Shark007

[Release] Adobe Shockwave Player 11.0.0.465

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Mine is from macromedia site , its called a .MSI installer.

And its a SWITCHLESS installer , so no need for al that scripts etc.

See topic title :

Shockwave/Flash @T-13, switchless installers

SWITCHLESS :whistle:

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perhaps it is possible with a switch? don't think so since it is switchless
yes, you can use the /qn switch on my installer
Hope you don't mind, it is still your installer!
ummmm, no, that's your installer. Mine works from svcpack, yours will fail uninstallation if used from svcpack. Although, if you note that it must be installed after 1st boot (runounceex), it will uninstall properly.
Ofcourse u can simply use the silent Shockwave installer Shark007 has given in the first post. Mine is exactly same but without progressbar.
ummmm, no, mine isnt silent, it's switchless, yours is yours, and it isnt the same as mine. It may contain the same files as mine, but it doesnt have the same functionality.

shark

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Attn: Shark

Many thanks for posting your work!

I'm curious about two things:

There is no confirmation windows saying that the files are installed (although they are). Was this by design?

The installers don't work in Windows 98. I get a error message "7-zip, unable to create install folder". What's going on here?

sam13484

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Updated Shockwave Player to 10.1.3.18

shark

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thanks shark007 - you know this will need updating for many years to come

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The shockwave installer was UPDATED August 15, 2006. - While using CrapCleaner i noticed missing registry entries causing it to want to delete several of the shockwave entries.

shark

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE

I have removed the svcpack compatibility designation.

The installer has not changed but due to issues i've discovered, this installer must be used after 1st boot. My apologies to those affected.

shark

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the Macromedia Shockwave player link is down any chance of a repost?

Still can't find a working link to an installation of the shockwave player without Google, Yahoo, Autoupdate, etc. If there isn't a installer I will try to make an MSI by myself...

Please let me know.

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the Macromedia Shockwave player link is down any chance of a repost?

Still can't find a working link to an installation of the shockwave player without Google, Yahoo, Autoupdate, etc. If there isn't a installer I will try to make an MSI by myself...

Please let me know.

URL updated, see 1st post or use the link in my signature.

shark

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URL updated, see 1st post or use the link in my signature.

shark

GREAT GREAT GREAT :thumbup:thumbup:thumbup

Thanks shark!!!

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GREAT!!

But.. For our distribution I need the MSI. I cannot call the executable with a custom action within another MSI because the swInstaller.exe will extract to an MSI. I Believe that windows installer cannot handle 2 MSI's at the same time...

Do you also have the MSI or is there a way to "extract" the MSI from the swInstaller.exe?

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GREAT!! Do you also have the MSI or is there a way to "extract" the MSI from the swInstaller.exe?

no, but i can make you one ... get it from my repository

shark

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Shark, Thanx a lot I will test the MSI. If there are some issues, I'll let you know...

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