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ZoSTeR

Universal Silent Switch Finder 0.1

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Zoster

was wondering if you would like right click to this. I don't like the drag to desk or whatever and have had the right click for awhile. I just added .msi to it. Anyway's since I couldn't use the previous Installer I created an Inno Installer with the reg settings and see if someone was interested

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Indentify Installer does what USSF does and more. Instant results with rightclick.

USSF was a nice inspiration.

:yes: It has been out classed now. :yes:

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the switch finder said, "this is a selfextracting RAR archive. The RAR comment contains the setup script."

so i look at the commend. and all it says is:

;The comment below contains SFX script commands

Setup=setup.exe

TempMode

Silent=1

Overwrite=1

can someone tell me what this means? what the switch is? or atleast what type of installer this is.

thanks for any reply :hello:

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Indentify Installer does what USSF does and more. Instant results with rightclick.

USSF was a nice inspiration.

:yes: It has been out classed now. :yes:

The Indentify Installer link you gave is for CMenu.

Does Cmenu do what USSF did???

If so, Please be kind explain how.

Regards

coucou

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The Indentify Installer link you gave is for CMenu.

Does Cmenu do what USSF did???

If so, Please be kind explain how.

Regards

coucou

1. Identify Installer, is one of the inbuilt features of CMenu.

2. Even better.

3. As of version 1.5

- Improved detection rates. As USSF is missing some known installers.

- Ability to list, unpack, admin installs, record installs, silent installs, create AutoIt scripts...all from the Identify Installer window.

- Rightclick, for fast results.

For more benefits. Check it out for yourself.

Any further questions, will only be answered, in the CMenu topic. I do not want to hijack Zosters thread.

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can any one help me get office xp working with unttend setup

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This one is good, thank for this program. Wow, each week I find new excitting stuff in this board ! :)

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I prefer USSF, because it is standalone, your program need to be installed and came with a ton of features I dont want. May I suggest you release a lighter version ?

The Indentify Installer link you gave is for CMenu.

Does Cmenu do what USSF did???

If so, Please be kind explain how.

Regards

coucou

1. Identify Installer, is one of the inbuilt features of CMenu.

2. Even better.

3. As of version 1.5

- Improved detection rates. As USSF is missing some known installers.

- Ability to list, unpack, admin installs, record installs, silent installs, create AutoIt scripts...all from the Identify Installer window.

- Rightclick, for fast results.

For more benefits. Check it out for yourself.

Any further questions, will only be answered, in the CMenu topic. I do not want to hijack Zosters thread.

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Thanks for the great tool. One question though. What should I add to the registry in order to have a 'find silent switch' on the right click? I tried

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\Find Silent Switch\command]

@="\"USSF.exe\" \"%1\""

But I just get a window asking me to pick the file...

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it says to 9 out of 10 setups : unknown installer

no use for me....

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Could anyone upload PEiD.exe for me, the site seems to be down

(but not to rapidshare because i cant download from there)

:)

edit: nevermind, i got it from a google search, sorry for bumping :)

Edited by Colin-uk
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This tool is unbelievable. That takes me away my work ;-))

Wonderful work. Thanks mate.

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Its is one of the best tools around but it also needs to be updated.

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"Sorry, unknown installer."

Still useless to me , sorry no offence

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I'm sorry to tell that many applications I failed to find its switches

while it is very normal applications

like firefox, msn messenger beta,...etc

:(:no:

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Using CMenu to allow access to USSF from explorer context menu, however no matter what i do with the "%1" switch, or where i put it, USSF always asks for the location of the installer. How do append the file name to USSF?

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www.secretashell.com seems to be down anyone got an valid like to PEiD.exe

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This is a little program that can automatically determine which silent switches can be used with a setup file.

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-

All I get is this everytime I select an installer:

[what am I doing wrong please?]

:unsure:

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Im getting a "sorry, unknown installer" for almost every setup file I analyse, can this be solved or is it just that the program does not have a wide enough application compatability.

thnx

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