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  1. After installing Windows 8, I have to add a few languages I want to use myself to client's machine but sometimes I may forget to do so and that'd be troublesome to add every time after installing Windows 8. Is there a way to make adding language working unattended? Thanks
  2. Well, sry. I thought it was official. Anyway, I tried slipstreaming SP1 manually to my DVD files but USB keyboard/mouse didn't work at all after reboot. I wonder why.
  3. I got it from friend's torrent but seems fake though. Did vLite work with Windows 7 SP1 anyway?
  4. It appears dism didn't work properly with official SP1 RC ISO. At first, some packages like modem and printer drivers caused image not serviceable. Then I got BSOD from dism tool but non-SP1 worked fine. I'm not sure if some of packages caused this it's entirely wim tweak's fault. How did you guys manage to trim down 7SP1 with dism?
  5. I recently encountered problem with native touch screen support with Windows 7. I admit I shrinked a lot of stuff including Winsxs and such making installer even small enough to fit in CD. It works with wifi and infared without trouble though. However, it doesn't detect touch feature when I put Acer T230H in. I found devices getting updated in device manager but no touch screen support. My current guess I removed Snipping Tool that caused this but I'm not really sure if there's any other cause. I made it as Starter Edition for keeping things smaller with lowest hassles. I'm not sure if Starter Edition will also cause this because it doesn't come with tablet pc but it should work fine according to report with touch screen monitor. Any idea to solve this problem besides Snipping Tool?
  6. nvm. i found the culprit. some files outside install.wim got removed by nLite causing some preloaded drivers missing. I copied missing files and solved this problem.
  7. I tried this in VMWare. It worked fine but when I test it on real machine using external panasonic bluray combo drive, it showed me error like when ppl forget to put setup.exe from sources folder in. But I did put it in there though. What more is I checked browse function and found no CD drive detected. I didn't remove any additional components besides ones provided in there and I even tried clearing drivers support removal and such but no luck. Any hints to solve this?
  8. My issue is I couldn't set application compatibility to Windows XP successfully in Windows Server 2003 SP1. However, I can set on the rest like Windows 2000, Windows Me but not for XP.
  9. Now I'm using Windows Server 2003 SP2 Beta build 2805. It has MediaCenter restriction keys which disallow me to do mce installation tricks. In XP, I see nLite has Media Center option to remove which also removes MediaCenter key for doing this trick. If you guys know how it's removed, please tell me.
  10. When I opened User Accounts, it said "Wrong number of arguments or invalid property assignment". I tried to make my 2k3 OS as slim as I can but I don't know what caused this.
  11. Looks like there's protection in system32 via sfc. It will disallow renaming system files in there.
  12. I don't know if it has something to do with MS certificated file or not but using this trick with modified files may not work on some machines. I tried this once before publishing Vista Transformation Pack 5.0 but it failed miserably. No files changed. I heard that XPize made successful ones so I gave it a try but still not working like mine also Do you guys have any clue why or any solution would be great.
  13. Solution 1. Extract WindowsXPMediaCenter2005-KB900325-usa.exe file 2. Extract KB900325.exe (I assume 2k3sp1 or 2k3r2 will have all other updates or get update pack from the net so you'll need just this but you can do more if you want) 3. Set compatibility to Windows XP for KB900325\update\update.exe 4. open regedit and head to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows and set CSDVersion to 512 (200 in hexadecimal) 5. Copy custsat.dll from Program Files\Windows Media Player to Windows\eHome 6. Run KB900325\update\update.exe and set do not restart now 7. Extract april 2006 update (WindowsXPMediaCenter2005-KB914548-ENU.exe) 8. Set compatibility to Windows XP for WindowsXPMediaCenter2005-KB914548-ENU\update\update.exe 9. Run WindowsXPMediaCenter2005-KB914548-ENU\update\update.exe 10. Restart and viola
  14. I'll release 2.0 soon with some bug fixes in .sig file, total conversion will be back and full memory access (no dep) if possible.
  15. I found Retail ones somewhere. There's option like this in program.

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