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This is the result of not using the Direct Integration but even with it enabled IE7 has one new file which is supported in next version.

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This is the result of not using the Direct Integration but even with it enabled IE7 has one new file which is supported in next version.

well done Nuhi i knew it would not be long

the whole world is waiting for you :thumbup

keep up the good work

Smartie91

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Since Windows Update service wasn't removable ever as a separate component...gonna put it into the next beta, this one gotta be final, that means no new stuff sorry.

smartie91, yeah right :)

Those on Mars are tough cookies but I'll get them eventually...

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nLited WinXP already works like a charm, so it is OK. thumbup.gif

I just hate the WU service, I have it disabled for years. angel.gif

By the way, any idea, which files related to WU service can I remove? I found about 2 MB of files (exe, DLLs), which can be removed manually after instalation (with The Avenger), but if anyone have the list of its files, please post it. Thanks. welcome.gif

Edited by TheTOM_SK
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  • 1 month later...

Hi all, I'm still getting the same window followed by an error message that says "IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu.exe - Hotfix integration failed. Please report if this is unexpected." so I'm reporting it here :D

My nLite version is 1.2.1 on Windows XP Professional SP2

What's wrong with this even I enabled the Direct Hotfix Integration in Advanced options window? :wacko:

BTW, thanks for Nuhi's great effort!

Edited by salam
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