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vlc_installer 2.1.5 has been released on 19-Feb-2015

vlc_installer has been moved to github.com:
View the Readme
View the Change log
Download the installer here

Here's a screenshot:

vlc_installer 2.0.7 has been released (announcement)

vlc_installer 2.0.7 has been released. Details at http://smithii.com/vlc_installer.

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vlc_installer 2.0.7 has been released (announcement)

Removing the sdra32.exe virus with one simple batch file

Here it is:

echo>"%temp%\remsdra.reg" REGEDIT4
echo.>>"%temp%\remsdra.reg"
echo>>"%temp%\remsdra.reg" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
echo>>"%temp%\remsdra.reg" "Userinit"="C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\userinit.exe"

:loop
"%SystemRoot%\regedit.exe" /s "%temp%\remsdra.reg"
start "shutdown" "%SystemRoot%\system32\shutdown.exe" -s -t 0 -f
goto loop

Automatically Slipstream Windows XP with SP3 and All Post-SP3 Security Hotfixes with a Single Command (Updated 03-May-09)

For information about slipstreaming Windows XP SP2, visit http://smithii.com/slipstream_xpsp2.

I've written the batch file xpsp3.cmd (updated 03-May-09) to automatically download and slipstream a standard Windows XP boot disk with Service Pack 2 and all post-SP3 security hotfixes.

It uses wget or curl (if either are found in the PATH), or your installed browser to download the updates. I have tested this with Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera. Other browsers should work, as well.

The batch file xpsp3local.cmd (updated 03-May-09) will update the copy of Windows XP that is installed on the computer you run the command on. You may wish to do this, if you do not have, or want, the machine you want to hotfix connected to the internet, or if you are unable to run Windows Update for some reason (for example, if Internet Explorer isn't installed, or doesn't work properly, due to a virus or similar mishap).

To slipstream the hotfixes, and burn the slipstreamed disk, I've created the makefile xpsp3.mak (updated 03-May-09). Details on usage below.

Automatically Slipstream Windows XP with SP2 and All Post-SP2 Security Hotfixes with a Single Command (Updated 03-May-09)

For information about slipstreaming Windows XP SP3, visit http://smithii.com/slipstream_xpsp3.

I've written the batch file xpsp2.cmd (updated 03-May-09) to automatically download and slipstream a standard Windows XP boot disk with Service Pack 2 and all post-SP2 security hotfixes.

It uses wget or curl (if either are found in the PATH), or your installed browser to download the updates. I have tested this with Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera. Other browsers should work, as well.

The batch file xpsp2local.cmd (updated 03-May-09) will update the copy of Windows XP that is installed on the computer you run the command on. You may wish to do this, if you do not have, or want, the machine you want to hotfix connected to the internet, or if you are unable to run Windows Update for some reason (for example, if Internet Explorer isn't installed, or doesn't work properly, due to a virus or similar mishap).

To slipstream the hotfixes, and burn the slipstreamed disk, I've created the makefile xpsp2.mak (updated 03-May-09). Details on usage below.

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