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  1. Maybe you have some sort of virus/malware that is preventing the service from being accessed/started...
  2. I don't know if you can do that, but you can always merge/install them on a Windows 7 source and update the image files.
  3. Thanks for the info. I will pass it to some friends that are still in the process of migrating data before installing Windows 7. I may not use it because I already have a Win7 source in a dedicated USB stick since the early betas to do unattended installs.
  4. If remember well, there are entries in the registry for the registration data. Look for them in Current User\Software and Local Machine\Software. The company's name is WINner Tweak Software. Once you find them, export them to a file.
  5. No it mean you need to install "AppleMobileDeviceSupport.msi" to have iTouch and iPhone supported. iPod can work without the AppleMobileDeviceSupport. Where to get the last version of it? And if i underatand right so there is no point to install this version + apple mobile device support cuz the original version will be the same? I was thinking to install this version to avoid too many services in windows. Well, my installers are customized to not run iTunes helper and the iPod service at startup, among other things. Besides, without them, you would need to install the original QuickTime. If you use my installers, you can install QuickTime Alternative which is much much better. If Mobile Device Support (remember that it is not needed for regular iPods, only iPhones/iTouchs) install services, you can set them to manual startup so they will be ran on-demand and not at every system startup. I don't know if it installs services, though.
  6. And don't forget to export settings from the registry. TuneUp sets up a service or two that you may not need. Also, it schedules an automatic scan for temp files, disk defrag and other things. I modified the MSI so that it doesn't schedule this but I can't remember what I did because I don't use it anymore.
  7. You need to install Mobile Device Support if you have an iPod Touch or iPhone.
  8. So you had problems with the modem connected via USB to your computer? My wireless router is not working right now and I have my cable modem connected to the motherboard via Ethernet and I had to install Windows 7 last week. The installation went without any hassles.
  9. My motherboard just fried last week and I had problems with Windows 7 recognizing and installing everything. It took about 6 hours of seeing the installging drivers and it didn't install everything. It is recommended to make clean installs, be it XP, Vista or now 7. If you just change video, sound card or memory, you will be just fine without a clean install.
  10. I'm finishing the iTunes 9.0.1.8 installers right now. I will include Application Support in them. Also, I'm making just one installer for x86 and one for x64. Making English and Multilanguage separated takes some time I don't have much right now. I haven't tried QT Lite 3.0.0 Beta 2 but some guys sent me mails saying that it is working so far.
  11. Just be patient, it will come out soon. The developers are usually fast to release new versions. I don't know if that's an official topic/forum of QA, by the way...
  12. Ok, I know that but I thought that many of use use QuickTime Alternative to watch streaming videos and to play mov files locally. I just offered and alternative with already-made installers. Its a matter of choice for everyone.
  13. iTunes 9.0.0.70 has been released by Apple. Main post updated. My custom installers are ready to download. Get them at the links in my signature.
  14. No, QuickTime is not installed. The only thing needed is QuickTime Alternative which provides not only functionality to iTunes. By the way, the releases are ready. Get them on the links in my signature.
  15. There is no need for that. If you ways want, you can wait for tomorrow when I will release an updated iTunes switchless installer without Quicktime and other stuff as usual. I will updated my blog and the thread here when I'm ready.
  16. If you want, you can get a switchless installer of the latest version (I keep it updated) at the links in my signature.
  17. Install Windows Automated Installation Kit and read the documentation. It contains all the things you need to know to succesfully install Windows Vista or 7 unattended. After that, you can come here for specific questions. Regarding your xml file, copy it to the root of the dvd.
  18. You can use the documentation of WAIK which covers almost everything you need to know. I use this code to get Windows to look for drivers: <settings pass="offlineServicing"> <component name="Microsoft-Windows-PnpCustomizationsNonWinPE" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <DriverPaths> <PathAndCredentials wcm:action="add" wcm:keyValue="1"> <Path>E:\Drivers</Path> </PathAndCredentials> <PathAndCredentials wcm:action="add" wcm:keyValue="2"> <Path>F:\Drivers</Path> </PathAndCredentials> </DriverPaths> </component> </settings> You can have meny paths there, but I don't know what the limit is. Notice that every entry has an unique "keyvalue". I don't like to integrate drivers because I install Windows on many computers and trying to catch up with every driver and injecting it consumes a lot of time for me. Instead, I just get the driver I'm about to install, copy them to that path and modify the letter accordingly.
  19. Hi thnaks for your reply , there isn't a run box in VISTA , well not one like XP , as in start / run, I think I will just bin VISTA and go back to XP !. cheers spike If you are using it for the first time, give it some time to get used to the new things and changes from XP. If you click Computer in the Start Menu it is the same as My PC in XP. You can also right-click it and make a shortcut on the Desktop or Quick Launch Bar. As with XP, you can right-click the taskbar and choose properties. There you can enable the run box in the Start Menu...
  20. I found Window Live Photo Gallery very good after being using it for a month now. It is fast and has plenty of features I may add. You can use any other image viewer out there if you don't want the viewer of WLPG.
  21. Have you checked Creative Lab's website? Many, if not all, drivers for Vista work well in Windows 7.
  22. ajua

    Win 7 x64

    You can search for it. I'm sure you will find a lot of places to get it from. Be sure to search for its hashes too, so you can confirm you are using an unmodified version.
  23. Are you putting them inside Program Files\Windows Sidebar\Shared Gadgets? This is a requirement.
  24. I use FirstLogonCommands. Just make sure to include a variable (such as the one being used in the Unattended Guide of MSFN) so that you can put your folder/setups wverywhere you want, including DVD.
  25. I will try 7stacks as well. Hopefully the makers of True Launch Bar keep up to speed and update it to support Superbar.


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