mazin Posted October 31, 2004 Author Share Posted October 31, 2004 You're supposed to slipstream it as follows. However, I haven't tested the slipstreamed version myself. So, you test it!Create a new folder anywhere on your hard disk. I'll assume you name it ABC. Put the following files inside ABC:1- acdseepowerpack.exe2- Update47.msp (MSP renamed)3- ACDSee.cmdNow, run ACDSee.cmd! After ACDSee.cmd exits, ACDSee folder is created in the root of your system drive. Delete ABC, as it's no longer needed.To install, run ...\ACDSee\ACDSee.msi as described in my first post.cls@echo offECHO Creating AIPstart /wait acdseepowerpack.exe /A /S /V"/QB TARGETDIR=%systemdrive%\ACDSee"ECHO Patching AIPcopy Update47.msp %systemdrive%\ACDSeestart /wait msiexec /p %systemdrive%\ACDSee\Update47.msp /a "%systemdrive%\ACDSee\ACDSee 7.0 PowerPack.msi" /QBdel %systemdrive%\ACDSee\Update47.mspren "%systemdrive%\ACDSee\ACDSee 7.0 PowerPack.msi" ACDSee.msiEXITThe first ECHO creates Administrative Installation Point out of acdseepowerpack.exe!The second ECHO patches the AIP! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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