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Hotfixes won't integrate, XP SP3

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F_O_XXX

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Hi guys,

To begin with, I've read and tried everything to get these hotfixes integrated.

I'm using XP Pro SP3 and just want to update it.

I've already tried downloading them manually, Windows Update Installer (http://unattended.ms....xp/view/web/5/);
integrating the separate hotfixes with nLite, integrating RyanVM's post SP3 pack, svcpack.inf Method (http://unattended.ms...xp/view/web/24/) and 18 high-priority updates still show up in Windows Update.

What should i do??

Thanks


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icy

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hey F_O_XXX

i used those mentioned at http://users.telenet.../_winxpsp3.html and had no problems ever

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F_O_XXX

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It seems that the problem is with the simultaneous integration vie nLite of my manually downloaded hotfixes and some addons from ryanVM's forum.
I've just tried integrating just the hotfixes and it worked.
Perhaps the right way is to integrate everything in separate nLite sessions.

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It seems that the problem is with the simultaneous integration vie nLite of my manually downloaded hotfixes and some addons from ryanVM's forum.
I've just tried integrating just the hotfixes and it worked.
Perhaps the right way is to integrate everything in separate nLite sessions.



Hi,

I am encountering the same issue. I downloaded the RVM post SP3 pack and the WGAAddonpack for 32-bit XP. It seems each causes a C++ Virtual function call error, R6025.

I have tried the latest version of Nlite and its predecessor to no avail. I suspect one or the other package is either not stable for integrating.

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F_O_XXX

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It seems that the problem is with the simultaneous integration vie nLite of my manually downloaded hotfixes and some addons from ryanVM's forum.
I've just tried integrating just the hotfixes and it worked.
Perhaps the right way is to integrate everything in separate nLite sessions.


So, it really turned out, that this was the problem. Actually I was having difficulties just with the updates, the other addons worked fine. When I tried to integrate some manually added hotfixes and a hotfix addon, all updates were still showing up in Windows Update, although the process had completed with no errors in nLite.
Separate integration of hotfixes and hotfix-addons did solve it. Basically I tried two methods and they both worked:
1. hotfix integration first and then the addons
2. the other way around

Further to this, one could create, let's call it a basic nLite-ed copy of XP first, with all tweaks, unattended, etc. (no hotfixes, addons) already applied, and then integrate anything. It just spares some time. If somethings goes wrong, you just take the basic copy and start over.

I was using XP Pro, SP3 already integrated, and wanted to update it and integrate 2 addons Directx9 August 08 and .NET (these I downloaded from ryanVM's forum, but don't know anymore where exactly they were)

For the hotfixes you could use a couple of methods:
1. http://www.ryanvm.ne...opic.php?t=5687 Onepiece addon
2. http://unattended.ms....xp/view/web/5/
3. Or what I personally prefer. I installed a fresh copy (no updates integrated) on my virtual machine, went to Windows Update to see which updates I was missing, and then downloaded them all manually.


Hope someone could use this info.

Edited by F_O_XXX, 22 October 2008 - 11:28 PM.





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