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  1. What is the correct sequence and tool (not procedure) to: 1. Integrate IE9 with Win 7 SP1 MSDN 2. remove winsxs and still be in a position to further remove/ tweak the components in vLite? Is it possible to remove winsxs and still be in a position to install windows update? What I have done so far: 1. Used RTLite to integrate IE9 2. Used gimagex for apply/ capture to remove all unwanted version. If I skip step one, I can use vLite to remove/ tweak feature but I cannot integrate IE9 with winsxs removed If I use step 1 and 2, the image does not open in v:ite to enable me to remove features. Kindly help.
  2. Hello, I have attached the lastsession.ini file. Do let me know if you need any further info. Regards, Ravindra. Last_Session.ini
  3. Hello, With an untouched Win7, office 2003 runs fine. After using vLite, any application in office 2003 starts with an annoying pop-up that says "configuring office 2003....." Has anyone else experienced this? Is there a solution to this? Thanks in advance, Ravindra.
  4. Hello, nLite is for Win XP. Download and use vLite. From my experience, do not remove manual install.exe or attempt to do an unattended set-up. Have fun. Regards, Ravindra.
  5. Hello, Without removing any component, Office 2003 installed and worked nicely. I used vLite to slim the install down and then Office 2003 started giving pop-ups everytime I opened any Office application that said: 'Configuring Office 2003...' What component could be associated with this? Thanks in advance. Ravindra.
  6. Hello, Functionality to switch to external monitor is absent without the drivers. I contactedHP they said that they are working on a fix for this issue. Let's see. Thanks for all your time. Regards, Ravindra.
  7. Hello, As an ignorant on this topic, kindly let me ask you if the "display at full resolution" is a property associated with the driver or is it something associated with the hardware itself. The laptop displays things nicely and runs fin at 1024 X 768. It is only at its rated resolution of 1200 x 800, which is 'enabled' after installing the driver that it fails. So is it that the driver enables some part of the graphics card, and it is this part that now seems to be damaged? Thanks in advance and regards, Ravindra.
  8. Hello, I hope that this is not the famous Nvidia chipset issue. My HP dv9207us laptop has a Nvidia 7600 graphics with 256MB dedicated video memory. It has been running fine until recently when it is giving display problems. On power-up, it allows me to enter the BIOS. It goes into the OS booting process, loads the wireless driver (I see the LED near the switch turn blue from orange), then it throws garbage and then blanks. I have no option to press the power button for 4sec to turn it off. It does allow me to boot into DOS. It does allow me to boot into safe mode with networking too! It behaves like this on both XP (SP2) and Vista (SP1). Why could it be doing so? Is it the graphics driver issue? But then it ran well for more than a year. Could it be some kind of heating issue that it has developed over a period of time? Is this a common issue with this model? Kindly suggest me on further action. Do let me know if you need any further info. All the drivers are downloaded from the HP website. Thanks in advance and regards, Ravindra.
  9. Hello, Thank you for your solutions. This gives me more reasons to extend my stay with XP. Regards, Ravindra.
  10. Hello, I realized that with the OS that is bundled with the Laptop (OEM version), you should not remove the feature to upgrade from Setup.exe which is in the tune 'Manual Install...' in the OS components. regards, Ravindra.
  11. Hello, I made a nLite version from MCE I386 folder by adding Win51IP & Win51IP.SP2 files from elsewhere. I removed components that I generally have removed earlier with success. Booted with CD made from this and it went well till the first reboot. On reboot, after the first Windows screen, the screen goes light bluen and then I get an error which is in the tune " Insufficient System memory, returnin to ATAPI" I am not really sure of all the words. The PC reboots and this happens in a loop. I had installed Vista before. Someone told me that Vista changes MBR and that could be the cause. Can anyone throw some light on this? Do let me know if you need any further info. Thanks in advance and regards, Ravindra.
  12. Hello, One nice features in Vista is that you can right click on your HOME folders like My Pictures, My Music, My Downloads, Favourites and relocate it where-ever you want (on drive other than C:\). This enables you to forget taking back-up of these folders when you format your partition. How can we do this in XP? Thanks in advance and regards, Ravindra.
  13. Hello, I was thinking of removing IE and OE from my installer. I intend to use FF for IE and MS Outlook for Outlook Express. I use these and am convinced that I will stick to these. So I was wondering: 1. If I vLite IE, will it affect any other application? If it is ok to remove, will it give me any performance boost, besides disk space? 2. If I vLite OE, will it affect MS Outlook? If no, then will it give me any performance boost, besides disk space? Thanks in advance & regards, Ravindra.
  14. Hello Nuhi, I slipstreamed SP1 using the vLite v1.1.6 Beta2 and made a disk. This does not have any removals. Just SP1 added to Vista. I did this since slipstreaming takes quite a while and I did not want to do this with future vLite versions. Kindly confirm that the future versions will only add removals and other features and that slipstreaming will remain the same I then removed the components to the same tune as Vista without SP1, the way I had done it earlier. All went well in first attempt. File copying is noticeably fast with SP1. Thanks for all your efforts. Regards, Ravindra.
  15. The link below could be the answer to the owners of faulty dv2000, dv6000 and dv9000 HP laptops http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documen...product=3259108 I had posted my problems earlier here: http://www.msfn.org/board/HP-laptop-start-...ot-t112652.html Thanks and regards, Ravindra.

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