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SP2 install needed hacked files list

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I have window Xp sp 1 and now trying to install sp 2 thorugh local update but it is showing error file syssetup.dll missing :} i tried solving it through sp 1 cd but it useless!!! wht to do ????

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@jquintino: it is live...or it should be. I don't have time for it now, but I'll get it updated ASAP. PM me with your email address. I'll get it to you faster that way.

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the link is dead. can someone please upload it again?

thanks.

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hey where can i get that file her

winntbbu.dll

that is the only one i needed :)

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Question for you guys...

How would I replace the uxtheme.dll on Windows which is currently installed? I tried safe mode and through the prompt but continue to get a error that it is currently being used while overwritting it.

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Question for you guys...

How would I replace the uxtheme.dll on Windows which is currently installed? I tried safe mode and through the prompt but continue to get a error that it is currently being used while overwritting it.

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I've had this problem too, the way i've found to fix it is to rename the file to uxtheme0.dll, and then add the new file.

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Thanks, SovereignScorn!

Heh, never even tried that. I zipped it to make a backup, but never bothered renaming it. Of all the stupid things Microsoft does.

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