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[Resquesting Help]Windows XP Media Center 2005


NeoZeruel
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Ok, I'm a noob on this, but my experience says me that I learn quickly...

So I explain my problem:

I wanna use nlite with Windows Xp Media Center 2005, but it is in english, and I speak spanish (...that's why my english is poor :no: ) so I have MCELOCPACK_ESN to translate to spanish, but for install MCELOCPACK_ESN it says:

First, install .NET Framework, then install RollUp2 and finally install MCELOCPACK_ESN.

So first I have to integrate .NET Framework 3.0 then integrate RollUp2 so finally integrate MCELOCPACK_ESN.

But I was wondering if is possible to do it.

And also I want to integrate these:

-DirectX 9.0c October 2006

-Windows Media Player (spanish version)

-Internet Explorer 7 (spanish version)

-Windows defender

So, when the installation of media center finalizes, I would have my media center in Spanish, and:

-DirectX 9.0c October 2006

-Windows Media Player (spanish version)

-Internet Explorer 7 (spanish version)

-Windows defender

Installed.

Please, help me...

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Ok, let me explain better:

I know .NET Framework 1.1 and its SP1 have to be installed before install rollup2, but it isn't better to have .NET Framework 3.0???

Because I use some programs that use .NET Framework 2.0... and I know that 3.0 is 2.0 plus some actualizations for vista programs...

And as I said before: I want to integrate these programs, so when the installation of media center finalizes, I would have my media center in Spanish, and:

-DirectX 9.0c October 2006

-Windows Media Player (spanish version)

-Internet Explorer 7 (spanish version)

-Windows Defender

Installed.

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