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msxyz

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  1. Hi, among the visual effects that does not seem to work there is also the bubble tooltips which are always disabled, regardless of the tweak option selected
  2. So the new Beta 5 will be fine with SP2 ? I'll be trying tomorrow. Thanks
  3. I posted this a couple of day ago, with my .ini too: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=51392 Basically with Sp2, I lost autoplay and proper CD-ROM icon update. Hardware detection still works, as the system recognizes and automatically installs the drivers for all the devices (also external) I've tried. At first I though I was doing something wrong, but using the same presets on a WinXP with SP1 everything is fine and working.
  4. Did you slipstream also SP2 ? If so, it looks we might have a problem in common.
  5. This is the preset I used on both installations. I triple checked that both installations had the same components removed. With sp1a it works, with Sp2 not. [Main] Env = 1.0 beta 5 - 1.1.4322.573.Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600.0 Target = Windows XP Professional Sp1 - build 1106 - English (United States) [Tasks] Remove Components Tweaks Create a Bootable ISO [Components] ;# Applications # Accessibility Options Briefcase ClipBook Viewer Games Internet Games NT Backup Paint Pinball Screensavers ;# Drivers # Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Cameras and Camcorders IBM Thinkpad InfraRed ISDN Modems MultiFunctional Portable Audio Printers Scanners SCSI/RAID Smartcards Sony Jog Dial Tape drives Toshiba DVD decoder card Wireless Ethernet (WLAN) ;# Hardware Support # Brother Devices Multi-port serial adapters ;# Languages # ;Arabic Arabic (Algeria) Arabic (Bahrain) Arabic (Egypt) Arabic (Iraq) Arabic (Jordan) Arabic (Kuwait) Arabic (Lebanon) Arabic (Libya) Arabic (Morocco) Arabic (Oman) Arabic (Qatar) Arabic (Saudi Arabia) Arabic (Syria) Arabic (Tunisia) Arabic (U.A.E.) Arabic (Yemen) Divehi (Maldives) Syriac (Syria) Urdu ;Armenian Armenian ;Baltic Estonian Latvian Lithuanian ;Central Europe Albanian Croatian Czech Hungarian Polish Romanian Serbian (Latin) Slovak Slovenian ;Cyrillic Azeri (Cyrillic) Belarusian Bulgarian FYRO Macedonian Kazakh Kyrgyz (Kyrgyzstan) Mongolian (Mongolia) Russian Serbian (Cyrillic) Tatar Ukrainian Uzbek (Cyrillic) ;Georgian Georgian ;Greek Greek ;Hebrew Hebrew ;Indic Gujarati (India) Hindi Kannada (India) Konkani Marathi Punjabi (India) Sanskrit Tamil Telugu (India) ;Japanese Japanese ;Korean Korean ;Simplified Chinese Chinese (PRC) Chinese (Singapore) ;Thai Farsi Thai ;Traditional Chinese Chinese (Hong Kong S.A.R.) Chinese (Macau S.A.R.) Chinese (Taiwan) ;Turkic Azeri (Latin) Turkish Uzbek (Latin) ;Vietnamese Vietnamese ;Western Europe and United States ;# Multimedia # AOL ART Image Format Support DirectX Diagnostic Tool Images and Backgrounds Media Center Mouse Cursors Music Samples Old CDPlayer and Sound Recorder Speech Support Tablet PC ;# Network # Active Directory service Client for Netware Networks Communication tools FrontPage Extensions Internet Explorer Internet Information Services (IIS) MSN Explorer Netmeeting NetShell Cmd-Tool Outlook Express Synchronization Manager TAPI Application Support Vector Graphics Rendering (VML) Web Folders Windows Messenger ;# Operating System Options # Administrative Templates Administrator VB scripts Color Schemes Desktop Cleanup Wizard Disk and Profile Quota Document Templates File and Settings Wizard Framework Manual Install and Upgrade MS Agent Out of Box Experience (OOBE) Private Character Editor Search Assistant Service Pack Messages Task Scheduler Tour Web View ;# Services # Alerter Application Layer Gateway Autoupdate Background Intelligent Transfer Distributed Link Tracking Client Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) Error Reporting Fax Services Imapi Indexing Service IPSEC Policy Agent Messenger Performance Logs and Alerts QoS RSVP Quality of Service (QoS) Remote Registry Secondary Logon Telnet Server Terminal Services Uninterruptible Power Supply Volume Shadow Copy WebClient Windows Time ;# Directories # support valueadd ;# Compatibility # Compat1 Compat2 [KeepFiles] msconfig.exe [RemoveFiles] blastcln.exe clock.avi [Options] DisableFreereq DisableMinMem ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings" KeepCp ;#ISO maker# isovol = WinLite isoatt = -allow-multidot -relaxed-filenames -allow-leading-dots -N -l -d -D -joliet-long -duplicates-once -no-emul-boot -b boot.bin -hide boot.bin -hide boot.catalog [Patches] TcpIp = 10 UsbPoll = 125 [Services] Themes,2 AppMgmt,3 AudioSrv,2 CryptSvc,2 EventLog,2 HidServ,4 NDProxy,3 NetDDE,4 NetDDEdsdm,4 Netman,3 PlugPlay,2 ProtectedStorage,2 SamSs,2 SENS,4 TapiSrv,3 Wmi,3 LanmanWorkstation,2 RasAuto,3 RasMan,3 RemoteAccess,4 IpFilterDriver,3 IpInIp,3 IpNat,3 NwlnkFlt,3 NwlnkFwd,3 SharedAccess,3 DHCP,2 DNSCACHE,2 NLA,3 LMHosts,2 Browser,2 NetLogon,3 RpcLocator,3 NtLmSsp,3 LanmanServer,2 Srv,3 [Tweaks] ;# Boot & Shutdown # Disable Prefetch-Cache Do not Parse Autoexec.bat ;# Desktop,Taskbar & Startmenu # Remove Internet Explorer icon Remove My Documents icon Remove My Network Places icon ;# Explorer # Disable Autorun Disable Prefix: Shortcut to Recycle Bin: delete files directly Remove Send To on context menu Show Drive Letters in front of Drive Names Show extensions of known file-types ;# File Open/Save Dialog # Disable File MRU-List ;# My Computer # Remove Shared Documents ;# Network # Disable automatic search for network folders and printers Disable restoring mapped network drives on logon Disable Simple File Sharing ;# Privacy # Clear most recently opened documents list on logoff Disable Logging of executed programs Disable User Process Tracking Remove Alexa Spyware ;# Speed # Classic Control Panel Disable Tracking of Broken Shortcut Links Do not cache thumbnails ;# Start Menu # Disable popup on first boot Remove Logoff User Remove My Documents Remove My Music Remove My Pictures Remove Search the Internet from Search Remove Set Program Access and Defaults Remove Username Remove Windows Catalog from Start Menu ;# Taskbar # Disable Hide inactive icons Disable Language-Bar ;# Visual Effects # Disable: Show windows contents while dragging Disable: Use a background image for each folder type ;# Windows Media Player # Disable auto-add music to library Disable automatic codec download Disable MRU Disable silent acqusition Disable starting with Media Guide Disable WMP auto-update No visualization Remove all context menu entries [Drivers] [Hotfixes]
  6. Today I made another test. I prepared to "nLighted" WinXP installations. One was WinXP+Sp1a, the other WinXP+Sp2 I triple checked every step so that I removed exactly the same components from both installations and used the same tweaks. Result? The WinXP+Sp1a installation identifies my drive correctly and for every CD-ROM inserted the icon is correctly updated, the WinXP+Sp2 still has the problem. Conclusion: SP2 messes with something that affects the shell services. The problem is not nLite (disabling autorun under tweaks does not affect the icon as I first suspected), nor me making some dumb moves. >
  7. PPS: I just checked again and the component that controls the naming of the CD ROM is listed as "Shell services" under Services. I DIDN'T remove it. Yet with SP2 I lost the CDROM detection
  8. Thanks, I did remove the secondary logon - multiple users feature but not anything shell related.. It's odd that with the same list of removed components but without using the SP, the drive is correctly identified.
  9. I recently reformatted and installed a "lite" version of Windows XP+Sp2 and I noticed that my DVD-RAM drive is now listed as a generic "CD-ROM" in the "My Computer" explorer window. Nero and other burning programs are still working normally, though. Before anyone asks, yes I removed the Imapi feature, but so I did the last time I used nLite (it was a much earlier beta) and the icon was correct. I did some more experiments (swapping drives, adding / removing features with nLite) and I discovered that this happens only with Sp2 insatalled. If I use a clean WinXP copy, my drive is correctly listed as a DVD-RAM with the proper icon in the explorer window. As I said this is purely a cosmetic "bug", nothing serious yet an odd behaviour.
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