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Kiki Burgh

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  1. hi sirs! i think i am getting close ... so far i have ended up with some successful builds (with different combos) & a quite few otherwise ... pls know that i'm very thankful for all the support you guys have been providing ... when i'm out of the woods finally, i'll be posting for sure some other headaches for y'all i still have to create about a couple more builds to indeed validate what was/were causing my issues ... i would not want to conclude yet though withour being able to attach the error reports for you guys to comment on ... further, i would brun the ISOs 1st & install it
  2. hi! what i meant by this was that basically this media player is the one present with the lower OS vers (i.e., Win98 & the like) my apologies if it sent the wrong msg as for removing the cat files, i agree that this actually hastens the installation process as i used to experience being stuck at 39 mins without any progress (for long hours) ... which was kinda apparent when i used nLite to slipstream multitude of hotfixes ... if i may quote: and i think tomcat76 would try to look into the possibility of adding the capability to do so via HFSLIP, right? thanks!
  3. hi! you may try looking into this if it would be any help ... http://www.vorck.com/hfexpert.html APPREPLACEMENT: Create a folder in HFEXPERT called APPREPLACEMENT. Place a renamed EXE file that is part of Windows. Example 1 - SysInternal's Process Explorer, Renamed to TSKMGR.EXE Example 2 - Media Player Classic, renamed to MPLAYER2.EXE if i'm not mistaken mplayer.exe is for the classic media player that was in use in the DOS-based OS while mplayer2.exe is for the newer one that are in use in the NT-based OS ... ver diff oops ... sorry for the late post ... the page i'm in was not refreshed
  4. thanks for these again ... what i've done yesterday so far looks promising ... i just need to finish the rest & do some more ISOs when i get home later so i could post the results & some other comparisons ... by the looks of it, putting nothing else aside from those posted in the web could be the key sad though that if such is the case, then i could not customize the contents of of my slipstreamed disk do you mean "If this doesn't work"? to answer your 1st Q, yup, i did i'll update you guys ... i wish i'm close!
  5. thanks much sir!Ü oops ... blunder about the product key Ü i'll try to grab those error reports that you need but i'll have to create a new later when i get home ... you see everytime the installation quits on me, i delete it & copy a new source ... i hope that it wouldn't matter that i am currently using winxp sp1 cd (i could try though a 2nd disk - Dell OEM winxp sp1) ... i am trying to look for the xp gold disk from friends but almost everyone i know have in their internet-gaming shops the winxp sp1 cd but from what i've read, it's fine, ain't it? what could you recommend though for th
  6. hi again! thanks for the patience guys ... i hope you find the attachments useful in determining what the problem might be ... i still couldn't get past 9 minutes remaining in the setup (saving settings stage) ... what exactly is the activity during this time that makes it difficult to wrap up? i have already encountered being stuck at 39 minutes (catalog files issue) i have likewise encountered being stuck at 34 minutes (usb driver) at 13 minutes, it chokes but i guess this is when some other apps are integrated but this ... well ... i'm stumped! i think i read in the test thread dziubek ha
  7. hi again! i did not like to post while i have no good news yet ... i have followed the steps, as well as priortized your suggestions (about sticking only to those hotfixes that are present in HFSLIP's website) but sadly i have not been thoroughly successful ... i spent the entire weekend creating & trying different ISOs (either manually or HFSLIPped way of SP2 integration) in 1 PC & with another 1 running Virtual Machines ... all getting stuck this time at exactly 9 minutes remaining (while saving settings) ... in 1 attempt i even slept over it & when i woke up in the morning it wa
  8. Hi! This may be a bit uninteresting or might have already been posted or pretty off to post but I just want to share this link: http://search.microsoft.com/results.aspx?m...st=11&FORM=PEME for some other unofficial hotfixes that may not yet have been included in the list here. If posting this was a silly thing to do, my apologies.
  9. Hi! This may be a bit uninteresting or might have already been posted but I just want to share this link: http://search.microsoft.com/results.aspx?m...st=11&FORM=PEME for some other unofficial hotfixes that may not yet have been included in the list here. If posting this was a silly thing to do, my apologies.
  10. thanks Tomcat76 ... hopefully, i could provide you guys good news by tom Ü
  11. thanks much for the very quick reply sir! really appreciate it! i'll do just that ... btw, what i get from this link http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=57659 is: 60317 ver ... kindly lead me where i could get the latest ver. thanks much again!
  12. hi again! thanks for the comments ... while i was at home after office (this was after i posted my concern Ü) i took a 2nd look at the the folders in HFSLIP & yup i placed SP2 in the HFSPACK folder as i strictly followed what was generated for me in this link: http://users.telenet.be/tc76/winup/_winxp.html ... my bad for the wrong info ... but please know i followed these instructions to the detail & always cross-refered to http://www.vorck.com/hfslip.html and integration was successful as per the pop-up ... i think too that integration of the hotfixes was equally successful as for th
  13. Hi again! silly me: boot.bin ... it was a typo! hi i tried all thatr i could over the weekend ... i believe that as far as slipstreaming those multiple hotfixes, HSLIP has no problem dealing with it. however, i just like to share some thoughts & wish to have some more guide from y'all. my installation was stuck at 39 minutes ... i even left it ovenight --- exactly for 12 hours but still no go! i allowed this to happen for the nth time thinking that it was just taking its time ... as apparently sys was not hung as i could still toggle num lock, scroll lock & caps lock keys ... btw,
  14. thanks for that sir ... i'm using XP ... i merely was just thinking about those files very remotely thanks again ... in about a couple of hours i'll start with the process again ... i just hope that i would not encounter nLite crashing on me again when i try to remove some components & put some tweaks (i will not use nLite to integrate SPs, hotfixes) oh btw, i only copy i386 to the source or do i copy the entire contents of the cd to SOURCE
  15. don't i need the ff: CDROM_IP.5, CDROM_NT.5, and cdromsp4.tst (as like in the example pic for 2K) pls correct me if i'm misguided, i copy the entire i386 from the cd right? following step 2 actually creates the other windows folders in the process? am i doing something wrong here? running the script initially creates other folders in the HFSLIP directory basically, what i did was to create a new partition - D: in this root, RECYCLER & System Volume Information folders are immediately present ... would this not affect the process at all i just want to ensure that i am not lost here & s
  16. Hi Sirs! Thanks for pointing that out --- I do however have in the next attempt the boot.ini file present already as I believe it should have been extracted by BBIE from the source disk. Components, Docs, Support, Valueadd directories are alongside HFSLIP --- all in the root of D. Super Magician HFAAO folder is something that I have to create manually, right? Thanks for the comments. Ü
  17. Hi Sirs (Tomcat76 & tommyp)! I just want to share that I think HFSLIP handled the integration of the hotfixes (multitude of those! ) quite well if I were to base it on the error report I've attached here. (I suppose I encountered no error at all! Although, I have not tried installing it yet. Which brings me to my next concern? It would seem that the ISO I could create via Nero or nLite (& I have validated too that boot.bin + the other win51ip.sp2, etc are there) is not bootable like the usual XP installation disk which when run within XP shows you the prompt & if run outside OS
  18. Thanks sir tommyp for the encouragement ... Ü Although i might be in a fix here as those official hotfixes that i downloaded from Microsoft have all been renamed to the KB###### or KB######-v# format. I did this way to make it easier to sort by file name via nLite. Further, this format seemed to be the naming convention of the unofficial hotfixes i added to the official ones. Sir, would there be any other way that I could make use of such files (I would have about 270-280 hotfixes already) as I encountered somewhere in this guide that we could actually add prefic to such files for sorting purp
  19. Hi Sirs! I came across HFSLIP while browsing for some possible resolution to my concerns: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=69925 (chaining of hotfixes problems) http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=69415 (stuck at 39 minutes) I hope HFSLIP would be able to resolve this for me. BTW, could I use renamed files?
  20. I have already answered this question, Kiki. updating win95b to win95c is easy. install osr2 usb supplement patch on top of win95b and make a registry change (you have to run Registry Editor to do that) from B to C. In Registry Editor, go to following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion Change "SubVersionNumber" entry from " B" to " C". that is it. now it will be Win95C. as for unofficial Win95 service pack, it's barely impossible to create one since Win95 is ancient history and barely nobody uses Win95 anymore; plus win95 needs several addons that m
  21. Hi! I just like to let you know that I installed the unofficial Win98 SP & it seems alright. I just like to know howcome the said IE games + other additions/enhancements do not show in the Start-up programs. Does this mean that we have to always run the .bat file to be able to use &/or remove these? 1 more thing, the GUI does not look like Win98 anymore? Doesn't it defeat the purpose of identifying the OS as Win98? Just thinkin ... no offense meant. Thanks much! -KIKI-
  22. This is in reply to Post # 76: Hi! This is just my 1st time to post in this forum. My apologies but I would just like to know if there has been any latest version so far of the unofficial SP for WinME? Your reply would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! -KIKI- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi "the guy"! My thanks for the information about the download of a3. I will immediately try this on 1 of my installed OSs, Win ME that is, as soon as I get home. Hoping more success in any update soon! Thanks! -KIK
  23. Hi! I would just like to know if there would be anyone who would have downloads that includes all the fixes to upgrade Win95b to Win95C? Likewise, has there been a final version for an unofficial WinME SP? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! -KIKI-
  24. Hi! I would just like to know if there would be anyone who would have downloads that includes all the fixes to upgrade Win95b to Win95C? Likewise, has there been a final version for an unofficial WinME SP? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! -KIKI-
  25. Hi! This is just my 1st time to post in this forum. My apologies but I would just like to know if there has been any latest version so far of the unofficial SP for WinME? Your reply would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! -KIKI-
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