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Index of ALL my addons [16/10/2011]


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Hello

Thanks yet again for your tireless and generous work rado354, it is most appreciated.

A question though...

Can any of these wonderful add-ons be used with a XP64 nlite disk...?

Many thanks again for what you do :)

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I think most of them will work fine on 64-bit.

are u sure?

cause i am pretty sure they wont.....

simple reason: svcpack is in amd64 folder not in i386 folder.

I have downloaded a 64bit version of Direct X and found this in the ini file...

;Made by UtCollector

[general]

builddate=07/03/2008

description=DirectX March 2008

language=English

title=DirectX 9.0c End-User Runtimes 64 Bit

version=9 Build 9.22.1284

website=http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=740AC79A-5B72-447D-84F9-EE6407ED1A91&displaylang=en

[EditFile]

I386\SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram

[AddProgram]

DX.exe

another one has....

;Made by UtCollector

[general]

builddate=04/10-2007

description=VirtualDub V1.7.5 stable 64-bit (AMD64) version

language=Default

title=VirtualDub 64-bit (AMD64) version

version=V1.7.5

website=http://www.virtualdub.org

[EditFile]

I386\SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram

[AddProgram]

VirtualDub.exe

so that made me wonder if the ones within this section would work on a 64 bit installation of XP by using nlite to integrate them...?

Both of the above have their program file placed in a svcpack folder.

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ok

it seems i was wrong.....

nlite is smart enough to put the files in the right place. meaning in amd64 folder. also if u look after svcpack.inf after integrate this addons u will see what i meant.

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In my tests for this guide I found:

Application AddOns:

nLite supports the use of application addon .cab files at the hotfix integration step, however I do not recommend their use as the file associations don't register with XP x64 (OK with x86 Windows). You should instead edit Run1_XP-64.bat to call the standard enduser installer with the appropriate silent install switches. Currently the following applications will be installed if they are copied to \AddOns:

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In my tests for this guide I found:
Application AddOns:

nLite supports the use of application addon .cab files at the hotfix integration step, however I do not recommend their use as the file associations don't register with XP x64 (OK with x86 Windows). You should instead edit Run1_XP-64.bat to call the standard enduser installer with the appropriate silent install switches. Currently the following applications will be installed if they are copied to \AddOns:

Thanks very much for posting that, and also for your very informative link :)

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