[TIP!] Link RVMIntegrator and WinXP PowerPacker together...


The RVM Integrator was created by picking the mind of RyanVM of msfn.org. It allows you to actually slipstream windows hotfixes and third party software directly into a windows install disk. This is unlike any other software out there that claims to do this. It allows advanced users to create simple UpdatePack/Addons for others to use to slipstream things to their disks.

Postby Siginet » Thu Oct 23, 2008 2:03 pm

Actually you can improve on the integrator params a lot by using this thread. ;)
http://siginetsoftware.com/forum/showthread.php?t=283

There are many new possabilities you can implement. The old method in this thread will be obsolete someday.

But your batch is great for the old method. :)
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Postby rkillcrazy » Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:21 pm

Siginet wrote:Actually you can improve on the integrator params a lot by using this thread. ;)
http://siginetsoftware.com/forum/showthread.php?t=283

There are many new possabilities you can implement. The old method in this thread will be obsolete someday.

But your batch is great for the old method. :)


Ooooooooooooooo.....more toys to play with! I'll have to set asside some time to play with these and see what damage I can do. ;)

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Postby Siginet » Thu Oct 23, 2008 11:37 pm

Have fun. I'm sure you will. It was a huge update when I added all of those. ;)

I plan on doing the same thing with PowerPacker some time in the future.
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Postby rkillcrazy » Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:19 am

Siginet wrote:Have fun. I'm sure you will. It was a huge update when I added all of those. ;)

I plan on doing the same thing with PowerPacker some time in the future.


I'm part of a small OEM. Regarding PowerPacker & Integrator, with the ability to purchase XP quickly coming to an end, how much longer will you be working on these projects? Will you be working on something similar for Vista?

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Postby Siginet » Fri Oct 24, 2008 12:59 pm

I don't see the need for xp going away anytime soon. But I plan on doing the same for vista... or at least helping out. I personally hate vista and have not had a need for these types of things for vista. I actually get many customers who would rather have xp then vista.

I think XP will be around for a while. At least until microsoft fixes vista or maybe windows 9 will be better. ;)
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Postby rkillcrazy » Sun Oct 26, 2008 6:50 am

Siginet wrote:I don't see the need for xp going away anytime soon. But I plan on doing the same for vista... or at least helping out. I personally hate vista and have not had a need for these types of things for vista. I actually get many customers who would rather have xp then vista.

I think XP will be around for a while. At least until microsoft fixes vista or maybe windows 9 will be better. ;)


I fully agree! I use Vista at home mainly 'cause I have to learn it. However, I can do so much more on XP in the ways of scripting and automation.
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