It uses PEiD which can be found here.
Put the PEiD.exe in same folder as USSF.exe
Start USSF.exe and select the setup exe file.
Hopefully it will tell you which switches to use
-17.02.05 small update since helper.bin download didn't work anymore-
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"prog" /SILENT /VERYSILENT ...
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\Identify with PEiD\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files\\PEiD\\PEiD.exe\" -hard \"%1\""
If it's an msi, you don't have to use USSF because you already know the switches of an msi. If you need to know more switches that your msi supports, you should use an msi editor and browse/edit the properties in the property table.
it didnt even recognize a .msi
indeed. You already know that it's an MSI, why would you need a switch finder to tell you?
May I ask why you would need to know what the switch's are when you already know its a MSI file?
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