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Is this a silly ?

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is it possable to intergrate drivers into the "Drivers.cab" or "SP2.cab" asuming that the new drivers dont match the existing ones.

And if it is possable how do you merge files into the .cab's?

If this is possable woulden't it save a lot of time and headaches.

I know this may be a silly ? for most of you but I'm sorta new to this.

Please excuse my typo, I have dyslexia. :wacko:

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it has bin discussed before somware

do a search for it

:)

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I have a batch file I use which combines the two CAB files and removes the duplicate files that exist in both driver.cab and the i386 directory. If you want to try it out, send me a PM.

I don't plan on releasing it publicly because I really don't want to have to support it if something doesn't work (though I've been using it without issue for many months now).

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