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  1. So, a little bump/help? How I delete directory? Using Is possible to delete the files inside of the Internet Explorer dir, however not dirs and not the WHOLE IE directory as I very much want to do so. When I add this: rundll32.exe advpack.dll,DelNodeRunDLL32 16422\Internet Explorer ...it does not work as well. Help? PS: rundll32.exe advpack.dll,DelNodeRunDLL32 C:\Program files\Internet Explorer from commandline it does delete the Internet Explorer dir, even with files inside. Same doest NOT do the shorter version: rundll32.exe advpack.dll,DelNodeRunDLL32 16422\Internet Explorer ...probably because there is a difference between commandline and commands inside of the inf file... Both versions also does not work at all inside of the inf file Not even using it like this:
  2. Of course I rather ask on more places and then come back with more info! Well, fist at all, to see all these devices, you have to use the registry tweak: REGEDIT4 ;show all the devices in the hardware table [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment] "DEVMGR_SHOW_NONPRESENT_DEVICES"=dword:00000001 And then reboot + choose in the menu again show all devices. Then you can see these. And true, I had a mallware infection when I was running IE. Not anymore, but some stuff can remain there. ATICDSDr - removed, no ill effects atidgllk - removed, no ill effects (I do overclock, but I have nVidia card (ATI mobo chipset tough) and mobo I overclock in bios) Beep - used, could this be removed for good somehow? Is not that the "beep" speaker anyway? We see if it come back BOPOMAV - removed, no ill effects c34nb4c5 - removed, no ill effects (probably related to PunkBuster) e259q4c6 - removed, no ill effects (probably related to PunkBuster) Fs_Rec - removed, but it keep comming back (should be File System recognizer) NetGroup Packet Filter Driver - part of WinPcap - installed for Etheral sniffer, removed Parallel - removed, but it keep comming back (parallel port disabled in bios) YQZBNWOGRK - removed, no ill effects
  3. True. Fixed. No difference, tough. Not sure where and when I caused this bug, tough. Any chances the deleting directory will work?
  4. Well, it does not work. Included the file, can you tell me, what I doing wrong? So, something in the % mean that this is a variable, defined elsewhere. So when I define it just in the place, then it is not need, okay. That is why I had there the add %. The flag I copy directly from your example. And should not be the Internet Explorer path in commas? It does contain a space, so I thought... And what the 8 at the end does mean? In the file I include are deleting files made this way: [DefaultInstall] DelFiles = files.del.sys [DestinationDirs] files.del.sys = 11 [files.del.sys] actxprxy.dll, 1 asctrls.ocx,,,1 cdfview.dll,,,1 ...etc... But that only delete already known files and files in the defined directory too. When I want to remove whole dir wih bunch of files, well, that is a problem. How can do it, I don't know. But I would love to be able automatize my cleaning up of windows 2000 SP4 uninstall_IE.zip
  5. I do have some weird looking non P&P devices in my Device Manager. Anyone got a clue what the hell they are? I also have there other suspicious drivers that does not support P&P, and their names are: ATICDSDr atidgllk Beep - used, could this be removed for good somehow? BOPOMAV c34nb4c5 DirectX DLL register e259q4c6 Fs_Rec rvbedit (I killed this one already) SSDefrag (I killed this one already) NetGroup Packet Filter Driver Parallel - used, could this be removed for good somehow? YQZBNWOGRK (I killed this one already) Can I remove/uninstall few of them?
  6. Thanks for this nice example. However I'm still not entierly clear on how to insert a exactly specified directory there. For example working on the IE uninstall ini file, at the very end I would like something like that: ; delete whole IE directory [files.del.ie] rundll32.exe advpack.dll,DelNodeRunDLL32 %16422%\%"Internet Explorer"%,<flag> But it does not work. Could be the commas not welcome there?
  7. Hi all guys and gals I just introducing myself and I looking there for some answers on how to modify windows and the install files and so on... I hope I can find something
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