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Tomcat76

HFSLIP64 v1.1.5 released

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Ain't that nice...

I'm gonna check if the same problem exists with the Japanese version...

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This problem is also there in the Japanese version of SP2.

See the main post for a fix. There shouldn't even be errors in setuperr.log (I checked), but I can't test the Japanese version.

Thanks, redxii. :)

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i had this message when slipstream sp2 at 32-bit environment.

Extracting SP2 installer...

Slipstreaming SP2 into the Windows XP source...

The image file D:\Hfslip64\WORK\SP\AMD64\update\update.exe is valid, but is for

a machine type other than the current machine.

Finished slipstreaming the Service Pack.

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I have only tested this with Windows 2000 as the host OS. For that OS, you need to put update.exe from the 32-bit version of SP2 for Server 2003 in the HFTOOLS folder. Maybe the same needs to be done if the host OS is Windows XP or Server 2003.

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Any report on this HFSlip working with the latest round of MS June updates?

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I haven't tested them yet. Will do that today or tomorrow, and update the list as well.

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I tested, and only KB951376 failed to slipstream. Attached is my log file.

I have the same problem, HFSLIP64 1.1.3 also failed to integrate WMP Hotfix WindowsMedia11-KB954154-x64-ENU.exe and new version of Malicious Software Removal Tool windows-kb890830-x64-v2.1.exe.

It's on Windows xp64 SP2 english version

Here's my log file

HFSLIP_LOG.TXT

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Is hfslip64 dead?

My interest in xp-x64 has grown up lately...any chance it will get an update?

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It's dead I suppose. I don't have a 64 bit OS or machine, so I'll never be able to test and tune. What kind of probs are you having with it? Maybe I can mod some code if needed.

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First, thanks for answering, tommy.

Problems? well, a few.

first, IE8 support is lacking.

Second, several updates are not slipstreamed (mainly WMP11, plus a few others).

Third, MRT is not slipstreamed (gives a message complaining that windows-kb890830-3.0-x64.exe is not a valid win32 app). Running HFSLIP64 on a x64 host resolves this error.

fourth, during the txt-based phase of the setup, I get an error saying that triedit.dll can not be copied

I tested with an SP2 source and all the latest updates, here's my log:

Edit: this is the list of updates that MU wants after installing from the slipstreamed CD, even though the Hotfixes were present inthe HF folder (and are processed during hfslip64's run. I looked at the script while it was running):

WM11:

954155

968816

952069

973540

954154

other:

938127

951376

974112

970653 (this one in HFSVCPACK_SW1, nevermid, I placed the wrong file, should work, i'll rebuild)

890830 (it seems hfslip64 tries to execute the file instead of extracting its contents)

There are a few others, but I'm not considering them, because they'll change after installing IE8...

HFSLIP.zip

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Update, I rebuilt, now MU wants

WM11:

954155

968816

952069

973540

954154

other:

938127

951376

974112

890830

Like I said in the other post, this is weird, these HFs appear to be handled by the script, but for some reason, they're not slipstreamed after all.

BTW, triedit.dll error is still there.

plus IE8, 971961 and 974455 (I'm not counting these ones, they'll change after installing IE8 to the IE8 versions...)

log attached

HFSLIP.zip

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Dumb Q, but does a SP3 exist for XP x64? Yea, I know it's a dumb Q but I have to ask. I'll see what I can do when I get some free time.

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Nope, tommy. Xp-x64 is based on 2k3-x64, they're at SP2 level. No SP3.

BTW, I made an updated flash 10 plugin for x64, I can send it to you if you want to upload it to hfslip.org/64.

bye!

Thx again, I hope you can work something out.

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Some more info, Today I rebuilt the CD with yesterday's round of patches, and I also added IE8 to the mix, with all IE8 HFs as well.

The slipstreaming went fine, but during install, I got several "file can not be copied" errors. mainly IE files (and triedit.dll, of course)

Still, windows boots and *seems* to work fine. IE8 works fine too.

MU still wants these:

MRT (890830). Like I said, it seems HFLSIP64 tries to exec the file instead of extracting its contents

954155

974112

968816

973540

952069

954154

951376

ALL of which were present in HF, plus the script processes them, but for some reason they don't make it to the final outcome...

bye!

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The MRT is typically installed at the svcpack level (i.e. not slipstreamed). You don't need that MRT software, unless your goal is have a bloated OS. Those other files have to get processed differently via hfslip, they are all WMP and WM codec related. MSFT changes their mind on their packing scheme on those types of files all the time, thus the reason for so many betas on the x32. I'll see if I can start a quicky patch....

Edit - try out this beta. Maybe I'll start up a 64 beta thread if I feel ambitious. Please post errors you have, please don't be vague with the errors, I'll need as much info as possible (like what files are missing). Remember I don't have a xp64 so I can't test this out.

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Thank you VERY Much, Tommy. I'll test it and get back to you.

But why does hfslip try to run it instead of just copying it? I know it's uselees, but I like MU tu shut the F*** up!

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Alright, tested it. Unfortunately, not much of an improvement over 1.1.3

Here are the details:

During the TXT-based phase of the setup, the following files can't be copied:

- iesettng.dll

- iesettng.mui

- ie8props.propdesc

- triedit.dll

- wiesttng.dll

- wieunatt.mui

- wiesttng.mui

Then, in the graphical part of the setup, the following files can not be copied (apparently missing fromt he source):

- iecleanp.exe

- wieclnup.exe

- wiedw.mui

Nevertheless, windows boots correctly and seems to work fine, Ie8 also seems to work fine.

Finally, MU still wants these:

KB954155

KB968816

KB952069

KB973540

KB951376

KB954154

KB974112

KB890830 (this one is handled incorrectly during the slipstreaming. hfslip tries to run Windows-KB890830-x64-v3.1.exe instead of extracting its contents and/or just copying it to the sourcess folder)

Well, that's about it.

Oh, almost forgot, my log is attached

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jvidal - Thanks for being patient, the log file helped me out. I hope you don't mind being the king of beta testing. It's easier to tackle this piecemeal, so lets try to iron out the WM hotfixes first. Try this out. Open the script and locate line 1035. Line 1035 is the blank line between these two lines:

SET HFNOREG=

MOVE/Y WORK\WMP\UPDATE\*.CAT WORK\SVCPACK >NUL

on the blank line # 1035, add this:

MOVE WORK\WMP\wm11x64\*.* WORK\WMP\amd64 >NUL

Save it, re-run the script, install on a VM and report back your findings.

As far as the KB890830 malicious software, can you do this? I can't extract it on my 2000 box. For the x32 version, the /x is a hidden option, but it lets you extract. I cannot confirm for x64. Open a command window in the HF folder. Run this command and see if it lets you extract it. Let me know if it prompts you for a directory for where to extact it or if it just runs/installs the program instead.

windows-kb890830-x64-v3.1.exe /x

Lastly, are the files that you list for the txtmode, do those files exist in the sourcess? Pay attention to the filenames... Are you installing via boot CD?

Please LMK what you discover with the above Q's, so I can automate things and start tackling the other probs.

Thanks!

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Thanks for your patience tommy, I'll mod the script and get back to you.

In the meantime, I can tell you that the files missing during txt-setup ARE present in the source in compressed form, i.e. i8eprops.pr_ and yes, I AM installing from a boot CD on a VM. It seems the problem is with txtsetup.sif referencing the wrong file names.

BTW, windows-kb890830-x64-v3.1.exe /x doesn't work, says "it's not a win32 valid application". (that's what I have been saying, that the script tries to run the file. How about using expand to extract it? ****, it doesn't work either, only winrar can handle it.

How about having the user manually extract mrt.exe and mrtstub.exe and placing them in a folder?

BTW, it's line 1062, not 1035. Adding the code as we speak. Off to run it again. i'll report later.

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OK, tested it.

Unfortunately, no change at all, exact same scenario.

Waiting for your next move, tommy.

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1062 didn't jive on this side. Can you zip up your post-hfslip txtsetup.sif?

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Try this... re-download your ie8 installer. FWIW, mine is 33176 kb in size (for eng version). Next, try this one for size.

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thanks, tommy, I'll try and then get back to you.

BTW, IE8 installer is also 33.176KB. MD5:f357a6b6b69fbd427610f1dd83a17c16

update: re-downloaded I8 installer, same as I already had.

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