An “amateur workaround” for the mofcomp.exe issue would be as follows:
1) Create the following folder: HFSLIP\SOURCE\$OEM$\$$\SYSTEM32\wbem
2) Get a copy of mofcomp.exe (e.g. use a program like “universal extractor,” extract it from SOURCE\i386\mofcomp.ex_), and put it in the above wbem folder.
The issue involving audio codecs and/or drivers seems to relate to Windows File Protection and “System File Checker” (sfc_os.dll in Win XP).
A workable solution here (see post 12 therein by jdoe) :
For some reason FDV’s sfcfiles.dll (http://www.vorck.com...dows/xpsp4.html under "Shutting off WFP with a hacked DLL") doesn’t seem to work with XP Pro SP3.
This post has been edited by Chapa9ai: 25 June 2011 - 05:19 PM