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TheMadGuy

WinntbbuED

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Hi Mad Guy,

Excellent little application and very, very helpful - thankyou! I have a suggestion for you - do you think you can put a similar application together to edit the loginui.exe file?

BTW i will putting a mirror in on my site this week for this tool to show my support :D

Felix try this for the loginUI > ChameleonXP

http://www.geocities.com/outersoftinc/CXP.html

as of this post today it was still there

WB TheMadGuy :thumbup

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This wonderful tool has made its way into the biggest (I think anyways) magazine in Australia... ATOMIC !!!

January is its 5th birthday, hooray!!... So if you people are in Australia, get your copy now and read the awesome guide they have about WinntbbuED :D

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It cannot find syssetup.dll

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:whistle: make a new folder and place the WINNTBBU.DLL and syssetup.dll from your system32 folder into it along with the WinntbbuED 3.1 and remember to save completed project then place new WINNTBBU.DLL back into your systems 32 folder on your xpcd install.
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im using winxp pro corp. i had this problem too. sysetup.dll not found.. where izzit? i open my winntbbu.dll at I386??

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its in the i386 folder itself...

just move those 2 files to a new folder, edit them, and move them back to the original place ;)

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it's in the i386 folder as cyanide says but its compresed

and it's name is syssetup.dl_

copy this one somewhere on your pc

and uncompres it with 7zip

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bug notice (well, not a fonction bug). If you open winntbu.dll without a syssetup.dll, it will say that it found a comperssed one. The message say

"Syssetup could not be found

but a compressed version was.

Do you wish to uncompress?"

I think the word "found" is missing in the sentence lol.

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I did not use WinntbbuED, I used the old method (before WinntbbuED).

Anyway, I want to reply to my question in Completed Windows Setup Billboards theme

regarding Language codes editing syssetup.dll

Arabic (Saudi Arabia) 1025

Bulgarian 1026

Chinese (Hong Kong SAR) 3076

Chinese (PRC) 2052

Chinese (Taiwan) 1028

Croatian 1050

Czech 1029

Danish 1030

Dutch (Netherlands) 1043

English (United States) 1033

Estonian 1061

Finnish 1035

French (France) 1036

German (Germany) 1031

Greek 1032

Hebrew 1037

Hindi 1081

Hungarian 1038

Italian (Italy) 1040

Japanese 1041

Korean 1042

Latvian 1062

Lithuanian 1063

Norwegian (Bokmal) 1044

Polish 1045

Portuguese (Brazil) 1046

Portuguese (Portugal) 2070

Romanian 1048

Russian 1049

Serbian (Latin) 2074

Slovak 1051

Slovenian 1060

Spanish (Modern Sort) 3082

Swedish 1053

Thai 1054

Turkish 1055

Ukrainian 1058

Best Regards

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Hmmm...I have both WINNTBBU.DLL and WINNTBBU.DL_ in i386. Do I have to seperately edit both?

wtf

lol - I wish there was a little walkthrough for dumbasses like myself. :w00t:

The reason I ask anyway is because I tried to edit JUST THE WINNTBBU.DLL (no syssetup). It seemed to work, but the install crashed at T-39 with an incomplete catalog type thingy message.

?help please!

-----------------------10mins Later........

Ok..I've figured the DLL and DL_ thing out. as for syssetup.dll, do I recompress to my install disc's i386\system32 or just copy there as is(uncompressed)?

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Hey TheMadGuy, honeymoon is over get back here and work on it.

I'd just like to see this advanced as it's a very useful app.

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I do hope you're kidding with your first comment...
yes of course

Read above, I said something earlier about same thing saying we had to wait till it was over, guess life took him elsewhere

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Oh My Dear God!!! Thank you so much! :D

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First of all, great tool (Finally I can make Windows dis itself! w00t!), thanks for making it! =)

But, as with almost everyone posting in this thread, I have a problem.

During the textmode portion of Setup, I get an error about winntbbu.dll not being copied properly. To me it seems like an error that everyone using this tool should theoretically be getting without some other patch to trick Setup into believing that's the original file... like a checksum or a last-modified time...

Is there a trick I'm missing? Didn't find anything by searching the thread... =\

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Look for "modifype" on the forum...

This will make setup happy :

modifype.exe winntbbu_modded.dll -c

:rolleyes:

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Pretty nice app... thanks a lot 2 autor !

It's good work, but not full for me !

Maybe anybody know: what DLL contains resouses, that shows in the end of installation in pages of Windows Firewall enabling & username choise ? I made WINNTBBU.DLL in Windows Olive style & want modify end of installation in this style too...

In advance, thanks anyone for helping me ! (sorry 4 bad english :blushing: )

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hi !

I've got a problem : using this app with xp x64. it won't edit the x64's winntbbu.dll, and leave's untouched the syssetup.dll. and the setup can not use other dlls made for sp2. Can you suggest something ? Oh yes, and if I edited the winntbbu with XN Resource Editor, that wasn't good for the xp setup, and used a dark-blue one-color background instead of the modified dll-s. Do you know something about this ?

All helps are welcomed !

edit: Delprat : what does this modifype do ? isn't so clear. i'll try it anyway

greetings !

»aurelius«

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edit: Delprat : what does this modifype do ? isn't so clear. i'll try it anyway

AFAIK that's for Win32, not x64 :(

(in "modifyPE" the "PE" means "Portable Executable", the name of the Win32 executables format)

ModPE can do various things, here it's used with the "-c" option to correct the embedded CRC value (making windows seeing it as "unmodified")

I have no answer for your problem :no: (except that in XP 32 you can replace the "dark blue one-color background" by a bitmap named "setup_w.bmp" in I386)

In this page : http://win32assembly.online.fr/source2.html

there's an email to modpe author.

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Can we edit WINNTBBA.DLL file. And will same mathed will work for it too as for WINNTBBU.DLL ?

Also why not it edit 4bit background and others.. This will appear when we install xp into Pentium4 or in that

Computer which XP have no driver for it's VGA lik intel845, intel865, intel915 or nvidia nforce etcc..

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how can i change color 256 to 16bit? I want's noting changing any more.

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