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Using Ez Pcfix On Other Pe Env

#1 User is offline   maanu Icon

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    Posted 01 September 2009 - 01:41 AM

    hi pcuser ,

    thanks for such a cool tool . its been the part of my toolkit ever since i started using ubcd4win .

    now thing is , i want to have it on a project which i made by using winbuilder .used xp as source .

    i have tried both versions , one which comes with ubcd4win , 2nd which is listed as normal use ,which we use from within normal systems .

    ubcd4win version , does not start in live xp , saying something like , it is not ubcdwin env or something along these lines .

    the other version gave error " unexpected error " , even vb runtimes which u have included in plugin were there .


    can u plz tell me that wat could be an unexpected error .i mean cause and possible cure .
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    what check it does when we execute it in other pe then ubcd4win pe ? does it need some specific files /or runtimes to be present ?

    thanks again for such a nice and wonderful tool.
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      Posted 01 September 2009 - 09:55 PM

      No one else has said anything, so it's my turn...

      QUESTION:
      If a programmer, designed a BartPE port of a program, to only work in the official UBCD4WIN build, would you really expect him to just tell you what it looks for to determine the environment it is running in?

      Honestly, it can't possibly be that hard to figure out.
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        Posted 03 September 2009 - 08:03 AM

        View Posthilander999, on 01 September 2009 - 10:55 PM, said:

        No one else has said anything, so it's my turn...

        QUESTION:
        If a programmer, designed a BartPE port of a program, to only work in the official UBCD4WIN build, would you really expect him to just tell you what it looks for to determine the environment it is running in?

        Honestly, it can't possibly be that hard to figure out.


        well it should not be that much difficult to tell i guess.

        i have seen some scripts that were made originally for bartpe based pe's , bt they work ok on winbuilder with little tweaking ofcourse .

        he also has a version to run on normal windows . i asked basically for that one to work inside pe ,since both gave me same error so i could not understand it..
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          Posted 03 September 2009 - 01:01 PM

          just for the record ,

          ezpc fix general version only needs vb 2005 .2008 runtimes to be registered at build time within livexp (winbuilder ) .

          dunno if it needs only 2005 or 2008 , but i added them to test avira9 plugin on livexp and ezpc worked.

          this topic can be closed ,unless pcuser needs to say something.
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            Posted 03 September 2009 - 01:17 PM

            That's very odd? EzPcFix is made with VB6 not .Net so I'll have to look into it more. Thanks for the report.

            BTW. I've been working on a new version lately. In fact, I'm working on it at the same time that I'm typing this ;)
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              Posted 18 September 2009 - 07:54 AM

              View Postpcuser, on 03 September 2009 - 02:17 PM, said:

              That's very odd? EzPcFix is made with VB6 not .Net so I'll have to look into it more. Thanks for the report.

              BTW. I've been working on a new version lately. In fact, I'm working on it at the same time that I'm typing this ;)


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                Posted 18 September 2009 - 05:35 PM

                I recently began experiments with Winbuilder. I was fairly certain that EzPcfix is included on a build by default. I need to go back and look at each to tell you which version.
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                  Posted 09 October 2009 - 12:57 PM

                  @ pcuser

                  any news of development ? i mean any chance of an updated ezpcfix ?
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