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FIX folder ... has it been replaced by REPLACE folder?


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hi! just need to verify ... i noticed no FIX folder was created anymore when running the script 1st time ... i used to have the following files in there: SFC_OS.DL_, SYSSETUP.DL_, WINNT.SIF, WINNTBBU.DLL ... has FIX been replaced by REPLACE (redundant there ... hehe! :rolleyes:) & is it in REPLACE that the aforementioned files reside now? thanks!

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thanks tp! that's where i actually searched ... catching up ... been reading here & there (even change logs where i discovered that dx may be directly placed in HF now without extracting it's contents anymore) ... like i'm a 1st time user again

hehehe ... my apologies for asking a lot of qs lately ... just wanted to be sure & make my return to HFSLIP a breeze. :lol:

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hi tp, hi fdv! would there updated SFC_OS.DL_ & SYSSETUP.DL_ that have been modded for SP3? in my latest run, i put all files (in the 1st post) in \REPLACE\I386. i'm thinking it could be either of the 2 files causing my install to be stuck at t-33 minutes (installing devices) because when i didn't use it, installation went on as expected ... i have DELCATS=1 set in HFANSWER.ini set btw. also, i utilized my old WINNT.SIF hoping my installation would be unattended but i encountered a prompt for license agreement (at around t-38/t-37). what specific parameter needs to be set in [GuiUnattended] to do away with this? i'll try it with an xp sp2 source & see if this particular prompt comes up again. appreciate the help.

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