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WMP10 Complete Slipstream

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LATEST VERSION: 3

CREDIT:

Bâshrat the Sneaky and Obliviator they've done the most work.

CHECK OUT THEIR POSTS:

BTS WMP10 Slipstreamer

Obliviator WMP10 Slipstream

djbe: FEDIT program used to add entries to various i386 files.(provided to me by BTS)

Also boooggy: Thanks for all the testing and info !!! :thumbup

Everyone else who helped out and opted to host for me.. Thanks!

WHAT IT DOES:

A Windows Media Player 10 slipstreamer similar to Bâshrat the Sneaky's Slipstreamer but also adds the components not added by the BTS script.

+ MPEG Audio Layer-3

+ DRM Features

+ Portable Media Devices Support

+ Out of Band Component Installer

+ User Mode Driver-related files

+ Additional Encoding and Decoding files

+ WPD Objects?

+ MTP Protocol

+ Additional USB Device Support

+ Online Stores

+ Media Player 10 Skins & Sync Playlists

HOW IT WORKS:

Extract Slipstreamer_v3.exe and run it!

ALSO PLEASE CHECK THE INCLUDED DOCUMENTATION...

WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO:

Nlite Users:

1)DO NOT REMOVE WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER 9!!!

2)Use the slipstreamer after Nlite has done it's job

RyanVM Update Pack Users:

1)Run the slipstreamer after integrating RyanVM Pack.

2)The no WMP9 cab is not required (credit: boooggy)

COMPATIBILITY:

The slipstreamer has been confirmed working with:

1) Windows XP SP2

2) Windows 2003 SP1 (thanks Lemonzest for your tests)

KNOWN ISSUES & SOME NOTES:

1) Check it out and report bugs :)

LASTLY I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES CAUSED ECT..ECT...

DOWNLOAD LINK

Slipstreamer V3 Download (340KB). THANK YOU Ben.Hahlen for the download! :)

Slipstreamer V3 Alternate Download Mirror. Thanks RyanVM ;)

Changes: Check out the changes.txt file included.. But the sysoc.inf bug should be fixed!

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very nice. i did install it with no ryanvm and nlite and worked very nice. now i did integrate ryanvm's pack and nlited and installing. i will report soon if it worked.

ps and welcome to msfn...

edited first try didn't work.

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Hi boooggy, thanks for testing :D

I am glad that it did work :thumbup and I did some testing with RyanVM update pack...

It's very easy to update the script to check if the pack is installed and modify the setup

accordingly....

Anyway the problem seems to be that Ryanvm pack overwrites SYSOC.INF and thus the pack's entries get removed.. Not a big deal to fix really.

I am currently testing with nlite.

I'll probably update it tonight

EDIT: Oh I wanted to ask... What Language did you use?

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@Gnome: if you want I can help you with auto-updating the dosnet.inf, txtsetup.sif,svcpack.inf and sysoc.inf files! ;) PM me if you want this to be automated as well.

And... thanks :) No there is no more pressure on me... I had lost the time to do it and was losing the motivation... I'm glad somebody else took the initiative :)

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i used english. also i change the order first integrate ryanvm's pack and the use the slipstreamer. i am just about to install it on my vm.

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@Bâshrat the Sneaky: Thanks, I sent you a PM

@boooggy: Did you manually add the entries to sysoc.inf & svcpack.inf or just copy the files from the archive..

Because if you added them manually (i.e. below the entry added by RyanVM Pack)

it should work fine.

If it was otherwise it probably won't work...

@Everyone:

IF anyone else uses the slipstreamer for a language other than english please post your findings...

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first time when i did it was like this updated manually everything and then slipstream ryanvm's and then nlited. it did not work. second time i slipstreamed ryanvm's, nlited and the use wmp10 slipstreamer. guess what it worked!!!

ps i did edit manually. and also i updated 3 files that m$ updated via patches.

edit:

one problem but i think is not because the slipstreamer, wmp update still says that it needs an update.

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GREAT :thumbup Thanks for the info boooggy...

Bâshrat is sending me a script that should make the integration A WHOLE lot easier and i'll also add a script that'll check if some components were removed by nlite (such as the skins or playlists) and remove them from my part of the inf to avoid issues...

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so it means u will update the slipstreamer soon ?

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Yeah :P probably tonight, if not then tomorrow...

All the manual steps should then be all but gone(they are kinda annoying), and hopefully it'll work alongside Nlite without problems

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I posted a cmd file to integrate all hotfixes for xp and for 2k (integrates ie6 too). I have automated the file modding you suggest in your first post.... If you want, check out the file at this link. I'm sure that your files can be easily implemented in my cmd file. Oh yea, if you have all the hotfixes in the folder structure all set up, there is no need for RyanVM's update pack. And yes, it works with Nlite too.

Cheers

TP

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this sounds nice, i look forward to testing it out :)

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When I add the entries to DOSNET.INF, TXTSETUP.SIF and SVCPACK.INF. Does it matter Where below the [section] I place the entries? BEFORE/AFTER the once already there. I have now placed all entries RIGHT BELOW the [section] before the excisting entries. Is this correct?

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All I can say is HOLY s***!!!!!!

Thanks a lot gnome this is wonderfull.

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