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98MP10 = WMP10 XP + XP SP3 Killer Replacements

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The new version creates this

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\CUSTSAT.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\MPLAYER2.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\WMPBAND.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\WMPNS.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\9SERIESD.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\COMPACT.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\QUICKSI.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\REVERT.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\WMP11.001

I think I found the fix. Was under the CustomDestination directive [CDF] section, replaced ",85" with ",5" [back to 1st version, the 1 that worked]:
[DefaultInstall]
CustomDestination=CDF

[CDF]
49000,49001,49002=PFD,5
49300,49301,49302=MPD,5
49400,49401,49402=SKD,5

Pls download + install 98MP10.EXE [9.1 MB] one more time, and pls let me know if still doesn't work ok.

Tx

PS:

98SE2ME had the same bug, fixed now. ;)

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The new version creates this

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\CUSTSAT.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\MPLAYER2.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\WMPBAND.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\WMPNS.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\9SERIESD.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\COMPACT.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\QUICKSI.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\REVERT.001

C:\PROGRAM\WINDOWS\SKINS\WMP11.001

I think I found the fix. Was under the CustomDestination directive [CDF] section, replaced ",85" with ",5" [back to 1st version, the 1 that worked]:
[DefaultInstall]
CustomDestination=CDF

[CDF]
49000,49001,49002=PFD,5
49300,49301,49302=MPD,5
49400,49401,49402=SKD,5

Pls download + install 98MP10.EXE [9.1 MB] one more time, and pls let me know if still doesn't work ok.

Tx

PS:

98SE2ME had the same bug, fixed now. ;)

Apparently this fix did it. Everything looks good thanks.

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Apparently this fix did it. Everything looks good thanks.
Pffew...

Glad something actually works... ;)

1 down, 1 to go. :wacko:

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Do you think its possible to add this Win 2000 fix to your package, if you have some spare time.

And if you may can you add Windows2000-KB2416400-x86-ENU.exe files, they are newer WinXP files of course. Thank you

Edited by PROBLEMCHYLD

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Do you think its possible to add this Win 2000 fix to your package, if you have some spare time.

And if you may can you add Windows2000-KB2416400-x86-ENU.exe files, they are newer WinXP files of course. Thank you

I've considered adding l3codec.ax, but it may be a while, I don't have enough spare time at the moment.

98MP10 actually installs the ACM codec: L3CODECP.ACM, similar, but older [newer versions work only with WMP11/newer to my knowledge].

I will also update advpack.dll to newest build from XP SP3 [i've noticed it works properly with all 9x OSes].

About KB2416400 [Wild Bill's unofficial patch]:

Installs IE 6.0 SP1 only files, those belong to a cumulative IE fix, which I'm working on right now [not done yet].

98MP10 doesn't install any of those files.

HTH

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I was doing the Spanish version of 98mp10, but I cannot do their installer, please someone say me how to do it.

Edited by vicokoby

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