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[Switchless] Kels Win7 x64 UberPacK v2.8

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Initial Release of the Win7 x64 based pack\continuation of the xp x64 pack

v2.8 Log:

Notepad2-mod v4.2.25.735

VistaSwitcher 1.1.5

Full list of things that are included.

Main Additions

NotePad2-Mod v4.2.25.735

RegShot v2.1.0.70 Unicode (Uninstallable)

Unlocker v1.9.1 (Includes Unlocker Assistant and is uninstallable)

SendTo Menu Additions (Uninstallable)

7zSplit

Cabmaker v3.3

FGCBA v0.897

Iso Creator Script-Style

MSI Unpacker (Performs a admin install of .msi files to %homedrive%\admin)

Reg2Inf v0.46

Resource Hacker v3.6.0.92

Shell Extensions

.dll/.ocx/.ax Register/Unregister Regtweak

Advanced .inf install/uninstall Regtweak

Febooti CaSe v3

HashCheck v2.1.11.0(Uninstallable)

Mainsoft ClipName v1.3

Open CMD Promt v2.0.2.1 (Uninstallable)

Run with arguments v2.6.0.2

Vista Switcher v1.1.5

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Size - 2.37 megs

MD5Hash =

File: Kels_Win7_UberPacK_x64_v2.8.exe

CRC-32: 177e52df

MD4: 276b258875233e0da5989cc0f7f16ff1

MD5: 0d47b3e3daff1361e308ff3f1f64032b

SHA-1: b9459a1e7be4e8f4604e03a348f412fc9d6a03cc

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(This WILL work on Windows XP ONLY if one of the current update packs are integrated too)

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i got an error Kels

missing Resourcer Changelist.txt and Resourcer.txt

i hope you get it fixed

i gonna do some tests but it might be a miss since i have an older uber pack

gonna try to clean things up in here

Edit:

for Reg2Inf it won't work

since files get copied to syswow64

the cmd wouldn't find the Reg2inf.exe

so you need to add

%windir%\SysWOW64\

before the

reg2inf.exe "%WORKFILE%" "%OUTFILE%" /repvars

Edited by DaRk MaDnEsS

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Thank you Kels for this great post. I was actually planning to make something like this for my win7 x64, but as usual you did it again. Thank you

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Fixed n00b error! :P (Also fixed reg2inf path)

Retested on live install!

All should be fine.

Any additions now?

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Fixed n00b error! :P (Also fixed reg2inf path)

Retested on live install!

All should be fine.

Any additions now?

so you want more

ok

where is the section that you copy

CmdOpen.dll,HashCheck.dll and runarg.vbs

the dlls needs to be copied to system32 and all other to syswow64

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so you want more

ok

where is the section that you copy

CmdOpen.dll,HashCheck.dll and runarg.vbs

the dlls needs to be copied to system32 and all other to syswow64

NONE of those need to be copied.

All of them copy theirselves during the regsvr32.exe processing!

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NONE of those need to be copied.

All of them copy theirselves during the regsvr32.exe processing!

oh sorry my bad :sweatingbullets: i didn't mange to make a clear test for this

it seems fine now

i didn't know about regsvr32 thing

i only said that depends on the inf file

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Updated...

Thanks kels for the update.. but i was just wondering what was updated in this release? any changelog?

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:o

Yeah it WORKS right now... :D

Really though it was a MAJOR one that took a long time.

I couldn't put a chagelog together. I do believe everthing that is in there now is in the progs and additions list so please check that.

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the vista packs used to work great but now none of the shell extentions work(or get registered corectly,only one appears in the context,run with args and its not working,it seems to be registered to sys32 instead of syswow64)) and a few send to's also dont work(ie:7zsplit).

but other than that, these uber packs along witht he cpls are a must have on any system.

(cant confirm the x32 packs, didint try them)

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Will give this a try, thanks.

(Im going over from X86 to X64 tomorrow, I get new PC Parts :D).

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I'd really like to get a hold of this pack. if ANYONE can provide a link,

I would greatly appreciate it. I'll even update it with the latest versions

and make the update available.

Thanks, in advance.

Edited by Uncle_Gadget

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KK try this one please.

Thank you VERY much for the update and the link. I appreciate the work

you do in the community, Kels.

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Kels,

As a suggestion, you may want to consider adding the statement:

CheckAdminRights = 1

to the [DefaultInstall] section of the inf. I believe this will

prevent executing the installer without Admin rights, which I found

will cause problems.

This also leads me to ask if anyone has found a good INF

reference that includes the latest 64-bit OS updates to

understand the differences in writing INF installers for

Windows 7 64-bit versus 32-bit OS's?

Along with this, is there a way to flag an executable

(.exe, .cmd, .vbs, etc) during the INF install process to

prompt for Administrator privileges before execution?

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Kels,

As a suggestion, you may want to consider adding the statement:

CheckAdminRights = 1

to the [DefaultInstall] section of the inf. I believe this will

prevent executing the installer without Admin rights, which I found

will cause problems.

This also leads me to ask if anyone has found a good INF

reference that includes the latest 64-bit OS updates to

understand the differences in writing INF installers for

Windows 7 64-bit versus 32-bit OS's?

Along with this, is there a way to flag an executable

(.exe, .cmd, .vbs, etc) during the INF install process to

prompt for Administrator privileges before execution?

well when you make it with winrar make it request admin it would work fine

but kels didn't do it in this version in next version i think he would make it fine

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