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uvmain

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  1. ..unless you're on about the nvmixer icon Default, this won't install under Vista Run it in compatibility mode for XP tho, and nvmixer runs fine If nvmixer didn't work in Vista, I'd honestly be back to XP
  2. . <--------- See that? That's a Full Stop! They're amazing things, you should try using them. Can you post your nlite config? With Window's own drivers, the mouse/keyboard will only show up as HID Compliant devices.. you have to install the third party drivers manually to get it to pick them up as Logitech devices. The non-nlited XP obviously has these third party drivers installed, and the nlited XP obviously doesn't.
  3. ■right click on a network share - map network drive ■idividually change the volume of any app from the audio mixer ■install raid drivers from HDD/USB/Anything during setup! ■process manager shows process's location, description, and has a *much* better resource monitor ■amount of free space etc shown on mapped drives ■*huge* thumbnails.. useful for my photo's folder ■translucent gui - not just the obvious explorer blur - install sisoft sandra to see a good example ■really nice preview icons for avi's.. xp had this, but they're ultra hi-res in vista ■ever seen the 'genie' effect when minimizing in OSX? Vista has something similar, but more toned down. effective, but not over the top. ■seems to boot equally as quick as my xp install, which is nLite'd to the max! I'm liking it so far, just wish nVidia would release some comparable drivers to xp!
  4. MS hasn't screwed anything up.. nVidia (are supposed to) make the drivers! Saying that, nVidia hasn't screwed up that badly.. The OS isn't even publicly released yet The DFI drivers haven't been updated in a while.. you'll be better off checking nVidia nzone for drivers, or their ftp - ftp://download.nvidia.com/
  5. The keyboard works fine for brightness etc on my gf's laptop.. make sure you have 'Extended Keyboard' rather than normal keyboard chosen in your localization/language settings I find that the power management features are much better in Vista - go to Control Panel>Power Options>Edit Power Options>Change Advanced Settings There's a plethora of stuff to change Hope this mat fix at least one of your problems! If not.. Ah well, sony software sucks I hate SonicStage, and I loved LikSang
  6. the drives themselves don't need any drivers at all! The sata ports may need additional drivers, but this is very unlikely if the motherboard is based on one of the common chipsets.. ati, nforce, via etc. It's the motherboard that needs chipset drivers, or the pci sata controller that needs drivers, but the sata drives do not need any drivers *edit* - typo's ahoy!
  7. wrong. Vista detects Sata drives just fine, you only need drivers if you have the disk in a raid array. One sata disk will be detected just as easily as a pata disk.. no drivers are needed! It's just a drive, with a different interconnect.. Seriously, I haven't needed drivers for any of my sata drives, and most chipsets' drivers are shipped with Vista. *edit* unless you don't use an onboard controller (eg a pci sata card) - but even then, most controllers such as SIS etc have drivers in the vista install
  8. that only happens if you have gart drivers.. ie an AGP card doesn't happen with PCI-E, because pci-e doesn't use gart.. it allows the grfx card to access windows ram, but it is shared and only when necessary.
  9. sorry for replying to a really old post, but.. what the hell hardware gives you 2gigs video ram? I want one
  10. winamp is my personal choice for audio, but VLC will also cope with mp3 streams if you're looking for something smaller/totally free http://www.videolan.org
  11. I hope you don't expect for it to live much longer. If the OS acts like a live cd, then it will make minimal writes to the flash drive.. it will mostly just be reads into ram If it doesn't, then that flash drive is likely already dead thanks for the portableapps.com link, very usefull
  12. uvmain

    BLUE SCREEN

    His OS is written at the top of the .ini XP SP2 your lastsession.ini shows nothing that would cause conflict.. indeed, it's a very conservative nLite I often find some unattended drivers cause BSOD's, and for some reason, ryanVM's updates. But you have no drivers or hotfixes integrated.. All I can think of is your cd has write errors, or it win32k.sys was read to the image wrong.. wink32.sys sounds corrupt Make the nLite again from fresh (you can use the lastsession.ini to keep settings), and burn a new one at a slow speed
  13. your tweaks look fine to me.. try running windows setup from in windows.. it'll copy all the needed files, reboot, and run windows setup without needing to boot from the windows cd. of course, this way, you'll get a C:/windows.old as well, rather than a clean formatted partition, but you can just del the old win folder
  14. just sounds like you disabled the 'themes' service.. quite simple to rectify, just reset it to automatic
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