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Shark007

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  1. here you go. tested and functioning fine. It needs to reside in the system32 directory on 64bit windows. shark pthreadGC2.x64.7z
  2. some people still use XP? and yes, you're right, it is a modern environment variable my alternate suggestion would be %appdata%\Adobe shark
  3. The 7z sfx should be directed to extract (cache) the installation files to %programdata%\Adobe and not deleted. This will help with user rights access issues / self repair of MSI installations / svcpack compatibility shark
  4. excellent researchand an 'idea' I would support. shark
  5. my two cents worth ... good move mickmack. In my experience svcpack compatibility for MSI based installers is achieved by caching the install files before installation and not having them removed by the sfx method of repakaging/re-distribution. shark
  6. I suggest a 'corporate version', all the tweaks, no removals. shark
  7. IMO form filling is a priorty, it should stay. EDIT1: in todays world of terabyte drives etc etc, size does not matter so much. The Lite'ening of this product has more to do with RogerDB's sentiments posted HERE. There are few people with actual concerns of hdd space. MANY people are concerned about background processes running without any way of stopping them. Please keep this in mind when trying to make the product as small (in bytes) as possible. EDIT2: I have read the comments on the internet by small minds comparing 20 MB to 25 MB etc etc Ignore these people. This Lite product isnt for them. They have no idea whats running in the background, and never will. Those with real knowledge seek this product for the reasons posted above in EDIT1 shark
  8. RogerDB, thanks for sharing your opinion. i agree with everything you have said here. Also, the fact that your post is well thought out and presented shows, you care about this project. to add, you went through the hassle of registering on this forum simply to share you opinion. My hat is off to you, I truly appreciated reading your post. shark
  9. It is a new feature aspect of 9.1 that is why my version doesn't have it.shark
  10. 3D is one of the removed components. You will need to create your own Lite version using the tutorial or install the full version. shark
  11. comparing the size of the MSI from one version to the next is pointless. My original tutorial was complete. It had all the steps taken to create a Lite version. I am quite satisfied that XhmikosR has successfully created a 9.1 Lite version worthy of re-distribution. I will private message contact information to XhmikosR so that MajorGeeks can begin public re-distribution. shark
  12. I moved the relevent posts to its own thread. I hope this hasnt inconvenienced you. This gives you access to the 1st post allowing you to edit important information such as download URL's etc. XhmikosR, glad to see you're making an effort to pick this up, i hope you keep it up ... shark
  13. I like simple and this is as easy as it gets. Nice posting elajua. shark
  14. TAKE NOTICE Once there is a consensus by the msfn community that a viable 9.1 Lite (english) version is worthy of public re-distribution, MajorGeeks.com will re-distribute it as a replacement to my previous work giving the new author full credit. You are probably aware, this is a high profile release and extremely sought after. I am in no hurry to authorize MajorGeeks to take up this release. I will wait to see comments from seasoned msfn members before I make this move. Good Luck. shark
  15. I also missed this feature. I found it useful in a directory of many files to assist selecting those I wanted.I am glad to see the function back, and glad to hear my clicks on that link arent being ignored. Excellent idea the send feedback button, easy to use too. shark
  16. Since I am the developer on the Win7codecs . . . I have to denounce those promoting thier favorite codec packs (cccp and klite) What exactly do you consider compatible? The fact that it didnt crash upon installation? I challenge you: On a clean installation of Windows 7, no codecs installed - test M2TS playback - works nice huh Install your favorite codec pack, uninstall that codec pack test M2TS again Now go ask your favorite codecpack developers how do you get M2TS working again after removing thier pack. The main reason I bring this up is that people like to try things. They try these codecpacks. They try my codec pack and complain to me that M2TS doesnt work. I have to inform them that the other codecpacks destroyed thier system and installing my codecs wont fix that destruction. To the best of my knowledge you have to format and clean install to get Windows 7 M2TS native support working again. This isnt so much directed at cccp because they havent claimed thier pack was Win7 compatible but Klite has claimed it was compatible since version 4.5.3 .. 17 revisions ago! shark
  17. In my experience random reboots are often a hardware issue. My 1st guess is overclocking, poor BIOS settings, RAM settings to high (try default settings until you solve the issue) 2nd guess, improper cpu cooling/heatsink plugged and rarely, PCI card positioning, relocating the cards sometimes fixes it. shark
  18. +1upgrades suck. period. They are far from efficient. Doesnt matter if the installer is MSI, Inno, whatever. I have tracked many issues to an 'upgrade scenario', They dont remove files and Registry Keys properly. This attitude is for all software, not just operating systems. Uninstall previous versions - Install 'clean' programs - you will get what the developer meant you to get. shark
  19. to playback DVD's all that is required is CLVSD.AX I dont know about the file from version9, I havent tested it If you take the file from version8, you may also need to install some runtimes to get it to register. Take the file from version7 and all will be fine. you may also consider the MSFN XP codec pack in the sticky's above this topic area. It includes the dvd decoder file and is quite a minimalistic package. shark
  20. Just to inform others - I have stopped producing Lite versions of this product. MSFN is loaded with capable people. I have posted a basic tutorial in this thread and anyone is welcomed to pick it up where I left off. I just do not have the time to continue it myself. shark
  21. I'm a dialup user. In build 7000, IE8 is so slow I no longer try to use the internet with Windows 7. I am use to waiting for things to load, but this is ridiculous. by the way, I clear my cache often, it isnt affecting my judgement here. My PC multiboots 4 different OS so I boot up Vista If I need to go on the net. shark
  22. interesting. i tried the combined community codec pack and when i tried to play mkv, the system would blue screen. The Win7codecs release by me. The Win7codecs package which I have created does not change or interfere with what Microsoft has going on concerning native codec support in Windows Media Player 12 and Media Center. DXVA accelerated H264 playback is provided by the codec package for all other capable players. sorry for this shameless plug. shark
  23. This is not nessasarily the opinion of MSFN.org I have reviewed the Mozillazine forum comments. I personally state, I do not have issue with this redistribution/repackaging of freely available wares. I know it breaks several eula's concerning redistribution/repackaging... but that statement applies to more than 95% of all 'repacks' found here on MSFN. To those messging me to take down this release, i won't do it unless it includes payware. shark

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