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  1. Hmm, that's odd. I've never seen a blue screen from removing a USB flash drive. I've seen it with other devices though.
  2. Hey all, this might be long and kind of confusing, but I'm stumped and need some help. So here goes. Basically what I need to do is install Outlook 2007 onto the accounting computer. The only problem is that when I install Outlook 2007 and go to open it, it will take all the settings and everything from Outlook 2003 and try to use them. Now this wouldn't be such a huge problem but the thing is the severs that it is trying to access have been dead for a few years now, they're no longer there. Normall this wouldn't be a problem, but for some reason Outlook will not let go of these settings. The first thing I did was uninstall Outlook 2007 and then uninstall Outlook 2003. Then I went in and deleted all the folders and files left over. I also deleted the data files (*.pst) thinking this would stop it from sucking the settings and data files back into the new install of Outlook 2007. So I reinstalled and it did the same thing, but this time there were errors because the data files weren't there for it to use. I have tried to go in and manually delete these data files with no luck. It still insist on using the same ones. Basically what I need is a way to do a 100% fresh install of Outlook 2007 without it worrying about what was there before it. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  3. You could also get yourself a second hard drive and install it. Then just put Vista on that hard drive during the install. You could then have XP on one hard drive and Vista on the other. Just be sure to pick the correct hard drive during the Vista install. This will keep you from having to mess with the current partitions and everything. During boot time, you'll be able to choose between the two OSs.
  4. That's really cool. I was shocked at the beginning at how much space Vista took up. I just started playing with vLite today. I have the Enterprise edition of Vista.
  5. This is pretty cool, I'm going to have to give it a try. I've tried things like MoJo Pac and just wasn't impressed.
  6. Hey all, I found this place while looking up some stuff on nLite. It looks very nice so I thought I'd give it a try!
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