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Tomcat76

HFSLIP - Test releases

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If you have problems with Addons I need your txtsetup.sif as well.

So your problem with Windows Update is fixed?

WU does not work in the order to the end, because it updated files after starting. Was the new version accessible?

errrr5iy.th.gif

"Take the newest software of the extension WINDOWS UPDATE"

I send my txtsetup.sif in the attachment.

TXTSETUP.zip

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You need to remove the addon that contains "AEncoder.cab". Where did you download it from?

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You need to remove the addon that contains "AEncoder.cab". Where did you download it from?

I downloaded from here:

http://ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=23237#23237

The update went out today:

"

Silent update to 1.0b

-Changed one line in Entries_AudioEncoders.ini.

"

I also updated several different addons.I will write about the effect by in several hours.

dziubek

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I had problem with %maininf% in the textmode:

"Copying the file % maininf % it was not possible"

I again have the problem with framedyn.dll and srclient.dll.

Programmes from HFAAO were not installed...

dziubek

HFSLIP.LOG.zip

TXTSETUP.zip

WUfiles.zip

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hi guys!

pardon for getting off the topic ... but i recall having read here somewhere about some RyanVM remove components (addons) that i could use in HFSLIP to remove some windows components ...

i'd appreciate too if someone can give me tips to remove the ff via HFSCLEANUP way of course:

(1) MSN Explorer

(2) Tour

(3) MSN Messenger

(4) non-Eng languages

(5) non-Eng keyboards

thanks much!

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I had problem with %maininf% in the textmode:

"Copying the file % maininf % it was not possible"

By the look of it, the problem is with one of your addons. Find your Sysoc.inf file (sysoc.in_ compressed in your i386 dir) and check that, see if there are any weird errors in it also. "Slipstreams" such as these you have used arent a very good way to install a program because unless they are written perfectly, one single broken one will stop every single one of them from installing.

Have you tried all these updates in another program such as nLite to make sure its not just a HFSlip problem? What it looks like to me is one of those addon makers didnt specify the %maininf% properly in his entries_whatever.ini. I suppose you could extract all the cab files and search for %maininf% in them to see which ones use it, then check them for errors by hand. Even then, there are obviously more errors in the secondary inf files that are called in your sysoc file since its not installing any of them.

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Kiki - There are instructions for HFCLEANUP are here, click on the HFEXPERT link. You are on your own with XP, if you use all of the reducers, your installation may not work. There wasn't any want or need for reducing XP, so I decided not to create reducers for it. BTW, you could always NLITE the sourcess folder to remove things too.

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Kiki: I believe you were referring to Windows Messenger, not MSN Messenger. There is a difference. MSN Messenger is not installed by Windows Setup.

To prevent Windows Messenger from being installed, you can add an entry to the [Components] section of WINNT.SIF

[Components]
msmsgs=off

or you can create the following script and place it in HFSVCPACK.

@ECHO OFF
IF EXIST %SYSTEMROOT%\SYSTEM32\CMDOW.EXE cmdow @ /HID
CLS
SETLOCAL ENABLEEXTENSIONS ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
TITLE Windows Messenger Removal Script
ECHO.
ECHO Removing Windows Messenger...
START /WAIT RunDll32 %windir%\system32\advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\inf\msmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove
ECHO.
ECHO Windows Messenger successfully removed!
GOTO EOF

:EOF

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I had problem with %maininf% in the textmode:

"Copying the file % maininf % it was not possible"

Yes. That's because of that odyn1982_AudioUtilities_Addon_v1.0.cab addon.

Concerning your Windows Update problem...

I noticed that wuaucpl.cpl is being updated 13 minutes after the Windows Update files are integrated into the new source by HFSLIP. I suppose XPize is doing that as I can't imagine anything else running 13 minutes after new binaries are integrated.

Do you still have the WindowsUpdate.log file from a test installation of Windows? It is located inside C:\WINDOWS. Don't confuse it with "Windows Update.log":

WindowsUpdate.log = Windows Update

Windows Update.log = Windows Update Catalog

I need the first.

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I had problem with %maininf% in the textmode:

"Copying the file % maininf % it was not possible"

Yes. That's because of that odyn1982_AudioUtilities_Addon_v1.0.cab addon.

Would I write email to the author Addon but I do not know what to write so that he improves him ?

WindowsUpdate.log.txt

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The problem is not with the addon but with HFSLIP. Anyway, try the latest test release and include the addon. I fixed the problem and it seems that the odyn1982_AudioUtilities_Addon_v1.0.cab addon is handled properly now.

Is that the WindowsUpdate.log file from an installation that asks you to install the Windows Update Agent?

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The problem is not with the addon but with HFSLIP. Anyway, try the latest test release and include the addon. I fixed the problem and it seems that the odyn1982_AudioUtilities_Addon_v1.0.cab addon is handled properly now.

Is that the WindowsUpdate.log file from an installation that asks you to install the Windows Update Agent?

YES

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Strange. It should normally display a list of the files involved including their version numbers. Are you using Windows Update or Microsoft Update?

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Strange. It should normally display a list of the files involved including their version numbers. Are you using Windows Update or Microsoft Update?

Strange. I used HFSLIP _ 60420a.CMD and this file look differently.So as you wrote above.

I did not have any problems with the installation .

On first glance:

all ADDONS were installed, even Boooggy _ ASPI _ Addon.cab

I added 3 files:

1. WindowsUpdate1. log - after first logging in without starting WU

2. WindowsUpdate2.log - after first logging in and starting WU

3 WindowsUpdate3.log - next starting WU after the change LegitCheckControl.DLL

dziubek

WindowsUpdate.zip

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Windows Update is tripping over winhttp.dll. It is looking for it in the WINDOWS\system32 folder but it isn't there. Why?

Try putting your modified version of winhttp.dll into HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\ instead. Hopefully that helps. It needs to be version 5.1.2600.1366 or higher.

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Windows Update is tripping over winhttp.dll. It is looking for it in the WINDOWS\system32 folder but it isn't there. Why?

Try putting your modified version of winhttp.dll into HFEXPERT\WIN\system32\ instead. Hopefully that helps. It needs to be version 5.1.2600.1366 or higher.

I put Winhttp.dll(ver. 5.1.2600.2180) from mine installed at present Windows to \HFEXPERT\WIN\system32

and all works correctly. I don't have problem with WU any more :-)

I added files:

1. WindowsUpdate1. log - after first logging in without starting WU

2. WindowsUpdate2.log - after first logging in and starting WU

dziubek

WindowsUpdate1.log.txt

WindowsUpdate.log2.txt

HFSLIP.LOG.txt

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If everything is working correctly you don't need to attach any files... :)

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Is our final just about due yet? I'd like to see it by 6 pm EDT (I believe 11 PM your time) if possible as I'm going to be elsewhere after that.

Don't rush though :D

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If everything is working correctly you don't need to attach any files... :)

Fuss caused Winhttp.dll from WU (in the very old version) in HFSLIP\HFEXPERT\WIN . Will suffice him remove or put on the newer version . I apologize for fuss ;).

Do you plan to extend HFSLIP.LOG in the the closest time?

dziubek

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Extend with what? Background music? Ewa Demarczyk? :)

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Hi, I've just made a new iso.

1- UPHClean is correctly installed with latest (beta) version.

2- it seems some hotfixes did not get installed.

I attached some debugging infos.

Quick summary: XP SP1a, french, patched using HFSlip

-hfnetchk -f output

-mbsa scan

-list of files in SOURCESS\I386 in dir.txt (because I use nLite so some files could have been removed)

-hfslip.log (all critical updates and nearly all optionnal updates for XP SP1a mentionned in Tomcat's list)

-nLite's lastsession.ini

-one of the "missing" update was not present in HF but others were present

-I removed three hotfixes that aren't needed anymore.

Thanks for your help.

:}

debug.7z

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Extend with what? Background music? Ewa Demarczyk? :)

I thank for music, I am not interested :)

I thought about addition of such information:

*the time of the work HFSLIP

*the capacity of the catalogue Sourcess and SOURCE ( how much the percentage increased or reduced the installation)

This are loose the proposal. It depends only from You It will be introduced(added)

dziubek

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Camarade_Tux:

Did you run Windows Update on the installed system? Please report which hotfixes WU says aren't installed. Also, can you try installing without running nLite?

dziubek:

With DOS, it is not possible to calculate the time it took for HFSLIP to run with DOS, nor is it possible to calculate the percentage of increase/decrease for two folders.

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It is not possible to calculate the time it took for HFSLIP to run with DOS. It is also not possible to calculate the percentage of increase/decrease with DOS.

I did not know , I thank for the explanation .

dziubek

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@Camarade_Tux

KB912812 and KB911567 did not install because you removed the word "Windows" from their name.

The problem with KB911562 is a strange one. MBSA says that the version of dbnetlib.dll is less than expected, but that file is not part of the KB911562 package at all! I think it has to do with the two updates above but I'm not sure.

Please use the new final, HFSLIP_60422.

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