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OliverBGD

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  1. Sounds interesting will have to give it a try. I currently get anywhere from 300KB/sec to 920KB/sec on torentz, just depends which torentt but it does take about 15 minutes to reach those speeds. Does it work on Vista SP1 64bit?
  2. ummm Most laptops that come from reputable dealers have underneath a windows serial number that you can use to re register a new install of windows. So just download or get a friend to borrow his vista cd, vlite the version your laptop is meant for i.e Business, Home Premium or Ultimate. Than flip the laptop and write the serial number into preintergrated options in Vlite. Done
  3. http://www.engadget.com/2008/02/21/microso...-based-systems/
  4. I hope your not trying to do this in order to increase performance, because WoW is meant to be playable even on 400Mhz computers but if that is what your trying to do, the biggest advantage and performance boost in WoW you would get is by switching your hard drives for SSD drives ($900+) which would speed up instance, world map, level loading times by a lot. But than again switch to WIndows XP for boost in slight performance for WoW. AlsoI repeat it is WoW not some high graphic demanding game so any upgarde change other than SSD Drives would not be noticable by humans!
  5. "Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008 are not affected by any of today's bulletins. They're not affected because they are not yet available to the public." The bolded text is what worries me, is it included in SP1 or are we who run SP1 not affected because Microsoft didn't implement SP1 updates in their update utility yet?
  6. Is it just me or is everyone with intergrated SP1 not seeing todays critical updates? Here is the link to it: Critical Updates
  7. I have wasted 8 dvd's so far following the guide and using /flag "Home Premium" until I came across this... flags "EditionID" Specifies the version of Windows you are about to capture. The /flags value is required if you are going to re-deploy a custom Install.wim with Windows Setup. The straight quotation marks are required. This flag is not required if you deploy the image by using ImageX. Valid EditionID values include: HomeBasic HomePremium Starter Ultimate Business Enterprise ServerDatacenter ServerEnterprise ServerStandard
  8. I removed Drivers 900MB, Languages 1GB and from media Video and Picture Samples 500MB. Total saving of 2.5GB. SP1 WORKED I realize its better to do it on reverse intergrated Vista, but I don't want to take a risk of there being another revision when final SP1 comes out, so I dicided to strip it down andinstall teh final SP1 when it comes out
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