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Grope For Luna

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  1. Just installed with nlite 1.01 and ipod sync works fine. I think the issue is with nlite. Unfortunately, nlite causes other problems with Server 2003 R2 so I might have to ditch this setup.
  2. Just tried another install with a few other things enabled - no go. I have a mini 2003 install from Experience on another drive and the ipod can't be detected on that system either. I'm not sure what version of nlite he used. Likely 1.2RC. I think I'll try with version 1.01.
  3. Have you thought about rewritable cds? I'm going to try a new installation. Be back in ~ an hour.
  4. I noticed that my dependency tabs were missing in the service setting boxes so after a little research I learned this is often caused by WMI not being started. I couldn't even find it in the list so I managed to install it by running winmgmt.exe /Regserver. This didn't help, however, as they are still missing, but WMI is running, for whatever that's worth. I'm not sure if it's a bug or I ripped the wrong component. LAST_SESSION.INI
  5. If one critical service isn't started, it can prevent others from starting. eg. DCOM Server Process launcher
  6. Are you using update packs? Maybe a hotfix is to blame.
  7. I had that short-listed but assumed it was only for USB audio cards. As for WMP, I had itunes 7 working fine on an nlited x64 install with WMP removed.
  8. The only components I can possibly see having an effect is Portable Audio or Firewire 1394 support. I turned on Regmon and filemon, plugged in the ipod and the ipod service doesn't make a peep. iTunes checks info on all of the drives except the ipod but that's about it.
  9. I should add that I also unchecked that box in Compatibility and my S&C Wizard works fine. The compatibility box doesn't remove anything. Instead, it should warn you if you remove anything that interferes with operation of anything you have checked.
  10. Sounds more like a driver issue. SATA2 drive?
  11. Yeah, I just noticed mine was gone from 2003 Server. Then again, I'm not sure if it's supposed to be there. I can install Terminal Services manually from the Add/Remove control panel so maybe it's alrite. LAST_SESSION.INI
  12. Make sure your autoplay is set up properly. Right click on the camera and look at the autoplay tab. Use TweakUI to check the Autoplay options. Make sure the Windows Image Acquisition service isn't disabled (put it in auto if you connect the camera often). Attach your last session.ini
  13. I just installed an nlited 2003 Server Standard yesterday and I have the same problem. I didn't remove shell services, however. I haven't tried rebooting with the ipod nano plugged in so I'll try that next. Edit: Yeah, mine will detect if I leave it plugged in at bootup. Post your session file again so I can compare. //removed by mod, attach your preset don't copy paste it, it's too much to scroll Oops... sorry bout that. I haven't been here in a while. LAST_SESSION.INI
  14. Turn off XP restore on the Vista partition. I only use system restore on my system partition.
  15. You can't drag the QL to the side of your screen either. I wish they would reconsider that restriction.
  16. Doesn't work for x64. Not an issue anymore.
  17. I installed x64 using nlite, pruning a bunch of stuff I didn't need, including wmp10. Now, it turns out I need WMP installed to install PowerCinema but the WMP10 installer from Microsoft won't work on x64. Is there a known hack I can use to get this fixed?
  18. I used to use an intake pipe on mine too, although it was a little more ghetto (old peanut can ). A while ago I got fed up with the noise and ripped everything out, mounted it on a board and stuck it up on a beam in the basement. I converted my DVDRW to a USB unit and routed all my cables through the floor. Now it's in the cool basement and I hear nothing but silence.
  19. I was just looking in Device Manager with "Show hidden devices" turned on and I saw two entries that piqued my interest: CdaC15BA CdaD10BA Looking at the details, I see they're made by Macrovision, which indicates they're part of some copy protection system. I haven't installed any programs yet so they must be part of the OS. Can these be safely turned off?


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