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    Reboot and check for updates again!
  2. Hello Guys, My Scenario: 1) I cannot boot in safe mode at all. 2) The startup repair option from the Vista DVD does not work. 3) If you reinstall from the Vista DVD without first formatting, the windows folder is renamed to windows.old. 4) The upgrade is disabled / I cannot run setup from within windows. Does anyone know how to do a REPAIR INSTALL in windows vista like the option in XP?!?! where you press "R" to repair the windows installation and not loosing any data or settings?? Thx!
  3. Thanks nuhi! @kevinN206: did you remove ultimate extras?
  4. ...Users will be able to integrate SP3 on top of Windows XP SP1 or Windows XP SP2 with absolutely no problems. However, they will not be able to do the same with XP RTM. This because support for XP RTM has been retired for quite a while. Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 0 (RTM) and Windows XP Professional Service Pack 0 (RTM) are no longer supported since 30-August-2004. With support retired for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2002 Service Pack 0 (RTM) one year later, on 30-August-2005... Source:http://news.softpedia.com/news/Microsoft-XP-SP3-Does-Not-Support-Windows-XP-76472.shtml cluberti have you tried slipstreaming SP3 to an SP0 OR RTM XP disc?? I am talking about the taskbar on the desktop. Right click on the taskbar > Toolbars> Notice that the Address option has been removed in SP3.
  5. Isn't SP1 or SP2 a prerequisite to slipstream SP3?? I think MS said that SP0 is no more supported and that it is not possible to slipstream SP3 without these prerequisites first! Thx Innocent Devil , will try that solution as soon as SP3 hit RTM.
  6. So is it impossible or difficult to bring back the address bar then??
  7. Hi guys, "After installing Windows XP Service Pack 3 Beta, the Address Bar feature will be removed from the Taskbar The Address Bar feature will not be present in Windows XP Service Pack 3. This change is in response to a regulatory request and is present beginning with Windows XP Service Pack 3 Beta. Please, can anyone tell me how to return it permanently?? Is there a registry hack or something?? I use this feature every time on XP. If it's a Regulatory request, why didn't they remove it in Vista also?? Thx!
  8. Which version of vLite is more likely to work with 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_Client_en-us-FRMCFRE_EN_DVD.iso? I'm going to try it soon, so it would be nice to know which version has the best chance of success. Thanks, dd_wizard The latest one, vLite 1.1.1, tested and working fine with 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_Client_en-us-FRMCFRE_EN_DVD.iso, thx to nuhi
  9. Windows Vista SP1 RTM (same build as Server 2008): 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_Client_en-us-FRMCFRE_EN_DVD.iso
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    vLite on Vista SP1

    Nice job nuhi, Tested the new vLite and No registry error either on the old SP1 v275 or the Final SP1 RTM. Thanks!
  11. ZeDMaN

    vLite on Vista SP1

    Got same error with the Windows Vista ULTIMATE 32-bit - 6.0.6001.16659 - Service Pack 1, v.275 Registry load error The system cannot find the specified file.
  12. Nuhi don’t you think that you must state something like this on vLite homepage to clear some misunderstanding: Warning: When searching for updates in Windows Vista (Windows Updates in Control Panel), Hotfixes will not appear for components that have been removed by vLite. This is NOT a bug! If for e.g. Windows Defender was removed, no definition updates will appear on Windows Update! Congrats nuhi you are da man!
  13. Appreciate your hard work Mr Dino! Big thanks!!!
  14. ZeDMaN

    Vista Update Pack

    Try this : http://vistapacks.siginetsoftware.com/ B)
  15. Got my gift Merry X Mas Big Thanks Mr nuhi for the hardwork

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