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To integrate add-on in vLite ?

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1º. - Since they become, because they are not compatible those of the XP.

2º. - You are going to create a sub-forum like in the nLite?

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It will take a while until addon integration is implemented into vLite I think. For now, only Hotfix, Driver and Language Packs can be integrated!

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Where can we download Hotfix to intergate in Vista. I don't think Ryan has started to make update pack for Vista yet.

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Here

and type in "Windows Vista x64", "Windows Vista" or whatever lol

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I used autopatcher from www.autopatcher.com

Download Autopatcher July for Vista, run the file. All updates/hotfixes will be extract in C:\Program Files\Autopatcher.

Go there and search for x86, this will give u all hotfix for Vista 32 Bit. (search for x64 will give u all 64 bits hotfix)

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What I did to make the process easier:

I used windows search in the autopatcher folder to find all the x86 hotfixes and deleted them (I'm using x64, so delete x64 if you're using x86).

Then, rar them all the folders with hotfixes together.

Then, unrar without path information, and they'll all be in dir

Then you can select all of them at once with vlite!

Vlite could use a feature like the drivers have where you just tell it to find all the .msus in a folder for you :-p

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