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Posted 31 December 2006 - 19:17
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Posted 31 December 2006 - 20:57
you can do it manually using replacer, usually works when the automatic patcher doesn't.
download the unlocked uxtheme.dll here:
1.Run replacer.cmd. A black command prompt window should appear.
2.Browse to C:\Windows\system32 and find uxtheme.dll. Drag this file into the command prompt window. Press enter.
3.Drag in the unlocked uxtheme.dll from the desktop into the command prompt window. Press enter.
4.Confirm the replacement and wait for Replacer to finish. Press any key when prompted.