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SP2 install needed hacked files list

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UPDATE:

DisabledTrucker has uploaded a copy:

Okay, I've uploaded the file to RapidUpload for you all, also if you go to RyanVM's site, you can find updated SFC_OS.dll which no longer needs the .reg file to work, you can also find an updated uxtheme.dll file and the updated version of tcpip.sys as well. If you're wanting it updated to work with Pyrons Method, I've made an addon for it too at the same place, you'll also find my addon for this there too, as soon as I get it posted... Hope this helps everyone! :D:rolleyes:
Thanks for the possibly only surviving copy, DisabledTrucker (a copy that managed to outlast my own :))

EDIT: Just so I don't lose it again and have to beg DisabledTrucker, here's another link, just in case:

NLCAHackedFilesPack.exe

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I have located the files already, I just need to know if my list is complete, but thanks anyways. :)

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technically, you could say you don't need ANY hacked files...but then again....

The List looks good for now...I'm sure there'll be more.

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Here is my list:

sfc_os.dll (to disable Windows File Protection)

uxtheme.dll (for using custom themes)

tcpip.dll (to allow more than only 10 connections per port, now allows unlimited)

termsrv.dll (to allow for concurrent sessions)

winntbbu.dll (cool Matrix setup screen)

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D'oh! I knew I forgot something.

BTW, any "less Matrix-like" screens and login you can recommend?

As for the termsrv.dll, I don't need it, but it'll be good to have. :)

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Anyone care to post links to files? Maybe a zip with all of them easy for others and myself to find.

sfc_os.dll (to disable Windows File Protection)

uxtheme.dll (for using custom themes)

tcpip.dll (to allow more than only 10 connections per port, now allows unlimited)

termsrv.dll (to allow for concurrent sessions)

winntbbu.dll (cool Matrix setup screen)

All of the above in one zip for SP2 slipstreams.

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tcpip:  this one is unlimited

How can you be certain that the above is a "clean" file - I mean, that it is not maliciously embedded with anything by the person who made it?

As for termsrv.dll, will the concurrent sessions work even if you use an RC1/RC2 build-based file, or does it work *ONLY* with build 2055?

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As for termsrv.dll, will the concurrent sessions work even if you use an RC1/RC2 build-based file, or does it work *ONLY* with build 2055?

I think 2055 or lower

As for the other issue, some people have used it without problem or use this more limited, but probably good as it has a manual version: http://www.lvllord.de/index2.htm

Since with the manual version lots of people can critisize....

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How can you be certain that the above is a "clean" file - I mean, that it is not maliciously embedded with anything by the person who made it?

Because I hex edited that myself and tested it. I've even posted that I used this method to patch the tcpip.sys file. If you don't trust me, do it yourself using that method but don't just accuse people of things you don't know about :)

Sorry if I came across as too suspicious.

I was just asking questions that anyone would like to know before using something on their production systems.

In any case, what you have carried out seems to be done perfectly fine. Thanks for pointing me to the site which contains instructions to do the same manually myself.

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Sorry if I came across as too suspicious.

I was just asking questions that anyone would like to know before using something on their production systems.

In any case, what you have carried out seems to be done perfectly fine. Thanks for pointing me to the site which contains instructions to do the same manually myself.

I'm also sorry for being too agressive and accusing you. I should have been more friendly :)

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Anyone mind if I sticky this thread? I'm sure in the coming days when more and more people get SP2, there will be many requests for these files

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how do I slipstream the tcpip.sys file into my xp sp2 cd? what is the process to get that file on and replace it with the current one on the disc?

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modpe it to correct any checksum error.....

modifype tcpip.sys -c (modifype.exe obtained from unattended.msfn.org)

then makecab the file

makecab tcpip.sys

then copy and replace the original

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thanks for the info. IM not required to disable wfp as well am I?

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