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  1. http://unattended.msfn.org/advanced/cosmet...lboard/text.htm Read that. Btw just keep an XPlode per disc.
  2. Well you install under T-12, all settings come under Default User. New users copy over that data. I install everything at that time.
  3. http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...ndpost&p=314505 Meh If not on T-12, check my sig. =p
  4. Unfortunatly I could not reproduce that bug. I can't even close the app with ALT-F4. Maybe I'll try to fix it soon. In lighter news, I crapped out a new version. ^-^ <span style='font-size:9pt;line-height:100%'> </span><span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'> Download CDswitch 0.7a here (181k).</span> <span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'> Download CDswitch 0.7a with helpfile here (691k).</span> Four "critical" errors have been fixed, yay. Next to that, CDswitch is now completly "silent", as it won't give any errors any more (instead it will exit without informing you). A substitute for this method is the "l"-parameter (soon to be less confusing). It's sort of logging, but the only error it catches is when the file's not found. Meh. I needed this feature since something wasn't working for me, so now I extended it a bit. These parameters: cdswitch m00 1 /r:notepad /w /l:%systemdrive%\cdswitch.txt Opening the file "cdswitch.txt" will then output something like this: ================= CDswitch 0.7a log ================= CDswitch version: Path to CDswitch: D:\Andere OEM dingen\cdswitch\cdswitch.exe Resolution: 1280x800x32x60 OS: WIN_XP Service Pack 2 build 2600 Working directory: D:\Andere OEM dingen\AutoIT\cdswitch User: Nanaki Date: 25/05/2005 Time: 20:45.12 Your supplied parameters: m00 1 /r:notepad /w /l:C:\cdswitch.txt Number of parameters detected: 5 Parameter check: ---------------- 3. Parameter "/r" detected. Used to launch applications. Errors will be detected when needed. 4. Parameter "/w" detected. Used to let CDswitch wait when launching applications. 5. Parameter "/l" detected. Used to create this log. The log will be saved at "C:\cdswitch.txt". Disc drive check: ----------------- Detected drives: 1. f: ================ END LOG ================ That's it for today. ^^
  5. They arent. I copied my WoW directory from my laptop to desktop and it worked fine.
  6. Posts the scripts, so we can tell you what goes where.
  7. I just created a small tool to set file properties by just dragging and dropping them. You can drop multiple files and/or folders too. Just for the heck of it I(m gonna throw it online. If you want to use it, check the desired properties (nor checked or unchecked leaves the current properties) and then drag and drop the files in the square. I use it to easily hide files and unhide them. Just check System and Hide for that. edit= whoops, download it here.
  8. ... and then there's my parents of course. I moved mountains to get on WoW. XD
  9. I don't think that's a poor excuse, I'm just very sensitive about giving out information on the internet.
  10. Well, I'd love to donate and pay for XPlode, but paying over the internet is not possible for me. So for now, I'll just stick with 4.1...
  11. Well, I'm off for a week (Venise ^^). I'll continue this app when I find time. Though I wanted to share this quickly: installing with multiple discs with XPlode during T-12. The problem with XPlode was that it asks back for the first disc at the end. Enter cmdlines. I now use this code in my cmdlines.txt: [COMMANDS] "..\Install\XPlode\XPlodelog.cmd" "cdswitch WXHFPP2_NL D: /R:D:\Install\XPlode\XPlodelog.cmd /W" I now keep one XPlode per disc with each its own script. This results in a perfectly clean T-12 XPlode multidisc installation. To determine the drive you could use the "/eg" parameter, but that's broken now. Oh well.
  12. Crap, I need help with this, please. This is the final bug remaining in my uA CD. :/ I applied the WinSP2 from unattended.msfn.org. Then I applied the "SFCdisable"-value: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon] "SFCDisable"=dword:FFFFFF9D during T-12. After the first boot, a window immediatly pops up (the WFP-warning). Please help. :/ I don't minding disabling it permanently.
  13. 1. That backslash caused the subdirectory, it's fixed now. 2. I am outside, I have a laptop. 3. I gotta work on my laptop for school, it blows. :/
  14. Just use the path as a parameter (EDIT2=normally this is NOT needed! Just run the file, the path will be detect automatically): winampuser C:\Apps\Musik\Winamp winampuser C:\Program Files\Winamp winampuser %ProgramFiles%\Winamp I guess this is the latest bugfix. EDIT: or not. Now it should work, also without any parameter. The MSI putted a backslash at the end of the path, these are now filtered out. Download here.
  15. HKCU\Software\Winamp Oh well, maybe I'll add a parameter to it.
  16. Updated now. There, the two flaws have been resolved. It now also works on FAT and with any Winamp-installation. Download here.
  17. lol WinampUser Just run it after winamp has installed.. Everything else goes by itself. Haven't really tested it yet, so I'll just wait for feedback. Ik sukkelen met de klote-ntfs gedoe. Een pint als ge mij tegenkomt. ^^ edit= installer merged into main WAmulti program, and basically included in Winamp itself nowadays
  18. I'll look into it next week. Was gonna do it anyway... edit= or now
  19. Meh I'll fix that in the next version, but for now just use ESC to exit.
  20. I prefer Gecko over Opera, but that's just me. I'm pro-anti-MSIE.
  21. I don't have time to read all the above (off to get WoW), but here's my two cents. Win 1.0 and 2.0 were basically DOS with some more colours. Win 3.11 is also still DOS but added a shell around it. Win95 extended that shell to a great deal. It added more memory instructions but in the core, it's still DOS. It's not just backwards compatible, it IS DOS. Win98/SE/ME were all based on that same Win95C-core, so also DOS. WinNT3 was -as you might know- the server OS, and introduced a whole new core to improve stabibility. It was BASED on DOS (in contrary to Win9X, who were DOS with a shell) and even used some characteristics of it. WinNT4 completly said goodbye to DOS, and introduced a fully non-DOS kernel. Win2k (WinNT 5.0) improved the stabibility of that core. WinXP (WinNT 5.1) added more backwards compability. Win2k3 (WinNT 5.2) added nothing new really. EDIT= Does this discussion have any point?
  22. Gmail IS unlimited, it keeps growing.

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