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  1. Hi When installing Windows 7 from USB, does the installer search the USB-key for a folder with hotfixes in it? As you can see below, the installation process got a bullet point "Installing updates" I am asking because I would like to have a basic WIM-image on my USB, and then updates in an easily accessable folder. I know how to update the WIM-image with DISM, but this is not what I want: dism /image:"%MOUNT%" /Add-Package /PackagePath:"path\Updates" I got the following hotfixes, but where to put them?: Windows6.1-KB971468-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB972270-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB973525-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB974332-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB974431-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB974571-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB975467-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB975560-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB976098-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB977074-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB977165-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB978251-x86.msu Windows6.1-KB979099-x86.msu
  2. CheckUdisk reports this info about my DataTraveler 2.0: Name: DataTraveler 2.0 (USB2.0) Logic Driver: E:\ VID&PID: Vid_0930&Pid_6545 Speed: high speed VendorID: Kingston ProductID: DataTraveler 2.0 Product Revision: PMAP Vendor Description: Kingston Product Description: DataTraveler 2.0 Serial Number: 001D92AD6B725B8A0B060BFF A search for PID 0930 on flashboot.ru gives me several options: HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool 2.1.8 Rev. A (SP27608) Phison PS2233 v1.03.00 (PS2233, UP14-UP16) Phison ps2233-ps2237 v1.11
  3. This is the info I get from the tool Phison_PS2233-PS2237_v1.11\ MP2233_F1_B4_V111_00.exe : Processed: E: ====VED/PID======================= VED(0x0930), PID(0x6545) ====SCSI Inquiry Information====== Manufacturer ID: Kingston Product ID: DataTraveler 2.0 Inquiry Revision: PMAP ====USB Informations============== Manutacturer: Kingston Product: Datatraveler 2.0 S/N: 001D92AD6B725B8A0B060BFF ====Firmware Information========== Mode: 8 FCI:FC2 = FF : 01 MP ver: 225.04.00 And I still get this info from ChipGenious (Now with Chip Database Rev. 2009-10-07): Device Name: +[E:](Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 USB Device) PnP Device ID: VID = 8086 PID = 27CB Serial Number: 3&&33FD14CA&&0&&EB Revision: /PMAP Device Type: Generic USB Host Controller - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1) Chip Vendor: (No match record) Chip Part-Number: (No match record) Product Vendor: Kingston Product Model: DataTraveler 2.0 Tools on Web: (N/A) I am confused
  4. Well, this USB has been tooled with a bit. I have tried both BootIt v1.07, and vers. 0.2.2 af WinSetupFromUSB with GUI. But after another clean format in windows 7, to get one partition FAT32, i still get the same info from ChipGenius. Is there any way I could have tooled the VID and PID to be something false from the factory settings? I cannot remember from where this particular key was bought, but on the side it says: DTI / 4GB CH 102308 05381-015.A00LF 5V China
  5. I have been searching like a mad dog on both google and flashboot.ru, but apparently there are none Manufacturer's Tool for my USB-stickThe latest info I got from ChipGenius v3.00 with Chip Database Rev. 2009-09-26: Device Name: +[E:](Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 USB Device) PnP Device ID: VID = 8086 PID = 27CB Serial Number: 3&&33FD14CA&&0&&EB Revision: /PMAP Device Type: Generic USB Host Controller - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1) Chip Vendor: (No match record) Chip Part-Number: (No match record) Product Vendor: Kingston Product Model: DataTraveler 2.0 Tools on Web: (N/A) Thanks in advance for any help given! And if it helps; Windows 7 recognize the key as "Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 USB Device", and it is 3,77 GB formatted as FAT32.
  6. Windows Updates

    Typo corrected...
  7. HFSLIP - Test releases

    What is the status on the test release hfslip_beta_Jun6, has it reached a level of completion? It seems that IE8 can be fully integrated, and also the newest updates from WU - or how is it now?
  8. Windows Updates

    Does HFSLIP v1.7.8 still work with the newest updates listet on the list, i.e. IE8, or should I use the beta-version? To improve the GUI-experience, the following feature could be added, to avoid questions as the one I just gave you: Get HFSLIP to check two online RSS-files - one file with the current hotfix list, and one with the deprecated hotfixes. Then HFSLIP automatically check the subdirectories for hotfixes that the user intends to slipstream, and report if any updates are not included, and also report if deprecated ones are present. Just remember to include an option to skip the proces, if you want a specialized version to slipstream, and everybody will be happy
  9. Yes I saw your editing of #1, but it is very strange I still get the update on MU. I read the instructions on how to manually remove the .NET Framework Assistant for Firefox. Then I opened regedit, and browsed to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mozilla\Firefox\Extensions The funny thing is, that I have that key to begin with... I do not have the subkey {20a82645-c095-46ed-80e3-08825760534b}, but this REG_EXPAND_SZ -value: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mozilla\Firefox\extensions] "jqs@sun.com"=hex(2):43,00,3a,00,5c,00,50,00,72,00,6f,00,67,00,72,00,61,00,6d,\ 00,6d,00,65,00,72,00,5c,00,4a,00,61,00,76,00,61,00,5c,00,6a,00,72,00,65,00,\ 36,00,5c,00,6c,00,69,00,62,00,5c,00,64,00,65,00,70,00,6c,00,6f,00,79,00,5c,\ 00,6a,00,71,00,73,00,5c,00,66,00,66,00,00,00 The hex translates to "C:\Programmer\Java\jre6\lib\deploy\jqs\ff" The key and the value have probably been created by a Java Installer. Then MU might detect the Firefox\Extensions -key in my registry, and wants to install the hotfix KB963707 on my Pc - who knows Now I will try to remove the key, along with the .NET Framework extension files stated on the MS support-page. Rebooting.... Edit: After rebooting this Pc, Microsoft Update still wants to install the update KB963707, but failing to do so. It is strange, but I am now beginning to feel like it doesn't matter for me.
  10. Nevermind I do not even have Firefox installed - but stupid MU still annoy me with this update.
  11. No I haven't used SP0 since SP1 got released, and this is first time, I have run into problems. My testing system is however my primary Pc, and is has a lot of programs and hotfixes installed through WU/MU and the web. Later I will try to install KB963707 after a clean install of the Danish Silent Net Maker Synthesized packages on a clean Danish XP SP3 system, but since my primary Pc is also my only Pc at the moment, I need to wait until I get the time (and Pc) to do the testing. Sounds promising, that your script is working with the Spanish packages
  12. I did install my system with packages made by the latest version of batch, but now this new update, KB963707, cannot get installed on my system the normal way through Windows Update. Are the installations of .NET packages, made by this batch not pure? Or does anybody experience the same thing, when installing everything the normal way?
  13. In post #1 you ask for feedback - I LIKE YOUR BATCH I went on Microsoft Update just now, and there was a new hotfix. In Danish it says: KB963707 - Opdatering til .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 til .NET Framework Assistant 1.0 x86 (KB963707) It fixes some compability issues with Firefox. Can it be included in the silent net maker? We have great weather in Denmark, and today we did celebrate midsummer by having bonfire all over the country
  14. Hi My project is to make a USB flash stick with the following multiple boot options: 1) Windows XP (I have already an unattended version as *.iso intended for CD) 2) Ultimate Boot CD V5.0b12 (ubcd50b12.iso) 3) BackTrack v3 (bt3final_usb.iso) Since the Windows install is slow on FAT partitions compared to a partition with NTFS, and BackTrack needs to be on a FAT partition, a smart solution could be to split the drive in two partitions - just as ilko_t suggested in this post. The solution could be: First partition with NTFS contains Windows XP install files, and UBCD Second partition with FAT32 contains BackTrack So does anybody know how to create more partitions on a USB flash stick? A normal stick contains only one partition, and Windows XP does not support more than that. The dangerous tool BootIt v1.07 does not work on my USB stick (4 GB Kingston DataTraveler 2.0). The fact that the tool reports my sticks capacity as -221 MB, also indicates no support for my USB stick. Thanks
  15. Well that pretty much sums it up - I didn't even know about Hiren's I tested my USB stick, and UBCD is now my new favourite tool beside of reinstall - thx again