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hulkviper

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  1. Yes, nLite will tell you if the hotfix is supported if you have Display Reports checked

    the best way is to download of Microsoft.

    then you know what you need.

    Why try :P

    A good tool to easy download important hotfixes is Windows Updates Downloader

    http://wud.jcarle.com/

    Download

    Windows Updates Downloader 2.25 WUD225B886Setup.exe

    Check what windows you need in product

    Czech is included as you can see

  2. there is a keep and delete box ;)

    see this

    117270122632d672.gif

    About hotfixes, the filename does not matter.

    If you want to be sure, click on Build date in hotfix section.

    the hotfix on top is integrated first.

    starts from top to bottom.

  3. Thanks,

    "It's even a bigger mess if you choose what you do not need"

    It means, that nuhi creates his nlite in a way that only removes some files from the instalation,

    it means there is no way to slice windows properly -

    - nuhi is just finding files, that can be useing by some aplication or service of windows and let them to remove?

    I used to think, windows are modular ...

    So, I have a lot of hotfixes (some Czech pack - cca 80 MB), but I really don't know, what they are parts of (for which part of windows).

    Btw. - are Czech hotfixes supported by nlite (integrated), or are they only installed during windows installation?

    no matter what language.

    If you have the same source as your hotfix it will be OK!

    Sounds as if you say that it's nuhis job, as far as I know it isn't!

    He tries his best to keep new hotfixes supported.

    You said:

    It means, that nuhi creates his nlite in a way that only removes some files from the instalation,

    it means there is no way to slice windows properly -

    nLite does not only remove files, also reg keys

    windows properly, what that means for you I do not know.

    If everything is removed, what else is left ;)

    nuhi isn't alone, many here help him.

  4. What if I have some hotfix, which was replaced with some newer, but I don't know it and I let to integrate both with nlite. What will happen?

    nLite always choose the newer files.

    If a file is newer in your windows install source, then nLite will use that file instead of the older file of the hotfix.

    But that is something you have to keep track of.

    Just integrate the hotfixes you need!

    What do you mean by: "New unsupported hotfixes are set to run during the windows install" ?

    Direct integration means:

    reg keys and newer files are added to the windows install source

    This saves space.

    A newer hotfix that is not supported, will be set to update your source when you install windows.

    During install process!

    A hotfix that is not supported is copied to your windows source folder I386\svcpack

    Then you see the setup

    example

    KB911562.exe

    means direct integration was not sucessful!

    if you see KB911562.ca_

    that means direct integration was sucessful ;)

    try enabling Display reports for hotfixes and then you will see.

    Hotfix section

    Advanced

    check Display reports

    then you can choose if you want to set unsupported hotfixes to install at windows install or not.

    It will also install hotfixes (during the windows install) for parts of Windows, that I've removed by nlite?

    E. g. - if I remove Windows Media Player - any hotfix for it, wich I'll integrate by nlite will be installed on nonexistent W. M. P. ?

    It will do a big mess ...

    It's even a bigger mess if you choose what you do not need ;)

    But it wont do what you think it will.

    This question is better suited for nuhi :)

  5. Hotfixes, Direct integration:

    German hotfixes to German windows source

    English hotfixes to English windows source

    etc.....

    there are some multi lang

    example, WindowsInstaller-KB893803-v2-x86.exe

    If a newer hotfix comes out and isn't supported by the latest nLite.

    Report and wait for new release of nLite, which probably will support it.

    New unsupported hotfixes are set to run during the windows install.

  6. kelaniz, I have the similar issue.

    Probably because windows installs the drivers for your card after windows installation.

    I would also like to know this and a bit more.

    I need to know how to set my screen resolution to 1600x1200 72Hz

    1600x1200 I know, but custom frequency I don't, isn't possible in windows for me.

    Can only choose 50, 60, 70

    The graphic card does not find the monitor, it shows as standard.

    Now I am usin PowerStrip, but is this possible to set manually?



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