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tommyp

HFSLIP, The 2K/XP/2K3 slipstreamer

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* Not including any hotfixes not on your list. I'm also not including any optional updates.

* I did not change the default handling of IE7.

* Yes, that's ryanVM's file, which explains why I've had success putting it elsewhere.

I wasn't sure if HFCLEANUP was the culprit or not. I built a new XP Pro cd today, and will post results tomorrow, if I encounter any problems.

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HFCleanup and XP don't mix well. Those cleanups need lots of work to make it XP friendly.

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First off I want to thank you for this great tool. I did my first slipstream with HFSLIP and windows xp. After installing it I noticed 2 things. If I go into the Windows security center, the automatic update option does not show up where it normally does. The second this I seen was it put an HFSLIP in the add/remove programs. I clicked change and it just removed it. Is there a way to make this install look like a factory type install without HFSLIP being in the install?

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hi tc/tp! i would just like to share my happiness in being able to finally come up with a successful build :thumbup (after struggling for more than a month) ... i've tried all possible combos in what i put in and took out ... there was actually 1 specific addon (Kels_ResHack_v3.4.0.79_addon_build5 ... Kel has already come up with build6 which works great!) that caused the other addons not installing, as well as ie7 & wmp11 ... installation skipped from T-28 to T-22 ...

here are some comments though in my build:

post-84520-1175729725_thumb.jpg

same thing happened with: WMADMOD.DL_, WMSDMOD.DL_, WMSPDMOD.DL_, wmvdmod.dl_

then at T-39 until T-33

post-84520-1175729767_thumb.jpg

same thing happened with:

Creative AudioPCI (ES1371, ES1373) (WDM)

Intel® 823741AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller

USB Root Hub

Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard

Microsoft Kernel Audio Splitter

Microsoft Kernel Acoustic Echo Canceller

Microsoft Kernel Wave Audio Mixer

Microsoft WINMM WDM Audio Compatibility Driver

then it re-occured before showing the desktop (i wonder why) for the following files:

Microsoft Kernel Audio Splitter

Microsoft Kernel Acoustic Echo Canceller

Microsoft Kernel Wave Audio Mixer

would there be a way to keep these from showing up? ;)

from setuperr, this is what i got when including swflash.cab

Error:

Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\WINDOWS\system32\macromed\flash\flash.ocx because of the following error:

DllRegisterServer returned error 2147500037 (80004005).

other that the 3 minor issues above, everything works great ... i've attached here some files for viewing just to show my success in having all these HFs & files slipstreamed/integrated ...

THANKS for 70325 :P

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@Kiki

As far as the error dialogs go, those often appear when disabling SFC. TommyP noted somewhere that the HFCLEANUP feature is only optimized for Win2K.

The error for flash.ocx is a known issue and you should complain to Macromedia/Adobe for that. Part of the standard registration process just fails. At least it's a "silent" error, so I decided not to do anything about it. For Win2K, though, the error is not silent so I made Windows setup register flash.ocx at a later stage (T-13) for Windows versions that don't come stock with Flash (2000 and 2003). I don't remember if that also gets rid of the error note in setuperr.log -- I need to check again.

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ey TC! just sharing what i had ... i'm not complaining though (i'm using modified SFC by fdv) but overall i am very GLAD to be able to finally come up with a successful build! thanks! :lol:

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Gentle bump... ;-)

Thanks ever so much for this milestone build! Nobody has posted in this topic for two months...:whistle:

By the way, your signature should say 2007-06-08.

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Whoops... Forgot to update it... :D

Thanks...

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Where can I get old versions of HFslip? Like in the 1.4 series; especially 1.4.2? If someone can put it up for me that would be great!

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Where can I get old versions of HFslip? Like in the 1.4 series; especially 1.4.2? If someone can put it up for me that would be great!

Here's 1.4.5

See the attached 1.4.2

hfslip142.zip

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The version 1.6.0 (Final or Release 1) does not integrate this hotfix:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/898461

Thanks. It should be fixed in HFSLIP 1.6.1.

The problem was that if the hotfix is placed in the HF folder, the registry wasn't updated. At least this is supposed to be added:

HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PreInstall","Path",0x20000,"%SYSTEMROOT%\system32\PreInstall"

(0x20000 is REG_EXPAND_SZ)

It also has a problem with the TimeZones. This is what happens on a Windows XP updated (Spanish version):
And you didn't have this time zone problem with HFSLIP 1.5.0?
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I also had that problem with 1.5.0 and with 1.4.5 if I don't bad remember.

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I also had that problem with 1.5.0 and with 1.4.5 if I don't bad remember.

I have spanish OSes too and I don't have problems with timezone updates.

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bujo696--

This is not normal as XibaD points out, at least not for the Spanish time zone update. Can you make a ZIP of HFSLPHIV.INF from SOURCESS\I386 and post it here?

I can only duplicate this behavior by changing the time zone edits from ANSI to Unicode but HFSLIP doesn't do that.

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OK. I see there is a possible bug in the Windows XP version of the Spanish time zone update, but I'm not sure it's the source of your problem. Can you remove WindowsXP-KB931836-x86-ESN.exe and use WindowsServer2003-KB931836-x86-ESN.exe instead?

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Maybe he doesn't have all the updates...

HFS.zip

I have all the updates since WU is all clean

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Yes with that version it seems to work.

Isn't any problem that the update is the English version and for Windows 2003?

Edit: I think you changed from ENG to ESN ;)

The ESN version doesn't work. The same problem. But with the ENG version I think it works... I'm not sure. At least I don't have it in WUP list.

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I didn't edit the post, no. I had "displaylang=es" in the link from the beginning.

No harm is done to your system if you use the English time zone update. The only difference is that the descriptions are in English.

Well... I'm not sure what the problem is then. Can you zip HIVESFT.INF from SOURCE\I386 or SOURCESS\I386? Maybe that can give me a clue.

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What I done was - update with the XP Spanish update version and then using a registry to correct the mistakes in the name.

Here are the files: HIVESFT.zip

Thank you.

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