blackwingcat

KDW / FCWIN2K

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Ummm, I think you have to uninstall Quicktime 7.1.6 at first.

This report shows that there is Active Quicktime process your PC.

My QTInstallCode.log is following.

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QuickTimeTerminateProc Enter

Getting QT process count...

Ignoring process 'msiexec.exe' as possible QT process...

Ignoring process 'msiexec.exe' as possible QT process...

Ignoring process 'msiexec.exe' as possible QT process...

Ignoring process 'msiexec.exe' as possible QT process...

Current QT processes = 0

GetQTProcessCount() reported 0 QT active processes.

GetQTProcessCount() reported 0 QT processes to terminate.

QuickTimeTerminateProc Exit (error=0)

############################

QuickTimePostInstallProc Enter

QuickTimePostInstallProc Exit (error=-2096)

If same error appears after old Quicktime, then Please search another install log in \Documents and Settings\(user)\Local Settings\Temp\MSI****.log

GetQTProcessCount() reported 0 QT active processes.

Will check for QT version: 7.50.61.0

QT DLL path: "C:\W2K Program Files\QuickTime 7\QTSystem\QuickTime.qts"

Installed QT DLL "QuickTime.qts", version = 7.1.6.200

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Are you install 5 dlls ? And would you check your systems original 4 DLLs renamed Version ?

I checked QQ, and it installs some common dlls own folder.

Did you check 'Ez KD Registry' in fcwin2k ?

It doesn't need normal install.

if you check it, fcwin creates registry "SafeDllSearchMode" and sets value 0.

Please see following URL, if you want to know about it detail.

About SafeDllSearchMode

In the case if QQ installed illegal dlls, then it makes not to work.

You may be able to resolve to delete wrong dlls, installed by QQ, in it own folder. or check off fcwin 'Ez KD Registry'

If you didn't check dialog 'Ez KD Registry', then I'll research this problem more.

Hi win2000,

Thanks to your contribute to the chinese editon of the windows media player 10 but when i installed the kdw in my chinese 2k the speed of the start was too slow and the program "QQ" (http://dl-sh-ocn-1.pchome.net/0g/2w/QQ2008KB3.rar)did not run as well.

Maybe somewrong with it ?

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hi win2000,

I didn't check dialog 'Ez KD Registry' because I install KDW with the full mode but "QQ" can run in the original 2K without the KDW and now can not run with KDW installed.

I also find a programme "PPLive" didn't run properly.(http://www.xdowns.com/soft/softdown.asp?softid=22231)

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I found It spent many time ,when KDW kernel32.dll failed to load any dll in boot.

Then I separated debug function from debug version in KDW 0.67a.

I think the problem of speed is resolved. :rolleyes:

when i installed the kdw in my chinese 2k the speed of the start was too slow
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I tried to install SDK Version simlified-Chinese Windows 2000.

And insall WindowsUpdates, VC6SP6 Runtime, KDW(install 5 files only), WMP 10 and PPlive.

But I didn't found any problem in PPLive, I can watch Olympic program on PPLive.

How trouble did you occure in your PC ?

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hi win2000,

I didn't check dialog 'Ez KD Registry' because I install KDW with the full mode but "QQ" can run in the original 2K without the KDW and now can not run with KDW installed.

I also find a programme "PPLive" didn't run properly.(http://www.xdowns.com/soft/softdown.asp?softid=22231)

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How to use Safari on Windows 2000

It is well known that in windows 2000 safari crashes when it tries to show javascript page.

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You can resolve by installation KDW advapi32.dll only(Ez install mode may be okay. This image shows how to install KDW Ez mode in the case of safari.)

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Available Javascript Page !

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hi win2000,

Thank you for the new release of the kernel32.dll . Now the boot problem and PPLIVE can run as well but QQ still can not use ?????? I actually do not know what is the matter with me ??????

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Hi,

I got QQ, but it has many function. and I don't know how to use it very well.

Therefore it is helpful for me to say how about trouble occured your PC.

hi win2000,

Thank you for the new release of the kernel32.dll . Now the boot problem and PPLIVE can run as well but QQ still can not use ?????? I actually do not know what is the matter with me ??????

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Hi again,

I found what my main problem with installing QuickTime 7.5 was!

There is a file in the install package called "QuickTimeInstallerAdmin.exe" as well as the msi installer file.

I hadn't copied that to the folder I was running the installer from, and it seems that it won't work without it!

Anyway, the installer now completes, and asks for a function in shell32.dll.

Running KDLLINST.EXE in Ez Install mode fixed that of course!

:thumbup

I now have shell32.dll and shell2k.dll in the QuickTime folder.

The "ExcludeFromKnownDlls" registry key now contains -

kernel32.dll

user32.dll

shell32.dll

ole32.dll

advapi32.dll

ws2_32.dll

rpcrt4.dll

imagehlp.dll

msvcrt.dll

comdlg32.dll

:thumbup

All very encouraging, but unfortunately QuickTime still doesn't work!

:no:

When I run it, an error message pops up saying -

"QuickTime failed to initialise. Error # - 2096.

Please make sure QuickTime is properly installed on this computer."

Also, if I look at the QuickTime control panel, it tells me that I have version 0.0!

The file types and mime types windows are empty.

Also if I make any changes in the control panel they are not saved.

If I run "QTInfo.exe" it says that QuickTime is "Not Installed"!

So it obviously hasn't actually installed properly, even though the installer said that it had completed successfully.

I've tried doing repair installations, and although they apparently complete successfully, they make no difference.

I did some research on "Error #2096" and what came up was a problem with running in "compatibility mode" and says to switch compatibility mode off by changing the setting in the compatibility tab on the .exe file properties.

Well, there is no compatibility tab in the exe file properties, is that a Windows XP only thing?

Also there was some references to Error 2096 referring to an "unsupported processor".

Is that really likely (I run on dual 2.4GHz Zeons)?

When I clear the QT error message, I then get a message (from Norton Crashguard) about a crash in "GDI+ Window".

I don't know if that's any clue...........

Any suggestions?

Thanks again.........

:)

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I did some research on "Error #2096" and what came up was a problem with running in "compatibility mode" and says to switch compatibility mode off by changing the setting in the compatibility tab on the .exe file properties.

Well, there is no compatibility tab in the exe file properties, is that a Windows XP only thing?

Compatibilty mode exists on Windows 2000, but is not usable by default. To register the Compatibility mode, run:
regsvr32 %systemroot%\apppatch\slayerui.dll
Compatibilty mode may be applied to programs in Windows 2000 using shortcuts' Properties. Also, Winodws 2000 Support Tools includes an Application Compatibilty program that can set compatibilities.
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Hi,

I think you haven't done last sequence yet.

Please look at My Comment number 788741(How to Install QuickTime 7.50)

All very encouraging, but unfortunately QuickTime still doesn't work!

:no:

When I run it, an error message pops up saying -

"QuickTime failed to initialise. Error # - 2096.

Please make sure QuickTime is properly installed on this computer."

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Hi again win2000,

Quicktime is still working fine.

I have now tried to install Windows Media Player 10 using KDW, and thought I'd give you some feedback.

You do have to install the XP kernel32.dll to the system32 folder for your installer to work, but as you say. once it's installed, you can use ez install to put the new kernel32.dll just in the WMP folder, restore the original Windows 2000 file to the system32 folder, and it continues working.

I would like to keep your later kernel32.dll file in system32, and I do have your user32.dll, shell32.dll and advapi32.dll files there, but I have a problem with one of the Norton Utilities that I use if I do this.

As I mentioned previously, the Norton Protected Recycle Bin service won't start with that version of kernel32.dll in the system32 folder.

At startup, it puts up an error message which says -

This error is presumably being caused by the new kernel32.dll file.

Is there any way around this?

Apart from this, Windows Media Player 10 is working under Windows 2000.

Great job!

:thumbup

I do have a couple of issues with that though, which I'd appreciate your feedback on.

Firstly, I now have no video preview thumbnails in the Windows Explorer, which I did have when WMP 9 was installed.

I quite like them and would like them back.

Do you know why they have gone and how to restore them?

The other thing that I'm puzzled at is that fact that there is no "Play Speed Settings" option under the "Enhancements " menu of my player. I've always been annoyed with WMP 9 that there is no frame by frame jog facility, and I thought that had been added in WMP 10.

It mentions it in the help file, but it isn't actually there on my player.

Any idea why?

Thanks for all your work.

I never thought that it would ever be possible to use later versions of QuickTime or WMP under Windows 2000, and I would always be stuck now with increasingly out of date versions.

You proved me wrong!

Cheers, Dave.

:)

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How to install Windows Defender

It rejects to install only by msi definition.

You can rewrite simply msi file for installation with Windows 2000.

Of course you can rewrite with Orca,too.

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1. Check Allow Win2k and Overwrite.

2. Press Rewrite.

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You can use also Software Explorer.

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