Posts posted by RhavoX
I have a few suggestions. First is that when you remove windows mail the key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.contact should also be removed otherwise you will get an option to create a contact in the new file menu and doing so will cause an errorr. Second sugestion is to add a warning to the windows presentation foundation host that if removed it will break the installation of .NET 4
Maybe this is a stupid and unrelated question, but how can one obtain seven +sp1 from technet? And is it possible to obtain a polish version?
Some users reported a problem a while back. The problem was that they were unable to assign security settings of files (you know the allow/deny thing ;p, it affects setting the ownership as well) to the user group "administrators" or to their own username because the system said that this user or group does not exist. The problem occurs when the component "Windows Contacts" is removed so please fix it or add a note to that
Mark in red the Action Center in Accessories and add to its description that removing it breaks the System Performance (or whatever it is called in english version. The GUI WinSAT thing ;p) Gui under my computer properties (buttons there stop working and they look odd). Took me 2 days to figure this one out ;p
When removing japanese (I think) fonts be sure to leave an adnotation that this will break your office 2010 installation. Or just leave those 2 files "MEIRYO.TTC" and "MEIRYOB.TTC" and everything will go smoothly. Maybe add an option to it to "leave necessary files for office". By the way I tried searching for a short while but did not find the answer. Why is the chinese option marked in red? It should say something like "this, that, and this again was reported to break if u remove this". Anyway great software
RT Seven Lite - RC build 1.7.0 and Beta build 2.6.0
in Unattended Windows 7/Server 2008R2
Posted · Edited by RhavoX
That is true ^^. New office versions may warn you during install but clicking on ignore works now ;p. Beta of office 2010 wouldn't continue installation.