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fillalph

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  1. Again, sorry that my signature hasn't been updated, but I am running F11 already. I am wondering if perhaps I should change from ACHI --> IDE in the bios and reinstall Vista? I never had any problems in XP like this but then again, I was using IDE mode.
  2. I guess I should have said that I have already reinstalled Vista after I did the switch from IDE to ACHI.
  3. Hi Guys, Thanks for the responses. @brucevangeorge: It says ACPI x64-based PC @cluberti: when I say the CPU has shutdown I mean that the only thing "on" is the optical drive (I can open/close the tray) and the fans. @puntoMX: I haven't made a whole lot of changes to the BIOS. I did switch from IDE to SATA mode - AHCI enabled, no RAID and I manual set my memory timings (to spec though, no overclock). My install is also a slipstream SP1 image (from Microsoft, not nLited).
  4. I installed Windows Vista Business x64 and am having some problems. When I shutdown the computer, CPU stops but the fans and dvd drive still have power (I don't know about the harddrive). I have to hold the power button for 4 seconds to turn it off completely. When turning on the computer later, I never get a message saying that windows didn't shutdown properly - this leads me to believe that the shutdown went alright, but for some reason the peripherals don't get command to shutdown. I have already gone in the power settings and changed it so that the power button and start menu power button
  5. Newzbin? I used to use it about 2 years ago and today went to check it out again, but it is invite only. I was hoping I could get an invite from someone here. If you have one available, my email is my msfn username @ gmail.com Thanks fillalph
  6. Hello, Here is our current setup: Linksys Modem --> Linksys WRT54GL (Tomato firmware) --> D-LINK DES-1024D where all our wired computers in the company connect to (about 18 or so). The WRT54GL also has wireless enabled and we are using WAP AES for security. At the moment we are sharing folders within the company through Microsoft sharing (simple file sharing and the like). I am going to be install a Linux fileserver in the next week or so though. (Please don't laugh ). The wireless wasn't encrypted before and the transport trucks used to go on it while waiting for their trailers to be lo
  7. Hi cool400, I was going to download and install ghostscript and bullzip pdf individually. I didn't know off the top of my head how to do a silent install of ghostscript so I figured I would try out your script. Thanks! fillalph
  8. Quick question. Can I put hotfixes in the folder too? Does Office handle the order in which files (SP1, then hotfixes) get installed first? Thanks
  9. I think I am going to have to wait until a method is figured out to modify the boot files for Vista before I can have multiple computer configurations (and hence, multiple autounattended.xml files). Until then though, I can just put which one I want on a USB flash disk. I think I will try the solution found here http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsVista...3.mspx?mfr=true for my application installation. If someone might have a better solution though, I am all ears. fillalph
  10. Hey Guys, Thanks very muching for your responses. Still not sure of a good setup . Anyone else? fillalph
  11. Here is what I would like to do for Vista: 1. Have two Autounattend.xml files and then when the disc boots choose which one to use 2. Install my applications through an inf file. I did this with XP so many explaining really quick what I did would help. I followed the multiboot guide and created two boot folders (each one has a winnt.sif file) called VOL1 and VOL2. So in each winnt.sif, I could have enique computer names, desktop and notebook. Then I had a cmdlines.txt file which looked like this: cmdow @ /HID @ECHO OFF ::RunOnceEX rundll32 setupapi,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 128 .\set
  12. I am just about to install Vista and I was curious how they setup their users. Maybe their normal user with admin privileges or perhaps setup the admin account and then make their normal user with user privileges and just enter the admin password when need. Perhaps you have a different system. I am all ears -fillalph
  13. http://www.vistaclues.com/windows-vista-pr...y-now-optional/ "Note: the editions that end with N (Windows Vista HOMEBASICN and Windows Vista BUSINESSN) don’t have Windows Media Player to comply with European regulations. Those editions aren’t sold in the US."
  14. Hello Hello. Come on guys, join up. Zxian's credit is dropping and we need people to start picking up the slack. It won't affect your computer's performance. fillalph
  15. ]Bonkers[ --> fillalph Thank you, (I don't know my name yet )
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