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shahed26

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  1. Thanks mate for the reg fix. I always prefer UAC completely off.
  2. Downloaded from the same link above, and downloaded full 1.34gb. Yes, downloading speed is very slow, but you should really use a download manager to avoid any problems
  3. Thanks aviv00 for Windows AIK version 2.0 links. All this time i was using dism with my custom made batch command files...
  4. Make sure you have NET Framework installed 2.0 or above. Also make sure you also install wimfltr, by right clicking on wimfltr.inf, and then choose install
  5. shahed26

    SP2 Slipstream

    vLite does not support slipstreaming of SP2. You can try this http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=5092
  6. shahed26

    Happy holidays!

    Happy holidays Nuhi, and all msfn ppl!
  7. Yes, file transfer problem was fixed in vista sp1, but in windows 7, file transfer is super fast.
  8. mmmm, the problem seems like a poor signal strength, or signal constantly falling. (just a guess though)
  9. http://www.msfn.org/board/Office-2007-Unat...d-S-t72392.html
  10. wima, you have done a great job, with the analogue getting to work. Great stuffs
  11. When you download vista-tools, there is a file called "Readme.txt" Open that file, and the instructions are inside.
  12. Yes, win7 is faster when it comes to deleting copying files, and apps are also faster on win7. But overall experience with win7 was not great, as the explorer kept crashing, and multitasking was also for some reason not smooth compare to vista on my 4gb ram. Am gona install win7 again, and give a try, and compare with vista
  13. Tune up utilities 2008= trial CCleaner = freeware
  14. http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=1978 And video tutorial http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=4659
  15. The best and the easiest way to integrate drivers without errors or pop-ups, is by using "Vista-Tools". It uses Microsoft's official WAIK application to add drivers, very easy to use application (vista-tools) that does the job perfectly. Vista DriverPacks for x86 and x64, and integrator
  16. The best and the easiest way to integrate drivers without errors or pop-ups, is by using "Vista-Tools". It uses Microsoft's official WAIK application to add drivers, very easy to use application (vista-tools) that does the job perfectly. Vista DriverPacks for x86 and x64, and integrator
  17. This is just getting better and better. AWESOME STUFFS!!, Keep it up jonnyboy82 :thumbup
  18. http://www.foxs-extreme-tech.info/Forums/f...play.php?fid=87
  19. http://www.msfn.org/board/Windows-Post-Install-Wiza-f93.html
  20. After couple of hours of testing, i see still server 2008 (configured as workstation) is faster than win7. Boot time for server 2008 = 35sec boot time for win7 = 42-45 sec Applications runs slightly more faster than win7, and also multitasking is much more smoother under server 2008. Its too early to tell, but i think win7 will be more faster, and improve as time goes, just waiting for beta 1 of win7.
  21. DONT remove storage drivers, keep them, or else vista installation wont find your hdd
  22. Great driverpacks for vista..check it out http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6703 Are there any instructions on the website on how to integrate the drivers into the Vista image? Is this process a "hack job" or it's a "standard compliant job"? The instructions are inside the download (vista-tools, the application that integrates the drivers) Its not a hack tool, its a standard compliant job, as it uses the Microsoft official tool "WAIK" to integrate the drivers


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