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Downgrade integrated components?

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MrMaguire

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I have Windows XP install media where updated components such as Internet Explorer 8, Media Player 11 and others have been integrated. Because of this, the integrated components cannot be uninstalled on a live system.

 

So if I wanted to downgrade Internet Explorer 8, to 7 or 6. How would I do that? Is it possible to un-integrate components?

 

If I try to remove Internet Explorer 8 via the Add/Remove Components wizard, Windows becomes unable to start explorer, among other things, and I have to do a repair install.




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Which integration method or software did you use?

Not knowing how XP installs work exactly, it might be the case that you'd have to start over.

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I used nLite. I figured that I'd probably have to start over.

 

Thanks for moving the topic to the correct forum.



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Nah it is even worse! I will move this to the nLite forum. :P


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