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Posts posted by SebhaMate

  1. @DarkShadows thank you for your reply

    when tried install the MSDownloads.exe in real pc not the VM with unatteneded istallduring T-13 from CMDLINES.TXT it worked well & let me istall WMP with silent install /Q & bypass GENU check & also i can update from Microsoft Sites with no problems

    & checked the autoexec file properties in IE found ok not damaged

    * i'll try to chech again the batch file thankyou

    @ andrewcrawford

    try download it from


  2. thank you for this great job

    it worked well and i test the work in my Virtual PC WinProSp3

    i tried to in WMPlayer v11 it is install well & also Ie7

    But when i open up "Downloaded Program Files" folder & check the properties of installed

    activex controllers they were damaged

    i do not know what is the cause

    i like working on batch files & likes to analyze

    big batch files like yours

    i found this simple unnoticed error but it does noting for the job

    in MSDBuild.cmd file there is unneeded line i think


    Set "#Cutoff_Version="


    %Msg% Extract KB905474 WGA Notifications

    %Msg% ... !Time!: Looking for KB905474 WGAN download or payload...

    For %%W In ("%DownloadDir%\*KB905474*.exe") Do (

    Set "WGAN_FileName=%%~nxW"

    Set "WGAN_Folder=%DownloadDir%\%%~nW"


    If Not Defined WGAN_FileName (

    Set ErrLvl=Warning

    %Msg% .-- !Time!: WARNING: KB905474 WGA Notifications update missing, skipping...


    ******%Msg% +++ !Time!: Extract KB905474 WGA Notifications complete.******

    Goto :EOF

    thank you again very very much

  3. thankyou for your effort

    from the 56k.reg file

    here is i think your sid

    [HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-1482476501-602162358-682003330-500\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings]



    is that attanded?

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