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SP1 and Windows Corporate Edition

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werejag    0
Originally posted by CdCViRus

Ok, I slipstream the SP. This updates the original I386 folder.

Then I take PIDGEN.DLL and DPCDLL.DLL. from the updated I386, rename them to something (to what, or doesnt matter?), then take IPSELPID.DLL (from where exactly?) and copy it as PIDGEN.DLL to the updated I386, then take IPSELDPC.DLL from the same location and copy it to the updated I386 folder as DPCDLL.DLL? Or am I wrong again?

delete PIDGEN.DLL and DPCDLL.DL_ from the updated folder!

take IPSELPID.DLL (the sp1 update files)and copy it as PIDGEN.DLL to the updated I386, then take IPSELDPC.DL_ from the same location and copy it to the updated I386 folder as DPCDLL.DL_

the last file is compressed. keep it that way

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werejag    0

Repost of what i have posted before

These two files are only for slipstreaming the ( Corporate Patched CD )

If the CD was not already Corporate patched this will not work for you.

Slipstream files for SP1 and XP1 Corp

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1. Perform a normal slipstream update with your Corp XP

2. Copy these two files into your I386 directory and overwrite the existing files.

3. replace the eula to the right eula from the service pack

4. Burn CD!

XP SP1 is not a retail-only pack. MS service packs generally cover all media types, including retail and VL media. If you extract SP1, you will find support files for 5 media types, including Pro, Home and VL. If you then look at the update script, you can see that the updater tries to determine whether it is updating a Professional ("IP") or Home ("IC") disc, then it works out if this is a special version of Pro (e.g. Select or Eval). If it's one of these, then it is supposed to copy in the correct key algorithm files.

Those of you who were active in the beta scene around builds 2542 and 2600-Eval might recall that the key algorithm was contained in two files: PIDGEN.DLL and DPCDLL.DLL. In SP1, the Corp key algorithm is in two files called IPSELPID.DLL and IPSELDPC.DLL. If you rename and drop these two files into a slipstreamed XP, you'll have a working XP SP1 integrated install. I've tried this with SP1 Build 1090 and it works perfectly.

PIDGEN.DLL and DPCDLL.DL_. from the directiory need to be deleted & replaced with renamed IPSELPID.DLL to PIDGEN.DLL and IPSELDPC.DL_ renamed to DPCDLL.DL_ from the sp1

and change the eula becuse it too is wrong

(dont replace any other files besides these)

a fully corprate xp +sp1 disk ready for your corp key

( update in the sp1 folder has comand to slipstream)

example

1090_xpsp1.EXE -s:d:cdstream

"d:cdstream" is the folder i had the cd files

"-s:" is the commnand switch

"1090_xpsp1.EXE" is the original sp1.exe file

delete PIDGEN.DLL and DPCDLL.DL_ from the updated folder!

take IPSELPID.DLL (the sp1 update files)and copy it as PIDGEN.DLL to the updated I386, then take IPSELDPC.DL_ from the same location and copy it to the updated I386 folder as DPCDLL.DL_

the last file is compressed. keep it that way

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CdCViRus    0

Gotcha! 10x a lot!!!

But what do you mean by "Corporate Patched CD"? Also, EULA is the eula.txt file, if I remember correctly, right?

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werejag    0

dont worry about the eula it becuase of the time limit of 180 days in sp1 betas

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werejag    0

Corporate Patched CD = corp verison of xp/ devilsown etc

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CdCViRus    0
Originally posted by werejag

Corporate Patched CD = corp verison of xp/ devilsown etc

Great - 10x a lot again!

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CdCViRus    0

Oh, one more question:

Suppose that I dont want to slipstream SP-1, but I upgrade to SP-1. Then suppose one of the core system files gets overwritten, and WFP wants to restore it. Is it gonna ask me for the Oroginal XP CD, or to the path to the SP-1 Setup? Cause if it asks for the CD, and restores the file, then the restored file will be older than the corrupted file, and wont be SP-1 anymore.

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atomoverride    0

I have a question:

"Is it illegal for someone to slipstream a CD of WinXP but without the CODE and or serial number then give that to a friend?"

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CdCViRus    0
Originally posted by atomoverride

I have a question:

"Is it illegal for someone to slipstream a CD of WinXP but without the CODE and or serial number then give that to a friend?"

I dont think it's illegal

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CoolShady2002    0

CdCViRus I think that the Service Pack files are stored on your HDD. So WFP can get them whenever it wants.

I believe it still stores the files on your HDD even if you select "Do not archive files"

Somebody correct me if i am wrong

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Joswin    25
Originally posted by CdCViRus

I dont think it's illegal

Yeah because in MS's eyes you pay for the license to use the software not the software itself. So if you gave someone the CD without a license (that might breech the EULA though i think anyway :/) they would still have to pay to get the license which would be almost as much as buying the software in the store.

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CdCViRus    0
Originally posted by CoolShady2002

CdCViRus I think that the Service Pack files are stored on your HDD. So WFP can get them whenever it wants.

I believe it still stores the files on your HDD even if you select "Do not archive files"

Somebody correct me if i am wrong

Yeah, but when you run the SP-1 updated, like 1090xpsp1.exe, it extracts the files to some folder on your hard drive. After setup is complete, this folder gets deleted, and this folder contains the updated SP-1 files

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knightracer    2

easy solution, right click on the xpsp1.exe and extract here or to folder using winzip.

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CdCViRus    0
Originally posted by knightracer

easy solution, right click on the xpsp1.exe and extract here or to folder using winzip.

Yeah, but I dont wanna keep it extracted on my hard drive all the time, and extracting it every time Windows needs to replace a file is quite inconvenient

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werejag    0

updated file are in a sp1 cab file on your sytem after the update , so are the file protected sp1 files

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werejag    0

dont keep the extracted on your sytem if you want, it does not matter.

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CdCViRus    0

Now this makes sense - 10x werejag

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