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johndoe74

[RELEASE] Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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did you remove the IE 6 from the install .... i haven't looked at your last session file but im going to in a sec

nope

you should be fine

did you try just windows n IE 7 without any of the hotfixs ?

Edited by ZcWorld

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Just tried it again using ONLY the ie7.cab in the hotfix section. Nothing. Not working still...

Going to keep trying to figure it out.

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The addon works great. I had not a single problem to integrate it and IE7 is installed flawlessly.

// You can try also my addon for IE7 - here but it should be much or less the same thing.

Edited by rado354

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Install was NOT a sucess on XP Home OEM...

Looks like this addon only works when activation is not an issue...

Installed it twice to be sure.... If the OS needs activation it cannot be integrated....

Edited by Nakatomi2010

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So what you guys are saying is that this add-on is only good for volume or pirate copies?

So since I have a legit copy of XP Professional OEM, I can't use this.

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i use Retail i think i think

i knows its not XP home ... :) but

thats odd as all .... hell its not working for you with your XP pro OEM

have you try doing this

clean copy of the XP cd

than adding only the IE7 addon

if not i will let you know how to get around it

its a more painful way to do it but i will let you know

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That's exactly what I did. I copied my XP Profressional OEM cd (label: VRMPOEM_EN) to a folder on my hard drive, downloaded the IE7 add-on, downloaded nLite 1.2RC, chose the Hotfix and Boot Image options. Integrated ONLY the IE7 add-on, installed in VMware, and ... IE6. :|

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ok try this

unzip the ie7.cab file

make a folder in the $OEM$\c\temp

copy the ie7.exe there

than add this to the .txt file in the oem folder

start /wait c:\temp\ie7.exe

give that a test

to see if thats will install

it will take 10 mins for windows to boot up at the first time

due to the its installing the IE7

i will be back in 60 mins or so i gotta go out

let me know if thats line worked for you or not ... if not i will have a look at it later on tonight when i get some free time ... :)

if i know what free time is and if i get any of it :) lol to an hour or so

good luck with it :)

Edited by ZcWorld

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Nope. Doesn't work.

It DOES copy the IE7.exe system drive using $oem$, but, it does not install. Further more, even if I navigate to the system drive and manually execute the exe, it still doesn't run. Just shows a hourglass for a second, then nothing.

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all those having problems with IE7, try including KB892130 (legitcheckcontrol.dll). I do and it installs fine for me. i just made a new nlited xp last night, IE7, Firefox2 etc. all from SVCPACK, everything installed fine and all this with nlite 1.0.1 final

Edited by johndoe74

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I don't think that new download works. Also, I am not sure who is doing the WMP11 addon, but when it gets installed the media sharing services are not loaded at startup.

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