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  1. This is not fixed. If i download a selected update directly then all is ok. But if i add it to queue und then download it, it creates a second folder with the same name, that i was choosen to store the update there in. And this update has an extra extension too. For Example: Choosen folder: C:\W7TUpdates\KB*.msu Stored in folder: C:\W7TUpdates\W7TUpdates\KB*.msu.msu And as i said in my last bug-report, the downloaded update overwrites the existing one without prompt.
  2. @Lego Here's my log from Win7 Pro x64 German. In the attachment you will find 2 files. The first ist the original and in the second i've added the german umlauts (like 1 - org.txt 2 - fixed.txt
  3. I've written a german guide/tutorial for W7T. Maybe it helps you to manage this Tool. You can find the guide here: http://www.german-unattended.de/wbb/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=3123
  4. Hi, is it possible, to install the "whatevername.themepack" file silently? Or is there a tool that can do that? Thanks
  5. You only need a txt-file somewhere on a server, where the actual version is in. The W7T downloads this txt-file, compares the versions and if they are different, it gives a hint for new version and open this thread for download.
  6. Why do you need a FTP? Do you need it only for the Addons, which we can download with W7T? I think it's not so important to download addons with W7T. Everybody can download the addons from a filehoster or create own addons (with the guide). So, a new version of W7T would be nice for testing. greets PS: Keep up the good work :prop:
  7. Hi, i've a problem with registy-entries in an addon. I created a addon for "VLC Media Player" (German). For the contextmenu on directories the following code is used: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Directory\shell\AddToPlaylistVLC] @="Zur VLC's Wiedergabeliste hinzufügen" The Problem is that after integration with W7T and installation the "ü" from "hinzufügen" is converted to somthing strange. The Reg is saved as "Unicode". Do i have to save the Reg as "ANSI" or "UTF-8"? What can i do? Maybe its a bug in W7T? Please help me Thanks
  8. Hi, i created a WA-Addon, which only consists of the "tasks.txt" and a "tweaks.reg". In "tweaks.reg" Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ;delete old Server [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\DateTime\Servers] ;new Server [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\DateTime\Servers] @="0" "0"="ptbtime1.ptb.de" "1"="ptbtime2.ptb.de" "2"="0.de.pool.ntp.org" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\Parameters] "NtpServer"="ptbtime1.ptb.de,0x1" "Type"="NTP" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\TimePro
  9. Hi, i figured out, why i couldn't uninstall the Winrar-addon (from *reaper*). The problem is the WA installer. He imports the reg.reg inside the winrar-addon to the false subkey in the registry. Normally the reg should be imported to "HKLM\Software\...", but your tool imports the reg to "HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\...". Maybe this is the problem with shortcuts too. I don't know, which "regedit.exe" your tool is using, but if you start the "regedit.exe" from "%systemroot%\SysWOW64" than ALL reg-entries are redirected to "HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\..." This subkey is for 32bit only. Maybe this ar
  10. Here it is [installer]UpperLabel=WA Installer auf deinem Computer installieren SecondLabel=WA Installer wird auf deinem Computer installiert&Zum Fortsetzen auf "Installieren" dr
  11. Ok, I think the WA installer installed the addon correctly (except the links). It was installed to "C:\Program Files\Winrar".But if i want to uninstall through control panel, the "UninstallString" from registry rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection WinRAR.INF,Uninstall calls the "Winrar.inf". There at section [Run.Uninstall] it calls "%16422%\%PROG_NAME%\Uninstall.exe". In this case it calls "%16422%\WinRAR\Uninstall.exe". But windows tries to execute So i think that the DirID %16422% isn't redirected correctly.
  12. I got i working now. The Registry-Entry is correct! I installed a new clean Win7 x64 without addons or anything. I removed the (x86) in the registry. After that i installed original winrar-setup x86, but it installed it to "C:\Program Files\Winrar" - which is the false dir for a x86-application. That's why i think the Registry is correct. I got managed it changing the target-path from link to "%ProgramFiles%\Winrar\Winrar.exe". and now it's working well. EDIT: Now i installed winrar-addon (links were corrected) with WA-Installer (all links are correct) and tried to uninstall with control pane
  13. OK, thanks for your answer. I asked because *reaper* is distributing it here. So he is responsible if MS realises that the filter is distributing here?
  14. Hi *reaper*, thank you for the addons. I installed the winrar-x64-addon with WA-installer on Win7 x64 on running system. Installation was working well, but the links from startmenu point to wrong install-dir. They point to "C:\Program Files (x86)". Another Problem that i have. I tried to uninstall winrar x64 from control panel but it gave me this error. So i was looking to winrar.inf. [uninstall] BeginPrompt =BeginUnInsPrompt RunPreSetupCommands=Run.Uninstall ... [Run.Uninstall] %16422%\%PROG_NAME%\Uninstall.exe For me it looks correctly. So i searched the registry and found a strange entry.
  15. Hi *Reaper*, i have a question about spreeding the Wim-Filter. I know that nuhi (developer of vLite) doesn't include the Filter in vLite for some legal reasons. Can i spreed the wim-filter, or do i need permission from MS?
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