Shockwave,flash player,msnmessenger & Sun Java
Posted 01 November 2004 - 09:44 AM
Thank you for this great-time-saving-excellent-cool-program.
Posted 02 November 2004 - 02:38 AM
Welcome, P1R4T3, to MSFN!
Posted 03 November 2004 - 04:58 AM
To add/extract/change/edit the files in i386, you must run a search in the forum. If I explain here, I think GreenMachine will be angry with me:)
Posted 07 November 2004 - 02:42 AM
Welcome to MSFN, Body! I'm not angry ... yet!
Posted 07 November 2004 - 09:57 PM
I just want to say that Macromedia has changed its swflash.cab. XPCREATE With the swflash.cab version of 126.96.36.199 , setup asks for Flash Player Setup disks and in order to continue to setup you must press cancel button on that screen. So the setup continues the installation without the flash plug-in.
I found a simple solution for this issue..If I don't bother you I want to explain just for making compatible with XPCREATE..There are 2 methods. 1st one explains what has to be done in order to integrate Flash Player v7. The 2nd one explains making the Flash Player v7 be compatible with XPCREATE.
a.For SWFLASH.INI File:
1. After integrating Sp2 with Windows XP the swflash.in_ file must be extracted from the i386 directory.
2. In this INI file, under the [strings] section just retype the line as:
VersionNumber = "7,0,19,0"
and save it.
3. Then, by using MAKECAB, recompress the swflash.ini as swflash.in_ and overwrite with in the i386 directory of the CD..
For FLASH.OCX File:
1. Delete the flash.oc_ file from the i386 directory of Windows Setup CD.
2. Compress the new flash.ocx file(that must be v7 or later) by using MAKECAB, as flash.oc_
3. Copy the new flash.oc_ to the i386 directory of the CD.
1. Create the new SWFLASH.IN_ and FLASH.OC_ files as mentioned above without editing i386 directory.
2. Make a package with the name of SWLASH.CAB by using IEXPRESS.
3. Just put this SWFLASH.CAB file into the SVC-SWF directory of XPCREATE.
-->These methods shouldn't be used in the same XPCREATE compilation!
--> GETFLASH.EXE & GETFLASH.MAN files are NOT necessary for both methods.
-->I have tested these with 18 different PCs with EN-US versions of WinXP PRO.
Posted 07 November 2004 - 11:03 PM
Posted 10 November 2004 - 06:11 AM