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How to Integrate Basic Updates/IE8/WMP11

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===== GREAT BIG EDIT!!! =====

IE8 is (apparently) Directly able to slipstream with the LATEST nLite. It has been improved.

Please note that WMP11 is still safest (AFAIK) to slippstream with the WMP11 Slipstreamer

using the corresponding WMP11 EXE files.

The revised link to UDC is http://xdot.tk/

Will update this guide at first opportunity.

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All Links and References are at the end of this post. Credits to the Maintainers and Creators of all the Links, Lists, and Tools to perform the Fully Up-To-Date XP x86 CD (NOT x64).

NOTICE! OnePiece’ Internet Explorer 8 Add-on Creator references have been removed! –X- has incorporated OnePiece’ IE8 Add-on Creator and all IE8 Hotfixes. This tutorial has been modified accordingly.

Edit: To clarify the end result of this procedure, it will COMPLETELY REPLACE WMP9 with WMP11 and COMPLETELY REPLACE IE6 with IE8 (Old Original Components are OVERLAYED with Replacement Components).

I have repeated many Links to Updates and Tools inside the Link References for the purpose of Common Reference. No DIRECT Links to Tools/Software are given as the DIRECT Links are provided within the Reference Links. Please notice the Difference between Updates and Upgrades. Updates (fixes) in this Tutorial apply to “What Is On The CD”. Upgrades are Internet Explorer 8 and Windows Media Player 11 which are NOT on the XP CD. XP Service Pack 3 contains IE6SP1 and WMP9 so this will be the HIGHEST level they will go. That is the purpose of this Tutorial. Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher is ALSO an Optional Upgrade and is REQUIRED to perform this Tutorial. This tutorial does not address any other Optional Add-on’s (e.g. .Net Framework) including Non-Microsoft Add-ons.

Do these steps EXACTLY to properly Integrate Internet Explorer 8 and Windows Media Player 11. Failure to perform these steps TO THE LETTER will result in an unusable Slipstream.

Before we begin, I HIGHLY recommend the following (in case you didn’t know) -
* * Note: The “Folders” button allows for the Left/Right Pane View.
In Windows Explorer (at the Top),
1 – Select “View” and Click “Details”
2 – Select “Tools->Folder Options”
* General Tab - Click "Classic"
* View Tab Click the following
-- Display the contents of system folders - YES
-- Show hidden files and folders - YES
-- Hide extensions for known file types - NO
-- Hide protected operating system files - NO (Click OK)
3 - Click "Apply"
4 - Click "Apply to All Folders"
5 – Click “OK”

The above can be reset ANYTIME to Defaults as follows:
1 – Select “View” and Click “Thumbnails”
2 – Select “Tools->Folder Options”
* General Tab - Click "Show common tasks in folders"
* View Tab Click “Restore Defaults”
3 - Click "Apply"
4 - Click "Apply to All Folders"
5 – Click “OK”

NOTICE: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher to be installed prior to running the nLite and WMP11 Integrator (Slipstreamer) programs.

Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 can be downloaded from here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&displaylang=en

If it is not installed you will receive a "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135)" or a ".NET Framework initialization error" upon launch of the programs.

I do NOT use the nLite Installer version in this Tutorial. If you use the nLite Installer, change the Folder Name specified in all places below as appropriate.

Additionally, I use ONLY "-X- Updates Downloader, Checker and Add-on Creator", hereafter referred to as "-X- UDC", which will include any references to the Linked Website's Footnote 1 (MediaPlayer).

Preparation (Note – do NOT do ANY of this FROM YOUR DESKTOP!) -
01 – Create the following Folders on ANY Partition –
* XPBEGIN <- Tools Software
* XPCD <- XP Integration Work Area
* XPNLITE <- nLite Installation Folder
* XPSP3 <- XP Service Pack 3 Network Installation EXE File
* XPUPDATE <- Main Work Folder (only Subfolders have contents)
* XPUPDATE\DONOTUSE <- Moved/Removed MP9 Updates
* XPUPDATE\IE8 <- IE8 Add-on and Updates
* XPUPDATE\WMP11 <- Windows Media Player
02 - Download the following to Folder “XPBEGIN”
* nLite Integrator (the Self-Extracting “nLite-1.4.9.1.exe”)
* Latest -X- UDC Downloader (“UDC-mm-dd-yy.ZIP”)
* Media Player 11 Integrator (“wmp11slips1.4i.exe”)
03 – Download the following to folder “XPUPDATE\WMP11”
* wmp11-windowsxp-x86-enu.exe
* All -X- UDC "Footnote 1" WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KBn-x86-ENU.EXE files
*** DO NOT download "WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KB952069-v2-x86-ENU.exe"!
*** KB952069 does NOT apply to WMP11! ALL OTHER files ONLY!

*** REVISION (new File added to UDC and is WMP Version-Specific):

* WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KB2834904-x86-ENU.exe

* http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39422
04 – If and ONLY IF your XP is pre-Service Pack 3
* Download “WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.EXE” to Folder “XPSP3”
05 – “Copy” the ENTIRE XP CD CONTENTS (Paste) to Folder “XPCD”
You will have the COMPLETE CONTENTS of the XP CD for nLite Integration
06 – Double-Click “XPBEGIN\nLite-1.4.9.1.exe” and select Folder “XPNLITE”
07 – Using any UnZIP software, Unzip the FOLDERS inside the following
* “XPBEGIN\UDC-mm-dd-yy.ZIP” to Folder “XPUPDATE”
You will have a FOLDER “XPUPDATE\UDC-mm-dd-yy”
08 – Double-Click “XPUPDATE\UDC-mm-dd-yy\UDC-mm.dd.yy.bat“
This process will Download all Post-SP3 Updates and generate several Add-ons.
It will ALSO self-delete the files originally un-Zip’ed.
09 – MOVE (Cut) all "IE8*.*" files TO (Paste) Folder “XPUPDATE\IE8”
10 – MOVE (Cut) all WMP9 Add-on Updates TO (Paste) Folder “XPUPDATE\DONOTUSE”
* WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KB952069-v2-x86-ENU.cab
* WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KBn-x86-ENU.cab

*** where "n" is the KB numbers
*** IOW, all -X- UDC "Footnote 1" Generated CAB Add-ons "*WindowsMedia*.*"

*** REVISION (new File added to UDC and is WMP Version-Specific and NOT a CAB):

* WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KB2803821-x86-ENU.exe
11 – Double-Click “XPBEGIN\wmp11slips1.4i.exe” to Install (use Defaults)
* (Optional) Copy “C:\Program Files\WMP11 Slipstreamer\WMP11Slipstreamer.exe”
to (Paste) Folder “XPNLITE” and Uninstall the WMP11 Slipstreamer

Integration -
Double-Click “XPNLITE\nLite.exe” to begin the Integration Process as follows –
01 – Click “Next”
02 – Browse to and Select Folder “XPCD” and click “Next”
03 – Click “Next”
04 – If and ONLY IF your XP is pre-Service Pack 3, click “Service Pack”
05 – Click “Hotfixes, Add-ons, and Update Packs”
** * In this Tutorial we are NOT discussing ANY OTHER OPTIONS!
** * This Tutorial is ONLY for THIS Scenario!
** * Do NOT do ANYTHING ELSE unless you KNOW what you’re doing!
06 – Click “Bootable ISO”
07 – Click “Next”
08 – If and ONLY IF your XP is pre-Service Pack 3,
* Click “Select” and Browse to
* and Select “XPSP3\WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.EXE”
09 – In the “Hotfixes, Add-ons, and Update Packs” Window,
* Click “Insert”
* Browse to Folder “XPUPDATE\UDC-mm-dd-yy” and
a - Select (Click ONCE) the FIRST file
b - Scroll the Window to the End
c - Press and HOLD “SHIFT”
d – Select (Click ONCE) the LAST File
e – RELEASE Shift and click “OK”
** * At this point all BUT IE8 and WMP11 has been Selected.
** * Click “Build Date” to sort Oldest-To-Newest – IGNORE ADD-ON CAB DATES!
10 – In the SAME WINDOW (do NOT click “Next”!)
* Click “Insert”
* Browse to Folder “XPUPDATE\IE8” and
a – Select (Click ONCE) “IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.OnePiece.7z”
b – Click “OK”
* Click “Insert”
* AGAIN, Browse to Folder “XPUPDATE\IE8” and
c – At top, Click “View->Details”
d – Click “Date Modified” to Sort by Date
e - Select (Click ONCE) the FIRST file
f - Scroll the Window to the End
g - Press and HOLD “SHIFT”
h – Select (Click ONCE) the LAST File BEFORE “IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.OnePiece.7z”
*** IOW, do NOT include “IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.OnePiece.7z”
i – RELEASE Shift and click “OK”
** * At this point all BUT WMP11 has been Selected. DO NOT SORT!
11 – In the SAME WINDOW (do NOT click “Next”!)
* Click “Insert”
* Browse to Folder “XPUPDATE\WMP11” and
a – Select (Click ONCE) “wmp11-windowsxp-x86-enu.exe”
b – Click “OK”
* Click “Insert”
* AGAIN, Browse to Folder “XPUPDATE\WMP11” and
c – At top, Click “View->Details”
d – Click “Date Modified” to Sort by Date
e - Select (Click ONCE) the SECOND file (AFTER the Installer)
f - Scroll the Window to the End
g - Press and HOLD “SHIFT”
h – Select (Click ONCE) the LAST File
i – RELEASE Shift and click “OK”
** * At this point EVERYTHING has been Selected. DO NOT SORT!
12 – Keep Clicking “Next” until Integration is Completed
** * NOTICE! HALT at the “Bootable ISO” and click “Make ISO”!
13 – Burn the Created ISO with your favorite ISO Burning Program.
** * Freeware Burner - ImgBurn

If you are Brave Enough to use ANY OTHER nLite Options, browse the nLite SubForum for how to Integrate SATA/RAID Drivers, Other Drivers, Other Add-Ons (NOT what has already been listed), Unattended, Tweaks, etc. This Tutorial (as stated) is for NO MORE than a Basic Service Pack Integration, all Updates as specified by Microsoft Update (NO OPTIONALS) and as listed in –X- Updates Link, Internet Explorer 8 and associated Updates, and Windows Media Player 11 and associated Updates. It addresses NOTHING MORE!

Tip (in case you didn’t know) to check your Activation –
Start->Run->
and enter - %systemroot%\system32\oobe\msoobe /a
A Window will appear and SHOULD say your Activated. If you are NOT Activated/Genuine, you will NOT be able to download the Windows Media Player 11 Installer!

References –
========== nLite Repair Options/Recovery Console “fix” ==========
This is ONLY necessary it you INSISTED on using the “Unattended” button!
http://www.nliteos.com/faq.html#Q19
http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/78914-cannot-get-the-windows-xp-recovery-console-with-nlite/
========== XP Repair/Upgrade Install Instructions ==========
http://michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm
http://michaelstevenstech.com/xp_in_place_upgrade.htm
My Personal Preferred Upgrade Alternative –
To Install via WINNT32 (where “x” is your CD Drive Letter) –
x:\I386\winnt32 /dudisable /makelocalsource /syspart:c: /tempdrive:c: /unattend:x:\I386\winnt.sif
Remove everything from “/unattend” to the end if you did NOT generate one via nLite or Manually Create one yourself.
========== nuhi’s nLite Integrator ==========
Download Link, some FAQ’s, etc
http://www.nliteos.com/
INCLUDES many links (e.g. SP3) and information REQUIRED for successful execution
http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/158294-nlite-officialunofficial-faq/
nLite Reference Guide (a PDF File)
http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/143271-nlite-reference-guide/
-X- nLite ScreenShots (for quick reference)
http://xdot.tk/nliteimages.html
========== XP Service Pack 3 if your XP is Pre-SP3 ==========
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=24
========== -X- Updates Downloader, Checker and Add-on Creator ==========
INCLUDES links to nLite and WMP Updates
http://xdot.tk/updates.html
========== Internet Explorer 8 ==========
The IE8 Add-on Creator DOWNLOADS the IE8 Installer to generate the Add-On, so you do NOT need to download it! -X- has properly given credit to OnePiece for the construction of the Add-on. The process is now incorporated into "-X- UDC”, including IE8 Updates.
========== Windows Media Player 11 ==========
“boooggy’s” Media Player 11 Integrator.
A Link to the Integrator (Slipstreamer) is inside this link.
http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/90635-release-boooggys-wmp-11-direct-integration-solution/
Hat Tip to Member “Gibbs” for the following ScreenShots Link.
An additional Link to the Integrator (Slipstreamer) is inside this link.
http://www.upgradenrepair.com/Software/wm11slipstream/slipstream.htm
Media Player 11 (OS must be GENUINE CHECKED) –
wmp11-windowsxp-x86-enu.exe
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8163
-X- Add-ons (from UDC Footnote 1) – TO BE REPLACED
WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KB952069-v2-x86-ENU.cab
WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KBn-x86-ENU.cab
IOW ("In Other Words") ALL "*WindowsMedia*.CAB" files
* Original Replacement Links are provided in -X- UDC Footnote 1
* DO NOT download KB952069 as this is NOT for Media Player 11!

========== Final Notes ==========

I’ll update this Post as necessary.

This Topic's Post Text is "designed" to be Copy/Pasted into (e.g.) Notepad and printed for Readability (no word-wraps).

I have attached a Zipped RTF (Wordpad Compatible) copy of it.

March 11, 2013 -
Updated to "generically" reference files in -X- UDC Footnotes 1, 4, 5, and 6 (MediaPlayer and Internet Explorer) as these files may change from Patch Tuesday to Patch Tuesday (see -X- UDC Changlogs).

April 23, 2013 –
Updated to reflect –X- Drop IE6 Support and use IE8 instead.
(Footnotes 4 ,5, and 6 are now obsolete)
Inserted “Make ISO” during nLite.
Resequenced and cleaned up a bit.

July 12, 2013 -

*** REVISION (new File added to UDC and is WMP Version-Specific and NOT a CAB)

NOTE! The Attachment has NOT been revised! Be aware!

How to Integrate IE8 MP11- REVISED.zip

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Nice guide, bookmarked. :yes:

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You need to update these 2 sections...

03 – Download the following to folder "XPUPDATE\IE8"

* IE8-WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe

* IE8-WindowsXP-KB2510531-x86-ENU.exe

* IE8-WindowsXP-KB2797052-x86-ENU.exe

10 – MOVE (Cut) the following IE6 Updates TO (Paste) Folder "XPUPDATE\DONOTUSE"

* WindowsXP-KB2510581-x86-ENU.exe

* WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe

* WindowsXP-KB2797052-x86-ENU.exe

Feb changelog: - WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe and WindowsXP-KB2799329-x86-ENU.exe replaced by WindowsXP-KB2792100-x86-ENU.exe

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@PinkFreud -

May be true, BUT (direct Copy/Paste of the Footnotes) -

*4 - If you're slipstreaming IE8, replace WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe.

*5 - If you're slipstreaming IE8, replace WindowsXP-KB2510581-x86-ENU.exe with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2510531-x86-ENU.exe.

*6 - If you're slipstreaming IE8, replace WindowsXP-KB2797052-x86-ENU.exe with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2797052-x86-ENU.exe.

An "error"? Seems like a "combo-fix", kind of like that stupid "Kernel-Mode" fix that I played bejeebus tracking down WTH MS did. :unsure: (Krap, Now I have to track down another booger...)

edit - KB2799329 was a post-Jan-Patch-Tuesday Update. I don't have it (used the Original UDC script before that was added).

BWAHAHAHAH! A "FixIt" provided. Betting it's a stupid REG entry!

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2799329

NOPE! FixIt is a "workaround" -

(sigh...) Replacement has "MSHTMLED.DLL" changed instead of "MSHTML.DLL". Here we go!

@!#$%^&!!!!!!! Looks like they were SITTING on KB2792100! Compared the two and INDEED they have changed (dates only?) for all BUT "MSHTML.DLL" (apparently).

So... what we're saying is that the -X- List for IE6->IE8 need changed for FootNote#4? Certainly APPEARS that way!!!! (Cumulative Update)

Old - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2761465

(KB2799392 came in here...)

New - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2792100

IE8 link here -

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=2ab64eac-8ecf-4178-9a01-5f10fc2f049e

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@PinkFreud -

May be true, BUT (direct Copy/Paste of the Footnotes) -

*4 - If you're slipstreaming IE8, replace WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2761465-x86-ENU.exe.

*5 - If you're slipstreaming IE8, replace WindowsXP-KB2510581-x86-ENU.exe with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2510531-x86-ENU.exe.

*6 - If you're slipstreaming IE8, replace WindowsXP-KB2797052-x86-ENU.exe with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2797052-x86-ENU.exe.

...

So... what we're saying is that the -X- List for IE6->IE8 need changed for FootNote#4? Certainly APPEARS that way!!!! (Cumulative Update)

Old - http://support.micro....com/kb/2761465

(KB2799392 came in here...)

New - http://support.micro....com/kb/2792100

IE8 link here -

http://www.microsoft...01-5f10fc2f049e

That's what it looks like to me. :huh:

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Don't know how I missed that. Thanks for pointing it out. Fixed!

http://xdot.tk/#fn4

It will change again tomorrow. sad.gif

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Don't know how I missed that. Thanks for pointing it out. Fixed!

http://xdot.tk/updates.html#fn4

It will change again tomorrow. :(

1 - :thumbup Thanks for confirmation

2 - :(

3 - @#$%^&* (see #2 - need I say more?)

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I've now integrated the IE8 add-on creator into the UDC file. So some editing of the tutorial is needed. http://xdot.tk/

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April 23, 2013 –

Updated to reflect –X- Drop IE6 Support and use IE8 instead.

(Footnotes 4 ,5, and 6 are now obsolete)

Inserted “Make ISO” during nLite.

Resequenced and cleaned up a bit.

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"* Click “Build Date” to sort Oldest-To-Newest – IGNORE ADD-ON CAB DATES!"

as you say, We only choose .exe files ?

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1 - "* Click “Build Date” to sort Oldest-To-Newest – IGNORE ADD-ON CAB DATES!"

2 - as you say, We only choose .exe files ?

I am breaking your question into two parts -

1 - Yes, I did - there are OTHER "CAB" files ("Add-ons") created OTHER than Windows Media Player, aren't there? They are created AT RUN TIME and WILL have Current Date and are totally UNRELATED to WMP11/IE8 and are therefore irrelevant to the procedure. See "Preparation Step#10"

WMP9 Add-on

2 - You are to Manually Download the Both the MediaPlayer-11 Installer -AND- ORIGINAL MediaPlayer "EXE" Updates! The Updates are "Multi-Version" (WMP9, WMP10, WMP11) and the CAB ones had the WMP10/WMP11files and code STRIPPED and are USELESS for the WMP11. The CAB Add-on's are designed SPECIFICALLY for WMP9 and must be REMOVED if you are Integrating WMP11. In addition, the "WMP11 Slipstreamer" doesn't use Add-on's (AFAIK) but rather the ORIGINAL ones! nLite does NOT INTEGRATE the Originals (or WMP10/WMP11 Installer) properly BECAUSE they are "Multi-Version".

I prefer to not further explain any rationale of the procedure or idiosyncrasies of nLite.

This would be a repeat of information elsewhere on MSFN and is inappropriate for this TUTORIAL.

It is akin to asking "Why do I glue the propeller onto the front of the model airplane?" - Irrelevant to the Instructions. :yes:

Please bear in mind this Tutorial is for BOTH WMP11 and IE8 and NOTHING ELSE as I had stated. Doing EITHER (not BOTH) is up to you to and you may alter the instructions accordingly. Bluntly, use the instructions exactly and tell me if it worked. Do not do anything other than that. If you do, open a topic referencing the "additional" things you did. I do not address them here.

The instructions are not complicated. They are simply lengthy and detailed. "Do it and it works". ;)

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Here is my repack of WMP11 installer for the slipstreamer, umdf.exe has been updated with KB970159

http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=9898

Wudfcoinstaller.dll	6.1.7600.16385
Wudfcustom.dll 6.1.7600.16385
Wudfhost.exe 6.1.7600.16385
Wudfpf.sys 6.1.7600.16385
Wudfplatform.dll 6.1.7600.16385
Wudfrd.sys 6.1.7600.16385
Wudfsvc.dll 6.1.7600.16385
Wudfx.dll 6.1.7600.16385

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Here is my repack of WMP11 installer for the slipstreamer, umdf.exe has been updated with KB970159

For anyone finding this post, it does go somewhat beyond the scope of the tutorial. HOWEVER, this is a legitimate (and little known) Update and the Repack is correct and only replaces the file with the "Update" file. Please note that it is not an "Official" MS WMP11 Installation but will react (e.g. your OS must be Genuine) as the Original does (the single file inside ONLY has been updated).

If you so desire, you may use this file instead of the "wmp11-windowsxp-x86-enu.exe" BUT (a VERY big but) be aware that it MUST be chosen for Integration BEFORE the OTHER WMP11 "EXE" Update Files as the File Date will NOT follow the Tutorial Rules laid out per "sorting/selecting".

note - don't bother looking for the "replacement" file - it's name is not what you think and it's "rare" to be found.

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okay! thanks for your detailed reply :thumbup :thumbup :thumbup

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My GOD!

I'm a dumbas*!

I don't understand a half of the first post.

I only want to REPLACE IE6 with IE8.

I don't want to see the trace of IE6 like it never existed on XP.

Is that possible???

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