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HFAAO or HFSVCPACK folder for .inf files

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Hi,

I used n-lite for them tweak but now I found add-on for uxtheme, tcp/ip to 100 and for disable sfc.all these three patch files have .7z extension.I have 7za.exe on HFTOOLS folder.on hfslip.org it say use HFSVCPACK but what about HFAAO folder?which folder I use?

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hi zeus! if what you have are addons packed in .7z, they better be placed in HFAAO. otherwise, the addon makers would have noted that content should be extracted. hope this helps.

Edited by Kiki Burgh

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hi again,

thanks for quick reply.three of them .inf files and packed with .7z..if so I think they will go to HFAAO folder..

cheers.

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pfff.I need a glass I think.cause these files not .inf only .ini files.I found them in here;

http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2274

here are which I used;

PatchAddon_SFC_OS_v14.7z

PatchAddon_TCPIP_100_v14d.7z

PatchAddon_UXTHEME_v14a.7z

I use sp3 I checked here also;

http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/68/

but there are not for SP3? :((

could anyone help?I don't want to use n-lite for these patches :(

sorry for that but this topic may delete.I opened with corrected subject in here.

http://www.msfn.org/board/hfaao-hfsvcpack-...es-t139832.html

Edited by ZEUS__

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sorry for that but this topic may delete.I opened with corrected subject in here.

http://www.msfn.org/board/hfaao-hfsvcpack-...es-t139832.html

pfff, maybe I need glasses but isn't the last link pointing to THIS same thread .. :blink:

here are which I used;

PatchAddon_SFC_OS_v14.7z

PatchAddon_TCPIP_100_v14d.7z

PatchAddon_UXTHEME_v14a.7z

Zacam's PatchAddons are NOT compatible with HFSLIP because they involve hex-editing some binaries. You have to use them with the integrator (almost sure that nLite can't handle them correctly) or patch those binaries manually by the information given inside the entries*.ini's. Good luck.

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Zeus, the TCP/IP files are replaced with hotfix versions.

You want the absolute BEST way to do this?

1. Run HFSLIP with the HF directory full and accurate

2. Go into SOURCESS and find the binaries you want to modify

3. Hex edit them

4. MAKECAB them

5. Put them in REPLACE

You might as well have the very latest files from hotfixes.

Using someone else's add-on is taking a chance with using an outdated file.

Edit: I see the patch for TCP is September 2008. So, there ya go. Don't bother with it.

There are more current methods all over the 'net.

Edited by fdv

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sorry for that but this topic may delete.I opened with corrected subject in here.

http://www.msfn.org/board/hfaao-hfsvcpack-...es-t139832.html

pfff, maybe I need glasses but isn't the last link pointing to THIS same thread .. :blink:

here are which I used;

PatchAddon_SFC_OS_v14.7z

PatchAddon_TCPIP_100_v14d.7z

PatchAddon_UXTHEME_v14a.7z

Zacam's PatchAddons are NOT compatible with HFSLIP because they involve hex-editing some binaries. You have to use them with the integrator (almost sure that nLite can't handle them correctly) or patch those binaries manually by the information given inside the entries*.ini's. Good luck.

oh sorry, absolutely I need not one but need two glasses I think now :D

here is the correct link but @tommyp closed :unsure:

http://www.msfn.org/board/need-pre-modifie...ip-t139852.html

Zeus, the TCP/IP files are replaced with hotfix versions.

You want the absolute BEST way to do this?

1. Run HFSLIP with the HF directory full and accurate

2. Go into SOURCESS and find the binaries you want to modify

3. Hex edit them

4. MAKECAB them

5. Put them in REPLACE

You might as well have the very latest files from hotfixes.

Using someone else's add-on is taking a chance with using an outdated file.

Edit: I see the patch for TCP is September 2008. So, there ya go. Don't bother with it.

There are more current methods all over the 'net.

yeahh, I think you right..thanks for suggest..

in fact I try to look on .ini files for manually edit, but I confused to edit with ultra edit or win hex cause it's typo;

it writes like on ini file;

I386\SFC_OS.DLL|5.1.2600.5512|60548|83F89D7508|3BC0EB3290

I understand 5.1.2600.5512 it's dll version,

and change hex value from 83 F8 9D 75 08 to 3B C0 EB 32 90 but what is 60548??can you help or I wish it from to zacam on ryanvm? :)

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[..] but what is 60548??can you help or I wish it from to zacam on ryanvm? :)

it's the offset value where the byte sequence to patch starts, read [HEX-Edit]-section for further information and then follow fdv's advice. goog luck.

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