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  1. As far as I know, there is no way to disable it. You could create the smallest paging file possible, which is 2MB I believe. I haven't messed with Photoshop in years, but I think Photoshop will continue to complain unless it's >16MB.
  2. Thanks for the help. To explain the purpose of this, I'm writing a program to determine installed software on the computer it's ran on. It searches the registry for some applications such as Visio. This helps out alot :]
  3. So I'm guessing no one knows anything about Microsoft's Product IDs (not CDKeys). Product IDs aren't limited to Microsoft Visio 2000, but practically all Microsoft products. Is there any other way to determine what edition a MS product is? For example Visio Std/Pro/Tech, MS Office Pro/Std, etc.?
  4. Personally, if I had to choose between a free, slightly time-consuming making images versus buying a DVD burner, I'd choose the images. By the time the DVD burner arrives, you could've already made the images, burned the CDs and have it installed. But I'm very impatient :x
  5. Can't beat any UNIX-variant firewall, particularly OpenBSD, though I'm more familiar with Linux. So, I vote for Linux.
  6. You people are too quick to jump to conclusions. All he ask is there a way to split a DVD image to CD images, or atleast that is how I intrepret it, and to you all, he obviously must have downloaded this illegally. There can't be any possible legitimate use of splitting a DVD image to CD images. As if he wanted to install a program that is on a DVD on a computer without a DVD-ROM and didn't want to trade out the DVD-ROM on his other computer. Yeah, right. You pirated the software. No question. What I would do is make an image of the DVD, extract the DVD image and manually create a new CD image. You should be able to Google for information on how to make ISO (or BIN/Cue) images, depending on your CD burning software.
  7. I'm trying to accurately determine what edition of Visio 2000 is installed. The editions I'm talking about are Professional, Standard, and Technical. Right now, I'm using the ProductID found at SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Visio\6.0\Registration\ProductID, but I believe if any other CDkey is used, the Product ID will be slightly different. Does anyone know what part of the ProductID, if any, determines what edition Visio is, or any better way to find out? Here are the Product IDs, if it helps. Visio 2000 Standard 52609-270-8563213-02137 Visio 2000 Technical 52633-270-8772137-02409 Visio 2000 Professional 52625-270-8717921-02626 I'm not sure what exactly which each set of numbers mean.
  8. Thanks, I'll try that out Ghost 2003, I believe, comes with gdisk.exe that supposedly has a feature to hide/show partitions. I haven't used it yet, however, so I guess I'll see how well it works.
  9. I want the multiboot option screen to look like this: Windows XP Professional Reimage Drive Where Reimage Drive runs a Ghost executable and image located on another partition as Windows. This computer will not have CDROM/DVD or floppy drives. I'm having trouble getting the "Ghost" partition to boot up. This needs to be done without installing a third-party boot manager. I'll try the program you've gave when I get home. Thanks
  10. I've been trying to create a DOS partition and add it to the multiboot options. The DOS partition is being used for the autoexec.bat that will run ghost.exe with switches to reimage Windows XP automatically. I've been playing around with different routes to achieve this with no complete success. The last attempt, I was using bootpart (www.winimage.com/bootpart.htm), but still nothing. This is similar idea to DELL's recovery partition, I guess. Does anyone know of anyway to do this without installing third party software? Thanks
  11. yay It installed to Program Files\JDennis, but I used the following to install into the AIM folder, and it works perfectly. Thanks for your help.
  12. hehe I made that correction, but I wish that was the problem though. I get the error using this command: I've tried using a batch file setting the %PROGRAMFILES% variable, but still no go-edit- Using this command line syntax, it runs and finishes without any errors, but doesn't install: -edit edit- I found DeadAIM.msi in C:\Windows\Downloaded Installations\ but it doesn't like ANY switches - says "Incorrect command line parameters" for every switch.
  13. Oops, I thought it was Installshield because it had "Installshield" labels at the bottomish during installation, and the titlebar if I remember correctly. However, I still get an "Incorrect commandline parameters" error with those command lines
  14. I have Dead AIM 4.5 (www.jdennis.net) that uses Installshield. When I ran it using: "/s /v/qn", it installed in "C:\Program Files\JDennis\DeadAIM\" when it is suppose to install in "C:\Program Files\AIM\" Even when I ran it normally, it installed in the AIM folder. So I ran this to get the setup.iss: deadaim.exe -R And after it completed, I went to C:\Windows, but there was no setup.iss. I even searched for "*.iss" with no results. Can anyone help me out?
  15. The reason why they won't install on Virtual PC 2004 is because Virtual PC doesn't use your real video card; it uses (rather emulates) S3 Trio32/64. Not all nVidia drivers are WHQL certified/signed since they're regularly updated. The 56.64 and the new 56.72 drivers are both signed. I guess the only way is to test it on a system with a nVidia card.

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