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nLite Integrated Add-ons [64-bit]

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@ Weed - Are all these applications a native 64bit software?

Too bad I can't download them, both in FF and IE.

Don't know what's the problem.

the ImgBurn website is wrong btw ;)

I can download ImgBurn by using IE. left click on the download, then wait about 10 seconds.

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Information: website

Version: 3.0.128.1

Credit: Weed

Size: 544 KB

Main: Download

NOTE: without advanced feature

you link have been deleted .( why don't you upload to BDG instead of RS(rapidshare.de) .Badongo(BDG)will not delete your file but RS will delete your file after 30 days when no one download the link).

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@ Weed - Are all these applications a native 64bit software?

Too bad I can't download them, both in FF and IE.

Don't know what's the problem.

the ImgBurn website is wrong btw ;)

no they r just 64bit supported

i write a note if its a native 64bit software, like 7-zip

link works here, dont u find the download button or whats happen if u click on the link ?

@PatrickEmpire

i prefer rapidupload, there is no waiting time and no need to enter a code

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link works here, dont u find the download button or whats happen if u click on the link ?

Firefox:

ffun2.th.gif

Internet Explorer:

iedd1.th.gif

See? :huh:

I don't need these addons (WinXp 32bit here), just wanted to try the file hosting.

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looks normal :huh:

doesnt work if u click on the "download file" link ? :blink:

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OK... this was stupid.

My firewall was blocking it.

Now when I disable it, it works like a charm :)

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if u need any 64bit addons get it from www.nliteos.com, also 32bit :) if ya have some request pm me, if its a useful program iam gonna upload it to nliteos site

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Here is HashTab v1.11 for 64 bit.

Info:

HashTab is a Windows shell extension which adds a tab called "File Hashes" to the Windows Explorer file properties. The tab contains the MD5, SHA1 and CRC-32 file hashes. These are common hashes that are used to verify the integrity and authenticity of files. Many download sites list the MD5 hash along with the download link. The HashTab makes it very simple for Windows users to check these hashes on any file on the system without using external tools. The screenshot to the right shows an example.

Example: hashtab.jpg

[09/28/2006] HashTab version 1.11 is released! Added port to x64. Included new languages... Turkish, Portugese, traditional and simplified Chinese. 1.11 contains a critical bugfix for 1.10.

Homepage:

Install from: svcpack.inf

Switch used: hashtab.exe /S

MD5 hash: 93445A12505E9AD28E5533A59023E9ED

File Size: 209 KB (214,078 bytes)

Download here:

There is NTFS HardLinkShell V2.300

Info:

The NTFS file system implemented in NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows XP-64 supports a facility known as hard links (referred to herein as HardLinks). HardLinks provide the ability to keep a single copy of a file yet have it appear in multiple folders (directories). They can be created with the POSIX command ln included in the Windows Resource Kit or the fsutil command utility included in Windows XP. Thus, using standard Windows facilities HardLinks can only be created at the command prompt, which can be tedious, especially when HardLinks to multiple files are required or when one only makes occasional use of HardLinks. Support for Junctions in standard Microsoft software offerings is even more limited than that offered for HardLinks.

Link Shell Extension (LSE) provides for the creation of HardLinks , Junctions , and Vista's Symbolic Links, (herein referred to collectively as Links) and a Folder Cloning process that utilises HardLinks or Symbolic Links. LSE, as its name implies is implemented as a Shell extension and is accessed from Windows Explorer, or similar file/folder managers. The extension allows the user to select one or many files or folders, then using the mouse, complete the creation of the required Links - HardLinks, Junctions or Symbolic Links or in the case of folders to create Clones consisting of Hard or Symbolic Links. LSE is supported on all Windows versions that support NTFS version 5.0 or later, including Windows XP-64 and the upcoming Vista operating system. HardLinks, Junctions and Symbolic Links are NOT supported on FAT file systems, and nor is the Cloning process supported on FAT file systems.

Within this document the terms action button and action (pop up) menu are used to refer what are often referred to as the right mouse button and the pop up menu that is displayed when that mouse button is pressed (often referred to as the context menu). Recognising that people swap the usage of their mouse buttons, Microsoft refer to the primary and secondary mouse buttons. We prefer to refer the mouse buttons as the Select button and the Action button; and rather than terms such as Context Menu, Shell Menu, Right Mouse Menu we use the term Action menu.

64 bit version:

Homepage:

Install from: svcpack.inf

File Size: 638 KB (653,318 bytes)

MD5 hash: F8009847B67762511839DBC38A923645

Download here:

Download here:

Edited by Ut\Collector
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Here it is Directx 64 bit December 2006.

Readmore here:

Overview:

This download provides the DirectX end-user multi-languaged redistributable that developers can include with their product. The redistributable license agreement covers the terms under which developers may use the Redistributable. For full details please review the DirectX SDK EULA.txt and DirectX Redist.txt files located in the license directory.

This is a 64 bit Directx December 2006 only.

Install from: svcpack.inf

Switch used in Winrar: DXSETUP.exe /silent

MD5 hash: 3F322064D8B507E76C5BE6E539557EDF

File Size: 43.7 MB (45,893,866 bytes)

Download 64 bit only version here:

Edited by Ut\Collector
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Windows Media Player 11 64 Bit:

Readmore ad: HomePage

Switch used in winrar: msistub.exe WMP11edp.msi /qb

Install from: svcpack.inf

MD5 hash: D61AE1D63C29DE454EA5AE2FC3F99813

File Size: 26.8 MB (28,185,378 bytes)

Not working because the deplay tool i used to make it does not support 64 bit.

Edited by UtCollector
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Here is Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 64 bit

Info:

Its got new looks, It makes use of tabs to now. Easy printing support. RSS feeds, Search and better security..!?

Readmore ad: HomePage

Install from: svcpack.inf

MD5 hash: 6873800D9767CFA8EF804D2626A67CEF

File Size: 28.4 MB (29,832,562 bytes)

Download here:

features:

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Here is Dependency Walker V2.2 64 bit

Note:

I needed to know how to build a self extracting Winrar installer for Windows 64bit. Sow i made 1.

I won't to credit Kelsenellenelvian to. I used part of his Entries_depends.ini

I only needed to changed a couple of things in it.

Info:

Dependency Walker is a free utility that scans any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows module (exe, dll, ocx, sys, etc.) and builds a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules. For each module found, it lists all the functions that are exported by that module, and which of those functions are actually being called by other modules. Another view displays the minimum set of required files, along with detailed information about each file including a full path to the file, base address, version numbers, machine type, debug information, and more.

Dependency Walker is also very useful for troubleshooting system errors related to loading and executing modules. Dependency Walker detects many common application problems such as missing modules, invalid modules, import/export mismatches, circular dependency errors, mismatched machine types of modules, and module initialization failures.

Version 2.2:

Readmore ad: HomePage

Install from: svcpack.inf

MD5 hash: 5D97E49768EF0E040EAAFAA9FD58A573

File Size: 481 KB (493,039 bytes)

Download here:

Use commands in Winrar (v3.61):Path=%systemdrive%\Program Files\Dependency Walker

SavePath

Silent=1

Overwrite=1

Shortcut=P, "depends.exe", "Dependency Walker", "Dependency Walker for Win64 (x64)", "Dependency Walker for Win64"

;Do not use the temp folder, ore the program will get in it and stay in it)

What is New in Version 2.2:

Moved to new HTML help system and updated the help text.

Added support for MSDN 8.0 external help and updated the online help URL.

Improved Side-by-Side support that handles DLL manifests and app.exe.local files.

Updated internal information about known OS versions, build numbers, and flags up to the Vista RC1 build.

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is anybody working on add on for netfx 3.0? how about windows media player 11? please!!!! :thumbup

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is anybody working on add on for netfx 3.0? how about windows media player 11? please!!!! :thumbup

I just made this.

It's switchless instaler that installs .NET FW 1.1SP1, 2.0 & 3.0 for Win x64.

There are 11 separated self-extracting EXEs. If you don't want to install any of them remove them from CAB file as well as their respective entries from INI file (I'll assume you know how to do it). Here is what is what:

1.exe - .NET Framework 1.1 with slipstreamed hotfixes KB867460 (SP1), KB886903 & KB890673

2.exe - .NET Framework 2.0 with slipstreamed hotfixes KB917283 & KB922770

3a.exe - Software Rasterizer for DirectX 9.0 SDK

3b.exe - MSXML 6.0 Parser (KB925673)

3bu.exe - MSXML 6.0 Parser (KB927977)

3c.exe - Windows Imaging Component

3d.exe - XML Paper Specification Shared Components Pack 1.0

3e.exe - Windows Communication Foundation

3f.exe - Windows Presentation Foundation

3g.exe - Windows Workflow Foundation

3h.exe - .NET Framework 3.0

WARNING: I didn't test this so don't expect too much. If you experience any errors, post them here.

You may also need this. It's Java Runtime Enviroment 6.0 for x64 switchless installer (also not tested).

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Tap3AH, I downloaded your file and tried using it and it does not work. Upon trying to extract the files with 7zip it reports that all files except 1.exe are broken. Can you repost it somewhere?

Jim

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Tap3AH, I downloaded your file and tried using it and it does not work. Upon trying to extract the files with 7zip it reports that all files except 1.exe are broken. Can you repost it somewhere?

What is the exact size of the file you downloaded?

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I have downloaded this NET pack, and all files are working. Thanx for this great addon.

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Tap3AH, I downloaded your file and tried using it and it does not work. Upon trying to extract the files with 7zip it reports that all files except 1.exe are broken. Can you repost it somewhere?

What is the exact size of the file you downloaded?

The exact size is:

145,250,463 dotnet123x64_addon.cab

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The exact size is:

145,250,463 dotnet123x64_addon.cab

Well, that's the correct size. The only thing I can sugest is checking MD5 sum with this program. If you get D703A905A87B6181D01520B2DF4495A4 then you have correct file and I can't help you. If you get different checksum, then let me know and I'll post it somewhere else.

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TAP3AH, what switch did you use for .net 2? thanks!

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TAP3AH, what switch did you use for .net 2? thanks!
  1. 3c and 3d:
    update/update.exe /quiet


  2. 1,3a,3b,3bu,3e,3f and 3g:
    msistub.exe *.msi /passive /norestart


  3. 2 and 3:
    msistub.exe netfx.msi ADDEPLOY=1 /passive /norestart


.NET 1 has an additional command:

cscript %SystemDrive%\inetpub\AdminScripts\adsutil.vbs set w3svc/AppPools/Enable32bitAppOnWin64 1

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Has anyone made a .NET Framework 2.0 (only) addon for x64 yet? I havent found one.

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