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tomasz86

Unofficial SP 5.2 for Microsoft Windows 2000 (WIP)

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Hi Tomasz,

Don't worry about the languages :yes: i think that the whole wide world is pretty messed up with languages & sub-languages :D !

I'm actually using spanish language but my genuine copy of w2k is italian lang. (ITA).

About my choice, i'd prefer to use my spare time in the effort to create a full version of UURollup (ITA)

Although i'd like to give my little contribute to the GLOBAL version, unfortunately my spare time isn't as much as a serious project deserve ;) !

So let me try with whtat seems to be the more intriguing choice (2)

Now, talking about instructions:

- analyse files present in UURollup (ENU) and check which of them are multilanguage / language neutral and which are English only

Which method is faster and practical ? Do you have some special trick or tool to suggest ?

- translate the English only files into ITALIAN

Which method is faster and practical ? Do you have some special trick or tool to suggest ?

Thanks and regards

Hackeronte

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@acus

Thanks again for testing :) I've just uploaded a new version of .NET 1.0 installer (netfx10) and an experimental version of .NET 2.0 Installer (netfx20). Frankly speaking, the more I test these packages, the more I'm amazed how fast they are compared to the official MSI based installers... This is how M$ should have prepared them from the beginning. They actually did it for .NET 1.0 and 1.1. The former is included in WinXP Tablet Edition and installed from an INF file. The latter is included in Win2003 Server and also installed by default from an INF file. OnePiece used them for his addons (and my instalers are based on OnePiece's addons). On the other hand, I don't think M$ has ever prepared INF based installers for .NET 2.0 and newer.

@Hackeronte

I'm sorry for a late reply but until tomorrow I'll try to provide you with some info and tips about how to easily compare and translate those files.

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Hi Tomasz,

No problem...Thanks

Regards

hackeronte

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http://ge.tt/4mKHXiJ/v/0?c

Hi Tomasz,

log files for netfx10_20120627.131756 & netfx20_20120627.050621

I installed first NEt10, uninstalled, reinstalled and uninstalled again.

After I do the same for NET20 (in same Virtual machine) but no files were copied!?

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@Hackeronte

I'm sorry for replying late once again.

I think you can easily check language version of the files using the following script. You will need filever.exe 5.0.2134.1. Download and copy it to your %systemroot%\system32 folder. After that unpack UURollup-v10 and run this script inside it:

FOR /F %%I IN ('DIR/A-D/B/S *.*') DO (
IF EXIST %systemroot%\system32\%%~nI%%~xI (
FOR /F "tokens=4" %%J IN ('filever.exe "%%I"') DO (
FOR /F "tokens=4" %%K IN ('filever.exe "%systemroot%\system32\%%~nI%%~xI"') DO (
IF "%%J"=="%%K" ECHO>>files.txt %%~nI%%~xI %%J
)
)
)
)

It will list all files from %systemroot%\system32 in your system which have got the same language version as the ones included in UURollup. By doing so we'll know which files can be used directly in the Italian Windows. Of course it's not a perfect method as it only checks files from one folder but still I think it's the best one to start with as many files can be excluded thanks to it. After that it will be necessary to check the rest of them and translate the ones that don't match (In the past I used to use PE Explorer to translate files but I think there must be a more efficient method though...).

Anyway, please first run the script and post the results :)

@acus

There's a bug in the .NET 2.0 installer. I'll fix it as soon as possible. I want to work on the .NET 1.1 installer first. Good news is that the .NET 1.0 installer is almost ready. I hope I'll be able to upload a final version shortly. I've also managed to prepare test versions of .NET 3.0 and 3.5. You can find them in the download archive. They require UURollup-v10 to be present in the system before installation.

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I've just uploaded the final versions of .NET 1.0 and 1.1 installers. They should install and uninstall 100% properly now. As always, I'll be very thankful for testing them.

netfx10_20120630.052857.7z

netfx11_20120630.052857.7z

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Hi tomasz,

ive downloaded filever.exe & put it in sistem32.

i've created testver.cmd with your script code & i´ve put it in Windows 2000-UURollup-v10-x86-ENU & run it but... heck ! :huh:

i haven't a single flie in sistem32 that match the files conteined in Windows 2000-UURollup-v10-x86-ENU

is that possible?

i haven't thoroughly analyzed the loop logic in your batch / cmd but it seems to be correct... did you ever tried it on your machine?

I've created the files.txt in sistem32 dir but it remain untouched explorer says 0 kb

waiting Acknowledgement...

waiting Acknowledgement...

waiting Acknowledgement... ... :yes:

regards,

hackeronte

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I hope you meant "system32" not "sistem32"...? Of course I tested the script here! I wouldn't have uploaded it if I hadn't ;)

Let's do it like this:

1) First of all, unpack UURollup-v10 to a path with no spaces, ex. "D:\Windows 2000-UURollup-v10-x86-ENU".

2) Copy filever.exe to %systemroot%\sYstem32.

3) Try running this in the "D:\Windows 2000-UURollup-v10-x86-ENU":

filever.exe kernel32.dll>files.txt
FOR /F "tokens=4" %%I IN ("kernel32.dll") DO ECHO>>files.txt %%I

What's the output? The file "files.txt" should be created in the UURollup directory, not in system32!

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I have just uploaded a merged installer for .NET Frameworks 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0, i.e. netfx101120. Even though three different .NETs are included it's still only 35 MB :whistle:

Edit: I've also added detailed information about the USP to the first post.

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hi tomasz,

Sorry about my orthographic error-mistake (in italian we write sistema) :blushing: : Yes, of course i did mean system32 :yes: !

1) First of all, unpack UURollup-v10 to a path with no spaces, ex. "D:\Windows 2000-UURollup-v10-x86-ENU".

I have unpacked UUR-v10 in E:\W2KUU10ENU

2) Copy filever.exe to %systemroot%\sYstem32.

Done!

3) Try running this in the "D:\Windows 2000-UURollup-v10-x86-ENU":

filever.exe kernel32.dll>files.txt

FOR /F "tokens=4" %%I IN ("kernel32.dll") DO ECHO>>files.txt %%I

What's the output? The file "files.txt" should be created in the UURollup directory, not in system32!

it Works like a charm I think the problem were spaces in the path

this is the output of testver1.cmd

--a-- W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.7154 shp 764,688 12-04-2011 kernel32.dll

and this is the output of testver.cmd (original version):

ATL80.dll ENU

atl90.dll ENU

atmfd.dll ENU

bootvid.dll ENU

comct232.ocx ENU

comct332.ocx ENU

comctl32.dll ENU

comctl32.ocx ENU

comdlg32.ocx ENU

cscript.exe ENU

csrsrv.dll ENU

DBGHELP.dll ENU

dblist32.ocx ENU

dispex.dll ENU

dnsapi.dll ENU

gdiplus.dll ENU

HAL.DLL ENU

hhctrl.ocx ENU

iacenc.dll ENU

iccvid.dll ENU

IMAGEHLP.DLL ENU

jscript.dll ENU

kerberos.dll ENU

libeay32.dll ENU

libssl32.dll ENU

mci32.ocx ENU

mfc40.dll ENU

mfc40u.dll ENU

mfc42.dll ENU

mfc42u.dll ENU

mfc71.dll ENU

mfc71u.dll ENU

mfc80.dll ENU

mfc80u.dll ENU

mfc90.dll ENU

mfc90u.dll ENU

mfcm80.dll ENU

mfcm80u.dll ENU

mfcm90.dll ENU

mfcm90u.dll ENU

mscomct2.ocx ENU

mscomctl.ocx ENU

mscomm32.ocx ENU

msdatgrd.ocx ENU

msdatlst.ocx ENU

msexcl40.dll -

msflxgrd.ocx ENU

msftedit.dll -

mshflxgd.ocx ENU

msinet.ocx ENU

msjet40.dll -

msmask32.ocx ENU

msrd2x40.dll -

msstdfmt.dll ENU

msstkprp.dll ENU

msvbvm60.dll ENU

msvcirt.dll ENU

msvcm80.dll ENU

msvcm90.dll ENU

msvcp60.dll ENU

msvcp71.dll ENU

msvcp80.dll ENU

msvcp90.dll ENU

msvcr70.dll ENU

msvcr71.dll ENU

msvcr80.dll ENU

msvcr90.dll ENU

msvcrt.dll ENU

mswinsck.ocx ENU

msxml3.dll -

oleaut32.dll ENU

picclp32.ocx ENU

psapi.dll ENU

riched20.dll -

richtx32.ocx ENU

rpcrt4.dll ENU

schannel.dll ENU

scrobj.dll ENU

scrrun.dll ENU

spmsg.dll ENU

spupdsvc.exe ENU

srvsvc.dll ENU

ssleay32.dll ENU

sysinfo.ocx ENU

t2embed.dll ENU

tabctl32.ocx ENU

USP10.DLL ENU

vbscript.dll ENU

vcomp.dll ENU

vcomp90.dll ENU

winhttp.dll ENU

ws2_32.dll ENU

wscript.exe ENU

wshcon.dll ENU

wshext.dll ENU

wshom.ocx ENU

WTSAPI32.dll ENU

ONLY 5 (five) !!!

msexcl40.dll -

msftedit.dll -

msjet40.dll -

msrd2x40.dll -

msxml3.dll -

Are Italian language versions Am i correct ?

So, what's next ? To find ITA version of the ENUs, or to translate them all to ITA ?

Regards,

hackeronte

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Actually, "-" stands for "Language Neutral" ;)

The script did its job. It listed multilanguage / language neutral files. Now, could you run this one (also from the UURollup folder)?

@ECHO OFF
IF NOT EXIST FILES MD FILES
IF EXIST files.txt DEL/Q files.txt
FOR /F %%I IN ('DIR/B *.ttc *.ttf *.sys *.ocx') DO (
ECHO %%I -
ECHO>>files.txt %%I -
)
MOVE *.ttc FILES\ >NUL
MOVE *.ttf FILES\ >NUL
MOVE *.sys FILES\ >NUL
MOVE *.ocx FILES\ >NUL
FOR /F %%I IN ('DIR/A-D/B/S *.*') DO (
IF EXIST %systemroot%\system32\%%~nI%%~xI (
FOR /F "tokens=4" %%J IN ('filever.exe %%I') DO (
FOR /F "tokens=4" %%K IN ('filever.exe %systemroot%\system32\%%~nI%%~xI') DO (
IF "%%J"=="%%K" (
ECHO %%~nI%%~xI %%J
ECHO>>files.txt %%~nI%%~xI %%J
MOVE %%I FILES\
) ELSE (
ECHO %%~nI%%~xI %%K
ECHO>>files.txt %%~nI%%~xI %%K
)
)
)
)
)

It will move most of the "compatible" files to a folder "FILES" (and also list all files with their language version in files.txt). By compatible I mean files that do not require translation.

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Hi tomasz

i've created movcmpt.cmd & the output is in files.txt :thumbup !

msgothic.ttc -

msmincho.ttc -

ANDALEMO.TTF -

ARIAL.TTF -

ARIALBD.TTF -

ARIALBI.TTF -

ARIALI.TTF -

ARIALN.TTF -

ARIALNB.TTF -

ARIALNBI.TTF -

ARIALNI.TTF -

ariblk.ttf -

CALIBRI.TTF -

CALIBRIB.TTF -

CALIBRII.TTF -

CALIBRIZ.TTF -

CAMBRIAB.TTF -

CAMBRIAI.TTF -

CAMBRIAZ.TTF -

CANDARA.TTF -

CANDARAB.TTF -

CANDARAI.TTF -

CANDARAZ.TTF -

COMIC.TTF -

COMICBD.TTF -

CONSOLA.TTF -

CONSOLAB.TTF -

CONSOLAI.TTF -

CONSOLAZ.TTF -

CONSTAN.TTF -

CONSTANB.TTF -

CONSTANI.TTF -

CONSTANZ.TTF -

CORBEL.TTF -

CORBELB.TTF -

CORBELI.TTF -

CORBELZ.TTF -

COUR.TTF -

COURBD.TTF -

COURBI.TTF -

COURI.TTF -

GEORGIA.TTF -

GEORGIAB.TTF -

GEORGIAI.TTF -

GEORGIAZ.TTF -

GOTHIC.TTF -

GOTHICB.TTF -

GOTHICBI.TTF -

GOTHICI.TTF -

IMPACT.TTF -

LSANS.TTF -

LSANSD.TTF -

LSANSDI.TTF -

LSANSI.TTF -

LSANSUNI.TTF -

LUCON.TTF -

MICROSS.TTF -

OCRAEXT.TTF -

TAHOMA.TTF -

TAHOMABD.TTF -

TIMES.TTF -

TIMESBD.TTF -

TIMESBI.TTF -

TIMESI.TTF -

TREBUC.TTF -

TREBUCBD.TTF -

TREBUCBI.TTF -

TREBUCIT.TTF -

VERDANA.TTF -

VERDANAB.TTF -

VERDANAI.TTF -

VERDANAZ.TTF -

WEBDINGS.TTF -

hidclass.sys -

mouclass.sys -

mrxsmb.sys -

mup.sys -

ndproxy.sys -

rdbss.sys -

srv.sys -

tcpip.sys -

update.sys -

win32k.sys -

comct232.ocx -

comct332.ocx -

comctl32.ocx -

comdlg32.ocx -

dblist32.ocx -

hhctrl.ocx -

mci32.ocx -

mscomct2.ocx -

mscomctl.ocx -

mscomm32.ocx -

msdatgrd.ocx -

msdatlst.ocx -

msflxgrd.ocx -

mshflxgd.ocx -

msinet.ocx -

msmask32.ocx -

mswinsck.ocx -

picclp32.ocx -

richtx32.ocx -

sysinfo.ocx -

tabctl32.ocx -

wshom.ocx -

advapi32.dll ITA

ATL80.dll ENU

atl90.dll ENU

atmfd.dll ENU

bootvid.dll ENU

comctl32.dll ENU

crypt32.dll ITA

cryptui.dll ITA

cscript.exe ENU

csrsrv.dll ENU

DBGHELP.dll ENU

dispex.dll ENU

dnsapi.dll ENU

faxcover.exe ITA

the folder FILES contains

Directory di E:\W2KUU10ENU\FILES

30/06/2012 08:19p <DIR> .

30/06/2012 08:19p <DIR> ..

12/11/1998 08:18a 105,468 ANDALEMO.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 376,832 ARIAL.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 360,448 ARIALBD.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 226,748 ARIALBI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 207,808 ARIALI.TTF

09/03/2005 01:06p 135,716 ARIALN.TTF

09/03/2005 01:06p 140,296 ARIALNB.TTF

09/03/2005 01:06p 139,308 ARIALNBI.TTF

09/03/2005 01:06p 142,420 ARIALNI.TTF

06/12/2008 05:53a 119,864 ariblk.ttf

16/11/2011 01:11p 97,280 ATL80.dll

03/02/2012 06:26p 159,048 atl90.dll

08/05/2011 04:29p 300,080 atmfd.dll

06/10/2011 07:35p 11,360 bootvid.dll

11/09/2006 12:12p 352,736 CALIBRI.TTF

11/09/2006 12:12p 351,544 CALIBRIB.TTF

11/09/2006 12:12p 362,524 CALIBRII.TTF

11/09/2006 12:12p 367,620 CALIBRIZ.TTF

26/09/2006 09:12p 331,916 CAMBRIAB.TTF

09/08/2006 02:14p 336,812 CAMBRIAI.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 326,024 CAMBRIAZ.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 161,644 CANDARA.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 164,904 CANDARAB.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 167,764 CANDARAI.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 165,928 CANDARAZ.TTF

23/03/2009 09:52p 170,080 comct232.ocx

23/03/2009 09:52p 415,552 comct332.ocx

21/05/2011 02:57p 557,840 comctl32.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 614,992 comctl32.ocx

23/03/2009 09:52p 155,984 comdlg32.ocx

14/04/2008 12:00p 127,596 COMIC.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 111,476 COMICBD.TTF

19/12/2005 12:27p 98,520 CONSOLA.TTF

19/12/2005 12:27p 100,436 CONSOLAB.TTF

19/12/2005 12:27p 104,144 CONSOLAI.TTF

19/12/2005 12:27p 110,268 CONSOLAZ.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 313,880 CONSTAN.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 317,724 CONSTANB.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 306,000 CONSTANI.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 313,044 CONSTANZ.TTF

30/06/2012 08:19p 0 contains.txt

09/08/2006 02:13p 205,016 CORBEL.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 210,788 CORBELB.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 209,852 CORBELI.TTF

09/08/2006 02:13p 217,308 CORBELZ.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 311,296 COUR.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 312,920 COURBD.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 236,148 COURBI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 245,032 COURI.TTF

09/05/2008 05:45p 135,168 cscript.exe

20/02/2011 01:04p 35,088 csrsrv.dll

01/02/2001 10:00p 446,976 DBGHELP.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 222,528 dblist32.ocx

14/04/2008 09:00p 32,768 dispex.dll

21/03/2012 10:55a 139,024 dnsapi.dll

05/07/2010 08:47p 804 eula.txt

30/06/2012 07:56p 1,822 files.txt

10/02/2012 12:43a 1,748,992 gdiplus.dll

14/04/2008 12:00p 155,068 GEORGIA.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 141,032 GEORGIAB.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 157,388 GEORGIAI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 159,736 GEORGIAZ.TTF

12/11/1998 12:00a 137,568 GOTHIC.TTF

12/11/1998 12:00a 129,676 GOTHICB.TTF

12/11/1998 12:00a 139,084 GOTHICBI.TTF

12/11/1998 12:00a 148,520 GOTHICI.TTF

15/05/2012 09:14p 102,112 HAL.DLL

23/07/2007 04:30p 545,280 hhctrl.ocx

25/10/2011 02:17p 36,864 hidclass.sys

11/01/2012 08:05p 3,072 iacenc.dll

02/10/2010 07:04p 110,592 iccvid.dll

01/02/2001 10:00p 127,488 IMAGEHLP.DLL

14/04/2008 12:00p 137,448 IMPACT.TTF

28/10/2011 05:06p 726,528 jscript.dll

07/12/2011 11:54p 215,824 kerberos.dll

10/05/2012 01:10p 1,178,112 libeay32.dll

10/05/2012 01:10p 265,216 libssl32.dll

26/06/2007 11:42a 58,740 LSANS.TTF

26/06/2007 11:42a 54,320 LSANSD.TTF

26/06/2007 11:42a 60,664 LSANSDI.TTF

26/06/2007 11:42a 59,636 LSANSI.TTF

31/08/2006 12:47a 323,980 LSANSUNI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 131,072 LUCON.TTF

23/03/2009 09:52p 215,880 mci32.ocx

18/09/2010 01:53a 954,368 mfc40.dll

18/09/2010 01:53a 953,856 mfc40u.dll

22/11/2011 09:44a 978,944 mfc42.dll

22/11/2011 09:44a 974,848 mfc42u.dll

13/01/2011 04:19a 1,060,864 mfc71.dll

13/01/2011 04:36a 1,054,208 mfc71u.dll

16/11/2011 03:01p 1,105,920 mfc80.dll

16/11/2011 03:01p 1,093,632 mfc80u.dll

03/02/2012 06:26p 3,767,624 mfc90.dll

03/02/2012 06:26p 3,782,984 mfc90u.dll

16/11/2011 08:40p 69,632 mfcm80.dll

16/11/2011 08:30p 57,856 mfcm80u.dll

03/02/2012 06:27p 59,904 mfcm90.dll

03/02/2012 06:27p 59,904 mfcm90u.dll

14/04/2008 12:00p 461,672 MICROSS.TTF

26/10/2011 09:48a 22,144 mouclass.sys

15/05/2011 11:08p 420,400 mrxsmb.sys

23/03/2009 09:52p 659,264 mscomct2.ocx

03/11/2011 10:13p 1,070,352 mscomctl.ocx

23/03/2009 09:52p 119,616 mscomm32.ocx

23/03/2009 09:52p 278,352 msdatgrd.ocx

23/03/2009 09:52p 252,240 msdatlst.ocx

25/06/2008 01:51p 304,152 msexcl40.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 258,880 msflxgrd.ocx

11/05/2009 08:36a 539,136 msftedit.dll

08/12/2006 04:53p 9,165,480 msgothic.ttc

23/03/2009 09:52p 443,488 mshflxgd.ocx

23/03/2009 09:52p 136,008 msinet.ocx

25/06/2008 01:51p 1,520,664 msjet40.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 178,512 msmask32.ocx

08/12/2006 04:53p 10,056,872 msmincho.ttc

25/06/2008 10:21a 287,768 msrd2x40.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 129,872 msstdfmt.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 107,840 msstkprp.dll

02/11/2011 11:41p 1,426,944 msvbvm60.dll

07/02/2012 07:12p 56,832 msvcirt.dll

16/11/2011 08:32p 479,232 msvcm80.dll

03/02/2012 06:27p 225,280 msvcm90.dll

14/04/2008 05:42a 413,696 msvcp60.dll

02/02/2007 01:13p 503,808 msvcp71.dll

16/11/2011 01:09p 548,864 msvcp80.dll

03/02/2012 06:26p 569,680 msvcp90.dll

31/01/2007 01:04p 339,968 msvcr70.dll

02/02/2007 10:11a 344,064 msvcr71.dll

16/11/2011 01:09p 626,688 msvcr80.dll

03/02/2012 06:26p 653,136 msvcr90.dll

07/02/2012 06:47p 349,184 msvcrt.dll

25/09/2009 09:32a 126,800 mswinsck.ocx

14/06/2010 03:41a 1,172,480 msxml3.dll

02/12/2004 10:07p 89,328 mup.sys

31/01/2011 04:38p 42,448 ndproxy.sys

25/06/2001 12:00a 55,400 OCRAEXT.TTF

08/12/2011 08:46p 631,056 oleaut32.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 100,160 picclp32.ocx

31/03/2012 03:17p 20,480 psapi.dll

16/02/2010 01:28p 170,800 rdbss.sys

03/10/2008 03:46p 433,664 riched20.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 218,432 richtx32.ocx

17/04/2012 06:31p 442,880 rpcrt4.dll

16/11/2011 03:20p 152,064 schannel.dll

09/05/2008 07:45p 180,224 scrobj.dll

09/05/2008 07:45p 172,032 scrrun.dll

20/01/2012 06:46p 17,272 spmsg.dll

01/12/2006 12:03p 22,752 spupdsvc.exe

27/08/2011 01:08a 260,784 srv.sys

26/11/2011 06:12p 92,432 srvsvc.dll

10/05/2012 01:10p 265,216 ssleay32.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 80,208 sysinfo.ocx

11/11/2010 08:53p 168,720 t2embed.dll

23/03/2009 09:52p 221,504 tabctl32.ocx

14/04/2008 12:00p 383,804 TAHOMA.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 355,680 TAHOMABD.TTF

06/10/2011 07:19p 324,624 tcpip.sys

14/04/2008 12:00p 409,600 TIMES.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 398,372 TIMESBD.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 239,692 TIMESBI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 248,368 TIMESI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 134,108 TREBUC.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 131,072 TREBUCBD.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 131,188 TREBUCBI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 139,288 TREBUCIT.TTF

17/05/2012 01:53p 885,120 update.sys

20/07/2010 10:39a 502,784 USP10.DLL

04/03/2011 03:35p 420,864 vbscript.dll

16/11/2011 03:15p 65,536 vcomp.dll

03/02/2012 06:26p 51,024 vcomp90.dll

14/04/2008 12:00p 171,792 VERDANA.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 137,616 VERDANAB.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 155,076 VERDANAI.TTF

14/04/2008 12:00p 154,800 VERDANAZ.TTF

10/07/1998 12:00a 118,752 WEBDINGS.TTF

04/12/2011 02:27a 1,670,896 win32k.sys

16/11/2011 03:20p 354,816 winhttp.dll

06/10/2011 07:17p 84,240 ws2_32.dll

08/05/2008 08:24p 155,648 wscript.exe

14/04/2008 09:00p 36,864 wshcon.dll

09/05/2008 07:45p 90,112 wshext.dll

09/05/2008 07:45p 135,168 wshom.ocx

08/03/2012 09:32a 14,336 WTSAPI32.dll

183 File 81,825,066 byte

2 Directory 17,520,881,664 byte disponibili

So we have a lot of compatibles-neutral lang. files. That's encouraging, isn't it ;) ?

What's our next step, tomasz ?

regards,

hackeronte

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Hi Tomasz

Do you know if vista games for xp package that include Vista.Emulation.dll can work with the help of KDW / FCWIN2K on windows 2000 ?

in case it would possible can you explain me how to proceed?

thanks in advance

hackeronte

P.S.

I know this is out of topic but...I've asked to BlackWingCat in KWD topic but maybe he's too busy or is an old topic...i don't know, thanks...

i'm an addict to Mahjong Titans (Mahjong solitaire) aka Shangai

Playing Mahjong solitaire optimally in the sense to maximize the probability of removing all tiles is PSPACE-complete,

and the game gets NP-complete when peeking below tiles is allowed. A sample of 10,000,000 games with the default

layout, 'the turtle', which were analyzed in about 40 hours on a single processor thread, revealed that between 2.95

and 2.96 percent of the turtles cannot be solved even if peeking is allowed, but that is less than without peeking. (wikipedia)

best regards and whishes

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1. Could you now delete "files.txt" and re-run the script from #56? We'll be able to list the remaining files. And yes :yes:, most of the files included in UURollup-v10 should be multilanguage / language neutral.

2. Unfortunately I don't know anything about the games you're talking about :( Can you give me any link or more information where I can find them?

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Hi tomasz,

1) Here are the results:

ATL80.dll ENU

atl90.dll ENU

atmfd.dll ENU

bootvid.dll ENU

comct232.ocx ENU

comct332.ocx ENU

comctl32.dll ENU

comctl32.ocx ENU

comdlg32.ocx ENU

cscript.exe ENU

csrsrv.dll ENU

DBGHELP.dll ENU

dblist32.ocx ENU

dispex.dll ENU

dnsapi.dll ENU

gdiplus.dll ENU

HAL.DLL ENU

hhctrl.ocx ENU

iacenc.dll ENU

iccvid.dll ENU

IMAGEHLP.DLL ENU

jscript.dll ENU

kerberos.dll ENU

libeay32.dll ENU

libssl32.dll ENU

mci32.ocx ENU

mfc40.dll ENU

mfc40u.dll ENU

mfc42.dll ENU

mfc42u.dll ENU

mfc71.dll ENU

mfc71u.dll ENU

mfc80.dll ENU

mfc80u.dll ENU

mfc90.dll ENU

mfc90u.dll ENU

mfcm80.dll ENU

mfcm80u.dll ENU

mfcm90.dll ENU

mfcm90u.dll ENU

mscomct2.ocx ENU

mscomctl.ocx ENU

mscomm32.ocx ENU

msdatgrd.ocx ENU

msdatlst.ocx ENU

msflxgrd.ocx ENU

mshflxgd.ocx ENU

msinet.ocx ENU

msmask32.ocx ENU

msstdfmt.dll ENU

msstkprp.dll ENU

msvbvm60.dll ENU

msvcirt.dll ENU

msvcm80.dll ENU

msvcm90.dll ENU

msvcp60.dll ENU

msvcp71.dll ENU

msvcp80.dll ENU

msvcp90.dll ENU

msvcr70.dll ENU

msvcr71.dll ENU

msvcr80.dll ENU

msvcr90.dll ENU

msvcrt.dll ENU

mswinsck.ocx ENU

oleaut32.dll ENU

picclp32.ocx ENU

psapi.dll ENU

richtx32.ocx ENU

rpcrt4.dll ENU

schannel.dll ENU

scrobj.dll ENU

scrrun.dll ENU

spmsg.dll ENU

spupdsvc.exe ENU

srvsvc.dll ENU

ssleay32.dll ENU

sysinfo.ocx ENU

t2embed.dll ENU

tabctl32.ocx ENU

USP10.DLL ENU

vbscript.dll ENU

vcomp.dll ENU

vcomp90.dll ENU

winhttp.dll ENU

ws2_32.dll ENU

wscript.exe ENU

wshcon.dll ENU

wshext.dll ENU

wshom.ocx ENU

WTSAPI32.dll ENU

msexcl40.dll -

msftedit.dll -

msjet40.dll -

msrd2x40.dll -

msxml3.dll -

riched20.dll -

Just a fews files are neutral lang this time :}

what's next ?

2) here a link for Vista games for XP (but if you search with google or isohunt is not difficult to find more infos)

I've tried them on XP and it works perfectly

On windows 2000 pro display a MsgBox saying: unable to find the entry point procedure _vscwprintf in... ... msvcrt.dll

regards,

hackeronte

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1) I think there was a misunderstanding. Could you please start from the beginning (unpack the Rollup once again, etc.), run the script from #62 and after that make a list of all files from the UURollup directory EXCEPT the ones which have been moved to the "FILES" folder.?

2) I've tried to run the game but even after fixing all the dependencies there was still an error on startup. Unfortunately I don't think I can help you more in this case :}

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Hi tomasz

2) no problem at all, at least they work on XP pro :D so i'll continue tu use them on that O.S. Thanks for your kindness, tomasz :)

1) let me understand well:

A] i've unpacked once again UURU

B] i've run testver.cmd

C] now the tricky parrt:

(Do you want that i compare the content of FILES with the content of W2KUU10ENU &

make a list of all files from the UURollup directory EXCEPT the ones which have been moved to the "FILES)

D] I've created a folder LIST & i've copied all the files from W2KUU10ENU

EXCEPT the ones which have been moved to the "FILES

Here is the list

26/11/2011 12:05a 419,600 advapi32.dll

23/09/2010 10:56p 340,240 asp.dll

27/01/2012 02:32a 139,016 atl100.dll

26/08/2006 02:17p 86,016 atl70.dll

13/01/2011 03:53a 90,112 atl71.dll

14/02/2012 06:00a 325,376 autoitx3.dll

06/10/2011 07:35p 11,360 bootvid.dll

17/04/2012 11:42a 30,208 clip.exe

20/03/2012 03:37p 538,112 crypt32.dll

14/04/2008 05:41a 512,512 cryptui.dll

09/05/2012 03:11a 2,288,181 cygwin1.dll

01/02/2001 10:00p 773,120 DBGENG.DLL

14/01/2012 03:26p 5,149 empty.cat

17/04/2011 12:26a 305,424 explorer.exe

11/02/2011 03:22p 229,888 faxcover.exe

01/05/2011 05:49p 1,053,456 fontext.dll

15/05/2012 09:12p 88,832 halaacpi.dll

15/05/2012 09:12p 73,504 halacpi.dll

15/05/2012 09:12p 98,880 halapic.dll

15/05/2012 09:14p 155,616 halborg.dll

15/05/2012 09:12p 92,928 halmacpi.dll

15/05/2012 09:12p 100,352 halmps.dll

15/05/2012 09:14p 75,744 halsp.dll

24/03/2004 12:46a 502 hfsecper.inf

17/03/2004 09:50p 502 hfsecupd.inf

21/08/2009 07:10p 321,888 html32.cnv

25/09/2010 03:08a 248,080 infocomm.dll

27/11/2011 12:45a 90,896 iphlpapi.dll

29/01/2011 11:32p 74,512 isign32.dll

04/12/2011 06:40a 764,688 kernel32.dll

30/03/2012 06:56p 155,136 kernelXP.dll

14/03/2008 04:21p 1,008,128 libiconv2.dll

06/05/2005 01:52p 103,424 libintl3.dll

12/10/2011 03:09a 4,033,440 libmmd.dll

03/04/2012 04:11p 138,752 libpng15.dll

07/12/2011 07:55p 520,464 lsasrv.dll

14/01/2012 10:23a 22,288 mciseq.dll

05/05/2012 11:57p 4,400,392 mfc100.dll

05/05/2012 11:57p 4,425,480 mfc100u.dll

26/08/2006 03:07p 1,024,000 mfc70.dll

26/08/2006 03:28p 1,017,344 mfc70u.dll

27/01/2012 03:40a 82,696 mfcm100.dll

27/01/2012 03:40a 82,704 mfcm100u.dll

16/04/2007 09:44p 54,032 mpr.dll

14/04/2008 05:42a 169,984 msconfig.exe

21/08/2009 07:09p 119,816 msconv97.dll

17/12/2009 03:27a 343,040 mspaint.exe

21/01/2005 10:25a 54,784 msvci70.dll

27/01/2012 02:32a 422,160 msvcp100.dll

05/01/2002 08:40p 487,424 msvcp70.dll

27/01/2012 02:32a 774,416 msvcr100.dll

24/07/1993 10:31a 210,944 msvcrt10.dll

25/11/2009 05:16p 187,392 mswrd6.wpc

25/11/2009 05:11p 187,392 mswrd632.wpc

21/12/2010 08:51a 279,552 mswrd8.wpc

31/08/2009 05:41p 215,896 mswrd832.cnv

07/01/2009 04:20p 23,552 normaliz.dll

14/04/2008 05:42a 69,120 notepad.exe

18/02/2007 05:00a 47,772 NTDETECT.COM

28/11/2011 07:12p 531,728 ntdll.dll

01/02/2012 10:33p 1,961,024 ntkrnlmp.exe

16/02/2012 10:34p 1,960,096 ntkrnlpa.exe

01/02/2012 10:39p 1,982,336 ntkrpamp.exe

18/02/2007 05:00a 297,072 NTLDR

08/05/2012 12:25a 1,937,376 ntoskrnl.exe

26/10/2006 01:24p 957,712 ole32.dll

01/10/2011 08:16a 109,144 openal32.dll

18/11/2011 01:41p 60,416 packager.exe

01/05/2011 11:31a 20,752 plustab.dll

06/12/2011 03:21p 49,424 reg.exe

06/10/2011 07:14p 402,704 samsrv.dll

12/03/2012 05:34a 8,882 scripten.inf

30/08/2006 07:06p 14,132 SERVICES

17/03/2012 12:29p 592,896 setupapi.dll

05/05/2012 01:58p 2,410,496 shell32.dll

08/09/2008 12:48p 132,096 sndrec32.exe

20/01/2012 06:46p 231,288 spuninst.exe

01/12/2006 12:03p 22,752 spupdsvc.exe

17/04/2012 11:34a 69,632 takeown.exe

25/01/2011 05:47p 87,040 taskkill.exe

25/01/2011 05:47p 88,064 tasklist.exe

30/04/2011 10:34p 416,528 user32.dll

27/03/2012 11:39a 396,560 userenv.dll

27/01/2012 03:40a 51,984 vcomp100.dll

14/01/2012 10:23a 189,200 winmm.dll

19/09/2010 11:28p 245,520 WINSRV.DLL

12/07/2010 07:55a 218,112 wordpad.exe

15/06/2011 06:29p 6,884 wordpad.inf

01/10/2011 08:16a 445,016 wrap_oal.dll

25/11/2009 05:16p 89,600 write.wpc

25/11/2009 05:11p 89,600 write32.wpc

26/06/2001 02:55p 8,847 wscript.hlp

13/04/2008 11:09p 689,152 xpsp3res.dll

12/07/2010 07:53a 5,120 xpsp4res.dll

19/07/2010 12:22a 100,352 zlib1.dll

moreover i've run testver.cmd ( #62 script ) in LIST folder

here the result:

bootvid.dll ENU

spupdsvc.exe ENU :huh:

P.S.

I´v read your Firefox 13+ in Windows 2000 post on MozillaLine. Do you think the installer could work using

Windows2000-UURollup-v3a-x86-Global.exe?

Thanks again

regards

hackeronte

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Great :thumbup

At the moment you can ignore all files from the FILES directory as they are compatible with your system. The ones present in LIST are the problem. I'll give you more details later but I can say for sure that:

  • atl100.dll
    atl70.dll
    atl71.dll
    autoitx3.dll
    clip.exe
    cygwin1.dll
    empty.cat
    hfsecper.inf
    hfsecupd.inf
    kernelXP.dll
    libiconv2.dll
    libintl3.dll
    libmmd.dll
    libpng15.dll
    mfc100.dll
    mfc100u.dll
    mfc70.dll
    mfc70u.dll
    mfcm100.dll
    mfcm100u.dll
    msvci70.dll
    msvcp100.dll
    msvcp70.dll
    msvcr100.dll
    msvcrt10.dll
    NTDETECT.COM
    NTLDR
    scripten.inf
    SERVICES
    takeown.exe
    taskkill.exe
    tasklist.exe
    vcomp100.dll
    zlib1.dll
    spupdsvc.exe

can be moved to FILES too.

Edit: Firefox will not work with UURollup (Global).

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Hi tomasz

OK already done

awaiting for details... B)

regards,

hackeronte

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Please provide a list of files left in LIST.

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Hi tomasz

this is the list of LIST folder :yes:

advapi32.dll

asp.dll

atl100.dll

atl70.dll

atl71.dll

autoitx3.dll

bootvid.dll

clip.exe

crypt32.dll

cryptui.dll

cygwin1.dll

DBGENG.DLL

empty.cat

explorer.exe

faxcover.exe

fontext.dll

halaacpi.dll

halacpi.dll

halapic.dll

halborg.dll

halmacpi.dll

halmps.dll

halsp.dll

hfsecper.inf

hfsecupd.inf

html32.cnv

infocomm.dll

iphlpapi.dll

isign32.dll

kernel32.dll

kernelXP.dll

libiconv2.dl

libintl3.dll

libmmd.dll

libpng15.dll

lsasrv.dll

mciseq.dll

mfc100.dll

mfc100u.dll

mfc70.dll

mfc70u.dll

mfcm100.dll

mfcm100u.dll

mpr.dll

msconfig.exe

msconv97.dll

mspaint.exe

msvci70.dll

msvcp100.dll

msvcp70.dll

msvcr100.dll

msvcrt10.dll

mswrd6.wpc

mswrd632.wpc

mswrd8.wpc

mswrd832.cnv

normaliz.dll

notepad.exe

NTDETECT.COM

ntdll.dll

ntkrnlmp.exe

ntkrnlpa.exe

ntkrpamp.exe

NTLDR

ntoskrnl.exe

ole32.dll

openal32.dll

packager.exe

plustab.dll

reg.exe

samsrv.dll

scripten.inf

SERVICES

setupapi.dll

shell32.dll

sndrec32.exe

spuninst.exe

spupdsvc.exe

takeown.exe

taskkill.exe

tasklist.exe

user32.dll

userenv.dll

vcomp100.dll

winmm.dll

WINSRV.DLL

wordpad.exe

wordpad.inf

wrap_oal.dll

write.wpc

write32.wpc

wscript.hlp

xpsp3res.dll

xpsp4res.dll

zlib1.dll

Regards

hackeronte

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The new list seems to be the same as the one from #68. Have you really moved the ones listed in #69? :unsure:

I meant to move them from LIST to FILES.

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I have just uploaded a merged installer for .NET Frameworks 1.0-1.1-2.0-3.0-3.5. It requires UURollup-v10 (ENU) or newer.

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Hi Tomasz,

http://ge.tt/1zN1BzJ/v/0?c

I tried 2 files: netfx101120_20120701.014506.7z & netfx1011203035_20120703.231610.7z.

second one refuse to unistall, I uploaded log files & screenshot

Regards

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