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nOoooob

How to keep MHT format support..(SP3 English Version)

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Hi guys,

(Windows XP Pro SP3 English version)

I got a problem, I never use OE but I saw there's a big red caution when check the box of OE in nLite...says removing it will loose the support of MHT format.. :whistle::wacko:

Is there a way to remove OE while keep the MHT support?? maybe a add-on pack?? or some change codes by hand after nliting?? Anyway, I did not find some useful info. after searching relative postes...

PS: Can I install Ms Office(2003 or 2007)aftering removing OE?? :wacko:

Thankts :thumbup:blushing:

Edited by nOoooob

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This is not my tweak, I found it on a Russian board, I just change files placement for my purposes.

Open MHT files without OE

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Add to TXTSETUP.SIF:

[SourceDisksFiles]
inetcomm.dll = 1,,,,,,,5,0,0
inetres.dll = 1,,,,,,,5,0,0
msoert2.dll = 1,,,,,,,5,0,0

Add to SYSSETUP.INF:

[OleControlDlls]
10,system,inetcomm.dll,1

And of course all files should be in i386 folder.

Edited by Oleg_II

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This is not my tweak, I found it on a Russian board, I just change files placement for my purposes.

Open MHT files without OE

-------------------------------

Add to TXTSETUP.SIF:

[SourceDisksFiles]
inetcomm.dll = 1,,,,,,,5,0,0
inetres.dll = 1,,,,,,,5,0,0
msoert2.dll = 1,,,,,,,5,0,0

Add to SYSSETUP.INF:

[OleControlDlls]
10,system,inetcomm.dll,1

And of course all files should be in i386 folder.

thanks, i'll try it.. :thumbup

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