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[RELEASE] Boooggy's WMP 11 direct integration solution

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Did a integrate without any hotfixes, integration gone smoothly, I think thers a problem with a Hotfix you specified....

But not yet tested the installation,,,,

Edit1:

Did integrate WMP11 with all Hotfixes except "windowsmedia11-kb946665-x86-intl.exe",,, integraton gone smoothly

when this hotfix is added, the error pops up....

Edited by dazzlee

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i guess u have 946665 corrupted. that fix is corupted from microsoft server...so try redownload. and after u did it...run it to be sure its working.

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i guess u have 946665 corrupted. that fix is corupted from microsoft server...so try redownload. and after u did it...run it to be sure its working.

NO booogy, i downloaded the latest hotfix, after they fixed,,,

I think, being its a new hotfix, they compressed with the new cabinet maker, so its unable to open by the cab in Windows 2000 while extracting in 2K Environment...... its only my guess!!!

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dazz

i tried it in 2k enviroment including 946665 and all went fine.

i used win2k with sp5.

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new version!

change log for 1.2:

1. Complete rewrite of ini file editor, massive file editing speed increase (SimpleIniEditor renamed to IniParser)

2. Complete rewrite of cabinet.dll interface, problems with COMODO Defense+ fixed, now x64 compatible (can be compiled and work with 64-bit cabinet.dll)

3. Complete separation of Backend from user interface, switch to events. Cross-thread dialogs now open with the main window as its owner correctly.

4. Cleaned up Backend error handling.

5. Removal of embedded uxtheme.dll and msobmain.dll hotfixes. Slipstreamer will break unattended and display a warning if it finds that uxtheme or msobmain need updating, integrate before running wmp11slip to avoid this.

* integrate those fixes before running the slipstreamer to avoid this.

6. Updated to support Windows XP Service Pack 3 (automatically applies wbem fix if required)

7. Fixed issues on x64 WMP11

8. Fixed issue presented here

Edited by boooggy

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I have an error.

WMP11Slipstreamer v1.2.0.0

Detected source: Windows™ XP Professional SP3

Epsilon.Parsers.IniParser+Exceptions+MalformedSectionHeaderException: Malformed section header after []: ([

Deleting "C:\WinXPSP3\i386\wmp11temp"... Done!

The source being modified has not been damaged.

All changes have been successfully reverted.

I atteched Turkish wmp.inf and update.inf files.

Maybe u my want to look at it.

ADD:

Tested with English WMP11 on my Turkish Windows XP. (To see wmp11.inf and update.inf)

And still same error.

So i think that is not because of WMP files.

Probably Windows XP files.

I may attach all files u may want.

wmp11.inf

update.inf

Edited by eryen

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can u please attach wmp.inf from your untoched windows xp?

thx

and please attach also the full report that slipstreamer throw.

Edited by boooggy

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I have an error.
WMP11Slipstreamer v1.2.0.0

Detected source: Windows™ XP Professional SP3

Epsilon.Parsers.IniParser+Exceptions+MalformedSectionHeaderException: Malformed section header after []: ([

Deleting "C:\WinXPSP3\i386\wmp11temp"... Done!

The source being modified has not been damaged.

All changes have been successfully reverted.

I atteched Turkish wmp.inf and update.inf files.

Maybe u my want to look at it.

ADD:

Tested with English WMP11 on my Turkish Windows XP. (To see wmp11.inf and update.inf)

And still same error.

So i think that is not because of WMP files.

Probably Windows XP files.

I may attach all files u may want.

Is your source pre-modified AT ALL?

Did you remove both wmp versions 9 + 6.4 with nLite?

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That's all, nothing more.

WMP11Slipstreamer v1.2.0.0

Detected source: Windows™ XP Professional SP3

Epsilon.Parsers.IniParser+Exceptions+MalformedSectionHeaderException: Malformed section header after []: ([

Deleting "C:\WinXPSP3\i386\wmp11temp"... Done!

The source being modified has not been damaged.

All changes have been successfully reverted.

Nothing removed.

Just added these files with HFSLIP on original Windows XP SP3 source

msxml4.msi

rootsupd.exe

Windows-KB890830-V1.40.exe

WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe

WindowsXP-KB905474-X86-TRK.exe

Older WMP11Slipstreamer works after these files added.

wmp.inf

Edited by eryen

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Hımmm...

I guess i found it.

HFSLIP modifies WBEMOC.INF file.

Deletes napclientprov.mof and napclientschema.mof entries in it.

WMP11Slipstreamer can not read new file anymore.

I just opened that file. ReSaved. Compressed. Replaced in source.

Than WMP11 Slipstreamer works.

Is this HFSLIP's fault?

But still 0.99i can slipstream in same source.

I feel so stupid now.

Going to complain TomCat :P

wbemoc.inf

Edited by eryen

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i dont get why hfslip deletes those entries.....

o well....good u found it and thx for reporting...

0991 doesnt edit that file....so thats why no error....

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In fact, i didnot know that changes.

I realized that after completely folder compare.

Edited by eryen

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The original wbemoc.inf is encoded as UCS-2 Little Endian (UTF16-LE) with the byte-order-mark at the beginning of the file.

It seems that hfslip when saving the file, strips the byte-order-mark, so when wmp11slip reads it. It thinks it is reading an ANSI file. This is the reason on the error.

This is HFSLIP problem, not slipstreamer problem.

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i tried it in 2k enviroment including 946665 and all went fine.

i used win2k with sp5.

Oh, i did in Win2kSP4 with Onepiece Updatepack,,,i'll try your new version later... now i changed to XP...

thanks!!

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I got the following error trying to slip WMP11 into WinXP-SP3. Any suggestions???

Thanks

DOug

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WMP11Slipstreamer v1.2.0.0

Detected source: Windows™ XP Professional SP3

System.IO.IOException: The process cannot access the file 'D:\WinXP_SP3\i386\wmp11temp\extracted\update' because it is being used by another process.

at System.IO.Directory.DeleteHelper(String fullPath, String userPath, Boolean recursive)

at System.IO.Directory.Delete(String fullPath, String userPath, Boolean recursive)

at Epsilon.IO.FileSystem.DeleteFileOrFolder(String FileOrFolder)

at WMP11Slipstreamer.Backend.SlipstreamWMP11()

at WMP11Slipstreamer.MainForm.WorkerMethod(Object workerParam)

Unfortunately, the error occurred during the critical process of overwriting files in the "i386" folder. This source is now corrupt, please use a fresh new source for subsequent windows setup installations and modifications.

Temporary folder: "D:\WinXP_SP3\i386\wmp11temp"

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