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gbmolina

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  1. merci mnogo I see that you speak Bulgarian - ще може ли да прикачиш тук готовия файл (could you attach the modified and working file)? eto: BG_Phonetic_XPsilent.exe Thanks. Now I should figure out a way to include it - with nlite addons it is much easier but there is no phonetic keyboard layout in the form of an nlite addon... Add-On Maker for nLite http://virtualltek.mgbr.net/download/nlaom-setup.exe
  2. merci mnogo I see that you speak Bulgarian - ще може ли да прикачиш тук готовия файл (could you attach the modified and working file)? eto: BG_Phonetic_XPsilent.exe
  3. hi, I have this small app (only 17 kb) wich adds a very much needed kbd layout for bulgarian-the phonetic one. I need to install it silently, but the Universal Silent Switch Finder can't come up with it (the mesage I get is "Unpack the executable using upx.exe -d "BGPhon.exe""). Can anyone help me please? here is the file: http://www.embespbg.com/guille/BGPhon.exe thanks
  4. hm, interesting... the computers were not oem, i.e., no specific brand, i think assembled from different parts.
  5. Yes that remains strange. I can barely imagine that you removed something that disabled disk management. You might have an incomplete installation. Do you have nLite 1.4.8 for sure? Did you look at Windows\Setuperr.log? for sure it was one of the last versions, i don't remember exactly which one. no, i have not looked in setuerr.log, but i imagine that is a log file to be found after the installation is complete. i'm complaining that i cannot install, because tha boot sectors/parition table or something else gets completely screwed up.
  6. to be honest, it never ocurred to me to try and delete partitions from within windows, i came accross that situation when the system disk was already formatted but the partitions were not deleted, because the install cd itself was not caple of doing it. only a not nlited win xp cd was able to delete the partitions.
  7. maybe i did not explain myself well: the nlited install cd won't format/delete the partitions at all. that is the problem. off course i trid to delete the whole thing before declaring that the nlited installation has some sort of problem in dealing with that case. what i do know is that the "clean" win xp cd does the trick. the nlited-does not. keep in mind that i don't remove anything that is advided not to be removed from the installation.
  8. in both cases there were three partitions: one primary and two logical. i.e. C, D, E
  9. i have no idea how they were made, those were machines that had the partitions already done. when I make a partition, usually i determine the size of the system disk through the win xp CD and then just activate the rest through the administrative tools-disk management once the installation has finished. i don't see the point in making more than 2 partitions. so, i have no idea if a third party resize software was used on those machines. but even if it was, a clean win xp cd was able to delete and format the partitions, the nlited one was not
  10. has somebody noticed that a win xp nlited installation cannot format a HDD with more than 2 partitions? i have confirmed this with two different computers and with two different nlited installation. i wrote the author, but he did not reply. am I the only one that has had this problem?
  11. could have been a fat to ntfs converter thing... is you'r hdd a fat or ntf one? ntfs, but it does not really matter coz I delete the partitions and still the nlite installation won't run, the clean win xp cd does run... do no errors come up or anything? you must have removed something important... nope, nop errors at all, like I told before: I have used the same installation hunderdth of times, it only comes up when there are more than two partitions.
  12. could have been a fat to ntfs converter thing... is you'r hdd a fat or ntf one? ntfs, but it does not really matter coz I delete the partitions and still the nlite installation won't run, the clean win xp cd does run...
  13. hi, i think I have discovered a bug in nlite, or, I am removing something I shouldn't be (i follow strictly all guides and recommendations about what not to remove). the thing is, when there are more than 2 partitions, usually the nlited installation does not work properly, even if you try to delete the partitions, nothing happens, the PC starts to behiave like if there is no HDD at all, this does not happen with new computers, as a matter of fact, it does not happen with most of computers, but this is the 4th time I have encountered this error using the same nlited installation of win xp sp2 which normally works fine. the workaround for this is format again using a clean win xp cd. has anyone come accros this? I wrote to nuhi but he did not reply...
  14. hi, I'm trying to make a bat file that will backup my documents with a single click to a specified location, please tell me if the /exclude switch of the xcopy command is used correctly. (the idea is to copy everything except the "filmi" and "downloads" directories. Also, do all operations wait for each other to complete? I.e., will the shutdown command be carried out after all files (except the above mentioned directories) are copied? @ECHO ON :START XCOPY D:\ "G:\" /Y /E /EXCLUDE: D:\filmi\+D:\downloads\ shutdown -s -t: 0 thanks
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