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  1. http://www.321download.com/LastFreeware/pa...onal%20Firewall
  2. lol..it's amazing what a quick look at drive properties will show yah!
  3. Hi guys I installed the Vista Drive option just to see what it was, but am not seeing anything different than before. Can someone hand me a Clue Stick?
  4. what iceman said. You either have more than one hdd or another device attached when you installed Windows, hence the non-C volume designation. I always disconnect my secondary drives , install the OS, then reconnect them.
  5. LOL..yah well...seeing as I don't need to access the patcher very often, I think I will just stay cheap & turn off Avast if the need arises cheers,
  6. alright, well having to keep manually shut down my PC each time finally got to me, so last night I wiped the drive & reinstalled my Nlited XP Pro/SP3 & got my ACPI working correctly. I also re-installed VistaPack BEFORE any A/V interference, patched, selected extras, and rebooted, all good. AND I read thru the Helpfile!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I CAN run the Patcher, but ONLY if I turn off my Avast Home Edition (free) A/V first. I tried to write a rule to exculde the vistapack.exe, so I no longer get the virus warning, but now get this error I would really like to avoid having to pay for a/v if possible . Any way to get a workaround?
  7. Decided to leave things as is & just put up w/ my PSU shutoff issue, so no-reinstall at this time. I gotta say Damian, this VistaPack is SWEEET looking! Everything just POPs now. Very nice!
  8. Damian No worries. I should have written down the error msg in the first place & asked the question then, before trying to muck around with it . I seem to be having some weird ACPI issues (XP won't shut down on command , just restarts again) so I need to wipe the drive anyways & start over, so THIS time I will patch my XP CD with VistaPack first, then just not use the custom font. Love the transparent taskbar! Cheers for the nice job on this!
  9. Just curious...if I were to reinstall VistaPack again, would it repair what's broken, or further bollocks it?
  10. I wrote: However, I wanted to revert back to the non-custom font, but when I tried to run the VistaPack.exe to select uninstall custom font, it got an error msg & it would not open I looked in the Start menu folder for it & tried to run the Vistapack, but it just crashed. oh well, no worries, looks like I will just wipe the drive & reinstall XP & use something else next time. Thanks for your help.
  11. Well, ran the uninstall.exe from the folder, as there wasn't one in the Start Menu folder for it, and saw the icon list as it supposedly removed everything. Both login & logoff screen remain as do all icons. The font seems to show solely in Thunderbird, but have tried changing the font within it & it doesn't change. I use Avast free a/v, along with Superantispyware & Comodo firewall. I'm by no means an expert on these type of apps, but I have used Xpize, Bricopacks etc without issues in the past. I really dig the look of this one, & only want to figure out why it didn't give me a configure option after install & why it won't completely uninstall. Perhaps I should shut off all "protect" apps & do a reinstall? Appreciate any help, with thanks
  12. Just rebuilt my PC, & decided to try out this pack. Installed normally & the look of it is VERY nice. However, I wanted to revert back to the non-custom font, but when I tried to run the VistaPack.exe to select uninstall custom font, it got an error msg & it would not open. So then I decided to uninstall it & reinstall to see if that fixes it, but after uninstallation, & a reboot, I am seeing everything as it was before! Same font start & logoff screens, etc Nlited XPPro, SP3 etc. I assumed like the BricoPacks, that there would be a config option. Thanks for any help, am hoping to solve the problem & reinstall.

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