Denney Posted August 7, 2004 Share Posted August 7, 2004 (edited) Update (05.10.07): If you wish to disable SFC, I'd recommend a program like nLite to do it as it is more advanced than this. This no longer exists and my website either.Update (27.05.05): I've noticed a lot of people are still coming to my website for these instructions. At the moment, our website is undergoing a redesign and this information is currently not available. I suggest using a program like nLite for this purpose. Thankyou.EDIT: FIXED HEX EDIT. PLEASE REDOWNLOAD!!Here is my SFCSetting hack for WFP...At offset (00000F82) change:44 00 69 00 73 00 61 00 62 00 6C 00 65 to:53 00 65 00 74 00 74 00 69 00 6E 00 67At offset (0000ECE9) change:33 C0 to:EB 01Simple as that. I've also attached the hacked SFC_OS.DLL for use on the Windows XP CD.Follow the instructions at http://unattended.msfn.org for the hacked SFC_OS.DLL file but replace it with this file instead...Edit: Re-attached the SFC_OS.DL_ file with better compression (thanks RyanVM).Edit2: The attached file can be placed straight in the I386 folder WITHOUT modification. Edit3: For people getting confused about how to apply this properly and what version it's for, follow the instructions at doesn't exist anymore. The files there and the file attached here are for Windows XP Service Pack 2 RTM (Build 2180).Edit4: You DO NOT need the sfcfiles.dll file, found in this thread, to disable WFP. The sfcfiles.dll file only allows you to delete files and folders in the Program Files directory. It doesn't disable WFP. Edited March 22, 2009 by Denney Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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