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  1. I didn't have problems using this addons in this order nLite: Kels_Runtimes_addon AlkyXP1.1 OnePiece_IE8_WinXPSP3 xable_WGAN-v1.6_addon RED_XP_SP3_UpdatePack RVM_Integrator: USBonBoot WMP11Slipstreamer WMP11+updates XPtsp
  2. yes, ieframe.mui it's still compressed and this is why :8ieframemui set name=ieframe set name1=dll set ext=mui set com=mui if not exist "i386\%name%.%com%" set com=mu_ if not exist "i386\%name%.%com%" goto iepeers %xp% "i386\%name%.%com%" "%tmp%\%name%.mui" >nul if exist "i386\%name%.%com%" Del "i386\%name%.%com%" >nul %rh% %ao% "%tmp%\%name%.%com%", "%tmp%\%name%.%com%", "%res%\8%name%.%name1%.%ext%.res",,,&echo patching %name%.%name1%.%ext% %pe% -c %tmp%\%name%.%com% >nul if exist "i386\%name%.%com%" %cp% /v /y "%tmp%\%name%.%ext%" "i386\%name%.%ext%" goto iepeers %cab% /D Compr
  3. I like this method (manual batch addon) better. Dos commands are saints. :type:
  4. @bober: ieframe.mui gets cabbed and it shouldn't.( Link )
  5. the addon is integrated on a clean source with nlite I found the culprit. It's XPtsp resource patcher, it's cabbing that file.
  6. I'm getting ieframe.mui is missing during setup copying files with 1.3.1 and also with 1.3.2. Could be because of this line in entries_IE8.ini .................... d1,ieframe.dll d1,ieframe.mui,ieframe.mu_ d1,ieframe.mui d1,iepeers.mui d1,ieproxy.dll ....................
  7. @Kelsenellenelvian: error on install [sourceDisksFiles] ........ Cdimage.exe =11 ........ @anyone else that can't install, edit UberPack.inf and change Cdimage.exe =11 to Cdimage.exe =1
  8. current XPtsp is not supporting IE8 and that's why you get those issues.
  9. suggestion for intro.wmv http://rapidshare.com/files/196778908/intro.wmv
  10. :thumbsup_anim: it's working this time THANK YOU mona for your time
  11. Thanks but still the same issue. here is what I get and I need that setup.exe tries to launch XPpro\\i386\\WINNT32.exe instead of i386\\WINNT32.exe Please try to make it like the one in the pack with Autoplay folder which contains setup.cdd. You can also give me the source and I'll try to make it how I need it. Which way is easy for U. Thanks for your time
  12. @bober: sorry to here that @bober & @mona: I'm building a multiboot dvd and I'll need that autorun menu looks for i386 inside XPpro folder and not on the root. can U recompile a version for this? thanks
  13. yeap, thanks usually I have 50-60 processes running
  14. @bober: I hope U'll not include taskmgr.exe.res. I keep mine full height and it's ugly with those small bitmaps.
  15. the actual code is working if U use Onepiece IE7. U can add a new section in order to patch also inetcpl.cpl.mui if it is found with this name
  16. I'm installing winamp from a batch file which looks like this winamp5541_pro_all.exe /S pskill winamp.exe pskill winampa.exe pskill eMusicClient.exe Winamp_Essentials_v5.541.exe /S "%ProgramFiles%\Winamp\eMusic\Uninst-eMusic-promotion.exe" /S "%ProgramFiles%\Winamp Remote\uninstall.exe" /S "%ProgramFiles%\Winamp Toolbar\uninstall.exe" /S wa5_coloreditor_2_1_2.exe /S deltree /y "%UserProfile%\Desktop\50 FREE MP3s from eMusic!.lnk" deltree /y "%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\50 FREE MP3s from eMusic!.lnk"
  17. @bober: I've just finished verifying the batch script for WinXP SP3,WMP11,OnepieceIE7 Problems found: hmmapi.mui.res is not apllied -> rename the res file hmmapi.dll.mui.res to hmmapi.mui.res XPRngOut.wav from the package is the same with that from SP3 wucltui.mui.res file size is 0; the code is ok but there is nothing to patch and ofcource :spcplui section from the batch :spcplui title XPtsp script Progress 72%%%... set name=spcplui set ext=dll set big=SPCPLUI set com=DL_ if not exist "i386\%big%.%com%" set com=dll if not exist "i386\%big%.%com%" goto spider %xp% "i386\%big%.%com%" "%tmp%\
  18. in :spcplui section at the end before the compression change set com=EX_ to set com=DL_
  19. xpnetdg.ex_ in the original source contains xpnetdiag.exe after XPtsp it contains xpnetdg.exe; it's no problem because in txtsetup.sif is renamed to xpnetdiag.exe U can change it into this if U want. tested and working :xpnetdg set name=xpnetdg set name1=xpnetdiag set ext=exe set big=XPNETDG set com=EX_ if not exist "i386\%big%.%com%" set com=exe if not exist "i386\%big%.%com%" goto xpsp1res %xp% "i386\%big%.%com%" "%tmp%\%name1%.%ext%" if exist "i386\%name%.%ext%" Del "i386\%name%.%ext%" if exist "i386\%name1%.%ext%" Del "i386\%name1%.%ext%" %rh% %ao% "%tmp%\%name1%.%ext%", "%tmp%\%name1%.%e
  20. if I remember correctly the error message that Rud have is from logonui.exe. @Rud: did U change the standard WinXP logonui.exe before U apply XPtsp?
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