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grpprod

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  1. I am not sure I understand what you're saying. I did not make any manual intervention on the whole procedure.
  2. Hi, integration to i386 does not seem to work as expected. Did not have this problem with 4.x branch. The procedure I usually follow is to apply XPize to XP CD and then run nLite over it to remove stuff. With XPize 5, it complains about several files (eg. syssetup.dll, uxtheme.dll etc) and even though the procedure finishes, the created CD does not install properly. XP version I tried all this with was x32 Greek w/ SP3.
  3. I understand what is mentioned in Tweak UI. However, I am talking about newly-created thumbnails. I even tried to remove every thumbs.db file I could find after modifying the setting, just to make sure they will be re-created. Same problem. I repeat that this setting appears to work just fine under XP x64. Same procedure was followed. One more note: Even it does not work, I am able to view the thumbnail in the correct quality if I right-click on it and choose 'Refresh thumbnail'. Yet they are not created with high quality in the first place, and it is obvious that it is impossible to manually
  4. Hi, I have just tried to set the two DWORDS affecting thumbnail size and quality under XP. Unfortunately, ThumbnailQuality does not seem to work. No matter what value I set it to be, thumbnail view in Explorer always shows low quality thumbnails. PLEASE NOTE: that I have tried this in 64-bit Windows XP and works just fine. Has anyone experienced this? Any help would be appreciated.
  5. Hi, just installed Vista x64 SP1 over a fresh installation. Everything OK, except for one thing: I can't download ANYTHING under IE7. Here is the message: "internet explorer cannot download ..... from ......" "internet explorer was not able to open this internet site. the requested site is either unavailable....." any help would be appreciated
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    Asus AI Suite

    Hi, I have created my usual nLite installation for XP32 SP2, with which I had no problems whatsoever in the past, not even event log errors. But recently, I tried to install an Asus utility, called AI Suite, which monitors/sets various system variables (FSB etc). This one doesn't work, and here is its complaint: "Invalid class string". Then it ends. Here is my nLite config, and I would appreciate if someone has faced the same issue and knows what not to remove: [Main] Env = 1.4.1 - 2.0.50727.312.Microsoft Windows NT 6.0.6000.0 Target = Windows XP Professional SP2 - 5.1.2600.2180 - English (Un
  7. Hi all, I have an external Seagate FreeAgent 750GB HDD, and trying to use it via the eSata interface. The problem I am facing is that, it hangs when trying to copy a large (>3GB) file TO it from my main disk. It will seriously hang, the computer becomes unresponsive (the mouse works, but can't start any program at all, not even an explorer window). In smaller files (650MB) there is no problem. Also, there is no problem when using the USB interface (although I haven't tested it thoroughly). The motherboard used is an Asus P5K Deluxe. I have experienced this problem in Windows XP AND Windows
  8. Hi all, I use Windows XP x64, but it seems to me this topic might be of interest to other versions of the OS (perhaps except Vista). I was always wondering why there aren't any Intel CPU drivers available. I really cannot understand, for example, how a 6-year-old OS as Windows XP x32 can fully utilize the power of an Intel Core 2 Quad without any drivers, since almost all current processors did not exist at the time the OS became available. Not to mention the case where someone wants to install Windows 2000. Or consider the scenario where someone bought such a hardware and wishes to install a
  9. Hi all, I created an nLited XP x64 SP2, which works fine. Except for one thing: Under device manager, I have a yellow exclamation mark for the following device: Audio device on High Definition Audio Bus I am confused, and here are the reasons: 1. Audio works fine. It's a SoundMax Integrated Digital HD Audio. Drivers are integrated using nLite, and they work just fine. 2. This is supposed to be an issue addressed by patch KB901105, which is INCLUDED in XP x64 SP2, which is the original CD I am using. 3. Normal XP x64 installation from the original CD works just fine (ie. no excl. mark) 4. Manua
  10. That's what I did. Anyway, I will start a new topic about this issue, please have a look.
  11. Thanks, however it doesn't work. It gives me a 'This device is not configured correctly (code 1). Not to mention that the driver will not install automatically (only if I choose manual 'Have disk' and ignore the warnings). Any idea what the heck is going on? Btw, I thing we are following the wrong approach here. No matter if it works or not, the big question is, WHAT exactly is being removed by nLite causing all these problems? I havent seen anything relevant during nliting. Perhaps we should not remove Sound drivers?
  12. I still don't follow. I have the file WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB901105-v3-x64-ENU.exe and there is no CAB in it (I opened it with WinRAR).
  13. Thanks to all, indeed, including the AMD support solved it. This sucks I have one minor issue remaining. I get the usual "Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) High Definition Audio" device problem. IrfCore, I have read a post of yours on thehotfixshare regarding the integration of KB901105, but haven't been able to reproduce it. I tried integrating the hotfix with nlite, and it complains that it is created for a DIFFERENT OS, which is obviously wrong (nuhi should have a look at this... ). And of course, running the hotfix just complains that it should not install itself since there is SP2 pre
  14. Hi, been trying to create an nLited XP x64. I am familiar with the procedure and what to avoid, yet I'm stuck here with a couple of issues. Could nuhi or someone else please help. 1. It seems I am losing Intel processor driver. Instead of seeing 4 processors (I have a Core 2 Quad 6600) nder Device Manager, I get unknown devices. I have NOT removed neither 'CPU Intel' nor 'Multi-processor support'. 2. I also receive DCOM error 10016 described earlier in the forum. Can solve this manually after installation, but the point is to find out how this is happening in the first place. Any ideas would b
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