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Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File.script x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #20 on: September 18, 2017, 09:13:15 PM »

aa

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Is there any chance that winbuilder get/extracted x86-VC9.7z from
another source, rather than/only from this vcRunTimes_File.script?
Since it's won't extract the valid x86-VC9.7z file from this
how you come to such wrong conclusion ?

That's still far from conclusion, it merely just a proposition.
You may call them premises or hypothesis, based on limited evidences.

So which one, precisely, do you called it wrong (or right/correct)?
- winbuilder got a valid data from another source?
- done other thing beside simple decoding?


Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File.script x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #21 on: September 19, 2017, 02:51:30 AM »

Lancelot

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Is there any chance that winbuilder get/extracted x86-VC9.7z from
another source, rather than/only from this vcRunTimes_File.script?
Since it's won't extract the valid x86-VC9.7z file from this
how you come to such wrong conclusion ?

That's still far from conclusion, it merely just a proposition.
You may call them premises or hypothesis, based on limited evidences.
Why you spend time with premises or hypothesis,
 as written many many time before,
   Facts says: [EncodedFile-x86-VC9.7z] file is ok.
     Project build fine


So which one, precisely, do you called it wrong (or right/correct)?
- winbuilder got a valid data from another source?
- done other thing beside simple decoding?
I say nothing about these on posts here.
You wrote:
I did already build Win7PESE, many times, tried with different setting.
Since you build Win7PESE many times, you should already have your answers.

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As written before:
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asking the very busy author, what are differences between them.
But by not giving required info to reproduce your troubles with reasons behind, you cause lots of time wasted.
Same with nircmd on your post.



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Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File.script x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #22 on: September 19, 2017, 08:27:03 AM »

aa

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So which one, precisely, do you called it wrong (or right/correct)?
- winbuilder got a valid data from another source?
- done other thing beside simple decoding?
I say nothing about these on posts here.

It's essentialy the same with this longer version:
Is there any chance that winbuilder get/extracted x86-VC9.7z from
another source, rather than/only from this vcRunTimes_File.script?
Since it's won't extract the valid x86-VC9.7z file from this script
(provided that it only decodes the base64-encoded data in the script,
not doing any other stuff).

I've made it shorter so you can simply answer yes/yes or no/no.
Yet even after that you failed to reply. why?

Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File.script x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #23 on: September 19, 2017, 01:51:32 PM »

Lancelot

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So which one, precisely, do you called it wrong (or right/correct)?
- winbuilder got a valid data from another source?
- done other thing beside simple decoding?
I say nothing about these on posts here.

It's essentialy the same with this longer version:
Is there any chance that winbuilder get/extracted x86-VC9.7z from
another source, rather than/only from this vcRunTimes_File.script?
Since it's won't extract the valid x86-VC9.7z file from this script
(provided that it only decodes the base64-encoded data in the script,
not doing any other stuff).

I've made it shorter so you can simply answer yes/yes or no/no.

It was replied:
since you wrote:
I did already build Win7PESE, many times, tried with different setting.
you should already notice that file is ok.

So Yes you can.
Since you build Win7PESE many times you already have these files.



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Yet even after that you failed to reply. why?

Still you fail to READ what is written to you.
Since Reply 1 , It is all same, File is ok, everything is ok.

I found that file x86-VC9.7z is bad/corrupted.
It works ok.

Since reply 1 of current topic,
 I try to explain to you, you have your wrong assumptions and wrong conclusions.
    file is ok, everything is ok. Nothing corrupted. There is no bug.

As I wrote you many times
*****
Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.

Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.
and now 3 :
Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.





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than asking the very busy author, what are differences between them.
you simply waste valuable free time of authors and readers by not reading and following given feedback.


And as writen:
When you figure out how you mistaken, let us know.
 If you still do not understand feedback given to you, than stop posting till you figure out.

I advice you to read all topic very slowly and try to understand all feedback given to you.
 Give yourself some time, 10 days, 30 days ....

If you insist on ignoring replies and doing your homework
 but instead wrote same posts again and again,
  better you waste your time elsewhere.
    If you continue I have to STOP you from wasting time of authors and readers.

 :horse:








Backup last post:

When you figure out how you mistaken, let us know.
 If you still do not understand feedback given to you, than stop posting till you figure out.

I advice you to read all topic very slowly and try to understand all feedback given to you.
 Give yourself some time, 10 days, 30 days ....

If you insist on ignoring replies and doing your homework
 but instead wrote same posts again and again,
  better you waste your time elsewhere.
    If you continue I have to STOP you from wasting time of authors and readers.
Hm- I thought this forums was meant to help newbies like me.
If you didn't really mean to help, only wanted to feel superior, you should
never replied to my post in the first place, wasting my time and yours as well.


As I wrote you many times
*****
Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.

Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.
and now 3 :
Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.
Boasting your ego wouldn't help, tried to disgracing others, even less helpful, and immature.

EDIT: <---to be deleted--->
Beside, I don't think you understand about logic, if you don't even have a clue about methodology,
You don't know the difference between premises and conclusion,
or even difference between than and then (sigh).
I really should restrain a technical discussion with an uneducated people like you.

See- that wouldn't help, even drag me down to your level, and I'm not that easily agitated.
(I'd really hoped, a dozen times would be enough for you to bullying others, but you never stop)
<---to be deleted--->

Anyway, thanks for your admiration. Imitation is one of sincerest form of flattery, whether you realized it or not,
and you keep rephrasing my quotes.

This is a hypothetical sharp and constructive discussion:
Quote
me: The some-7z.script is corrupted!
programmer: Why do you say that?
me: According to my examination, the base64 encoded data in section [xxx] will be decoded to an invalid .7z file.
programmer: Oh, that's fine, the extractor is not only decoding, but also filtering them through adler's zlib.
me: Oh OK, that's make sense, thank you.

-- continued --
me: But why some are z-packed and the others are not?
programmer: I don't know, I forgot. Maybe once I did some result-size checking, or maybe the checking is already builtin in the library.
me: Yeah, amazing what your brain can do to you, isn't it?

And here's the other, lame and non-constructive discussion:
Quote
me: The some-7z.script is corrupted!
script-kiddies: your logic is illogical, yo mama is fat!
me: Uh? well- according to my examination, the base64 encoded data in section [xxx] will be decoded to an invalid .7z file.
script-kiddies: your logic is illogical, yo mama is fat!
me: Oh OK, I don't think that's make sense, but thank you anyway.

-- continued --
me: But why some are z-packed and the others are not?
script-kiddies: your logic is illogical, yo mama is fat! fatter then pique!
me: I agree, amazing what your brain can do to you, isn't it?
« Last Edit: September 20, 2017, 01:56:42 AM by Lancelot »

Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File.script x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #24 on: September 20, 2017, 12:14:07 AM »

aa

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When you figure out how you mistaken, let us know.
 If you still do not understand feedback given to you, than stop posting till you figure out.

I advice you to read all topic very slowly and try to understand all feedback given to you.
 Give yourself some time, 10 days, 30 days ....

If you insist on ignoring replies and doing your homework
 but instead wrote same posts again and again,
  better you waste your time elsewhere.
    If you continue I have to STOP you from wasting time of authors and readers.
Hm- I thought this forums was meant to help newbies like me.
If you didn't really mean to help, only wanted to feel superior, you should
never replied to my post in the first place, wasting my time and yours as well.


As I wrote you many times
*****
Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.

Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.
and now 3 :
Refresh your personal logic integrity checking mechanism on your side to avoid reporting bad blop like current topic.
Boasting your ego wouldn't help, tried to disgracing others, even less helpful, and immature.

EDIT: <---to be deleted--->
Beside, I don't think you understand about logic, if you don't even have a clue about methodology,
You don't know the difference between premises and conclusion,
or even difference between than and then (sigh).
I really should restrain a technical discussion with an uneducated people like you.

See- that wouldn't help, even drag me down to your level, and I'm not that easily agitated.
(I'd really hoped, a dozen times would be enough for you to bullying others, but you never stop)
<---to be deleted--->

Anyway, thanks for your admiration. Imitation is one of sincerest form of flattery, whether you realized it or not,
and you keep rephrasing my quotes.
« Last Edit: September 20, 2017, 12:19:12 AM by aa »

Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File plugin x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #25 on: September 20, 2017, 12:25:16 AM »

aa

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This is a hypothetical sharp and constructive discussion:
Quote
me: The some-7z.script is corrupted!
programmer: Why do you say that?
me: According to my examination, the base64 encoded data in section [xxx] will be decoded to an invalid .7z file.
programmer: Oh, that's fine, the extractor is not only decoding, but also filtering them through adler's zlib.
me: Oh OK, that's make sense, thank you.

-- continued --
me: But why some are z-packed and the others are not?
programmer: I don't know, I forgot. Maybe once I did some result-size checking, or maybe the checking is already builtin in the library.
me: Yeah, amazing what your brain can do to you, isn't it?

And here's the other, lame and non-constructive discussion:
Quote
me: The some-7z.script is corrupted!
script-kiddies: your logic is illogical, yo mama is fat!
me: Uh? well- according to my examination, the base64 encoded data in section [xxx] will be decoded to an invalid .7z file.
script-kiddies: your logic is illogical, yo mama is fat!
me: Oh OK, I don't think that's make sense, but thank you anyway.

-- continued --
me: But why some are z-packed and the others are not?
script-kiddies: your logic is illogical, yo mama is fat! fatter then pique!
me: I agree, amazing what your brain can do to you, isn't it?

Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File plugin x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #26 on: September 20, 2017, 01:48:23 AM »

Lancelot

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Hi aa,

Since your first 2 post of your current topic, I was expecting your above posts.  :thumbsup:
Which are the real reasons you come to this forum.  :great:

It is not new people like you come around time to time only to waste time and insult with childish immature post games following uneducated moral.
 Maybe you are now happy by satisfying your ego with disgracing others.
  Congratulations , you play 4 days with post gaming for your fun.


This forum helps people for 7 years now, mainly developing pe projects to better and better, helping newbies.
 Forum rules clearly show we avoid lame and non-constructive posts like yours above.
  Post games is not new to us.
  The reason we create http://theoven.org forum 7 years ago is to avoid people like you.

    I'd really never hoped, a dozen times for a year would be enough for people like you try to bullying others, people like you never stop. (Sigh)


As written before, have fun with your post games elsewhere and never come around with such non-constructive childish post games.

 :horse:
« Last Edit: November 05, 2017, 07:44:02 AM by Lancelot »

Re: Components\vcRuntimes_File plugin x86-VC9.7z is corrupted
« Reply #27 on: October 14, 2017, 05:32:36 AM »

biatche

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not sure if this is the topic, is it possible to add vcruntime 2017?



Lancelot :
biatche open new topic here
http://theoven.org/index.php?topic=2264.0

Topic preserved as a nice example of post game made by a member "aa" from Indonesia

:turtle:
« Last Edit: November 05, 2017, 07:36:43 AM by Lancelot »

 

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