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ouch ... a newer keyboard and mouse is USB so it they get LEGACY treatment in the bios ... a true legacy kb and mouse is PS/2, so they don't need legacy ... bios speak for opposite-day

I've put together all files except for 5

here's my HFSLIP folder

hf\            directx_Jun2010-W2KFP_redist.exe                                   63,811,856
hf\ IE6.0SP1-KB2722913-WINDOWS2000-X86-ENU.EXE 4,406,552
hf\ IE6.0sp1-KB302224-x86-ENU.exe 257,792
hf\ IE6.0sp1-KB834158-x86-ENU.exe 1,396,992
hf\ ie6.0sp1-kb885258-windows-2000-xp-x86-enu.exe 546,568
hf\ IE6.0sp1-KB893627-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe 580,360
hf\ IE6.0sp1-KB900732-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe 533,256
hf\ IE6.0sp1-KBz2544521-v2-Windows2000-x86-Global.exe 803,328
hf\ Mdac_typ.exe 6,100,504
hf\ MDAC281-KB927779-v2-x86-ENU.exe 1,973,760
hf\ MDAC281-KB954920-v2-x86-Global.exe 923,136
hf\ MDAC281-KB983838-x86-ENU.exe 1,274,208
hf\ MDAC281-UU-HBR-KB950982-KB960071-KB961451-x86-Global.exe 899,072
hf\ MPSetup.exe 13,951,112
hf\ msxml4-KB2721691-enu.exe 2,053,704
hf\ msxml6-KB2721693-enu-x86.exe 958,536
hf\ OE6.0sp1-UU-KB978542-KB2423089-KB2544893-Windows2000-x86-ENU.exe 2,421,248
hf\ q331485.exe 160,384
hf\ q816362.exe 107,136
hf\ q824220.exe 117,888
hf\ Q830849.exe 681,728
hf\ w2ksp51.exe 219,932,672
hf\ Windows2000-DirectX9-UU-KBz2631813-x86-ENU.exe 1,155,278
hf\ Windows2000-KB2483185-x86-custom-ENU.EXE 585,232
hf\ Windows2000-KB941569-x86-ENU.EXE 2,432,560
hf\ Windows2000-UpdateRollup2-SrvExt-v2-x86-ENU.exe 5,756,443
hf\ Windows2000-UpdateRollup2-x86-ENU.exe 48,821,760
hf\ Windows2000-UU-KB968006-x86-Global.exe 1,274,880
hf\ Windows2000-UURollup-v10c-x86-ENU.exe 50,467,760
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB954155-x86-ENU.exe 768,392
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB975025-v2-x86-ENU.exe 651,656
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB975558-x86-Global.exe 831,488
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB978695-x86-ENU.exe 1,204,128
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KBz2115168-x86-Global.exe 548,864
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KBz2378111-x86-Global.exe 2,312,192
hf\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia9-KB973540-x86-ENU.exe 2,196,360
hf\ WindowsMedia-KB911564-x86-ENU.exe 611,592
hf\ WindowsMedia41-KB952068-x86-ENU.exe 1,501,072
hf\ WindowsMedia41-KB980858-v2-x86-ENU.exe 700,304
hf\ WindowsMedia6-KB925398-v2-x86-ENU.exe 797,088
hf\ WindowsMedia64-KB954600-x86-ENU.exe 1,373,584
hf\ WindowsMedia64-KB974112-x86-ENU.exe 598,920
hf\ WindowsMedia9-KB891122-x86-Global-ENU.exe 4,761,352
hf\ WindowsMedia9-KB969878-x86-ENU.exe 663,440
hf\ wmp6cdcs.exe 1,324,824
hfaao\ Kels_Runtimes_addon_v8.4.2.rar 5,803,238
hfaao\ NETFX11.cab 14,171,916
hfaao\ NETFX20.cab 21,955,670
hfaao\ tomasz86-YumeYao_WIC_Addon_1_2_0.7z 684,816
hfaao\ YumeYao_MicrosoftOldRuntimeLibraries_Addon_1_0_0.7z 1,151,861
hfcabs\ Swflash.cab 4,573,114
hfguirunonce\ UPHClean-Setup.msi 336,896
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-KB829884-v3-x86-Global.exe 504,320
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-KB896414-x86-ENU.EXE 589,800
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-UU-KB914783-KB974266-x86-ENU.exe 749,568
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-UU-KB926139-v2-x86-ENU.exe 1,841,152
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-UU-KBz2603381-x86-Global.exe 495,616
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB952069-x86-ENU.exe 3,564,944
hfsvcpack_sw1\ Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB977816-x86-ENU.exe 677,096
hfsvcpack_sw1\ windowsmedia-kb895181-x86-enu.exe 590,088
hfsvcpack_sw2\ q326912.exe 175,744
hfsvcpack_sw2\ windowsmedia9-kb817885-x86-enu.exe 225,928
hfsvcpack\ IE6.0sp1-KB834158-x86-ENU.reg 380
hfsvcpack\ IE6.0sp1-KB893627-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.reg 530
hftools\ 7ZA.EXE 587,776
hftools\ 7zG.exe 211,456
hftools\ boot.bin 2,048
hftools\ cdimage.EXE 110,080
hftools\ cmdow.exe 31,232
hftools\ Defrag.cmd 3,163
hftools\ EXTRACT.EXE 101,376
hftools\ filever.exe 12,800
hftools\ HFSLIP_POST_Defrag.cmd 486
hftools\ modifyPE.exe 8,636
hftools\ Rar.exe 298,496
hftools\ REG.EXE 49,424
hftools\ wget.exe 401,408

comparing the two lists, there are only a few exceptions

usbd.sys

usbhub.sys

usbser.sys

--edit-- can you provide a link?

HFSLIP_POST_getnewfiles_v3.cmd

edit--

--appears in 2 locations on your list ... I can't find where it's called in hfslip, or file checker, or 2k file checker ... is it run by hand?

--from this archive of TC76 http://users.telenet.be/tc76/hfslip/_extensions.html it generates a list of newly slipstreamed binaries (NEWBIN.TXT) useful for a nLite "keep list".

Windows2000-XP-2003-MSRDP52-x86-ENU.exe

--I'm just not having any luck finding this one

edit ... google lists endless dl$ sites ... all pointing to a mediafire page that doesn't exist anymore

--does this replace KB958470? --there a reg file in this thread re KB958470 (for people like me who are not using the "remote desktop thingie")

Windows2000-KB896414-x86-ENU (missing extension)

--this KB is listed twice, once with .EXE extension and once without

--probably just a mistake? or is the one without needed?

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I'm sorry that you had to wait so long for my answer :}

This is the first part of it (tomorrow I'll try to write the second one)

Windows2000-KB896414-x86-ENU (missing extension)

--this KB is listed twice, once with .EXE extension and once without

--probably just a mistake? or is the one without needed?

It's a mistake. I had the file unpacked and the one without an extensions was just a folder! You should ignore it.

Windows2000-XP-2003-MSRDP52-x86-ENU.exe

--I'm just not having any luck finding this one

edit ... google lists endless dl$ sites ... all pointing to a mediafire page that doesn't exist anymore

--does this replace KB958470? --there a reg file in this thread re KB958470 (for people like me who are not using the "remote desktop thingie")

It's not available at the moment but it should be ready to download tomorrow. Yes, MSRDP52 replaces KB958470. If you don't want to use MSRDP52 then you just can add the reg entry. I myself slipstream MSRDP52 just in case ;)

HFSLIP_POST_getnewfiles_v3.cmd

edit--

--appears in 2 locations on your list ... I can't find where it's called in hfslip, or file checker, or 2k file checker ... is it run by hand?

--from this archive of TC76 http://users.telenet.be/tc76/hfslip/_extensions.html it generates a list of newly slipstreamed binaries (NEWBIN.TXT) useful for a nLite "keep list".

You can get the file from Mimo's website: http://mimo.zxq.net/updatelist.htm#table6 and just put it in the HFSLIP's folder. It's not really crucial as the only role it plays is defragmenting sysoc.inf after HFSLIP's modifications.

Next part of the answer tomorrow (keep an eye on this post as I'm going to edit it).

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Glad you're back ... absolutely no hurries ... you've got your hands full ... the new 2k list looks great ... works fine on 98se with Firefox 2.0

EDIT -- did mimo pull file "HFSLIP_POST_getnewfiles_v3.cmd" from his website ... I don't see it there anymore. it would be easy to accidentally add a code char in a script that builds an inf, resulting the filename legal character box, and that the inf cleanup routine fixes that. I was thinking the filename box and the missing dll for flash might be related ... could also be related to inf cleanup.

You have your hands full ... I saw you are taking over Bristols list ... that hopefully is kind of settled down now so it shouldn't be too too much ... he did such a fantastic effort he did there getting it off the ground and in a groove!! I believe mostly things are going to evolve towards 7z compilations of hfslip-2-go, or hfslip with core files, and a few Rollups which can also be put in zips to setup file structure. My library for example allows patrons to download zip files, but not exes ... arghhh.

I went ahead and built a CD without the above and installed 2K experimental basis only

I used your directx_9c-W2KFP_redist.exe (14,172,944 b, cabs dated 06/23/11) instead of gaming dx

I added the reg file substitute for 958470 until MSRDP52 can be located

a few questions on running HFSLIP?

do I need to clear out old sourcess folder before running a new build? Iike chaning from gaming dx to standard dx

can you explain a little on the option to save or delete the *.CAT files from SVCPACK a little

I chose default delete

something about File Protection Services

for me file protection is by automatic image restore (there is no such thing as file protection by M$...)

any chance of dumping hfslip screen outputs to a text file? without hacking a ton of >> screendump.txt

maybe put hfslip in a wrapper and do screen dump from there ... just wondering out loud ... clueless

for example ... just before hfslip starts to build the iso, I get a line which says ... defragging ... /I386/sysoc.in_ file not found ... building iso

however, file the I386\sysoc.in_ is in hf\source ... it looks like sysoc.inf lists components ... mostly junk ... games etc.

I thought _getnewfiles_ generated a list of newly slipstreamed binaries ... and defrag compressed the inf and ini files? I finally found defrag.cmd on mimo site ... can you imagine my resourcefulness -- arghhh -- is there a smilie ... applies hammer to head!

Somewhere I saw a MS document ... a readme.txt on a CD iso or something ... arghhh memory fails ... which said that SP4 installs need to check USB 2.0 funcitonality, and they may need a reg fix ... now I can't find the darn thing ... I did find this re usbhub etc files ... from http://www.microsoft.com/china/whdc/connect/USB/USB2support.mspx

quote "The Windows 2000 Driver Stack for USB is different from Windows XP. To support USB 2.0 on Windows 2000, a parallel (new) driver stack is needed. This driver stack will consist of Usbport.sys, Usbhub20.sys and Usbehci.sys. A host controller-specific coinstaller (Hccoin.dll) will also be provided to ensure proper Windows Update installation in the Windows 2000 scenario."

a few questions about resulting system after installation

hardware is

core2duo with 2048 m ram

msi mobo with intel p43 ich10r chipset

msi video with geForce 7200 256m

bios has LAN turned off and SOUND turned off

edit -- hdd is old EIDE on IDE channel (so no questions about bios settings for SATA, ICHY, ACHY etc. ... yet)

no cards installed in PCI slots

(trying to isolate yellow-? I'm thinking turn on devices one by one, then make sure I've got the right driver, then try to slip drivers)

a funny hang occurs during the gui phase of install ... (as you know) install goes 1) blue dox screen to format hdd and copy files 2) reboot and start gui wizard 3) then add settings and key 4) then "Installing Components" section starts ... it's about 3 minutes total ... then Performing Final Tasks ... then remove CD and reboot to start

at about 75% way through the "Installing Compents" section, a message box pops up and installation stops ... keyboard intervention is required ... Enter for [OK} ... message is "A filename cannot contain any of [list illegal filename characters] characters."

EDIT 2 -- the hang occurs during Setup gui... Installing Components... Status: Completing configuration of Windows Media Player. The message box is red-(X) with title "Rename" quote "A filename cannot contain any of the following characters: \ / : * ? < > |" then [OK]-button to continue ... I'll try to post a pic of the status bar to show exactly where

Also, I don't remember seeing a message for installing .NetFx 1.1 ... copy of HFSLIP_LOG.ZIP attached (hopefully)

end edit

On Device Manager, there are 2 yellow-? (well, 3)

Other devices-?

1 -- PCI device-? I suspect is SM bus controller, ICH10R

2 -- Video controller-? which is to be expected

right away I'm running into question on 2000 and intel P43 and ICH10R ... do you have any experience ... should we use this thread? (ok by me ...) msi drivers are straight intel, and intel drivers are XP but they probably work fine in 2k (even though they expressly name 2000, ME, 98 as not covered systems)

.Net Framework 2.0 is listed as a component in control panel,

but .Net Framework 1.1 is not ...

is there an easy way to verify if it is installed?

when I double click on the Flash Player icon in Control Panel, a warning comes up ... "unable to locate DLL "UxTheme.dll" not in path"

chack out the PATH statement in the pic ... might need some cleanup ... pic is below

I added pics for AddRemove Components and Programs ... you would be better able to have a quick peek than me to see if everything looks like its all there

post-79406-0-85475200-1347602849_thumb.j

post-79406-0-21648400-1347602884_thumb.j

post-79406-0-14984900-1347602922_thumb.j

post-79406-0-89347900-1347602956_thumb.j

post-79406-0-03372400-1347637571_thumb.j

HFSLIP_LOG.ZIP

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This is my updated HFSLIP folder structure:

hfslip-1.7.10_beta_J_v10.cmd
HF\directx_Jun2010-W2KFP_redist.exe
HF\IE6.0SP1-KB2722913-WINDOWS2000-X86-ENU.EXE
HF\IE6.0sp1-KB302224-x86-ENU.exe
HF\IE6.0sp1-KB834158-x86-ENU.exe
HF\ie6.0sp1-kb885258-windows-2000-xp-x86-enu.exe
HF\IE6.0sp1-KB893627-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe
HF\IE6.0sp1-KB900732-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe
HF\IE6.0sp1-KBz2544521-v2-Windows2000-x86-Global.exe
HF\MDAC_TYP.exe
HF\MDAC281-KB927779-v2-x86-ENU.exe
HF\MDAC281-KB954920-v2-x86-Global.exe
HF\MDAC281-KB983838-x86-ENU.exe
HF\MDAC281-UU-HBR-KB950982-KB960071-KB961451-x86-Global.exe
HF\MPSetup.exe
HF\msxml4-KB2721691-enu.exe
HF\msxml6-KB2721693-enu-x86.exe
HF\OE6.0sp1-UU-KB978542-KB2423089-KB2544893-Windows2000-x86-ENU.exe
HF\q331485.exe
HF\q816362.exe
HF\q824220.exe
HF\Q830849.exe
HF\rvkroots.exe
HF\w2ksp51.exe
HF\Webfldrs-KB892211-v2-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-DirectX9-UU-KBz2631813-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-KB2483185-x86-custom-ENU.EXE
HF\WINDOWS2000-KB2570947-X86-CUSTOM-ENU.EXE
HF\Windows2000-KB941569-x86-ENU.EXE
HF\Windows2000-UpdateRollup2-SrvExt-v2-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-UpdateRollup2-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-UU-KB968006-x86-Global.exe
HF\Windows2000-UURollup-v10c-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia9-KB973540-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB954155-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB975025-v2-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB975558-x86-Global.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB978695-x86-ENU.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KBz2115168-x86-Global.exe
HF\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KBz2378111-x86-Global.exe
HF\WindowsMedia41-KB952068-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia41-KB980858-v2-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia64-KB954600-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia64-KB974112-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia6-KB925398-v2-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia9-KB891122-x86-Global-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia9-KB969878-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsMedia-KB911564-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsXP-KB2732052-x86-ENU.exe
HF\WindowsXP-KB2736233-x86-ENU.exe
HF\wmp6cdcs.exe
HFAAO\Kels_Runtimes_addon_v8.4.2.rar
HFAAO\NETFX11.cab
HFAAO\NETFX20.cab
HFAAO\tomasz86-YumeYao_WIC_Addon_1_2_0.7z
HFAAO\YumeYao_MicrosoftOldRuntimeLibraries_Addon_1_0_0.7z
HFCABS\SWFLASH.CAB
HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\reg.exe
HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\sc.exe
HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\usbd.sys
HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\usbhub.sys
HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\usbser.sys
HFGUIRUNONCE\UPHClean-Setup.msi
HFSVCPACK\IE6.0sp1-KB834158-x86-ENU.reg
HFSVCPACK\IE6.0sp1-KB893627-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.reg
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-KB829884-v3-x86-Global.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-KB896414-x86-ENU.EXE
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-UU-KB914783-KB974266-x86-ENU.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-UU-KB926139-v2-x86-ENU.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-UU-KBz2603381-x86-Global.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB952069-x86-ENU.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB977816-x86-ENU.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\Windows2000-XP-2003-MSRDP52-x86-ENU.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW1\windowsmedia-kb895181-x86-enu.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW2\q326912.exe
HFSVCPACK_SW2\windowsmedia9-kb817885-x86-enu.exe
HFTOOLS\7za.exe
HFTOOLS\7zG.exe
HFTOOLS\boot.bin
HFTOOLS\cdimage.EXE
HFTOOLS\cmdow.exe
HFTOOLS\Defrag.cmd
HFTOOLS\extract.exe
HFTOOLS\filever.exe
HFTOOLS\HFSLIP_POST_Defrag.cmd
HFTOOLS\HFSLIP_POST_getnewfiles_v3.cmd
HFTOOLS\modifyPE.exe
HFTOOLS\Rar.exe
HFTOOLS\reg.exe
HFTOOLS\wget.exe

EDIT -- did mimo pull file "HFSLIP_POST_getnewfiles_v3.cmd" from his website ... I don't see it there anymore. it would be easy to accidentally add a code char in a script that builds an inf, resulting the filename legal character box, and that the inf cleanup routine fixes that. I was thinking the filename box and the missing dll for flash might be related ... could also be related to inf cleanup.

You can get the script here: http://users.telenet.be/tc76/hfslip/_extensions.html

You have your hands full ... I saw you are taking over Bristols list ... that hopefully is kind of settled down now so it shouldn't be too too much ... he did such a fantastic effort he did there getting it off the ground and in a groove!! I believe mostly things are going to evolve towards 7z compilations of hfslip-2-go, or hfslip with core files, and a few Rollups which can also be put in zips to setup file structure. My library for example allows patrons to download zip files, but not exes ... arghhh.

As you've already seen, the Updates list is up and running at:

http://www.windows2000.tk/updates/

Please check the Changelog because there has been a BIG update :) and the layout is a little bit different. In the future I'm considering adding Update Rollup 2 / UURollup to the list but not now yet.

I used your directx_9c-W2KFP_redist.exe (14,172,944 b, cabs dated 06/23/11) instead of gaming dx

I added the reg file substitute for 958470 until MSRDP52 can be located

I'd suggest using the gaming version. Even if you don't play games there are many libraries which may be required by some programs, etc. I myself also don't really play any games but still always integrate the full package. MSRDP52 can now be downloaded from the Updates list.

do I need to clear out old sourcess folder before running a new build? Iike chaning from gaming dx to standard dx

SOURCESS is cleaned each time you run HFSLIP (the folder is deleted) so you shouldn't worry about it. In case of the SOURCE folder, it should contain a clean version of Win2k although you can of course use a one with a SP slipstreamed, so if you've integrated USP5.1 already then you needn't do it again. The file (w2ksp51.exe) in HF will be ignored by the script if the source already has it integrated.

can you explain a little on the option to save or delete the *.CAT files from SVCPACK a little

I chose default delete

something about File Protection Services

for me file protection is by automatic image restore (there is no such thing as file protection by M$...)

You don't need them. They are required when SFC is running and for WU because they contain digital signatures of the system files. The fact is that when using the unofficial updates SFC itself is pretty useless (because there are no signatures in the modified files), and WU must not be used at all so you can safely remove all .CAT files. Actually, SFC will be disabled in the next version of UURollup.

any chance of dumping hfslip screen outputs to a text file? without hacking a ton of >> screendump.txt

maybe put hfslip in a wrapper and do screen dump from there ... just wondering out loud ... clueless

for example ... just before hfslip starts to build the iso, I get a line which says ... defragging ... /I386/sysoc.in_ file not found ... building iso

however, file the I386\sysoc.in_ is in hf\source ... it looks like sysoc.inf lists components ... mostly junk ... games etc.

I thought _getnewfiles_ generated a list of newly slipstreamed binaries ... and defrag compressed the inf and ini files? I finally found defrag.cmd on mimo site ... can you imagine my resourcefulness -- arghhh -- is there a smilie ... applies hammer to head!

I don't know of any way to easily dump the output :} The script should generate a file called NEWBIN.txt where the newly added files will be listed.

hardware is

core2duo with 2048 m ram

msi mobo with intel p43 ich10r chipset

msi video with geForce 7200 256m

bios has LAN turned off and SOUND turned off

edit -- hdd is old EIDE on IDE channel (so no questions about bios settings for SATA, ICHY, ACHY etc. ... yet)

no cards installed in PCI slots

(trying to isolate yellow-? I'm thinking turn on devices one by one, then make sure I've got the right driver, then try to slip drivers)

Let's wait with the drivers until I finish the script which automatically adds new drivers to driver.cab ;)

EDIT 2 -- the hang occurs during Setup gui... Installing Components... Status: Completing configuration of Windows Media Player. The message box is red-(X) with title "Rename" quote "A filename cannot contain any of the following characters: \ / : * ? < > |" then [OK]-button to continue ... I'll try to post a pic of the status bar to show exactly where

You're the second person to report this problem. I can't reproduce it myself and still don't know what is the cause of it :huh: The problem may happen when integrating both UURollup and WMP9. Could you check if WMP9 works in the system after installation?

right away I'm running into question on 2000 and intel P43 and ICH10R ... do you have any experience ... should we use this thread? (ok by me ...) msi drivers are straight intel, and intel drivers are XP but they probably work fine in 2k (even though they expressly name 2000, ME, 98 as not covered systems)

You'll probably have to use the BlackWingCat's drivers. If it's not a problem, it'd be good to wait just a few days so that we can try to integrate the drivers using my script :)

.Net Framework 2.0 is listed as a component in control panel,

but .Net Framework 1.1 is not ...

is there an easy way to verify if it is installed?

.NET 1.1 is also installed, just not visible by default. You can open %systemroot%\inf\sysoc.inf and remove all "HIDE"'s from there. Then check the Control Panel again and it should be listed there. You can't uninstall it though so don't even try.

when I double click on the Flash Player icon in Control Panel, a warning comes up ... "unable to locate DLL "UxTheme.dll" not in path"

You can fix this by playing with file dependencies but is it really necessary? This applet is responsible for Flash settings in IE. Flash itself will still work OK without using it.

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I just read the thread for the HBR mini rollup

pointertovoid and bristols had already done the research etc. ... at first I thought maybe his computer was hanging when he pulled his USB modem because he had not included 843540

Everything which was included in the HBR Mini Rollup is now included in Update Rollup 2. 843540 is obsolete. You can safely forget about them.

there are various core files that HFSLIP needs

(like 7z, reg.exe, and other exe and reg files etc.)

they should just go ahead and be packed with the rest of HFSLIP

For example, if filever and reg.exe need special versions, that would save a lot of people a lot of hunting around.

Not all of the files are absolutely necessary. Some of them have been just added by me. Of course it would be easier if HFSLIP came with the required tools so that a user don't need to search for them himself.

1 instead of the 3 usbfiles (usbd.sys, usbhub.sys, usbser.sys)

(source unknown ... I assume are from HBR KB838417-Fix113582 ...)

why not just slip the 2 exe files that are included in the the download?

Windows2000-KB838417-x86-ENU.EXE, 377,336 b, 12/08/2004

Windows2000-KB838417-x86-ENU-Symbols.EXE, 65,528 b, 12/08/2004

(also, it looks like the usbser.sys might be 2kserver? -- in that case run the "latest" fileset from HBR 838417 -- see item 8 long post)

These three files don't come from these HBRs but rather from Update Rollup 1 !!! The problem with them is that the ones from the HBRs are buggy and the buggy files were included in USP5.1 so if you slipstream USP5.1 then the buggy files are added to your source. That's why it's necessary to separately add the three older ones so that HFSLIP will automatically copy them over the buggy files.

You can now download them from the Archive. They're located in the USP52 folder.

what do you use your as pre-intall env to manage your new hdds? I tried using my trusty dos Partition Magic 8.01,

but for the first time ever, it disallowed me from converting an active partiton with to a hidden one --

and that was when I was booting from dos, from the floppy! (yikes! I still use floppies!!)

Before I insert that drive into another system for backup, I want to know the new os won't kill the old os

I recommend Parted Magic. You can boot it from a CD or a USB flash disk (check YUMI to very easily add new images to the USB flash disk).

=4=server rollup

--Windows2000-UpdateRollup2-SrvExt-v2-x86-ENU.exe

do you include server rollup in your 2K builds? ... may as well build the 2k slip cd with server, even if server doesn't get installed

You don't need the Server extension for a Pro system. You can safely omit it, and do the same with the two Media Services updates.

=3=

--Windows2000-KB2483185-x86-custom-ENU.EXE

this file is on your spoiler list, but not on Bristols’ list

It's listed now but you will probably need to download it from the Archive.

=1=gurglemeyers final version

--w2ksp51

the majorgeeks version is 04/19/2006 22:43 EST(GMT-4 or -5) v.2195.21_final 219,932,672 b, md5 6a4e816c9e26fc44bb4b576de06da82d

on his page for 2k with nlite, Kurt Aust posts a “refresh” version http://www.msfn.org/...creation-guide/

07/14/06 06:44 EDT (GMT-4) v.2195.24_refresh 291,898,368 b, md5 b86f9385cbf2fbd3053492fd00cfa598

majorgeeks site has ~99k downloads -- stick with the final (majorgeeks April 06) version, per your screenshot

I'll need to check this.

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--2 versions of USP51re version dl from majorgeeks and softpedia, versus version dl from Kurt Aust's 2K guide

KA's page has a Section 6 for the difference between the two versions. (His version has to be recombined from his 3-part 7zip.)

for the later version, Gurglemeyer added 3 patches

▼ Hotfix\010-Windows2000-KB913580-x86-ENU.exe 5,470,696

▼ Hotfix\015-Windows2000-KB914388-x86-ENU.exe 618,472

▼ Hotfix\055-Windows2000-KB917537-x86-ENU.exe 626,152

These are already included in your UU-10c rollup.

KA also gives links to both the Softpedia and Majorgeeks dl sites. Together these two sites have almost 175,000 copies of his update out there.

It's fantastic to learn that I can slipstream USP51 and then use the resulting fileset as an install source for subsequent builds using TZ rollups

--basic question--there are two ways to build a platform for your UU rollups and patches, per your dropdown list

my question is, as platform for UU rollups, would MS SP4 CD slipstreamed with

1) USP51 (for 891861-v2 update rollup 1v2) and

2) usbd.sys, usbhub.sys, usbser.sys (thanks for posting them ... usb must have been a lot of work to dig out)

(~220 meg)

would that be the same as the same original MS SP4 source CD slipstreamed with

1) M$ update rollup 1v2 KB 891861

2) reg fix for above per KB919521 (assuming gurglemeyer included the reg fix for multicore?)

3) ie6sp1 cabs

(~43 meg)

as end results the two compiles would of course be totally different, but for building an intermediate platform to then use for adding your rollups, the above two platforms would give the same result?

--Media Player 9re the hang during installation at Media player

Media player 9 starts up in my system. I tried to play an mp3 to partially verify, but since I haven't installed audio drivers, WMP9 stops and asks for audio driver install.

(I really hate the msi (intel) 7.1 sound driver ... 7 speakers is NOT for me ... I want two speakers ... in fact, I really prefer just one speaker ... the 701 driver is all bubble gum and no practical sense.

edit--BWC audio driversI finally figured out I need japanese font, but his site (which I guess is this one http://w2k.flxsrv.org/wlu/wlu.htm) is in japanese. I can cut and paste the main parts into google translate, but I can't cut and paste the options in the drop down boxes to select for my hardware and I can't use his machine scanner, because the machine I'm building is not on the internet

--sc.exe

does HFSLIP need sc.exe? if so, just curious, why?

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--2 versions of USP51re version dl from majorgeeks and softpedia, versus version dl from Kurt Aust's 2K guide

KA's page has a Section 6 for the difference between the two versions. (His version has to be recombined from his 3-part 7zip.)

for the later version, Gurglemeyer added 3 patches

▼ Hotfix\010-Windows2000-KB913580-x86-ENU.exe 5,470,696

▼ Hotfix\015-Windows2000-KB914388-x86-ENU.exe 618,472

▼ Hotfix\055-Windows2000-KB917537-x86-ENU.exe 626,152

These are already included in your UU-10c rollup.

KA also gives links to both the Softpedia and Majorgeeks dl sites. Together these two sites have almost 175,000 copies of his update out there.

Thanks a lot for this information!!! :thumbup

You are 100% right. The version from Kurt_Aust is newer than the one available to download from MajorGeeks or Softpedia. Of course it's better to use that one instead of the older ones. I'll need to update the information on my website.

--basic question--there are two ways to build a platform for your UU rollups and patches, per your dropdown list

my question is, as platform for UU rollups, would MS SP4 CD slipstreamed with

1) USP51 (for 891861-v2 update rollup 1v2) and

2) usbd.sys, usbhub.sys, usbser.sys (thanks for posting them ... usb must have been a lot of work to dig out)

(~220 meg)

would that be the same as the same original MS SP4 source CD slipstreamed with

1) M$ update rollup 1v2 KB 891861

2) reg fix for above per KB919521 (assuming gurglemeyer included the reg fix for multicore?)

3) ie6sp1 cabs

(~43 meg)

as end results the two compiles would of course be totally different, but for building an intermediate platform to then use for adding your rollups, the above two platforms would give the same result?

The result would be very different. USP5.1 installs files which come from hundreds of HBRs (hotfixes by request). Those files are not included in any official M$ update (rollup). That's one of the reasons why it's better to use it instead of the official packages :)

--Media Player 9re the hang during installation at Media player

Media player 9 starts up in my system. I tried to play an mp3 to partially verify, but since I haven't installed audio drivers, WMP9 stops and asks for audio driver install.

If WMP9 works then I think it would be better to focus on other things at the moment as I can't reproduce the error on my system so it's very difficult to trace it :}

(I really hate the msi (intel) 7.1 sound driver ... 7 speakers is NOT for me ... I want two speakers ... in fact, I really prefer just one speaker ... the 701 driver is all bubble gum and no practical sense.

edit--BWC audio driversI finally figured out I need japanese font, but his site (which I guess is this one http://w2k.flxsrv.org/wlu/wlu.htm) is in japanese. I can cut and paste the main parts into google translate, but I can't cut and paste the options in the drop down boxes to select for my hardware and I can't use his machine scanner, because the machine I'm building is not on the internet

Could you list all of your hardware in details?. We can try to integrate the drivers using my script but it must be exactly clear which files are required to integrate.

--sc.exe

does HFSLIP need sc.exe? if so, just curious, why?

No but having the file in the system may be useful later. That's why it's located in HFEXPERT\WIN\system32 which means that it will be copied to %systemroot%\system32.

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... as usual, I have crawled through several long learning curves ... eventually the task continues

my progress so far

I await a HFSLIP version of 2k (TZ86+WB+BWC+??) ... when completed, it and ReactOS, will be a very powerful combination for preserving(?) MS software. TZ-BWC 2000 may become the last M$ OS I'll ever need

In the meantime, I'm having hardware issues with my 98 system and I need a stable platform

for the interim, to build a 2k machine to run hfslip on, I'm using nLite with One Piece's 2K rollup of M$ conventional patches

I just add the following

1. bphlpt's ryanvm.net script for DX9 addon builder (very cool ... 109 meg gaming Dx is knocked down to 12? meg) (http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8517)

edit -- then add patches MS 975560 and 975562, or, Jun 2010 Full Pack" with UUKBz 2631813 from Tomasz86's 2k list

2. GDIplus.dll from KB975337 ... several programs need it ... AC's font view plugin for ghisler's TC for example. It's also in .net11 and again in .net20. Instead of having the same 1.7 meg file in 3 or 4 locations, can we add it to sys and be done?

3. I think a postscript printer should be a std device (it's needed by adobe acrobat for distiller and distiller really does to a better job of producing stable pdfs) ... the adobe installer for 2k = 109 meg ("universal"),

but by itself the postscript5 driver for 2k-Xp machines is 4.6m

4. pass thru or virtual scsi driver ... SPTDinst-v181-x86.exe appears in Kurt Austs's batch file Run1_W2Ksp5.bat, but it's not shown in his download links. It's needed for daemon tools. ... SCSI Pass Through Direct setup v1.78.0.0 built by: WinDDK, by Duplex Secure Ltd. (http://www.duplexsecure.com/downloads/)

5. daemon tools (very handy device for everything ...) the installer for DT Lite v.3.47 (2004) doesn't ask user to add a google toolbar like the later ones. thus it can be unattended and still be free. Kurt Aust's 2K site, shows DTLite4356-0091.exe as last 2k, but it's installer asks user to install the google toolbar

-- google is now the cost of freedom? Google bubblegum is the only difference ... actually prefer the earlier version because of its logical simplicity ... same capacity ... more speed more friendly.

6. right-click font properties extension ... also small but can be valuable ... this is the only tool I know of that will tell me if I can legally embed a ttf font into a pdf document. adobe distiller will automatically exclude those fonts that don't have the licensing ... unless printed through distiller, pdfs can have font problems (apparently most font licenses are ... "you can enjoy these fonts on your machine, but you can't include them in a pdf document which you want to share with others...") the XP version of FPE 2.3 installs in 2K and seems to run no problem (no need to drop down to v2.1) ... http://www.microsoft.com/typography/truetypeproperty21.mspx

(FYI ... for an excellent tuturial on printing pdfs, installing postscript, distiller printers, ghostscript, ghostview, see tutorial pages at http://www.athleticaid.com/yaquinapress/postscript/InstallingThePostscriptDriver.html)

7. lame.dll and lame.exe could also become a std install in systems as well ... for a low tech audio junkie like me, with two 1-inch speakers any version will do

just a thought but ... you might add these on your 2K dropbox, before the XP stuff starts disappearing as well

8. KA's batches were a useful study for a noob like me and at the bottom ... very interesting as regards building and testings lastest isos with a fixed set of desktop software

that is the subject of my next y tangent ... but first, new info (for me) on slipstreaming driver sets

== DRIVERS ==

I'm sure I don't understand Bashrat Sneaky's files ... for my machine they add up to 500+ meg ... and I'm not sure if I've selected the right ones ... his tool seems to assume an internet connection to build a driver pack ... a year ago, each driver pack had a parallel info file which listed detailed list devices ... I can't find the info files now. I guess his installer reads the machine and figures out which drivers to extract from which ever driver pack ... but my machine is not connected and I'd still be on dialup anyway.

Mobo is MSI P43 neo3-f (core2duo e7200, 2 gig DDR2, intel P43 + ICH10R (sata 1-6), JMicron 363 (IDE, sata 7-8), PCIe LAN fast ethernet Realtek 8111c, Realtek 8-channel audio ALC888

In bios, I set all my sata hdds to ide. For the same hdd cache, and platten speed and density, I believe ide might even be faster on a well defragged hdd than achi. I don't need hot swap or raid, so achi sounds like bubblegum to me. The video is MSI nVidia GeForce 7300GS (huge heat sink, no fan ... I suspend a large temp controlled fan to cool heat sinks for video + P43 + ICH10. I'll add a pic

For drivers I went with the easy simple brute-force solution ... install'd drivers from oem CDs, then found this amazing program ... Driver Genius Pro 11

it's free for a one-time one-machine builders like me (=30 days free). It builds a zip or driver folder of non-MS drivers that is nLite ready ... each non-MS driver gets its own subdir in the main drivers folder ... just select to exclude std MS drivers, and point nLite drivers page to the drivers folder (or to the zip), select multiple drivers, select all, build iso ... and driver problems solved. comparing the Device Manager pages before and after (for the hand install, and for the nLite install) ... the two pages are identical

I compared Driver Genius to several different driver backups programs, including DriverBackup v2.183 and 0.79 by IcemanND (msfn project) ... neither version worked in my bootstrap 2k noob system ... 2.183 wouldn't install (requires XP?) ... v0.79 scans the machine and builds a list, but it wouldn't save the text drivers to a file ... Iceman's 0.79 list was a good one, but it was not as comprehensive as the list built by Driver Genius Pro. Also compared Driver Max v6.3 ... Driver Collector v12 ... Double Driver v410 ... for nLite ready, none could compare to free-for-one-time users, Driver Genius Pro

below is screenshot of the 120m zip ... I hope it loads without javascript running (with js, the continuous reloads of heavy ads freeze my machine ...)

edit -- need js to upload pics)

===

now for the fun stuff ... now that I have a base to work hfslip from, I can start on my next noob tangent ... edit and it was a whopper

the tech guys at terabyteunlimited are ... well they're right up there with jaclaz ... they have an image backup/restore program which can both backup and restore from batch (most can backup, but not restore) ... I want to do automatic restore, and I don't want to restore on startup ... I want to restore on shutdown

my first preference would be to add an option to the logoff/shutdown window, which runs a batch available to admin only which restores and then shuts down.

Im my noob dream ... script will test that match between source image and target hdd match (by md5's or signature files or something), then it will reboot from a USB to run terabyte batch restore, then shutdown

I need to research building the bootable USB and then getting the bios or MBR to select the USB over an installed system on hdd0 (without user interaction)

edit -- there are several sites out there where several people had problems booting USBs from msi P43-neo3f mobos with bios v.1.3. I just found out what "Legacy USB" means in the bios dialogs ... it means, "do you want to scan the USB ports looking for bootable hdds?" ... the bios and the manual gave no explanation, so I had turned Legacy USB off, thinking that it meant USB1.0 or 1.1 or something (95, or 98, or ?) or USB keyboard/mouse.

now that I have bootabe USB, I can delete the noob excitement that follows ...

[begin noob excitement about a file called Bootfile.exe ...]terabyte came up with this dongle called bootfile.exe... this could be really handy for testing your builds in hardware machine

"bootfile.exe" tells the MBR of a hdd to set a contiguous band on the hdd (i.e. a bootable defragged iso file on the hdd) as the active boot partition ... the system then thinks that the iso is the boot partition, so it boots from that iso file, which is just a contiguous file inside a 2k or xp partition

now hardware testing can be done without opening the case, without buring a CD or building a USB ... hfslip an iso ... defrag it, then run a batch dongle that tells the MBR to treat that iso file as an active hdd boot partition, and then you are testing new setups in actual hardware!!! with no VM req ... one snag might be the reboot between text mode and gui mode. MBR is restored so back to std 2k partition on exit of the program ... maybe there is a workaround

here's more info ... the filename is "bootfile.exe"

Running a Linux image on a 2kXp machine, without a bootdisk of any kind == http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/howto/howto-ifl-bootfile.htm. Also more here ... http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/kb/article.php?id=464 terabyte is an excellent source for KBs on hdds and image backup and restores (and no, I'm not on their payroll ... I just get excited by solutions and contributions that dongles like this represent ...)

for the moment, I want to get my restore image process patted down on my bootstrap 2k machine ...

does anyone have a preference for MS virtual machine 2004 vs MS VM 2007sp1. The latter required a simple OCRA hack, which I have done. It seems to install no sweat.

edit -- the newer version Regshot_1.8.3_r89_Win32_WDK.zip runs fine!

Sorry for the long post ... I was excited about the idea about possibly testing your daily builds on real hardware, using that little dongle by terabyte ...

over and out for now ... thanks for you help on so many good pointers!! I hope I can return the favor by sharing my noob experience.

After I do some success, I'll open a new thread on building a boot USB for automatic system restore and shutdown ... any suggestions?

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