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kris_h

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Hi

is it possible to integrate Media Center into powerpacker?

just curious

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You can try it. Use the Custom Name option. But remember you have to manually edit the cdshell.ini file in the boot directory.

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You can try it. Use the Custom Name option. But remember you have to manually edit the cdshell.ini file in the boot directory.


Siginet does that also apply for WinXP 64-bit, cos I would like to make such customised XP CD, which includes XP 32-bit and one 64-bit version on one disk, ofcourse slimmed down ;)

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You can try it. Use the Custom Name option. But remember you have to manually edit the cdshell.ini file in the boot directory.


Siginet does that also apply for WinXP 64-bit, cos I would like to make such customised XP CD, which includes XP 32-bit and one 64-bit version on one disk, ofcourse slimmed down ;)


Ummm... nice bump... :whistle:

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No I doubt it works for 64 bit versions. A later release may include it.

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No I doubt it works for 64 bit versions. A later release may include it.

Ah thanks for the info :)
Well I'll wait then ;)

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I am going to see how Win Media Center installs and make an area for it in PowerPacker. ;) So expect it to be in RC8.

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That'd be great. btw, I noticed something about you....: you really like that smiley, don't you? ;)

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That'd be great. btw, I noticed something about you....: you really like that smiley, don't you? ;)


;) :rolleyes:

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angrybulldog

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Yes, i'm trying to upgrade two MCE05 machines, too, so I eagerly await your RC update :)

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A user told me it is possible to pack Media Center with the current PowerPacker... all you have to do is select Professional Retail when packing. Also you need to copy over a dotnet folder as well.

I haven't done it myself yet... but it came from a good source. ;)

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