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RUNONCE HELP: Run Microsoft non-hotfixes with runonce. How?

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Hi, the remaining installers i got that i cant slipstream are...

IE8 and all of its hotfixes
Windows Search
Direct X
Windows Search 4.0
Windows Update ActiveX control
Windows Installer Clean Up
Microsoft .NET packages

Do you know the commands to install these with runonce

Also can i use run once to insall 3rd party applications ie:

CCleaner
Wise Disk Cleaner
etc etc

Can this be done? Help would be great with the actual commands. Cheers


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I believe Kurt_Aust has many command lines that could help you in his batch files. Visit his guide for updating XP x64 and check the CODE boxes.

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Windows Update ActiveX control can be slipstreamed. IE8 and all of its hotfixes can also be slipstreamed.

http://xable.net/for...wtopic.php?id=8

For IE8, including hotfixes, use this tool.

You can probably find addons for the rest either here, at Ryan's or at WinAddons

For .NET you make an addon with Silent .NET Maker synthesized

Edited by -X-, 19 December 2009 - 11:11 PM.

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Hi thanks for help.

Some interesting links there

That xable, is great but also unworkable.

It changes the themes wickedly, but it can only be run once cos it doesnt leave a exe in program files

Strangely designed.

It also install a stupid task switcher. But can be removed in advanced settings

Bloke Kurt_Aust is for 64 systems

The difficulty of some of these addons is insane (ie .NET) and all ryans are same or like this to

Every time i try addons it crashes.

If only there was a formal tutorial on advanced nLite. The website is only basic.

Has anyone got DirectX going?

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That xable, is great but also unworkable.

It changes the themes wickedly, but it can only be run once cos it doesnt leave a exe in program files

Strangely designed.

It also install a stupid task switcher. But can be removed in advanced settings

Huh? xable_WindowsUpdateEngine-v1.4_addon.cab does none of those things. It pre-installs the activex control WU will ask you to install on first visit...that's all.
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Bloke Kurt_Aust is for 64 systems

Correct. Yet the switches for the installers are consistent between x86 and x64. You may still find those command lines useful regardless of system architecture.

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yeah sorry i was meaning something i found through xable called "Xpise"

it modernizes the themes of XP its a little sketchy but works great

on the topic of xable....

sure it a pack full of hotfixes but is it for sp3, sp2 or what

and who knows whats in, just a bunch of dll files

an easy and good concept

but its a mystery




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