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  1. Hi lcbing, File: windowsxp-kb892130-enu-x86.exe Version: (v1.7.0069.2) Date: 16/april/2008 - 02:23:22 AM Size: 1,07 MB (1.131.560 bytes) CRC32: DB3F4299 MD5: 17AC547BD8B2D42770EC4CC766A6BA3B SHA1: 72E487D115BE77F49F64053893A23ECB58BC59CB Here is the link that you are looking for: http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2008/04/windowsxp-kb892130-enu-x86_72e487d115be77f49f64053893a23ecb58bc59cb.exe I am like you: - I hate cab files! Regards, Anderton.
  2. Hi kd6aaj, You don’t need this update KB872789 because it will not replace the target file in your system. At least if you have installed the Security Update KB925902 (Microsoft Security Bulletin MS07-017) Vulnerabilities in GDI Could Allow Remote Code Execution (925902) http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS07-017.mspx Download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=F82EA184-945F-4B78-9463-10AC20A75020&displaylang=en Your intended hotfix contains this file: That is earlier than KB925902: Check your system and verify the version of your file. Possibly your problems could not be related to this archive. Regards, Anderton.
  3. Hi, If you install the new IE7 download file, you won't have any problem with the RunOnceEX. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b I install IE7 with "Svcpack" (T-13) and I have "RunOnceEX" working as expected. You can install the IE7 updates via "RunOnceEX". Windows will just update the IE7 EXE file after the installation finish; this is why the updates for Internet Explorer can't be installed in the same stage as the program. Forgive my English. Good luck, Anderton.
  4. Hi. If you want that your file "WINNT.SIF" works with the [Components] Section, you will have to change the [unattended] Section. The [unattended] Section must be set to these options in the "WINNT.SIF": 1º) Fully automated [Unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OR 2º) Hidden pages [Unattended] UnattendMode=DefaultHide Only with the options above the [Components] Section will take effect. Regards, Anderton.
  5. Hi, Here is the "Portuguese Brazilian" link: Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications v1.7.18.7 [KB905474] Portuguese Brazilian (Português do Brasil) [Language ID = 1046] http://au.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3-19990518/cabpool/windowsxp-kb905474-ptb-x86_c590f27219b3b62c7b5e0fc6de432a6442dbe274.exe You can use "CMDLINES.TXT", or "SVCPACK.INF", or "RunOnceEx" to install this executable file. Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Tool v1.7.59.1 [KB892130] Only available in English, but it is prepared to work with all languages. http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3-19990518/cabpool/windowsxp-kb892130-enu-x86_eebc1bd82ff4bc7b8eb46773704ffd5f8eef14aa.exe Best regards, Anderton.
  6. SOURCE http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943452/EN-US/ DOWNLOAD http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=022bb910-c191-43f0-bed8-33ae04e9ce93 I didn't test this solution yet. Best regards, Chads.
  7. Hi, I’m having a problem with the original Date & Time stamp of the files when the Windows XP finishes the installation. It insists in use the Date and Time stamp of the compression cabinet file, instead of the correctly Date & Time of the file inside the CAB. This strange behavior occurs when I use nLite (and with HFSLIP). So I decided to do a single test manually and this is what happened: OS: a-) CD Original Windows XP SP2 Professional (untouched) b-) CD Original Windows XP Professional with SP2 slipstreamed (just integrated the SP2) Files added manually by SVCPACK: 1-) WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe [sVCPACK folder] 2-) "wsus3setup.cat" [sVCPACK folder] 3-) "wuauserv.dll" [i386 folder] (because the patch doesn't update this file in any case). 4-) "DOSNET.INF" and "svcpack.inf" [i386 folder] Tools Used (obs. The last three programs generate bit identical compressed files): I-) MS Cabinet Maker - Version 5.1.2600.2180 – from Windows XP SP2 II-) MS Cabinet Maker - Version 5.00.2134.1 – from Windows 2000 SP4 III-) MS Cabinet Maker - Version 6.0.6000.16386 – from Windows Vista Home Premium IV-) PowerArchiver 2007 - Version – using the CAB compression LZX (Maximum) If you "EXPAND" (expand -r ) or unpack with "7zip" these two mentioned files "WUAUSERV.DL_" and "WSUS3SETUP.CA_", you can see that they were correctly compressed with the last three above tools (the program number one v5.1.2600.2180 mistakenly uses file creation time instead of last modification time by default). But when I install the Windows CD I find these Dates & Time (cabinet compression date & time): However I should see these Dates & Time if the Windows Installation Program correctly decompresses the files. I already search all over the Net including this forum and "RyanVM.net Discussion Board". Nothing works because the problems of other people were related to the use of the bad version of Makecab, but this is not my case and this behavior occurs with all nLite Integrated Files (or with HFSLIPed files too). 1-) Concluding, my question is: Why the Windows XP is using the Date & Time stamp of the Cabinet modification instead of using the correctly unpacked (decompressed) file with its original Date & Time stamp? 2-) Is there anything that I can change in the Windows installation procedure to obligate the program to decompress the files with the right Date and Time Stamp? Thanks in advanced! And forgive my bad English. Have a nice day. Anderton.

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