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evisu

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  1. the option is to remove it. disable the option shouldve leave it there?
  2. hi there the new 1.4nlite is awesome. thanks for the great work. however i have problem with the "Press any key...' boot message" option. i have "disabled" it so i wouldn't be entering setup everything i restart. but "Press any key..." message is still not there. i have spent a few hours on my nLite slimmed down version of XP. may i ask if there is any way to put the "Press any key" message back in without redoing everything? Thanks
  3. thanks amigafan thats exactly what i wanted to know 107xMB-220MB = ~850MB another 150ish MB please *dreams* for homeBasic users, will it be possible to remove features of other versions which are included on the disc?
  4. wonder if there will ever be a ReadyBoost for xp
  5. thanks for the reply for a user who only uses browser/foobar(mp3s)/VLC(avis)/msn/(occasionally some online games) which version would perform smoothest? ultimate or basic? i dont really need any visualeffects. i know for sure that im gonna use classic themes.
  6. Hi There im new to this forum and a nlite user. i love how nlite can remove so much stuff and make it run so much faster! (my xp pro sp2 is 176.6mb on cd/ 1.33gb on hdd). thx for a great software! these couple days, iv read about the Vista. one of the features, ReadyBoost, seems magical and would like to try it. problem is that i do not have a DVD burner atm. only a cd-rw/dvd reader ive read from another thread that Vista Ultimate can be lightened to 1gb. which will not fit onto a CD. will Vista Basic @ its litest with readyboost. be able to fit on a CD? Thanks evisu
  7. Hi There im new to this forum and a nlite user. i love how nlite can remove so much stuff and make it run so much faster! (my xp pro sp2 is 176.6mb on cd/ 1.33gb on hdd). thx for a great software! these couple days, iv read about the Vista. one of the features, ReadyBoost, seems magical and would like to try it. problem is that i do not have a DVD burner atm. only a cd-rw/dvd reader ive read from another thread that Vista Ultimate can be lightened to 1gb. which will not fit onto a CD. will Vista Basic @ its litest with readyboost. be able to fit on a CD? Thanks evisu
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