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dread

IE7 integration and DOS

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I know if you integrate IE7 you cannot install Windows XP from your harddrive. ADMPARSE.DLL.MUI and other files with filenames that are to long will prevent harddrive installations. Is there a work around for it? Any suggestions? I ran HFSLIP to integrate IE7 and HFSLIP does not have that file listed in the I386 directory. What is the difference between how nlite integrates IE7 and how HFSLIP integrates IE7? HFSLIP should be able to overcome the file length problem but it will not work with ryanvm xp sp2 update pack.

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Only winnt.exe method will have this issue, is it so hard to boot from a CD or run the setup with winnt32 from another Windows.

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Nuhi- No offense but its hella faster to install from HD. I believe last time I did it it was almost 2x faster.

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