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mr-data

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  1. mr-data

    vLite-ing Win Server 2008 R2

    I'm about to install a couple of servers, whose OS will be either Win Server 2008 R2 or variants thereof. And now I'am curious: As far as I know, Win Server 2008 R2 shares its core with Win 7 (x64, of course) right? And if vLite can be used to customize said OS (which I've seen been done, and is about to do before re-installing my laptop (I'm doing a clean install, after I've been using Vista and growing tired of that OS), and so it seems to be working (I'm testing it on a virtual pc first).
  2. mr-data

    Win Server 2008 R2

    I'm about to install a couple of servers, whose OS will be either Win Server 2008 R2 or variants thereof. And now I'am curious: As far as I know, Win Server 2008 R2 shares its core with Win 7 (x64, of course) right? And if vLite can be used to customize said OS (which I've seen been done, and is about to do before re-installing my laptop (I'm doing a clean install, after I've been using Vista and growing tired of that OS), and so it seems to be working (I'm testing it on a virtual pc first).
  3. I have a problem with my copy of Office 2003 student edition. It causes my computer to "freeze"/lock up at random points, so that Windows will not even respond when I press "Ctrl+Alt+Delete". I have tried the following methods, in attemps to cure this problem: 1. Un-installed Office, restored Windows to a restore point created before Office where installed, and the re-installed. 2. With a suspicion that it might where something in my Windows installation, I tried to back-up my files, and re-install Windows. Office was then installed after Windows had been re-installed. In both cases, it did not work, and I am running out of idea's about what I can do (except from switching to Open Office.org or the like). And now I am wondering: Does any of you suffer with the same problem? Some information on my system: MB: Gigabyte GA-7VM400M. CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2400+ Ram: 1 stick of 512 MB Elexir PC3200, and 1 stick of Kingston 256 MB PC3200 HDD: Some old Western Digital. Optical drive: An old Sony DVD-reader with CD-burner. Graphics: Club3D GeForce 5200 OS: MS Windows XP Home Edition, in Danish. Installed with Service Pack 2, all the latest WHQL-drivers. My office pack is "MS Office 2003 edition for students and teachers", in Danish. I thank you for your help in advance.
  4. mr-data

    Integrating driver(s)

    Hello to everyone on the forums. I would like to ask for your help with a situation. As I am going to pass on my old computer to my parents (as I am moving out from them), I off course need to pass on the Windows CD that I bought, alongside it. However, there are a few components which the original Windows CD does not contain drivers for. These are the onboard VGA-graphics-card, and the onboard Realtek-soundcard. I have managed to get hold to nessecary drivers, which works flawless, and now I would like to make a customized Windows CD to the computer, complete with all drivers as my parents are not exactly expertusers. According to the nliteos.com site, this requires the drivers to be .inf-files, and here is the problem: I have only been able to find 1 .inf-file for each driver. So now I am wondering; is 1 .inf-file really enough to get the complete driver integrated to the CD, and do I need to add anymore files other than the .inf-files? Last but not least, I would like to thank you in advance for your help.
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