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RisingXun

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  1. http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=5747
  2. Im pretty much using a simple Windows XP Sp3 Disc. Heres the steps how i made to check what was the problem. 1. Added Addons/update Packs with Ryanvm Integrator. (also patched bootscreen resources so i wouldnt have to recabbed the Drivers.cab 2. Used nLite to slim down Xp Source 3. Tested the Windows XP Sp3 (Yeah it worked) 4. Then From here i tested the 2 ways of applying the resources.
  3. LOL, oh man, i wondered how you think kay was kaylar, the posts within this topic was not even directed to kaylar. the only posts he/she has in this topic was about intro.wmv. yeah kay for me is actually "Okay"
  4. have you tested the new Xptsp batch with the ResPacker?
  5. oh does it? hmmm i guess ENU_USER's ResPacker is not compatible with the latest pack anymore EDIT: kay, ive just used the addon itself and it worked perfectly.
  6. have any had any problems with the XPtsp v1.4.5.2 update on a clean xp install disc? im getting a "setup.exe was unable to be copied correctly", then once the OS reboots and tries to enter GUI setup mode, it crashes a restarts. I remember having v1.4.x (i think i was using v1.4.1) and it was working perfectly. i know its the updated files because i tested the Xptsp Black version and i dont get these errors.
  7. I think you should have your first post to Redirect to the main topic http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=3842 It would just be much easier to update one post.
  8. im sure that the script patches the resources and the msc are just being replaced. the script just copy the files in the appropriate directory Edit: when i say replace, i mean that the file must exist before there, this is in the script because i dont want to add files that i took out prior to the clean install of windows
  9. Well ive tested the XptspScriptLive with SfcEnabled . While patching the annoying dialogs shows up constantly. but in the end the patching still works. . if anybody out there that has sfc enabled. test and confirm it please. Else it would just be my system doing its charm i dont have a problem releasing my scripts. i already did with the XptspScript (Source Patcher). its just right now i dont feel like i should.
  10. Yeah, my system was already had pre-patched sfc on a clean install. and that is why i found no files in the DLLCACHE except for catalogs files. I will probably switch back to an original sfc dll to do more testing
  11. im Not sure if the method in VISO.Live works but i just converted it into autoit These Lines Here: Reg Add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" /v "SfcDisable" /t REG_DWORD /d 4294967197 /F>nul Reg Add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" /v "SfcQuota" /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /F>nul Reg Add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" /v "SFCScan" /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /F>nul Reg Add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" /v "SFCShowProgress" /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /F>nul Reg Add "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet
  12. well yeah because you script might be setup to be something like And still work. in my case it wont, i use the "$Filename[$X][0]" array as a indication of what res file i would use. as for the BOOTSCR.RES for 4 different files, i would have to edit add a few lines
  13. can you look into the ResPatch.log and tell me if theres any errors?
  14. thats a very weird situation. Was the XptspScriptLive1.X.exe Placed in the same Directory as Xptsp.bat? Edit: After running the script: there should be a ResPatch.Log and Checksum.txt created in the same directory, Check it and see whats the error *I have also tested this with the Xptsp.Blue and Xptsp.Purple to see if this script is working, and it is Okok, its just because i based the File list off your Xptsp AND the VISO Live. so what if there was a line like this. IEXPLORE.DLL.MUI=%Prog%\Internet Explorer\en-US\ Note*theres only 1 Line like that. Question: is there suppose to be a NTOSKR
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