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Bilar Crais

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  1. I thought that issue was resolved in this build. Have you looked at the release notes?
  2. From Microsoft: "This behavior is by-design, as Home Basic does not have themes support." http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2005592
  3. I've never used it myself. As far as I can tell, it's just a wizard driven way of sharing files, as opposed to having to manually configure what you want to share. I get along fine with the traditional method of file sharing.
  4. Try setting the following services to start automatically, and reboot: Peer Name Resolution Protocol Peer Networking Grouping Peer Networking Identity Manager PNRP Machine Name Publication Service
  5. Are you building it on a system that you've already removed the winsxs cache from? Rt7 Lite needs .net 3.5.
  6. So many apps are using .net these days. Even keeping .net,but removing the cache, I was able to come up with an x64 .iso of 1.8gb, installed size of 5gb without swap or hibernation files.
  7. I'm all for that! Can you believe .net 4 requires *2 gb* of hard drive space in x64? Someone had an idea several pages back that you could "symlink" the .net files. Does that make sense to you Ben?
  8. Removing winsxs cache will most assuredly break your .net install. While it may leave certain core functionality, your experience suggests that the cache is better left alone. I have found it impossible to reinstall .net once it is removed.
  9. Hello Zumoc: Are you trying this on a windows installation that you had previously used Rt7 Lite to remove the winsxs cache?
  10. Ben: If one removed Internet Explorer, would the cleanup script restart the computer before the registry tweaks (on the last tab of the tweaks section) were merged to the machine? Thanks, CF
  11. Has anyone tried any of the windows update executables, such as the Malicious Software Removal Tool?
  12. On second thought, I think this very telling right here. By merely removing ONE service, you couldn't complete the install? From what I can see, you removed nothing from the system section. I'd be willing to bet it's because you're using it with French Windows 7. Also, are you beginning with a fresh, unmodified W7 disc; not already modified by vLite?
  13. If that's the case, maybe something else is at issue. If anything, Rt7 Lite seems more immune from danger when removing things than vLite was, at least where Windows 7 is concerned. Too bad the LastSession.ini isn't annotated, otherwise I'm sure the offending setting would jump right out. I'll take another look at it.
  14. It looks to me like you are removing a great deal of services, some of which I'm sure are required by Windows to function properly. It's hard to tell, as the services are abbreviated in the Lastsession.ini. In truth, there is very little to be gained by removing most services in terms of hard drive real estate. Perhaps you should simply leave the services section alone completely, then in the tweak section, used one of the "Black Viper" selectable presets on the services tab to disable unnecessary or idle services. Personally, I use the "tweaked" preset.
  15. I had three out of four programs work, but Snapstream BeyondTV's WebUI is heavily dependent on all of the .NET frameworks, and threw errors.
  16. Agreed. And "Removing winsxs cache will render .NET unusable and uninstallable in the future." Also, "Removing Internet Explorer requires a forced reboot after first logon," just so people don't freak out when Windows goes down for a restart. Another example would be Windows Media Manager, in the driver section. "Windows Media Manager is MANDATORY if you use media hardware of any kind." This is not meant as a criticism; just a suggestion so people might know what they are getting themselves into.
  17. I'm not a gamer, but does "Windows Media Encoders and Decoders" ring a bell? Just my initial impression.
  18. Enables verbose startup, shutdown, logon, and logoff status messages. This may be helpful in troubleshooting slow startup, shutdown, logon, or logoff behavior. I believe this tweak is normally available through Gpedit.msc.
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