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Enki40

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  1. Update: I have found a partial fix for Windows Mail (and it was a stroke of luck too). When I upload the updated files, they will contain a patched msoe.dll that prevents the program from crashing but does not enable the work offline feature. It will say it works offline sometimes but still attempts to connect. It does not seem to repeatedly attempt connecting if you aren't moving around, which would be very annoying. But it will popup a window asking to work offline as you click through the program; for example, clicking an unread email prompts it to attempt connecting to the server, and it w
  2. Apologies. I made a mistake when zipping these files up after fixing them. Until I upload the fixed addons, you must use 7zip to extract them and take the files inside and put them in the root of a new archive compressed as a .7z on Ultra compression, changing the extension to .WA. Sorry about that.
  3. I'm making an updated version of my Windows 7 install disc with some issues I found fixed and I thought I'd share a few addons while I'm at it. The first on adds Texas Hold 'Em, Sudoku, and as a added bonus, 3D Pinball/Space Cadet. The second one adds Windows Movie Maker with DVD Maker for full functionality, Windows Mail, Wordpad and Notepad without ribbons, and reinstall scripts in case M$ "updates" any files that are replaced by this addon (there should be links to them under start menu>all programs>accessories>maintenance). I originally added Windows Media Player 11, because I l
  4. I have been putting together an addon that bundles Windows Vista Mail, Calendar, Movie Maker, Dreamscenes, Hold 'Em, and a few other extras. The problem is that I need to register some dll files after Windows install using the regsvr32 command, but I cannot figure out the [RunCMD] part of the tasks file (I read both tutorials on the subject and tried addonmaker), nor can I figure out how simply execute a cmd after install like I could with nlite and Windows XP. Without this neither Windows Movie Maker nor Windows Media Player toolbar will work. Could someone help me with this? Thanks. (Als
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