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aniperleo

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  1. Can I retain the XP or 2K style search panel in Vista? Can I search between two dates like I could in XP / 2K? I ask this because I can not for the life of me search between two dates in Windows Vista. I write and record a lot of music, and I search for recording projects by dates. For instance; I would search for *.cwp files between 3/1/2007 and 4/1/2007, but now I can't seem to do this anymore with Vista. I've got to imagine that either, 1. There is a way to do this with the Windows Vista search, or, 2. There is a way to use the Windows XP style search or Windows 2K style search to handle the search method I've just mentioned.
  2. Okay, so it's going to be pretty much the same install as it is now (which is the same as Ubuntu). I like it. Maybe it was just Lord of the Rings fans who wanted to see the mega setup So, does anybody want to be involved in this project or am I just making flashy posts for myself?
  3. Two comparison sheets are available online: http://www.maximumcompression.com/data/summary_mf.php http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_archivers
  4. Awesome, we're having a similar discussion at http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=77115 Let's combine our efforts and dialog through this - we may be able to rework the XP installation! You can IM me through MSN at pleiadesonline@hotmail.com or AIM at klyclsin
  5. Is anyone here skilled in making DLLs or playing with Windows or have an interest in joinging me on my venture? I can devote a lot of time and energy to this project.
  6. Thanks for your help. My goal is to create my own cabinet.dll which uses 7z compression instead of cab compression. Imagine the size of your windows discs after that Also, is there anyway to interface with the dll using rundll32?
  7. Hi all, I'm desperately trying to understand cabinet.dll so that I can write my own cabinet.dll replacement. My first step would be to use CABINET.DLL with RUNDLL32 so that I can know how to structure my new file, for instance: I tried running this command: RUNDLL32 CABINET.DLL,Extract FOO.CAB That will not work, however I know that Extract is a valid command, I just don't know the correct syntax for using it. At support.microsoft I found these commands... http://support.microsoft.com/dllhelp/?fid=...;l=55&det=1 DeleteExtractedFiles DllGetVersion Extract FCIAddFile FCICreate FCIDestroy FCIFlushCabinet FCIFlushFolder FDICopy FDICreate FDIDestroy FDIIsCabinet FDITruncateCabinet GetDllVersion Can anyone help me out?
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