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nLite 1.4.9.1 - Honey Turbo 9.1

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dazz did u integrate wmp11?

if so ....can u please tell me what else u did?

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did u meant the extra addons or tweaks ?

Actually , i said here for SP2, not for SP3...

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well...then please attach your preset......

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fred_gaou, On my setup (slipstreamed sp3 over xp pro sp2 using nLite 1.4.5 Final) I had some different results then yours, however i had some other settings too, but here's what I got.

temp_dir = %SystemDrive%\Temp - works.

My Computer-Add Device Manager to Context Menu - works.

My Computer-Add Event Viewer to Context Menu - works.

My Computer-Add Registry Editor to Context Menu - works.

Boot and Shutdown-Disable automatic restart on System Failure - didn't work for me not even in the 1.4.5b2 (same setup, slipstreamed sp3 over xp pro sp2), wonder wha' happen' :blink:

That's what i can confirm so far.

Cheers,

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temp_dir = %SystemDrive%\Temp - works.

My Computer-Add Device Manager to Context Menu - works.

My Computer-Add Event Viewer to Context Menu - works.

My Computer-Add Registry Editor to Context Menu - works.

What about IE icon on desktop or at least in the start menu? Is it here?

mmmh... I wonder what would happen if I slipstreamed SP2 on SP0 before I add SP3. May sounds crazy or at least useless but... Did someone try that?

I look forward to testing a next release that corrects some stuffs or at least other feedbacks about slipstreamed SP0 with SP3. Some claims SP0->SP3 (using slipstreaming) should not be a problem. However SP2->SP3 seems to product different effects, so... :}

what about SP0->SP2->SP3 in the same breath using nlite slipstreaming? Will the result be the same as SP2->SP3? Calls for testing ;) I'll do if nobody hasn't did it yet.

PS: I've updated my previous post cause slipstream SP3 causes at least an issue: I noticed that my dependency tabs were missing in the service setting boxes. No other tweaks or components remove, just slipstream SP3 on SP0 XP PRO (nLite 1.45 final)

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PS: I've updated my previous post cause slipstream SP3 causes at least an issue: I noticed that my dependency tabs were missing in the service setting boxes. No other tweaks or components remove, just slipstream SP3 on SP0 XP PRO (nLite 1.45 final)

This have nothing to do with nLite, something else is the cause. nLite simply use switch for integration, so that can not be the problem. It is SP3 itself, or your installation is corrupted.

Cheers ;)

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So as I said above, I made a new slipstreaming test: SP0->SP2->SP3

The result is very positive, almost everything seem to work like a charm. The previous failures I noticed directly doing SP0->SP3 have disapeared. :thumbup

- Tasks Sequences

I] Slipstream SP2 then SP3
NO BUG

II] Addons:
NO BUG
:thumbup

DotNetFx_All_In_1_Addon_v2.1.cab

Kels_Runtimes_addon_v4.1.CAB

IE7 french (didn't try to add the hotfix update E7-WindowsXP-KB947864-x86 since I read it produces some issues with SP3)

III] Unattended Setup (no added theme) NO BUG

IV] Tweaks SOME FAILS

V] Options NO BUG

VI] Components NO BUG

- Presets with detailed failures

[Main]

Env = 1.4.5 - 2.0.50727.1433.Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2

Target = Windows XP Professionnel SP3 - 5.1.2600.5512 - Français (France)

[Tasks]

Service Pack Integration

Remove Components

Unattended Setup

Hotfixes and Update Packs

Tweaks

Create a Bootable ISO

Options

[Components]

;# Applications #

Briefcase

Internet Games

Paint

Pinball

;# Keyboards #

Afghan keyboard

Albanais keyboard

Allemand (IBM) keyboard

Allemand (Suisse) keyboard

Allemand keyboard

Anglais étendu (Royaume-Uni) keyboard

Arabe (101) keyboard

Arabe (102) AZERTY keyboard

Arabe (102) keyboard

Arménien (Est) keyboard

Arménien (Ouest) keyboard

Azéri cyrillique keyboard

Azéri latin keyboard

Belge (point) keyboard

Belge (virgule) keyboard

Bengali (Inscript) keyboard

Bengali keyboard

Biélorusse keyboard

Bosniaque cyrillique keyboard

Bosniaque keyboard

Bulgare (latin) keyboard

Bulgare keyboard

Canadien multilingue standard keyboard

Chinois (simplifié) - clavier américain keyboard

Chinois (simplifié) - Microsoft Pinyin IME 3.0 keyboard

Chinois (simplifié) - NeiMa keyboard

Chinois (simplifié) - QuanPin keyboard

Chinois (simplifié) - ShuangPin keyboard

Chinois (simplifié) - ZhengMa keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - alphanumérique keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - ChangJie keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - clavier américain keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - code Big5 keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - DaYi keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - Matrice keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - nouveau ChangJie keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - nouvelle phonétique keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - phonétique keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - Rapide keyboard

Chinois (traditionnel) - Unicode keyboard

Coréen keyboard

Croate keyboard

Danois keyboard

Devanagari - INSCRIPT keyboard

Divehi Machine à écrire keyboard

Divehi phonétique keyboard

Espagnol (variante) keyboard

Espagnol keyboard

Estonien keyboard

États-Unis - Dvorak pour droitier keyboard

États-Unis - Dvorak pour gaucher keyboard

États-Unis Dvorak keyboard

États-Unis International keyboard

Farsi keyboard

Féroïen keyboard

Finnois et same keyboard

Finnois keyboard

Français (Belgique) keyboard

Français (Canada) keyboard

Français (Suisse) keyboard

Français traditionnel (Canada) keyboard

Gaélique keyboard

Géorgien keyboard

Grec (220) keyboard

Grec (220) latin keyboard

Grec (319) keyboard

Grec (319) latin keyboard

Grec keyboard

Grec latin keyboard

Grec polytonique keyboard

Gujarati keyboard

Hébreu keyboard

Hindi traditionnel keyboard

Hongrois 101 touches keyboard

Hongrois keyboard

IBM Lituanien keyboard

Inuktitut latin keyboard

Irlandais keyboard

Islandais keyboard

Italien (142) keyboard

Italien keyboard

Japonais keyboard

Kannada keyboard

Kazakh keyboard

Kirghyz cyrillique keyboard

Latino-américain keyboard

Letton (Qwerty) keyboard

Letton keyboard

Lituanien keyboard

Luxembourgeois keyboard

Macédonien (Ex Rép. yougoslave de) keyboard

Malayalam keyboard

Maltais 47 touches keyboard

Maltais 48 touches keyboard

Maori keyboard

Marathi keyboard

Mongol cyrillique keyboard

Néerlandais keyboard

Népalais keyboard

Norvégien et same keyboard

Norvégien keyboard

Ourdou keyboard

Ouzbek cyrillique keyboard

Pendjabi keyboard

Polonais (214) keyboard

Polonais (programmeurs) keyboard

Portugais (Brésil ABNT2) keyboard

Portugais (Brésilien ABNT) keyboard

Portugais keyboard

Roumain keyboard

Royaume-Uni keyboard

Russe (machine à écrire) keyboard

Russe keyboard

Same étendu (Finlande/Suède) keyboard

Same étendu (Norvège) keyboard

Serbe (cyrillique) keyboard

Serbe (latin) keyboard

Slovaque (Qwerty) keyboard

Slovaque keyboard

Slovène keyboard

Suédois et same keyboard

Suédois keyboard

Syrien keyboard

Syrien phonétique keyboard

Système de saisie coréen (IME 2000) keyboard

Système de saisie japonais (MS-IME2002) keyboard

Table d'anglais (États-Unis) pour IBM arabe 238_L keyboard

Tamoul keyboard

Tatar keyboard

Tchèque (programmeurs) keyboard

Tchèque (Qwerty) keyboard

Tchèque keyboard

Télougou keyboard

Thaï Kedmanee (sans verrouillage majuscule) keyboard

Thaï Kedmanee keyboard

Thaï Pattachote (sans verrouillage majuscule) keyboard

Thaï Pattachote keyboard

Turc F keyboard

Turc Q keyboard

Ukrainien keyboard

Vietnamien keyboard

;# Multimedia #

Movie Maker

Windows Sounds

;# Network #

MSN Explorer

Windows Messenger

;# Operating System Options #

.NET Framework

Blaster/Nachi removal tool

Tour

;# Services #

Messenger

;# Directories #

docs

support

valueadd

;# Compatibility #

Compat01

Compat02

Compat03

Compat04

Compat06

Compat07

Compat08

Compat09

Compat11

Compat14

Compat16

[KeepFiles]

msconfig.exe

[RemoveFiles]

clock.avi

yahoo.bmp

swtchbrd.bmp

[Options]

CABMerge

ClassicSetup

DisableFreereq

DisableMinMem

OemBranding

DupeFiles

ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings"

TargetPath = "WINDOWS"

temp_dir = %SystemDrive%\Temp

AdvTweaks

[Patches]

TcpIp = 100

DoUxTheme

DoSFC

[services2]
:thumbup

SSDPSRV,4

upnphost,4

[Tweaks]

Boot and Shutdown-Auto-End tasks immediately

Boot and Shutdown-Auto-Kill hung applications immediately

Boot and Shutdown-Auto-Kill hung services immediately

Boot and Shutdown-Disable automatic restart on System Failure
FAILS

Desktop-Internet Explorer icon-Show
:thumbup

Desktop-Wrap icon titles-Disable

Explorer-Advanced Search: preconfigure options

Explorer-Associate additional file types with Notepad

Explorer-Change Windows Explorer folder view-Details

Explorer-Classic Control Panel

Explorer-Disable Autorun

Explorer-Disable Beep on errors

Explorer-Disable Prefix: Shortcut to
:thumbup

Explorer-Disable shortcut arrow

Explorer-Disable Web Files and Folders connection

Explorer-Launch folder windows in a separate process

Explorer-Show Drive Letters in front of Drive Names

Explorer-Show extensions of known file-types

Explorer-Show the full path in the Address Bar

Explorer-Show the full path in the Title Bar

My Computer-Add Device Manager to Context Menu
:thumbup

My Computer-Add Event Viewer to Context Menu

My Computer-Add Fonts Folder

My Computer-Add Registry Editor to Context Menu

Performance-Processor scheduling-Programs

Performance-Run 16-bit Windows applications in a separate process

Privacy-Remove Alexa

Start Menu-Add Administrative Tools menu

Start Menu-Control Panel-Display as a menu

Start Menu-My Computer-Display as a menu

Start Menu-My Documents-Display as a menu

Start Menu-My Music-Display as a menu

Start Menu-My Pictures-Display as a menu

Start Menu-Network Connections-Link to Network Connections folder

Start Menu-Number of programs on Start menu-10

Start Menu-Printers and Faxes-Display as a link

Start Menu-Reduce popup delay

Start Menu-Remove Windows Catalog shortcut

Start Menu-Scroll Programs

Taskbar-Disable Hide inactive icons

Taskbar-Disable Language-Bar

Taskbar-Lock the Taskbar-No

Visual Effects-Keyboard shortcut underline-Enable

[unattended]

UnattendMode = 0

ComputerType = Automatic

Resolution = 1024x768

BitsPerPel = 32 bit (True Color)

MaximumDataStorePercentOfDisk = 10

RestorePointLife = 30

DesktopTheme = Default||

AutoUpdates = 4

AutoUDay = 5

AutoUHour = 15

ProgFilesPath = "\Program Files"

[NetAdapter1]

connname = ""

macaddress = ""

ipaddress = "192.168.0.1"

subnetmask = "255.255.255.0"

defaultgateway = ""

dnsserver1 = ""

dnsserver2 = ""

winsserver = ""

netbiossetting = "0"

ipxnetworknumber = "00000000"

ipxnetworkframetype = "0xFF"

[NetAdapter2]

connname = ""

macaddress = ""

ipaddress = "192.168.0.2"

subnetmask = "255.255.255.0"

defaultgateway = ""

dnsserver1 = ""

dnsserver2 = ""

winsserver = ""

netbiossetting = "0"

ipxnetworknumber = "00000000"

ipxnetworkframetype = "0xFF"

[NetAdapter3]

connname = ""

macaddress = ""

ipaddress = "192.168.0.3"

subnetmask = "255.255.255.0"

defaultgateway = ""

dnsserver1 = ""

dnsserver2 = ""

winsserver = ""

netbiossetting = "0"

ipxnetworknumber = "00000000"

ipxnetworkframetype = "0xFF"

[GuiRunOnce]

[Drivers]

[Hotfixes]

D:\Sauvegardes\CD_Xp_SP2\nLite\Add-ons\1 - RUNTIMES + FRAMEWORKS\DotNetFx_All_In_1_Addon_v2.1.cab

D:\Sauvegardes\CD_Xp_SP2\nLite\Add-ons\1 - RUNTIMES + FRAMEWORKS\Kels_Runtimes_addon_v4.1.CAB

D:\Sauvegardes\CD_Xp_SP2\nLite\Add-ons\2 - IE7\IE7-WindowsXP-x86-fra.exe

- Conclusion

I didn't recommend to slipstream directly SP3 upon SP0 because some failures (see
)

If you follow my preset above everything will be fine.
:hello:

Everybody say : "NUHI !!!"

Edited by fred_gaou
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Integrated WMP11 with all hotfix, except windowsmedia11-kb946665-x86-intl.exe

I used SP3 here, and the Toolbar shortcut is missing....

attached ini file

Last_Session.ini

Edited by dazzlee
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I start playing with v1.4.5 and WinXP Pro GOLD + SP3 Final. No problems so far, although I have to pay attention with the new network components. Some of them should not be removed I suppose.

Too bad SP3 doesn't include IE7 and WMP11. That's really a shame!

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I have built in sp3 ie7 wmp11, have removed not the components necessary to me (adjustments in the attached file), are 2 mistakes: 1. After the first reboot, the fitter does not define a disk in the device, after extraction and insertions of a disk can back work with it. 2: IE7 it is not started, in what a problem, prompt!

(win xp pro, nlite 1.4.5 final, framework 2.0, 3.0)

__1055___1054___1057___1051___1045___1044___1053___1048___1049____1057___1045___1040___1053___1057_.INI

Edited by IvanVL
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ivan please dont extract the wmp 11 installer ...just leave it the way it is..

also be sure u have wmp11 slipstreamer installed before running nlite

Edited by boooggy
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ivan please dont extract the wmp 11 installer ...just leave it the way it is..

also be sure u have wmp11 slipstreamer installed before running nlite

But I havn't problev with wmp! Whether wmp introduction influences all rest?

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silent update to 1.4.5.4! ;)

Vista Key issue fix?

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silent update to 1.4.5.4! ;)

Vista Key issue fix?

sp3 slipstream on vista key issue actually.....

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Thank you very much nuhi for all of the work and time that you put into making nlite. I was using windows 98 up until 2004. That was the year that I discovered nlite v .98. I had a slow computer and I didn’t want to load the full version of windows xp. You and nlite helped me make the switch-over to windows xp. I’m a happy nlite user and I love those tweaks which saves me a lot of time. :)

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silent update to 1.4.5.4! ;)

Vista Key issue fix?

Yeah, the specific fixes are:

- Slipstream update.exe directly (when you extract SP)

- Slipstream XP SP3 into XP RTM (SP0) under Vista, CDKey issue

Both of them rare so better be silent and deadly.

Edited by nuhi
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finally got some time to play around and duplicate my problem. However, I just noticed that all 4 new SP3 services are tied into each other in some way:

'Wired AutoConfig' needs 'Extensible Authenticating Protocol Service'

'NAP' needs 'Extensible Authenticating Protocol Service'

'NAP' needs 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service'

I am going to try removing 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service' this time (and NAP too, since it requires this service to run). If I can reproduce the wireless problems on this new reinstall, then 'NAP', 'Extensible Authenticating Protocol Service', and 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service' will have to be placed in the compatibility list. Only 'Wired AutoConfig' can be safely removed.

back after a reinstall ;)

edit> back from reinstall....and I reproduced the problem :) I'm reading in BlackViper's services information that only the 'Remote Procedure Call' Service is required for 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service'. I guess I'll try another reinstall

edit 2> did another reinstall....this time removing only 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service' (and ignoring all nlite warnings about dependencies)....and my wireless connection works normally. By process of elimination, removing NAP causes all my wireless problems

Also, you might wanna relook at the dependencies of each new SP3 service.....because removing 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service' caused no ill-effects when it comes to running the NAP service. You might wanna recheck what nLite has down for the dependencies of these new services

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Edited by Kirby
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Can I manually add the missing visual styles to the dropdown box under Display Settings - Appearance?

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In previous versions, after finishing, nLite created $OEM$ folder (in my UXP folder) with CMDLINES.TXT:

[Commands]
"rundll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection nLite.inf,U"

But in this version, the $OEM$ folder wasn't created. I check I386 folder, and NLITE.INF still exist.

Somebody can explain it for me ?

Edited by zeroman_ltk
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nuhi, forget the thing about the visual styles not being present in the 'Appearance' tab. That's just a stupid thing I didn't know: the .msstyles file has to have the exact same name as the directory it is in. If not, Windows will not list it in the drop-down list under 'Windows and buttons'.

Example:

\Windows\Resources\Themes\Luna Element\LE5.msstyles WON'T work

\Windows\Resources\Themes\Luna Element\Luna Element.msstyles WILL work

Edited by Guillaume
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I spoke too soon....I did another re-install with all the new SP3 services removed EXCEPT FOR 'NAP'....and now my wireless card is screwing up again....

I'll do yet another re-install....this time keeping both 'Health Key and Certificate Management Service' and 'NAP'.....maybe something is intertwined between the 2

edit> I am definitely overlooking something....cause keeping these 2 services causes the same problems.....I guess I'm going to try keeping only the 'Extensible Authenticating Protocol Service' this time

Edited by Kirby
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After i added afew addons. my sysoc.inf file is still untouched.

Is there any problem ??

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Okay....I think I finally got this down....please ignore all my previous ranting :P

Services not to remove for wireless cards:

Extensible Authentication Protocol Service

Network Access Protection Agent

I am pretty sure of this now.....I just wasted my whole night re-installing :P

Edited by Kirby
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We should slipstream SP3 on WinXP SP0 right?

WinXP Pro SP0:

before: 484MB, after slipstreaming SP3: 586MB

WinXP Pro SP2:

before: 574MB, after slipstreaming SP3: 634MB

48MB more :blink::wacko:

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