I need this to work for mmf 1.5 build 119. Its for a project i'm making for work.
DaVince This fool just HAD to have a custom rating
26th October, 2006 at 19:57:37 -
You could search in the registry for all the MMF-associated stuff, then save that into a .reg file and try installing it on any computer you need MMF on. You could probably also try to make an .inf file to auto-install all important files and DLLs.
Gfactory does work, but MMF2 doesn't. I installed it on my working CDrom drive computer, and looked at the various registry keys. Some encrypted thing. Now, my main computer, with no working USB or CD drive, I made a .iso file of the MMF2 disc. DIdn't work. So I copied the MMF2 directory to program files, and manually copied the registry values from my other computer, and it still didn't work. I think the encrypted value is based on some sort of checksum based on the different properties of the computer's individual system.
Find a copy of clean sweep. Then install MMF2 with clean sweep running (Clean Sweep detects ALL changes installers make to your computer), then from that list you could probably hack it apart a bit to get it to work. I think some of the (sic) newer version of cleansweep (I think the last one they made was 2000, used 95) may actually transfer the whole thing for your automatically.
Or export the entire registerkey (Current User I guess) BEFORE installation and one AFTER installation, then compare both files with [url=http://www.grigsoft.com/download-windiff.htm ]WinDiff[/url] but that's only for registery changes.
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