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  1. Had I not come here and asked I wouldn`t of gone with the corsar. It`s been in since friday and I`m very happywith it, PSU`s have come a long way since two and a half years ago and with the 5 year guarantee I`ll not be buying one for a while, accept, like the tagan I probably will because by then they`ll have come even further I`ll want a newer, greater model, but still. Thanks all.
  2. I see it`s actuall inards are made by Seasonic who are apparently also good, so I thought to go with a seasonic because they have lower watt models available, but they have an extra fan and don`t have modular cables :/ Looks like it`s a Corsair 520HX then.. time for price hunting. Thanks for your help guys.
  3. I use onboard graphics, meant to mention that.. Reading around the Corsair has got all praise, I like the modular cables. My only concern is even the 520W version might be a bit overkill, there is a 450W version I see but it doesn`t have the modular cables. I`m going to look into your suggestions now DonDamm. From what you`ve said 330W would be ample? I guess with most people using beefy cpu`s and graphic`s, there`s not going to be anything in the lower power range that checks every item on my list.
  4. Yesterday after nearly two and a half years my Tagan TG420-UO1 420W PSU went bang with a flash of light and stream of smoke, thankfully, it didn`t take the rest of the system with it. I like the tagans build quality and it ran fine (up untill it blew up of course), but expected it to last a bit longer TBO so looking for an alternative. My Current system: MSI KM4M-V AMD Athlon XP 2800+ 2X Crucial 512MB, 184-pin DIMM, DDR PC2700 Onboard Graphics 1X WD 40GB 1X WD 80GB 1X 90mm CPU fan Plextor Premium CD Writer Floppy drive I`m after something that`s capable of running the above (and maybe a few extra HD`s in the future) for at least 10 hours a day, be as quiet as possible, energy efficient, stable and eventually blow up gracefully I`ve got my eye on these http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/products/...plies/qt-07400f http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/products/...ies/nesteq-psus (450W) http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/products/...ies/fanless423w Not sure if these are over kill but their quiet http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/products/...s/yes-fl-550atx http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/products/...pplies/nova600w Maybe even this but it`s tagen and not sure if 320W is enuogh anyway http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct....123&subcat= Any suggestions or advise would be greatly appreciated.
  5. rumrak, No need to extract. Just add it as a hotfix. I agree the site needs to be clearer which is why i have a re-design of the website ready to go live when i release the next pack. Madhits45, You nor anyone else have reported my pack causing copy errors. Next month it will have been out for a year.
  6. You can edit winnt.sif by using AddDirective and EditFile Example 1 Will create a new directive and add a line under it: ; Createing [GuiRunOnce] directive in WINNT.SIF [AddDirective] WINNT.SIF,GuiRunOnce ; Adding a line under the created directive [EditFile] WINNT.SIF,GuiRunOnce,GuiRunOnce [GuiRunOnce] %systemdrive%\install\start.cmd Example 2 Will add lines to an existing directive, notice how multiple lines can be added: ; Adding lines to an existing directive [EditFile] WINNT.SIF,Unattended,Unattended [unattended] WaitForReboot="No" NoWaitAfterTextMode=1 NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1
  7. If you get file copy errors it`s because you`ve done something wrong or it`s a bug in nLite. Check your methods and if you still get copy errors make a new thread with steps to reproduce the errors so it can be reproduced and debugged. btw my pack installs legitcheckcontrol.dll so you can access microsoft update.. it doesn`t install the tray nag.
  8. Like i say at ryans forum: I`ve always done everything with nLite and had no copy errors, whichever pack i`ve used. Get on MSN RaGhul and you can walk me through exactly what you do to get copy errors. If it`s reproducible we can figure out why it happens.
  9. This fix is available in 4 languages from my hotfix share archive: http://hotfix.xable.net/ You can also upload aswell as download so if you have any unofficial hotfix`s please upload them there for everyone to share.
  10. He musn`t know that nLite now supports 7zip, Zip and RAR compression. Changelog excerpt:
  11. Link not working again xper. If you send me the site files i`ll mirror it.. lots of invaluable info gosh had collected there.
  12. Yes and ryan already said that, i agreed, then went onto explain the only other way to do it was to record the changes yourself.. i think you misunderstood my reply. I`m thinking he doesn`t have the unmodded CD and want`s one without SP.. maybe wants to go back to SP1 or just have a clean cd without a SP ready to slip SP3 into it.. I know I prefer sliping SP`s into clean rtm cd..
  13. I do realise that.. there is also a howto for requesting fix`s if you bother to look
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