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Tomcat76

HFSLIP - Test releases

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Report : using latest, then using nLite, I only have one MDAC update missing. HFNetChk complains about dpnetlib.dll and the two missing reg keys I reported just before (and of course, two file versions greater than expected. :P )

Thanks a lot for all your help. :thumbup

Also, I've found that you can remove all kernel files in I386 except ntkrnlmp.exe. They are copied from driver.cab in fact (you can read they are being copied at the end of textmode just like usual).

Don't proceed as nLite does. Just delete them by hand from I386. You see : click, Del.

It spared 2.7MB in my ISO : 118MB and all updates thank to you all. :woot:*

edit: I installed windows in VMware on both 1 and 2 processors. And from the task manager (the one from host), I can say the two processors of my P4D were used at all stages of install.

//now I have to leave this sweet P4D, 300Go RAID, for my poor laptop with a half-dead hard disk. :snif:

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@murvun...

Try the latest. Hope it helps...

HFNetChk complains about dpnetlib.dll and the two missing reg keys I reported just before
I included the two missing reg keys you mentioned so how come HfNetChk still isn't happy? You said that's all that's needed...
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Maybe I wasn't using the good one. After 12 isos, I was quite tired.

From HFSLIP.LOG : "HFSLIP Version - 60423c"

Was it already implemented ?

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From HFSLIP.LOG : "HFSLIP Version - 60423c"

Was it already implemented ?

No. It was implemented in 60423d and refined in 60423e.
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Tomcat76: used HFSLIP_60423g.CMD and have no cpi cpl conflict!

thanx! have a nice week!

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Tomcat76: used HFSLIP_60423g.CMD and have no cpi cpl conflict!

thanx! have a nice week!

That's good news. You have a nice week too. :)
As I can't do a new iso, can you tell me what to change in hfslip's infs ?
Add this to HFSLIPWU.INF:
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\Windows XP\SP2\KB833987","Type",0,Update
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\Windows XP\SP2\KB914798","Type",0,Update

You can put it at the bottom.

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I am consistently in awe of the incredible support in this community. HFSLIP rules!

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Another option is to create an INF and throw it into the hfsvcpack folder too.

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Hello everybody!

I'm not sure whether I'm writing in a right place, but...

I am confused about couple of hotfixes for WinXP which are not listed on the Tomcat's page. These are:

KB319740

KB884883

KB885222

KB885626-v2

KB886677

KB886716-v2

KB887797

KB889527-v3

KB889673

KB890831

KB893357

KB894391

KB896427-v3

KB896626

KB897663

KB898900-v2

KB900930

KB905915

KB906569

KB907265

KB907865

KB908521

KB913538

KB914798

KB914841

KB917425

What about them? Are they unnecessary? What should I do with them?

I should point that many of them are from posts of dziubek on the one of polish forums.

Of course I am considering polish versions of WinXP and hotfixes.

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The hotfix lists are based on what appears on Windows Update. Most of the updates you mention are only available from the MS Download Center.

These should be OK but are untested (some are actually useful, haha):

KB319740-v5

KB884883-v8

KB885222-v2

KB886677

KB886716-v2

KB889527-v3

KB889673

KB890831

KB893357-v2

KB896626-v2

KB897663

KB898900-v2

KB906569-v2

KB907265

KB907865

KB908521

KB913538

KB914841

These are for XPSP1:

KB885626-v2

KB914798

These are superseded:

KB887797

KB894391

KB900930

KB905915

KB917425

Not sure:

KB896427-v3

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Thank you for your reply.

So I deleted these hotfixes form my HF folder:

These are for XPSP1:

KB885626-v2

KB914798

These are superseded:

KB887797

KB894391

KB900930

KB905915

KB917425

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About 896427:

It is current for Windows XP SP1 and SP2.

the_guy

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The hotfix

KB908531-v2-x86

for W2K and WXP has been updated to revision v2.

The previously built in addons in hfslip are now in the patch and can be removed from hfslip.

ThunderM

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Quite honestly... I'm not sure I understand what you mean. HFSLIP adds a line into TXTSETUP.SIF and DOSNET.INF to copy over verclsid.exe which is a new file. Secondly, support was added for the ASMS subfolder (which is needed for XPSP1). As far as I can see, both "fixes" are still needed for KB908531-v2...

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hi ... i've been offline for quite a while that is why i was enthusiastic to get back online to see if there would have been updates ... :P

i was to report a probem with integrating UPHClean.msi as even if verified its presence in I386/SVCPAK directory, it seemed not to be installed as i see numerous warnings in the Event Viewer about problems with unloading profile/s ... i ended up installing the msi within Windows & not a single warning related to profiles didn't show anymore ... i browsed the thread quite swiftly & encountered somewhere that it has already been addressed with the newer vers ...

i already downloaded the latest ver & couldn't wait to create new builds later ...

HFSLIP is just so addictive that i always want to make new builds with the new versions that come up ... HFSLIP just grows on you! :w00t:

@ Super-Magician

sir, it was a typo on my part ... i really meant Windows Messenger ... my bad ... i tried equating it to offs (& some other apps) via the winnt.sif to no effect ... i used nLite instead ... thanks!

@tommyp

sir, i already read the HFEXPERT guide & apparently, most of what's posted are for Win2K ... as such I ended up using nLite instead ... i just wish there were more support for WinXP in terms of removing some other built-in apps ... i'm not demanding though for such ... it would just have been easier ... using nLite addresses such concern ... i am just wishing though to just have everything done the HFSLIP way (loyalty i guess :) ... thanks!

@Tomcat76

sir, i have encountered once again the popup for a missing file: "kbdbhc.dll" (pls see attachments) while in the installation process ... although it would be easy to resolve, browsing for the said file just somehow affects the intent to end up with less manual browsing ... i wonder what happens during HFSLIPstreaming that the file ends up misplaced ... or that the path the installation follows is different from where the file is exactly located ... thanks!

btw, sirs is there a log that is generated by the entire HFSLIP process (aside from the HFSLIP.log)? ... you see it would be very informative to see what exactly is happening (even if these were just scripts running)

further, 1 particular update KB888111 (High Def audio) doesn't seem to install if placed in the HF folder ... i found out about this while running the qfecheck tool ... it does though when placed in the HFSVCPAK dir as it install at T-13 ... just mentioning in passing ...

also, XPize does not silently install despite the xpize.txt in HFTOOLS dir ...

may i just ask, it is necessary to place an expand.exe in the HFTOOLS dir (as i think i read about it somewhere here if replaced) ... although HFSLIP works excellent for me even without it ... i tried adding expand.exe & it only gave me an error which i failed to note down ... :(

i have no doubt that HFSLIP can handle .msi apps but in terms of installing these in the sys, does HFSLIP handle the otehr .msi files other than UPHClean & msxml?

eagerly awaiting for your feedback again ...

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This is a new file that comes with one or more of the hotfixes you add on top. Can you tell me where that file ends up on the system? Is it the SYSTEM32 directory?

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I searched around a bit and KB897338 contains this file. HFSLIP needs to be updated for it. Is this a hotfix you're including?

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hi sir!

you mean the "kbdbhc.dll"?

let me double check that when i get home :) ... but during the install, HFSLIP looks for it in the root of D while it resides in the I386 dir ...

thanks for the quick reply!

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btw, i show here that you guys (Tomcat76, dziubek) are still online ...

do you guys ever sleep! ;)

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I just woke up... It's 6:30am here... :)

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good morning then sir!Ü

it's almost 1pm here in the Philippines!

i was just a bit surprised as when i go online, there's usually nobody around

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Does anybody know if I can slipstream visual packs other than XPize into XP ?

Here's a list : http://packs.bricomix.net/index.php

(all packs listed use the same type of installer)

And a french description of new installers : http://bricomix.net/packs.php

hi Camarade Tux!

i checked on the link & some of these look cool ...

looking at the screenshots, would these be avail in Eng ver?

oh i remember, has anybody already answered you about integrating the files?

can we?

thanks!

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