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dhedges

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  1. I would like to be able to maximize my Windows XP without losing or having the outside border cropped off. I remember using a program a few years ago that could do just that, but I can't remember the name and it's probably outdated now anyway. Would anybody know how this is done or be able to steer me to a program that would prevent the borders of the maximized windows from being chopped off.
  2. I would like to be able to maximize my Windows XP without losing or having the outside border cropped off. I remember using a program a few years ago that could do just that, but I can't remember the name and it's probably outdated now anyway. Would anybody know how this is done or be able to steer me to a program that would prevent the borders of the maximized windows from being chopped off. Thanks dhedges
  3. I would like to be able to maximize my Windows XP without losing or having the outside border cropped off. I remember using a program a few years ago that could do just that, but I can't remember the name and it's probably outdated now anyway. Would anybody know how this is done or be able to steer me to a program that would prevent the borders of the maximized windows from being chopped off. Thanks dhedges
  4. I'm not sure what version of nlite I was using, but it would have been the latest release as of March/2006 and yes I did keep Printer Support. dhedges
  5. Just a few words on partitioning. My HD is 129GB, not real big but big enough for me. I have it divided into six (6) partitions and name them as follows : System (Drive 1 - 10GB) - where I only have my operating system (WinXP) and program files installed. Working (Drive 2 - 10GB) - for all my downloads and basically a place to unzip files and store stuff until I decide whether I want to keep it or not. I dont even download into a directory, just directly onto my working Drive and unzip everything there too. Naturally that's when the directories are created. Programs (Drive 3 - 20GB) - for al
  6. I would like to be able to maximize my Windows XP without losing or having the outside border cropped off. I remember using a program a few years ago that could do just that, but I can't remember the name and it's probably outdated now anyway. Would anybody know how this is done or be able to steer me to a program that would prevent the borders of the maximized windows from being chopped off. Thanks dhedges
  7. I should have known better than to check the "remove support" option for 16 bit applications as I had a problem once before trying to get my Samsung printer to work. Even though it is only a year old it requires a Wow32.dll file which is removed with 16 bit support. After finding the solution to that problem on the forums, I kind of figured I wouldn't be installing any older programs that would require 16 bit support so when I made my latest WinXP CD I checked the option again. It is a gamble to remove many of the components with Nlite unless you read every post of "what not to remove" and eve
  8. I removed support for 16 bit applications and now I can't run Installrite 2.5. Is my only option to make another WinXP and leave the support for 16 bit applications, or is there another solution ? Thanks Dhedges
  9. Your right, pixels is what I meant to say, not bits. Thanks for pointing that out, it's no wonder I haven't had any reply. Hopefully I might get an answer now. regards Doug
  10. I want to start up my unattended WinXP installation with 48 bit icons rather than 32 bit icons. Can someone tell me what I need to do to tweak this setting or offer me the reg.key or something. Thanks Doug
  11. This is a follow-up to a to a question I posed quite a while ago re: my Samsung ML-1710 printer not working. This is the error message I kept getting (Can't load SmartUI Library (code 126) error, ) when I tried printing. I never got around to making another nlited WinXP with less options removed trying to find exactly what was causing the problem. Nobody else seemed to have any ideas either, because after nearly two months I only got one reply to my post (Mar.25th) with a possible solution. Well guess what, that was enough. The solution offered by member ( DIGERATIPRIME ) was to put the WOW32.
  12. Looks like I stripped too much out of WinXP when I nlitened it. I've searched high and low and have tried several fixes to resolve the problem with no luck. I can't post my .ini file because I am not at home but I know I removed 16 bit support which I read could be the culprit. I did try and fix that issue by using a little program I found that reinstalled 16 bit support but still not able to get the printer working. I would like to find out what specifically is causing the printer not to start up. Below is the actual error meassage Can't load SmartUI Library (code 126) error specified module
  13. Looks like I stripped too much out of WinXP when I nlitened it. I've searched high and low and have tried several fixes to resolve the problem with no luck. I can't post my .ini file because I am not at home but I know I removed 16 bit support which I read could be the culprit. I did try and fix that issue by using a little program I found that reinstalled 16 bit support but still not able to get the printer working. I would like to find out what specifically is causing the printer not to start up. Below is the actual error meassage Can't load SmartUI Library (code 126) error specified modul
  14. I want to extract and look at the MusicMatch cab files but apparently they're different from Microsoft's cab files which I don't have a problem extracting using extract.exe from the reource kit and many archive programs. None of these work with the MusicMatch cabs. I am wondering if anyone knows how to get these open. Thanks Doug
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