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DaveXP

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  1. Only WinRAR can only these files i ill repac them as a .zip try now
  2. Here is the script with all new fixes final test. Removed and also here is a script just for slipstreaming SP1\SP2 and the Roll Up + Does hotfixes for the [GuiRunOnce] section. Removed Please do Right Click>Save As Target.
  3. if they is anything else anyone would like me to add please let me know.
  4. SR1 does not support Slipstreaming like SP1 or SP2 so it should be like this. :CONTINUE TITLE Slipstreaming SR1 ECHO Please Place the Update Rollup 1 (KB826939) in the root of the xpsetup folder ECHO before continuing with this script and rename it to SR1.exe. PAUSE ECHO Extracting SR1 Update start /wait xpsetup\SR1.exe -Q -X:SR1 ECHO Extraction Of SR1 Completed ECHO SlipStreaming SR1 KB826939 ECHO Please Wait... DEL XPCD\i386\accwiz.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\crypt32.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\cryptsvc.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\hh.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\hhctrl.oc_ DEL XPCD\i386\hhsetup.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\html32.cn_ DEL XPCD\i386\itircl.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\itss.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\locator.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\magnify.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\migwiz.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\mrxsmb.sy_ DEL XPCD\i386\msconv97.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\narrator.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\newdev.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\ntdll.dll DEL XPCD\i386\ntkrnlmp.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\ntoskrnl.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\ole32.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\osk.ex_ DEL XPCD\i386\pchshell.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\raspptp.sy_ DEL XPCD\i386\rpcrt4.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\rpcss.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\shdocvw.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\shell32.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\shmedia.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\srrstr.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\srv.sy_ DEL XPCD\i386\sysmain.sd_ DEL XPCD\i386\urlmon.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\user32.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\win32k.sy_ DEL XPCD\i386\winsrv.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\zipfldr.dl_ DEL XPCD\i386\SVCPACK.IN_ XCOPY "SR1\SP2\" "XPCD\i386\" /H /S /Q /Y /E XCOPY "sif\DOSNET.INF" "XPCD\i386\" /H /S /Q /Y /E XCOPY "sif\SVCPACK.INF" "XPCD\i386\" /H /S /Q /Y /E RMDIR /S /Q SR1 ECHO Complete.... GOTO CONTINUE ECHO. All files are in the right place and you have an old version because it has Extra Files folder. you are right about the RMDIR /S /Q SR1 that has been fixed.(Thanks for pointing that out) The extra line has been added to the script. Thanks for the error report and the winnt sif make has been fixed. i will relase another version later today with final fixes before i realse the final version tonight
  5. if someone has a problem with you tell them to get the f*** out of your post and tell them to shut the f*** up. That is wat i would do. People find your post interesting which is good if someone's being a twat just forget about them.
  6. Check windows update to see if it there if so download it again and restart your machine
  7. my web host changed the agrrement and i did like it so i removed my site untile i get a new host winzone.netfirms.com you can see it there
  8. i have that error with Kazaa, Uninstall and reinstall it should fix it.
  9. Here is the iTunes Theme for people who like it. ITunes Theme I also like it its a nice refreshment from Windows Media Player 9
  10. i thought i was going mad to when i saw it was gone.
  11. the readme will be on here when i do the final version and the reason why stuff is missing is something to do with WinRAR dont do its job. Here is a new version as i found that some stuff is not write with the SR1 bit. Please do save as target for this one to download
  12. you two have the same as me even the logs are the same but if you check file version and file dates it shows that the Rol=Up is installed.
  13. by the way you missed out the [] on the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110 it should look like this [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110]
  14. This is my Final Beta Version so i need all problems to come to light. in this version you MUST have the following stuff for it to work >Windows XP Roll Up One >Windows XP SP1 or SP2 These programs are supported (i will add more later) >DirectX 9b >Dot NET Framework v1.1 >MSN Messenger 6 >Windows Media Player 9 >Registry Tweaks the rest is shown on screen when running the script. Unattended_Script.rar
  15. do the files need to be extracted first. if they do then you need to sets of commands if not they only need one. e.g. if needed to be extracted HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110 "1"="C:\\Install\\MozillaFirebird\\MozillaFirebird.exe/extraction switch" @="Extracting MozillaFirebird" HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110 "1"="C:\\Install\\MozillaFirebird\\MozillaFirebird.exe/mzfb" @="MozillaFirebird" e.g. if not needed to be extracted HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110 "1"="C:\\Install\\MozillaFirebird\\MozillaFirebird.exe/mzfb" @="MozillaFirebird"
  16. do the files need to be extracted first? if so then you need to add a line to extract and then another lne to run setup.exe. e.g. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110 "1"="C:\\Install\\MozillaFirebird\\MozillaFirebird.exe/mzfb" @="Extracting MozillaFirebird" HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runonce\zz110 "1"="C:\\Install\\MozillaFirebird\\MozillaFirebird.exe/s" @="MozillaFirebird"
  17. to extract yes but then it needs to be run so add another one of those to run it after it is extracted from the zip file
  18. there are trial version going around use goolge to find it.
  19. Thanks for the info but i did a complete format of all My PC's the other day and its fixed.
  20. i dont know about the deployment guide as i used AaronXP's guide which was great and very easy to understand but if you have be using it and thats what you think then test in BUT test it in VMWARE or VirtualPC not on your Home PC.
  21. the C:\ is where the setup files are loacted when setup up your programs after the install of windows is finshed so when you run setup it copys them from the CD so it is for when they are coped from the CD to the HDD to be installed after Windows Setup.
  22. @GreenMachine. i can give you a link but unless you are a registered OEM with Microsoft then you cant use it. Windows Media Player 9 Series and Windows Movie Maker 2.0 OEM Preinstallation for Windows XP
  23. Information on WMP9 opk and MM2 opk from the Microsoft OEM builders web site. and yes there is a combanine version of them. Adding Windows Movie Maker 2.0 to a Preinstallation of Windows XP In the Windows XP preinstallation kit, there is an additional package that may be used to install Windows Movie Maker 2.0. To install only Windows Movie Maker 2.0, use the Setup.exe package found in the MM2 folder under the various language folders. Use the following command line options when running setup.exe to invoke an unattended mode setup. "Setup.exe /Q:A /R:N" (without the quotation marks) Adding Windows Media Player 9 Series and Windows Movie Maker 2.0 to a Preinstallation of Windows XP In the Windows XP Windows Media Player 9 Series and Movie Maker 2.0 preinstallation kit, there are additional packages that may be used to install both Windows Media Player 9 Series and Windows Movie Maker 2.0 in one install. WMP9_MM2.exe found under the WMP9_MM2 folder on the CD installs both Windows Media Player 9 Series and Windows Movie Maker 2.0. It defaults to a silent installation with no user interface. It requires no additional command-line parameters when invoked. Customizing Windows Media Player You can do the following to modify the Windows Media Player installation: + Provide one or more custom visual styles, or "skins." + Configure Windows Media Player to use your custom skin as the default. + Set Windows Media Player as the default for automatically playing DVDs (DVD AutoPlay). + Enable MP3 encoding in Windows Media Player. + Remove visible entry points to Windows Media Player, as specified in the "Removing Access to Windows Components" topic of the Windows OPK. Designing Custom Skins for Windows Media Player A skin is a customized user interface that overlays Windows Media Player when the player is in skin mode. To see Windows Media Player in skin mode, start the Player and press CTRL+2. Windows Media Player is available with many skins that users can choose from, and you also can develop and distribute your own skins. For more information about creating skins, see the Windows Media Player Software Development Kit (SDK) at the MSDN® Web site (http:// msdn.microsoft.com/windowsmedia/). For cobranding opportunities, send an e-mail message to wmpoem@microsoft.com. To make custom skins available in Windows Media Player Create a skin as described in the Windows Media Player Software Development Kit. Copy the skins to the %systemdrive%\Program Files\Windows Media Player\Skins folder, where %systemdrive% is the drive that contains the Windows installation files. To set the default skin for Windows Media Player: Create a skin, as described in the Windows Media Player Software Development Kit. Copy the skin to the %systemdrive%\Program Files\Windows Media Player\Skins folder, where %systemdrive% is the drive that contains the Windows installation files. On the destination computer, use Registry Editor or another registry editing tool to open the registry. Caution: Incorrectly editing the registry may severely damage your system. Before making changes to the registry, you should back up any valued data on the computer. Set the value of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Preferences\OEMSkin to the file name of your skin (for example, Oem.wmz). Setting Windows Media Player as the Default DVD Player If another program is already installed and set as the default playback program for DVDs, you can edit the registry to specify Windows Media Player as the default player for DVDs. To set Windows Media Player as the default DVD player: On the destination computer, use Registry Editor or another registry editing tool to open the registry. Caution: Incorrectly editing the registry may severely damage your system. Before making changes to the registry, you should back up any valued data on the computer. Set the value of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DVD\Shell\Play\Command to "%systemdrive%\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe" /device:DVD "%L", where %systemdrive% is the drive that contains the Windows installation files. Enabling MP3 Encoding for Windows Media Player Windows Media Player supports MP3 encoding. To enable the Windows Media Player to encode MP3 files, you need to license an MP3 encoder, install the encoder, and then change registry settings. To set Windows Media Player for MP3 Encoding: On the destination computer, use Registry Editor or another registry editing tool to open the registry. Caution: Incorrectly editing the registry may severely damage your system. Before making changes to the registry, you should back up any valued data on the computer. Open the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Settings\MP3Encoding Set the following values: DWORDLowRate Value <datarate> DWORD LowRateSample Value <Sample> DWORD MediumRate Value <datarate> DWORD MediumRateSample Value <Sample> DWORD MediumHighRate Value <datarate> DWORD MediumHighRateSample Value <Sample> DWORD HighRate Value <datarate> DWORD HighRateSample Value <Sample> String PreferredCodec Value <codec name> For example, to set the LowRate to 56 kilobits per second (Kbps), set the following keys: HKLM,"%KEY_WMP%\Settings\MP3Encoding","LowRate",0x00010001,56000 HKLM,"%KEY_WMP%\Settings\MP3Encoding","LowRateSample",0x00010001,24000 HKLM,"%KEY_WMP%\Settings\MP3Encoding","PreferredCodecName",,"A MPEG Layer-3 Codec" HKLM,"%KEY_WMP%\Settings\MP3Encoding","PreferredCodecPath",,"D:\WINDOWS\system32\aMP3codecfile.acm" Note: Where ,"%KEY_WMP% = Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer The value for PreferredCodec is limited to 255 characters. Removing Windows Media Player Shortcuts On Windows XP Service Pack 1a (SP1a) and Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later, you can remove visible entry points to Windows Media Player. For examples of this, see the "Removing Access to Windows Components" topic of the Windows XP SP1a OPK.
  24. this method as after as i know cannot be used the way you are trying to do i would think if it was possiable to use the winnt.sif for it, it would look like that. C:\\Install\\DirectX9b\\dxsetup.exe /opk just change that bit to fit your needs, this bit is for the path of the files which you want to install e.g.D:\\Install\\DirectX9b\\dxsetup.exe /opk see the difference. DirectX 9b is the bit you change to get a different name to apper on screen.


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