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Nlite does not remove addons of the files svcpack.in_

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When it removes the programs addons of the list of hotfix and updates the nlite does not remove of the archive svcpack.in_ continues adding more programs.

My list add-ons Programs ( 9 programs )

nlite0ur.png

My svcpack.in_

[Version]Signature="$Windows NT$"

MajorVersion=5

MinorVersion=1

BuildNumber=2600

[setupData]

CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCPACK"

[ProductCatalogsToInstall]

[setupHotfixesToRun]

addonProgramMSN75.exe

addonupdate.exe

VistaUltimate.exe /VERYSILENT /SP-

googledesktop.exe

nero7203b.exe

Oem.exe

ProgramAddonsMplayer10-A.exe

QuickLaunchBar.exe

office2003_QB.exe

00dNET11.exe

00dNET20.exe

AddonCcleaner.exe

AddonFreeDownloadManager.exe

AddonGoogleDesktopSearch.exe

AddonMP11.exe

Addonboot.exe

addonboot.exe

quicklaucher.exe

addonVisual.exe

AddonUpdate06062006.exe

addonbootSmyle.exe

BootwatchSP2.exe

AddonMSNLIVE80.exe

ADDONUPDATE06062006.exe

[CatalogHeader]

; Customized by nLite - www.nliteos.com

( 25 programs ) :(

Programs that had been removed still are in the archive.

sorry my english ir poor

Edited by {_carnificina_}
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By default, nlite doesn't say that addons etc are already in your source, it only shows new ones added in your current session.

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I understood

More svcpack could remove these programs not to create problems alem not to remove it also does not erase the removed programs of the list of hotfix of the folder.

would be interesting the nlite to make this what it finds?

since nowadays this part is used very to add add-ons programs.

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Whoooops, sorry; wrong thread.

Edited by sadseh
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Yah but it would be hard because you don't just get switchlesses and hotfixes but cat files etc as well. But it wouldn't be too hard for it to only search *.exe or look at svcpack.inf instead of svcpack\

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