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Everything posted by RyanVM

  1. And you can try searching my forums. It's in there
  2. I forget, how long did it take for an unpatched XP install to be compromised when some people tried it? I know people have tested it in the past. Wasn't it on the order of seconds?EDIT: Nope, 20 minutes
  3. I'm guessing they're referring to the file itself. Did you hack it for a custom bootscreen and forget to modifyPE it or something?
  4. It hasn't been included in my pack for the last few versions, as the changelog on my site would have told you. And for the record, the addon on my site is just for WGA Validation (892130) now that Notification is no longer appearing on MU.
  5. Anyway, I'm guessing it's a bit late for Zane given that this thread was created nearly 18 months ago...
  6. Make sure that gidplus.man in that folder isn't compressed (doesn't end in .ma_) Now why that's happening, I don't know.
  7. And if all of those files were removed from the CD? Are you just supposed to pull them out of your a**?
  8. @ViVa - KB897338 But yeah, it's nothing new. It's been included since version 2.0.2 (January 2006)
  9. Interesting, I didn't realize that WGA Notifications got updated to 1.5.554
  10. nLite scans for removable components prior to the updated files being placed in i386, hence why the languages don't show up until the second. So yeah, basically your only option is to integrate the pack with the Integrator or nLite first and then go back and do your removals.
  11. Boo freakin' hoo. Saves 2-3MB off the final size of the CD (assuming you aren't removing any drivers)
  12. There's no reason for hotfixes to be installed in numerical order. I'm not really sure why the unattended guide says they should be.
  13. Why do people even bother with these posts? Seriously, I'd love to know.
  14. %windir%\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore\DataStore.edb
  15. You can try installing a hotfix which updates the USB drivers (such as KB918005). Otherwise, no. Live and learn.
  16. It's always a smart idea to attach your last_session.ini
  17. Touche my friend . But you do confirm my point that there's no simple way for someone to do it themself. Sorry Big Stu, but you're going to be dependent on someone else's work whether you like it or not .
  18. Sorry Big Stu, but there's no way to do it with nLite otherwise. IE6 doesn't have a native installer that allows for integration.
  19. There are a few utilities floating around that let you do that. Search the forums a bit
  20. hmm, working on an "If you removed IE Core with nLite, XPlode won't work!!!111" error message?
  21. It's been asked here many times already, and the answer is no.
  22. Whoever told you that is seriously misinformed
  23. According to the KB article, the XPSP2 issues associated with KB918899 will be addressed in the next cumulative IE update.

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