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HFSLIP, The 2K/XP/2K3 slipstreamer

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@ctpoon

I downloaded the CHT version and see nothing out of the ordinary with it. It should've worked. Can I take a look at SVCPACK.INF from SOURCESS\I386?

BTW... If you use the latest test release, you can change KB926139 to KB926140 in your language.

@grzesiek

I couldn't find a Polish version to dissect. Could that be the reason it failed?

The switches are universal; they work for every language in which IE7 is made available. I also tested this completely with XPSP2 English and XPSP2 Dutch.

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ok i think i know what can be the reason :)

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Hmmm...given that some people are still having problems with non-English versions, it's possible that the problem lies with the handling of KB898543 for localized languages.

But I'll let Tomcat deal with it. ;)

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Wondering...

1) XP Home or Pro?

2) Do the programs which you put in HFSVCPACK install correctly?

3) Do you see IE7.EXE in SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK?

4) Do you see this line near the bottom of SVCPACK.INF in SOURCESS\I386?

IE7.EXE /quiet /norestart /update-no /nobackup

5) If your answer is "yes" for questions 2,3 and 4... does IE7 install properly if you remove both WMP11 and KB898543-v3?

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During ie7 installation there is step to validate a copy of windows, i dont know if this is during silent install. So maybe because this ie dont want to install for some people, because they have not good copy :whistle: .

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@Tomcat

1) XP pro corp (and yes, its a legal copy), i can try with xp home if you want

2,3,4) yes

5) no

after setup i can install it

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During ie7 installation there is step to validate a copy of windows, i dont know if this is during silent install. So maybe because this ie dont want to install for some people, because they have not good copy :whistle: .

you should use proper reg file :P

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Thanks, i used reg file witch i have with wmp11 and its seems to work with ie7 too :D

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Wondering...

1) XP Home or Pro?

2) Do the programs which you put in HFSVCPACK install correctly?

3) Do you see IE7.EXE in SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK?

4) Do you see this line near the bottom of SVCPACK.INF in SOURCESS\I386?

IE7.EXE /quiet /norestart /update-no /nobackup

5) If your answer is "yes" for questions 2,3 and 4... does IE7 install properly if you remove both WMP11 and KB898543-v3?

1) Pro

2) I dont have anything in HFSVCPACK

3) yes

4) yes

5) will give it a try on the weekend.

Thanks.

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you should use proper reg file :P
What proper reg file? :lol:
i think this is what dziubek meant :P ...
The only difficulty is: that reg value would be inserted before IE7 is installed. If the IE7 installer overwrites it again, I'll have to switch the order around of the programs in SVCPACK.INF so I can embed a REG ADD in HFSLIP.CMD that's executed AFTER IE7 is installed.
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OK, guys. Try the latest test release; it installs IE7 at first GUI logon. :)

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@Tomcat

It does not install. The dos part of the setup says that the file cannot be copied, but its in the i386 folder, and in txtsetup.sif.

Any chance of it get slipstreamed again? It was working (with issues, but working).

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I just tested the "GUI version". I got no copy error (and it installed at first GUI logon as expected).

I can't have HFSLIP slipstream IE7 because of the problems. I'll look into it again next year.

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