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About haydut1200

  1. 7Slimmer MMX-R2

    I've had a similar errors with Removal, but unfortunately it seems the original authors of these Win 7 slimming guides have moved on to better things. They are all sat at their computers using their barebones O/S's, and here we are with our O/S partitions bursting at the seams. Can't fault them, and it serves us right for not being here at the right time. I've gone back to my vLited Vista x64 which is much smaller than my vLited Win 7 Ultimate.
  2. Network and Sharing Center: The page failed to load

    What a stroke of luck! I came to search about the Network And Sharing Center problem, and there was the answer staring me in the face. Thanks for nudging it back to the, Popcorn. I have a working network again.
  3. Have I made an ISO with full Vista and slipstreamed SP1?

    Thanks, though the SP1 bit was obvious; what I was really asking was whether I had integrated it with an unaltered version of Vista, but that has also become obvious now. Brid lad, eh? I lived there for quite a while, a long time ago.
  4. Have I made an ISO with full Vista and slipstreamed SP1?

    Lots of people looking but no one with an answer. Is this forum mostly populated by us newbies to vLite? Great program by the way, Nuhi, but you knew that, didn't you? (Talking to myself again. That's another age thing.)
  5. I was about to make an ISO with full Vista and slipstreamed SP1 to save having to integrate SP1 every time. However, I just found an ISO on the HD with the following ini contained in it. Does this indicate I've already done what I was about to do? (Memory loss, it's an age thing. ) ; vLite preset file ; ;#Environment: ; vLite v1.2 RC ; Framework 2.0.50727.1434 ; Microsoft Windows NT 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 32-bit ; ;#Target: ; Windows Vista HOMEPREMIUM 32-bit i ; Version 6.0.6001.18000 English (United States) ; vLited with v1.2 RC (01/09/2008 17:09:48) ; [Compatibility] [CustomHide] [Components] [Options] DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Default User Account Control (UAC) = Enabled AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Default Memory requirement = Default AutoPlay = Enabled Paging Executive = Enabled Power scheme = Balanced Power button = Default Sleep button = Default Hibernation = Default Control Panel - Classic View = Default Show hidden files and folders = No Show protected operating system files = No Show extensions for known file types = No IE Phishing Filter = Default IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Default [services] [Protection] [Drivers] [unattended] [Hotfixes] [LanguagePacks]
  6. Yeah, the status bar gets to halfway and stays there for ages here, too, then I look away and suddenly it is finished. I think it waits for me to look away. (I don't really sit and watch it.) I've run vLite on the laptop with XP Pro SP2 installed, and with Vista Home Premium installed, and it is exactly the same, with around the time finishing time.
  7. Although I haven't timed it, I'd say it takes around 70/90 minutes on my laptop - 1.6ghz Celeron. 8 hours seems excessively excessive