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000","DriverDesc","Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator" ; 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","Class","System" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","ClassGUID","{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","ConfigFlags",0x0 0x7,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","HardwareID","root\swenum" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","Service","swenum" 0x4,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","Capabilities",0x0 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","Driver","{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0001" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","Mfg","(Standard system devices)" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000","DeviceDesc","Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator" 0x1,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000\Control","ActiveService","swenum" 0x0,"ControlSet001\Enum\Root\SYSTEM\0000\LogConf" ; --- ASYNCMAC Service (Software enumerated) --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac", "Type", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac", "Start", 0x00000003 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac", "ErrorControl", 0x00000001 0x2, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac", "ImagePath", "System32\DRIVERS\asyncmac.sys" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac", "DisplayName", "RAS Asynchronous Media Driver" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac", "Description", "RAS Asynchronous Media Driver" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac\Enum", "0", "SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac\Enum", "Count", 0x00000001 0x4, "ControlSet001\Services\AsyncMac\Enum", "NextInstance", 0x00000001 ; --- AsyncMac SW ID --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "Capabilities", 0x000000b0 0x4, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "UINumber", 0x00000000 0x7, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "HardwareID", "SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "ClassGUID", "{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "Class", "Net" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "Driver", "{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0002" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "Mfg", "Microsoft" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "Service", "AsyncMac" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "DeviceDesc", "RAS Async Adapter" 0x4, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac", "ConfigFlags", 0x00000000 0x4, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac\Device Parameters", "InstanceIndex", 0x00000001 0x1, "ControlSet001\Enum\SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac\Control", "ActiveService", "AsyncMac" ; --- AsyncMac Class --- 0x4, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "Characteristics", 0x0000002a 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "ComponentId", "sw\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "InfPath", "netrasa.inf" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "InfSection", "Ndi-Mp-AsyncMac" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "ProviderName", "Microsoft" 0x3, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "DriverDateData", 00,80,62,c5,c0,01,c1,01 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "DriverDate", "7-1-2001" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "DriverVersion", "5.1.2535.0" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "MatchingDeviceId", "sw\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "DriverDesc", "WAN Miniport (L2TP)" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002", "NetCfgInstanceId", "{D08AA613-697E-49E2-826D-CDC6DA46A2EB}" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002\Linkage", "RootDevice", "{D08AA613-697E-49E2-826D-CDC6DA46A2EB}" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002\Linkage", "UpperBind", "NdisWan" 0x7, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002\Linkage", "Export", "\Device\{D08AA613-697E-49E2-826D-CDC6DA46A2EB}" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002\Ndi", "Service", "AsyncMac" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002\Ndi\Interfaces", "UpperRange", "ndiswanasync" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002bE10318}\0002\Ndi\Interfaces", "LowerRange", "nolower" ; --- AsyncMac Device Class --- 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\DeviceClasses\{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}\##?#SW#{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}#asyncmac#{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}", "DeviceInstance", "SW\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac" 0x1, "ControlSet001\Control\DeviceClasses\{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}\##?#SW#{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}#asyncmac#{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}\#{D08AA613-697E-49E2-826D-CDC6DA46A2EB}", "SymbolicLink", "\\?\SW#{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}#asyncmac#{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}\{D08AA613-697E-49E2-826D-CDC6DA46A2EB}" ; --- AsyncMac SWENUM Entry --- 0x0, "ControlSet001\Services\swenum\Devices\{eeab7790-c514-11d1-b42b-00805fc1270e}\asyncmac\{ad498944-762f-11d0-8dcb-00c04fc3358c}" ; 0x0, "ControlSet001\Hardware Profiles\0001\System\CurrentControlSet\Enum\SW\{EEAB7790-C514-11D1-B42B-00805FC1270E}\ASYNCMAC" [Software.AddReg] 0x0,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony" 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony","ndptspDebugLevel",0x0 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony","KmddspDebugLevel",0x0 ; 0x0,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\TAPI3" 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\TAPI3","","" ; 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony", "Perf1", 0x5045524d 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony", "Perf2", 0x50455247 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony", "DomainName", "" ; 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","NumProviders",0x6 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","NextProviderID",0x7 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderID0",0x1 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderFileName0","unimdm.tsp" 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderID1",0x2 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderFileName1","kmddsp.tsp" 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderID2",0x3 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderFileName2","ndptsp.tsp" 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderID3",0x4 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderFileName3","ipconf.tsp" 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderID4",0x5 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderFileName4","h323.tsp" 0x4,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderID5",0x6 0x1,"Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Providers","ProviderFileName5","hidphone.tsp" ; 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}", "Name", "Streaming Terminals" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}\{E2F7AEF7-4971-11D1-A671-006097C9A2E8}", "Name", "MediaStreaming Terminal" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}\{E2F7AEF7-4971-11D1-A671-006097C9A2E8}", "Company", "Microsoft" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}\{E2F7AEF7-4971-11D1-A671-006097C9A2E8}", "Version", "1.1" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}\{E2F7AEF7-4971-11D1-A671-006097C9A2E8}", "CLSID", "{AED6483F-3304-11D2-86F1-006008B0E5D2}" 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}\{E2F7AEF7-4971-11D1-A671-006097C9A2E8}", "Directions", 0x00000003 0x4, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{214F4ACC-AE0B-4464-8405-07029003F8E2}\{E2F7AEF7-4971-11D1-A671-006097C9A2E8}", "MediaTypes", 0x00000008 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{714C6F8C-6244-4685-87B3-B91F3F9EADA7}", "Name", "Video Terminals" 0x1, "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Telephony\Terminal Manager\{714C6F8C-6244-4685-87B3-B91F3F9EADA7}\{F7438990-D6EB-11D0-82A6-00AA00B5CA1B}", "Name", "VideoWindow 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"Classes\Interface\{B1EFC382-9355-11D0-835C-00AA003CCABD}\TypeLib", "", "{21D6D480-A88B-11D0-83DD-00AA003CCABD}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{B1EFC382-9355-11D0-835C-00AA003CCABD}\TypeLib", "Version", "1.0" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{EDDB9426-3B91-11D1-8F30-00C04FB6809F}", "", "ITTAPIEventNotification" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{EDDB9426-3B91-11D1-8F30-00C04FB6809F}\ProxyStubClsid", "", "{00020424-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{EDDB9426-3B91-11D1-8F30-00C04FB6809F}\ProxyStubClsid32", "", "{00020424-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{EDDB9426-3B91-11D1-8F30-00C04FB6809F}\TypeLib", "", "{21D6D480-A88B-11D0-83DD-00AA003CCABD}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{EDDB9426-3B91-11D1-8F30-00C04FB6809F}\TypeLib", "Version", "1.0" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{F4854D48-937A-11D1-BB58-00C04FB6809F}", "", "ITTAPIObjectEvent" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{F4854D48-937A-11D1-BB58-00C04FB6809F}\ProxyStubClsid", "", "{00020424-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{F4854D48-937A-11D1-BB58-00C04FB6809F}\ProxyStubClsid32", "", "{00020424-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{F4854D48-937A-11D1-BB58-00C04FB6809F}\TypeLib", "", "{21D6D480-A88B-11D0-83DD-00AA003CCABD}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{F4854D48-937A-11D1-BB58-00C04FB6809F}\TypeLib", "Version", "1.0" ; -- DXMRTP.DLL -- 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{145CB377-E7BB-4ADF-BD42-A42304717EDE}", "", "TAPI H.26X Video Decoder" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{145CB377-E7BB-4ADF-BD42-A42304717EDE}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\dxmrtp.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{145CB377-E7BB-4ADF-BD42-A42304717EDE}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Both" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{323CDF3C-0CCA-11D3-96E0-00104BC7B3A8}", "", "Tapi RTP Render Filter" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{323CDF3C-0CCA-11D3-96E0-00104BC7B3A8}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\dxmrtp.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{323CDF3C-0CCA-11D3-96E0-00104BC7B3A8}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Both" 0x1, 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"%SystemRoot%\System32\dxmrtp.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{1DCD0711-0B41-11D3-A565-00C04F8EF6E3}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "Both" ; 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{CB632C76-8DD4-11D1-ADDF-0000F87734F0}", "", "TapiLocationInfo Class" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{CB632C75-8DD4-11D1-ADDF-0000F87734F0}", "", "ITapiLocationInfo" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{CB632C75-8DD4-11D1-ADDF-0000F87734F0}\ProxyStubClsid", "", "{00020424-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{CB632C75-8DD4-11D1-ADDF-0000F87734F0}\ProxyStubClsid32", "", "{00020424-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{CB632C75-8DD4-11D1-ADDF-0000F87734F0}\TypeLib", "", "{1E7949FA-86F4-11D1-ADD8-0000F87734F0}" 0x1, "Classes\Interface\{CB632C75-8DD4-11D1-ADDF-0000F87734F0}\TypeLib", "Version", "1.0" ; -- TERMINAL MANAGER --- 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{7170F2E0-9BE3-11D0-A009-00AA00B605A4}", "", "TAPI3 Terminal Manager Class" 0x2, "Classes\CLSID\{7170F2E0-9BE3-11D0-A009-00AA00B605A4}\InprocServer32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\termmgr.dll" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{7170F2E0-9BE3-11D0-A009-00AA00B605A4}\InprocServer32", "ThreadingModel", "both" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{7170F2E0-9BE3-11D0-A009-00AA00B605A4}\ProgID", "", "termmgr.TerminalManager" 0x1, "Classes\CLSID\{7170F2E0-9BE3-11D0-A009-00AA00B605A4}\VersionIndependentProgID", "", "termmgr.TerminalManager" 0x1, "Classes\TypeLib\{28DCD85B-ACA4-11D0-A028-00AA00B605A4}\1.0", "", "TAPI3 Terminal Manager 1.0 Type Library" 0x2, "Classes\TypeLib\{28DCD85B-ACA4-11D0-A028-00AA00B605A4}\1.0\0\win32", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\termmgr.dll" 0x1, "Classes\TypeLib\{28DCD85B-ACA4-11D0-A028-00AA00B605A4}\1.0\FLAGS", "", "0" 0x2, "Classes\TypeLib\{28DCD85B-ACA4-11D0-A028-00AA00B605A4}\1.0\HELPDIR", "", "%SystemRoot%\System32\" See next registry part in another topic Dr Hoang
  5. You all see all printer plugins ( Joshua and mine ) are not working well in XPE 104 &PE 314. I always think the best way for you ( any new bie ), is to install Colin Finck ‘s dotnetfxpe-prefinal5 plugin together my printer one’s in your XPE . So that, open all properties or preference of any printers in XPE is an easier problem than ever. You could download Colin Finck ‘s dotnetfxpe-prefinal5 at his website Dotnetfxpe and using my printer plugin by my ways: I would like to remind you of some principal stades to making out any printer working so well in your XPE: 1)Copy all printer driver files from this folder of XP ( C:\windows\system32\spool\ drivers\w32x86\3\*.* to the Files folder of you printer plugin. In case of a color printer , copy C:\windows\system 32\spool\color\*.* also to Files( printers plugin ) 2)Patch the BUD file in Files folder of your printer plugin with HEXedit 20 by going to search and replace: search for HEX 43003A( C ), replace with 5A003A( Z). So that, you convert this BUD file from C location to Z ramdisk. 3)You could be download this file printer.inf with registry in zip file at : Printers.zip 4)This new printers.cmd of mine has a very simpler CODE: @echo off %SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\Spool_SFX.exe Exit And how do you make the Spool_SFX.exe? In that folder drivers( C:\windows\system32\Spool\drivers\), you right click on 2 subfolders color and w32x86 and choose to: - add to archive ( surely you must install WinRAR342 firstly in your hard disk) - Archive name: Spool_SFX.exe ; marking on create SFX archive, create solid archive; -Advanced options: click on SFX options ; - Advanced SFX options: Path to extract( Z:\windows\system32\Spools\drivers\ ); - Mode : Hide all and overwrite all files; - finally, OK; It makes Spool_SFX.exe at once for you in some secondes . Put this file in printers plugin 4)You also have the autoprinters with user-home’s help with this CODE to start , stop spooling services and it makes your printer to appear in Controlpanel\ Printers and Faxes successfully @echo off title Start Printers for %%i in (%SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\*.reg) do regedit /s "%%i" net start spooler net stop spooler for %%i in (%SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\*.reg) do regedit /s "%%i" net start spooler %SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\devcon update %SystemDrive%\i386\inf\msports.inf ACPI\PNP0400 Exit 5)You should make your printers.reg by yourself with any trade mark printer of yours by: a)Export reg of your printer firstly from 5 locations in your windows XP: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\ControlSet\Control\Print\Printers\Printer Name HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\ControlSet\Control\Print\Environtments\WindowsNTx 86\Drivers\ Version-3\ Printer Name HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\Currentversion\Print\Printers\ Printer Name HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Printers\ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\ControlSet001\Control\Print\ b)Open a blank printer.reg by notepad and add 3 initial lines like following: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup] “SystemSetupInProgress”=dword:00000000 - After that line, add 5 portions of reg just exported from XP in hard disk: c)Save all with the new name ( Printers. reg ). Put it in printers plugin. 6) You coiuld add some lines in the printers.inf to run each cmd file by a separate icon( made by Icon grabber or Extract Icon ) much easily in XPE Quick Launch.. [software.AddReg] 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\QuickLaunch","Autoprinters","%SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\AutoPrinters.cmd||%SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\AutoPrinters.ico" 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\QuickLaunch","Printers","%SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\Printers.cmd||%SystemDrive%\Programs\Printers\Printers.ico" 7)You better run the printers.cmd firstly and secondly: autorunprinters.cmd. You must see all your printer name appear certainly in Control panel\ Printers and Faxes and there is no difficulty when you open properties and printer preferences of any printer now with the use Colin Finck ‘s dotnetfxpe-prefinal5 plugin in XPE. Dr Hoang from Vietnam
  6. If you use AEC plugin and your modem one’s , you connect to web easily with XPESP1 but the problem becomes more difficult with XPESP2 104 and PE 314. In csae of trying to connecting to web, you only stop at verifying user name and password forever. If you don’t believe my word, try to create a newest pebuilder314.iso and you will see the tetchy result for your modem. Perhaps, that is due to uppercase problem or an unknown reason. It wastes one month for me to find that cause in erasing over 100 times in DVDRW disk. I tested my modem with two plugins in dialup : one old best known AEC and another newest Cool400’one . The two plugins are so different in files installed and not the exact registry between them. Cool400’s using bartpe.exe to start net services in the contrary of AEC's netcfg.exe. I tried in different ways to merge two plugins together to have the best result in connect to web with my modem in XPESP2 CD. At noon today, I get rid off the tetchy problem of AEC pluign ( stop at verifying user name and password for ever) Colol400’s one’s( error 720: could not etablish connect modem ) by merging the best parts of them in one newest internet plugin: best result 100o/o success in XPESP2 CD . 1) I use the full AEC dialup registry only; a files folder( contain all cmd files and netcfg.exe ) and a file rrasmgmt.msc( 2003 ) 2)I use all needed files of internet plugin of Cool 400 but no registry and even his file internet.cmd . 3)Change the internet.inf of Cool400 fully adapted to some of newer files of AEC’s plugin. 4)After merging two plugins by my way, I am succesfull to have the best dial up plugin than ever for XPE 104& PE 314 . 5) Now , you could connect to web( XPE 104 & PE314 ) easily with any modem in XPECD PS: This new registry is very long to post here ( 3 pages or more ) . If anybody could not merge them successfully, send me a mail ( to drhoang@gmail.com ). I am honored to post this successful internet.inf modified by me ) to any new bie PE fans. Dr Hoang from Vietnam
  7. Hi ScubaSteve, You should read http://xpe.collewijn.info/index.php to see all manuals for any new bie and a lot of Dr Hoang's manuals also Dr Hoang
  8. Hi stasys44, I didn't test SysXPfat or bootpart in C( NTFS) to create a MS-DOS for my XP. If your C partition has formatted only in NTFS, I think you better reserved a small place in C formatted in FAT 16 reserved of rescue by XPE or DOS. That didn't cause any crash for your PC . In the contrary, my C partition is already formatted in FAT 32( 9GB ) and worked well with SysXPfat. But in case of failure with SysXPfat, you could also try that command line fixboot C: ( in Recovery Console, or choose to repair in XPCD install ) . You also reboot to XP easily with dual menu boot. Dr Hoang
  9. I) Make a SuperVCD disk in XP to be seen in any DVD player : If you don’t buy a DVDRW yet, the best solution for you is to record videoclips in SuperVCD disk. That has the same quality of DVD ( with resolution 720x480 ) but the real benefit is too cheap for make( only 20 cents per disk in VN ) . Following are the principal steps by steps to make your superbe SVCD in XP: 1)You must have an internal TV card in your PC with a cheap price 50USD to capture any selected video clip form DVD disk you want to mpeg2 with the real time ( no waiting time ). 2)You also have Power VCR 30 in your XP : the best capture soft in mpeg2: capable of seeing the big screen during the capture time. 3)You better have the Video card Nvidia 64MB RAM and Creative Audigy sound card at minimum in your PC . RAM of your PC is also at least 526MB . Plugin 2 lines audio out of your DVDplayer to o one stereo jack 3mm ( audio in of your sound card ).Plugin 1 video out line of your DVD player to video in line of your Nvidia Display card. 4)Select any best video clip from any media DVD excluding all MC ‘s long presented portions you want during the recording time within PowerVCR 30. 5)Remember always to choose DVD profile in setting recording in PowerVCR 30 6)All video clips recording are in mpeg2 ( best quality of DVD ): you never see any difference between them. 7)If you want to get the number video clip in maximum in a SuperVCD ( till 10 videoclips for one disk ), you better burn all of those mpeg2 files with Roxio video pack 51: it ‘s only a recording soft capable recording 1.3GB ( hard disk ) putting in one CD ( 700MB ) . That seems too unbelievable for you : Although in a compressed form but the qualities of all video clips are not changed so much ( nothing the same with mpg4: the worst quality to be seen ) 8)Final result: You will have an impeccable Super VCD seen in any DVDplayer ( no difference between SVCD and DVD in quality ). The real benefit is to have all selected video clips from any media DVD to save in SVCD with a very cheap price 20 cents II)In XPE, you will see all remarkable beautiful mpeg files: just made in hard disk or in SVCD disk in a DVD-ROM of our PC: I recommend you to make a plugin of Ulead DVDplayer 1.5 to see mpeg or hear any mp3, CD, SVCD, DVD. 1) Following is the UleadDVD.inf : ; UDVDPlayer.inf ; PE Builder v3 plug-in INF file for ULead DVD Player1.5 ; Created by DrHoang [Version] Signature= "$Windows NT$" [PEBuilder] Name="UDVDPlayer1.5" Enable=1 [WinntDirectories] a=Programs\UDVDPlayer,2 [sourceDisksFiles] UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe=a,,1 UDVDplayer.ico=a,,1 HideExec.EXE =2,,1 [software.AddReg] 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "ABOUTBOXONSTARTUP", 0x00000001 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "RegionCode", "0" 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "InitFromDVDRom", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VideoDevice", 0x00000000 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "CaptureToPath", "F:\My Documents\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Capture\VImage.bmp" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VideoFilePath", "Z:\Programs\UDVDplayer\Capture\Video.avi" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "CurrentSkin", "Z:\Programs\UDVDplayer\Skin\Metallic Amber.psf" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "CD_DVDinHDDPath", "" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "PlayListDir", "Z:\Programs\UeadDVDplayer\Demo" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "OpenFilePathName", "E:\MUSICASIA\LK New wave ( Ni NI Uyen Mi ).MP3" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "Password", "" 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "PlayListDuration", 0x0000000a 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "TVChannel", 0x00000007 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "RegionCode1", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "UseTwoChannel", 0x00000002 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "AudioDevice", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "CrossbarInput", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "AlwaysOnTop", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "IsSaveWindowPosition", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "IsSplashWindowOn", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VolSpeaker", 0x0000ffff 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VolSpeakerR", 0x0000ffff 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VolWaveout", 0x0000ffff 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "AutoDeinterlace", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "SubPicVOffset", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "UseDSound", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "AudioMode", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "CaptureTo", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "IsMinimizeToTray", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "EnableCC", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "YOffset", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "UOffset", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VOffset", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "SOffset", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "PlayerType", 0x00000003 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "DMAChecked", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "AutoPlay", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "ParentControlLevel", 0x00000006 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "EnablePassword", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "FullScreen", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "DeinterlaceMode", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "AlwaysCheckDMA", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "ClickFiletoPlay", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "ResumePlay", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "ResumeNoAsk", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VFAlwaysOnTop", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "IsDxVASupport", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "PrevPlayerType", 0x00000003 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "VRReadingWay", 0x00000001 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "StickerPoint", 0x00000000 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5", "DefaultDrive", 0x00000040 0x4, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\CEAudio", "DualMonoChannel", 0x00000002 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "ProgramGroupName", "Media" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "Language", "0x0009" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "snLanguage", "11" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "Version", "1.5" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "Path", "X:\Programs\UDVDplayer" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "ProductName", "Ulead DVD Player %s" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "ProductVersion", "1.5" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "Specially", "" 0x1, "Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Player\1.5\Installer", "Serial Number", "xxxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxxxx" [software.AddReg] 0x2,"Sherpya\XPEinit\QuickLaunch","UDVDPlayer15","%SystemRoot%\System32\HideExec.EXE"|"%SystemDrive%\Programs\UDVDplayer\UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe"|"%SystemDrive%\Programs\UDVDPlayer\UDVDPlayer.ico" [Append] nu2menu.xml, UDVDplayer_nu2menu.xml 2)You should make 2 files UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe and UDVDPlayer.ico for this plugin: a) UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe: You must have installed WinRAR35, UleadDVDplayer 15 in XP. Select all files of UleadDVDplayer folder, right click mouse to add to archive -In archive name and parameter , choose archive name UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe and archivign options mark: create SFX archive and create solid archive . -In advanced tabs, click on SFX options -Path to extract: Z:\Programs\UDVDplayer\ Z is your ramdisk -Run afer extraction:DVDplayer.exe -Mode: silent and overwrite all -Click on OK, that make a file UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe for you in some minutes. b)UDVDPlayer.ico : You create it by Buddy Icon Grabber 1.3, and never using DVDplayer.exe for icon: that occupies so much places in your CD . c)You also have HideExec.EXE in System32\I386 of your XPE to make invisible UDVDPlayer_SFX.exe in running. If you would like this file in your XPE , mail to me. Finally, you will enjoy all mpeg2 files in your XPE with a remarkable quality never seen before with Ulead DVD player 15 . Dr Hoang from Vietnam
  10. If you are always bothered of buying CDRW to test burning a new XPE.iso, the best ways for you I think is to install XPE in your hard disk. That would have a lot of conveniences for you ulteriorily if you already installed 2 windows in your hard disk ( C: XP and D : 2000 with FAT 32 for two of them). I)Install XPE in another primary partition than C: is always better than in the same partition by enjoying a lot of of benefits following: 1) Stay in one windows, you could ghost or restore the other one’s( even with Norton Ghost 90 ) too easily, you are no need of rebooting to work in WinPE environtment. 2) Go to Windows 2000 in the D partition , you could see J partition ( hidden of XPE ) and you could update all changes of a new XPE.iso( from F: to the old in J: ) easily and speedily, And you are no need of buying any CDRW to test XPE.iso. 3) Working within J partition ( or X: if it is are active partition unhidden ), you could edit nu2menu.xml or any programs easily because of a written hard disk not read only like CD . 4) The booting time in hard disk is so much speedier than ever: 1 minute 30 secondes ( compared with 4 minutes 30 secondes in CD or 10 minutes in USB flash Drive ). 5) You could read my ways to install XPE in another primary partition than C and create MS-DOS in my former topic: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=53599 Don’t try to test peinstall plugin of Bart’s if your aren't an expert. You have the big risk to erase all upur precious data in C partition if you mistyped some lines. 6) You could get rid off 2 plugins in XPE: dospe ( waste of time to find a lot of files but it seems useless because of not a real DOS ) and peinstall ( too risky ) . II) Why not installing XPE in the same partition C: Big reasons are the following: 1) You will have a bigger partition C with 2 installing( XPE and XP ) and when your are need of saving C partition with ghost , it becomes so big ( usually over 1.5GB in size ) 2)While working with XPE, although it also boots speedily ( 1 minute 30 secondes) but the real tetchy problem is C partition reserved for XP is incorporated together with XPE in their common X: partition ( by character of XPSP2 ). 3) Sometimes in update the new programs for XPE, you would get mixed between Programs ( XPE ) and Program Files (XP) and Documents and settings . III) Why not installing XPE in USB Flash Disk: The main reasons are the following: 1)The booting time to USB Flash Drive is so long over 10 minutes ( compared with 1 minute 30 secondes in hard disk . 2) You are always a real need of a bigger Flash Disk: over 526MB or 1GB. If not, you could install a miniPE or microPE in USB flash Drive. 3) The copy time of all files to USB flash Drive is also long with Fafot’s way( 100 o/o success ): 10 minutes . 4)If you use pe2-usb.cmd , you will get the usual bug is not finding ntldlr or boot.ini during the processof making pe-usb. That is not easy to override this problem. IV) Reduce the making all autoboot XPE CD or DVD by this way : 1) If you already install XPE to another partition than C, you could reduce making XPE CD in minimum. So that , it is not wasting a lot of money to buy any CDRW disk in the future. 2) The booting time to XPE in CD is longer than in hard disk ( usually 4 minutes 30 secondes or more ) compared with 1 minute 30 secodes in hard disk ). 3)Testing the boot time is much easier, speedier in hard disk than CD ( no required of testing with Vnware or Virtual CD anymore ) V) Conclusion: After reading my topic I hop you would choose the best solution for you in installing XPE. Could you disagree with me, but how you are not wasting a lot of money to buy CDRW anymore? : That is the principal or really convenient way for all of us.. D Hoang from Vietnam
  11. Hi zeroman_ltk, Thanks of your suggestions but some MSFN fans still find my old topics difficulty in PE forum by using search. So that I rewrite them all new with a different style, excluding some surplus or out of date data to make much easier for any new bie. I never copied line by line from an old topic to here. I hope all fans understand my real good intention to help new bie in XPE or in multibootCD. Dr Hoang
  12. Hi stasys44, Thanks for your mention of my post. You could test my topic by burning a new ISO with BCDW 201 It supports all ISO files like 200SP4, Hiren70.iso, Acronis.iso, Acronis DS.ISOso well ( except for XPSP2.iso ). Sorry, I don't like installing Linux because of a lot of complex command lines and I never test it one time in my life. I am no need of Linux because my XPE is always superior than Linux anyways. Dr Hoang
  13. Hi Jaclaz, Now I know the reason why bootpart didn't create bootsect.dos in my XP ( triple boot to XP, 2000 and MS-DOS) . My C partition is formatted in FAT 32( 9GB ) but not FAT 16. In the contrary, debug.exe is working so good to create bootsect.dos in FAT 32 and FAT 16. Hi Stasys 44, Do you make out of creating MS-DOS for your XPE in another primary partition than C? If so, you could update all new softs in your XPE much easierly in the future and no need of any CDRW disk to burn or test anymore.. Dr Hoang from Vietnam