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Short Circuit

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  1. Thanks fdv, that's just what I was looking for! Regards.
  2. OK, First I want to thank those who replied. But I guess I wasn't specific enough. I'm creating a new build of XP Pro with SP3 integrated, and I want to eliminate 1394 networking entirely. I know nLite can do it for me, but I then don't learn anything, and beside that, the rest of my builds, both CD\DVD or networked, have always been built manually, by yours truly. Sure I've made my share of mistakes, but I try and learn from them, hence my desire to do it all myself. An addition to my previous questions: As long as the INF files that configure the "1394 Net Adapter" aren't loaded during Windows setup, do I really have to elminate the other files, like .SYS or .DLL etc.? Thanks again.
  3. Hello all, I'd like to permanently remove 1394 networking from Windows XP SP2 or SP3. I have found the file net1394.inf, and the driver files it requires; nic1394.sys and arp1394.sys. If I were to remove any instances of these three files from DRVINDEX.INF, DOSNET.INF and LAYOUT.INF. Would that be enough? Thanks in advance.
  4. This can happen when your floppy drive is dirty/failing or thee floppy itself is corrupt. Try cleaning your drive and/or a new floppy. Good Luck.
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