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BeenThereB4

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  1. The title should be "Service Tweaks Debunked for Gamers" as that was what he tested.
  2. Hmmm, what happened with Genuine Notification? It is gone from MU, but what is the scoop??
  3. Check the date and time setting, WGA is sensitive about those!
  4. That is a matter of applying the right tweaks: Network Places - disable recent shares
  5. The hotfix that you were failing on just tries to run the uninstaller for KB912475. That file is the uninstaller for KB912475. Lots of hotfix cleanup programs remove the uninstallers -- normally not a problem --- but leave it to Microsoft to create a problem anyway.
  6. Download the "$NtUninstallKB912475$.zip" below and extract the folder to C:\Windows http://www.digitalforrest.com/images/kille...12475$.zip Now download the KB913670 update and it will install correctly this time.
  7. Uh, ---- use the search function ------ SmartUI Fix
  8. Dial-a-fix light is special made for XPpro to sychronize the permissions. I have tried this tool and it works great for the administrator accounts. Small problem: some user accounts are dissapeared. Does someone know how to prefent or to repair this. Must I give all accounts in the first place administrator privilages, use DAF and change them back? I think you would have had to say "thanks" to get any further answers from me. Bye!
  9. You might try Dial-a-fix full, it's supposed to fix permissions. It just contains Microsoft patches and suggested fixes. You get some ability to pick and choose your fixes.
  10. And that is exactly the symptom when ----------- OEMpreinstall=yes -------- which is explained in the link.
  11. For the love of God, learn how to search! F6 Drivers don't load
  12. NAMEDATE Version 5.03 Copyright © 1999, 2002-2005 by James Greene. All rights reserved. http://www.informatics-consulting.ch NAMEDATE adds a date to a given file's name. Usage: NAMEDATE.EXE [switches] filenames(s) where [switches] may be (**) /F = put the date before the original filename (**) /X = put the date as an extension to the original filename (*) /8 = Use DOS 8.3 filenames (xxYYMMDD.ext) /Z:"[format]" = date format (see documentation) /ZZ:"[format]" = enhanced format (see documentation) (new in v5.0) /M = use the file's modification date/time /O+
  13. [GuiUnattended] AdminPassword=* EncryptedAdminPassword=NO OEMSkipRegional=1 TimeZone = 020 OemSkipWelcome=1 DetachedProgram = "%systemdrive%\Theme.exe" Arguments="/S" On further looking, you are just way off from a working program.
  14. Rename the file to theme.exe and change the command accordingly.
  15. Well, what I do (But, I'm a programmer) is run a program (customized to my needs) from svcpack.inf that copies the stuff from $OEM$ to all the places that it needs to go. Best of both worlds!
  16. If you need to copy the $OEM$ directory, then the simplest solution is pointed to in post #6 above.
  17. Tried them all, currently using ViceVersa Pro. Takes a few minutes to figure out, but it's worth it.
  18. And last but not least --- the correct answer: [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=No TargetPath=\WINDOWS UnattendSwitch="yes" FileSystem=* OemPnPDriversPath="No"
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