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LaptoniC

WMP10 confusion

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LaptoniC    0

In the manual it says

Media Player 10 can go into HF folder if you want it slipstreamed.It links to http://www.btsunattended.net/Projects/WMP10_Slipstreamer which is now at driverpacks.net.Anyway,what I should put to HF directory?Original MP10setup.exe or slip streamed files by above.It is really confusing.

Ps:I will try HFSLIP on Turkish Windows XP(-TRK) I hope it doesnt make any problems.

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tommyp    3

The file MP10Setup should be placed into the HF folder. I don't have a link readily handy.

FDV can you fix/remove the link?

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Tomcat76    1

It's been discontinued. You can read all about it here: http://www.driverpacks.net/Projects/

They still have it up for download (see previous link) but advice you to use other tools:

http://www.uawiki.org/doku.php?id=wxp:ua:misc&s=wmp10

I was confused by this as well and decided to skip it. It's already hard enough to get the XP hotfixes...

Edited by Tomcat76

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Tomcat76    1

I also don't know if I need the WM9/10 codecs when slipstreaming WMP9 or 10. I insert both WMP9 as well as wmfdist.exe into HFSLIP when making a Win2000 CD just to be sure...

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tommyp    3

Tomkat, For w2k, put the WM Codec (wmfdist.exe) file in HF and you are good to go. You can't slipstream wm player 9 or 10 into W2K. If you are doing XP, you need the codecs (wmfdist95.exe) and the player (mp10setup.exe) in the HF folder (remember, it's optional). Hope this helps.

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Tomcat76    1

Uh... I have Win2K HFSLIPped with WMP9 running on the test partition... It's working.

So I still need the codecs when slipstreaming the player? Thanks.

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