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Numinous

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  1. i cant see a clear winner, we need a poll
  2. its been a while since i did this so its a wee bit hazy.. you need to create a file in your $oem$ folder called whatever.ins that should contain something like this :: [Internet_Mail] Use_IMAP=Yes IMAP_Server=******** SMTP_Server=******** Logon_Using_SPA=No SMTP_Logon_Using_SPA=No SMTP_Logon_Required=0 IMAP_Root_Folder=InBox Use_Special_Folders=0 Junk_Mail_Filtering=1 Default_Client=Yes HTML_Msgs=1 [Outlook_Express_Global] Read_Only=0 Disable_Account_Access=0 [Outlook_Express] Folder_Bar=1 Folder_List=1 Outlook_Bar=0 Status_Bar=1 Contacts=1 Tip_Day=0 Toolbar=1 Show_Toolbar_Text=1 Preview_Pa
  3. never was one to blow my own whistle but give this a go http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...indpost&p=64339
  4. excellent.. all the best and congratulations :beer:
  5. pink floyd .. without a doubt .. superbious
  6. i have this one ... eject.zip eject e: opens the tray eject e: /l closes the tray you'll need some kind of handler to send the right drive letter to the command :/
  7. for the same reason anyone would want to convert a reg file to an inf file ..lol i want it because i use a folder full of reg files processed with a command like this.. for %%i in (%systemdrive%\install\regtweaks\*.reg) do start /wait regedit /s %%i seeing as regedit exports reg files it makes things a whole lot easier if i need to add or remove a tweak i just drop it in or move it out of the folder
  8. hmm.. dont suppose you know of something that converts infs to reg files
  9. in xp you can prioritize device IRQs to improve performance open the system information utility (msinfo32.exe) ..to view your systems IRQs navigate to Hardware Resources\IRQs open regedit and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\PriorityControl create a new DWORD value called IRQ#Priority, where # would be the IRQ of the device to prioritize (for example IRQ8Priority for IRQ 8, your system CMOS). double-click the new value, and enter a number for its priority.. enter 1 for top priority, 2 for second, and so-on.. make sure not to enter the same priority number for
  10. oh well worth a try ..ill guess ill have to stick with my 7mb super sleak version
  11. care to share it with us un4given1?? ..although i guess what you've got is the opk version, in which case most of us have it.. i didnt know becoming a volume license customer gave you access to oem material.. hmmmm
  12. thanks geckotek.. must be that the reg key's added when wmp is installed by setup.. you can tell by gosh's post above.. thanks for that.. i suppose you could do the whole tweak through a reg file theres no need to use an inf.. although if your using the inf to redirect your folders just add the my music folder redirection to it
  13. oh i see what you mean.. lol ..i have no idea.. i keep my music elsewhere too.. i'll look into it
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