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  1. Hi everybody. Has anyone had sucess slipstreaming the latest rootsupd.exe ? I took it from tomcat76 (its rootsupd version 14, we can see it in rootsupd.inf inside the exe file) and deployed it in HF together with the other KBxxxxx patches, but after my install is done and I get to windows update it still says I need to update root certificates. I am using hfslip 1.6.5 build 71025 , and I am slipstreaming W2k + SP4 + all patches + IE 6, if it makes a difference. One thing that crosses my mind is if by any reason the rootsupd.exe content is being overwritten by IE 6, for example, something that we would solve maybe by renaming the rootsupd.exe to something that would be listed on the bottom? I dont see any note saing that rootsupd should be placed somewhere else... Any clues? Thanks
  2. Any reason why one would still get the "root certificates update" in windowsupdate? I've placed this root update ( renamed to rootsupd.exe ) inside HF cab as normal, but it seems it is not getting hfslipped.
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    Windows 2000 (all)

    Hi Everyone. I'm pretty much with a similar problem to the one referred by tech269, but my WU is asking me kb924191 ( ok, this one could be because I was missing the v2 version ), kb913191 and 922760 ( the IE cumulative update ). Any ideias on these last 2 ? I'm using hfslip 60810. Replying to myself, and to everyone else that may have had the same problem: I updated to the last hfslip available and everythings fine now.
  4. JPCL

    Windows 2000 (all)

    Hi Everyone. I'm pretty much with a similar problem to the one referred by tech269, but my WU is asking me kb924191 ( ok, this one could be because I was missing the v2 version ), kb913191 and 922760 ( the IE cumulative update ). Any ideias on these last 2 ? I'm using hfslip 60810.
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    Windows 2000 (all)

    Hi. Sorry if this info is somewhere else and I missed it... About IE package update ( IE6.0sp1-KB918899-Windows-2000-XP-v3-x86-ENU.exe ), should we rename it to IE6.0sp1-KB918899-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe ( to get rid of "-v3-" ) or is it ok to let the filename have the "-v3-" ? Thanks Joao Clemente
  6. Hi everyone. I sucessfully used HFDRV folder with the vmware drivers... the I decided to place some more stuff inside it ( intel lan drivers, gfx card driver, audio driver ) wich I modified as instructed... The thing is that while installing windows the installer says "cannot copy hfdrv.cab"... so I searched for it inside the CD and I'm pretty sure I didn't found one.. I found HFDRV1.IN_, HFDRV2.IN_, HFDRV3.IN_, and some more of these, but no HFDRV.CAB... Well, I've redone the CD with just the vmware drivers and intel lan drivers and it seems ok now... I found the HFDRV.CAB inside HFSLIP\SOURCESS\I386, and windows installed without problems now. Anyone has an ideia of what could be preventing HFDRV.CAB from beeing build? I've found no usefull log about this folder, maybe we can turn up log verbosity top find out what could be wrong?
  7. keytotime: By your answer I understand that this is not the usual behaviour, but something specific to 7-zip/izarc, and that I will find that other application will register their associations correctly. sonic : about 1st post: Ok, this will "fix" the problem for my file associations, I just need to apply the reg tweak after installing 7-zip silently... but how did you get these reg keys? You did a "diff" of the registry status before and after setting the associations with 7-zip program itself? If so, can you tell us what is the app to make "diff's" (maybe you just exported the registry before and after the changes, and made a diff of them?) Or you actually made them by hand? Rhelic : I tought of that so I was logging off & on each time, no sucess, so it must depend on the version. Sonic: about 2nd post: I believe he was talking to me (like: "I don't know if this [logging off & on] can help") Thank you all Joao
  8. Hi people. Maybe this is of common knowledge but I had not found it written anywhere so I decided to ask just to clear my toughts: I tried to [silent] install 7zip today, and I used it's silent install switch. It went great, except that at the end I had no file associations for it (what I was expecting to see was a new icon on a .zip and a .rar file that I kept on my dektop for that purpose). Well, I tought "maybe this is a problem of this particular 7zip installer..." , so I decided to give IZArc a try.. so I installed IZArc with its silent switch... and once again I had no file association for it... So, is this a common thing with all silent installers? None will register its file associations? Or I just found two special cases? Anyway, how does one gets around this? I mean, what's the point of installing a app that supports dozens of file types if it does not associates with none? I found what I thing it's the workaround: The following post http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...42entry284942 has a script to register IZArc file associations. Is this the way to go for every app (silently installed)? Or maybe do a "normal" install to get the registry changes, and then apply those registry changes after the silent install? How to you usually go around this problem? Thanks Joao Clemente


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