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colore

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  1. The "main" related files should be:

    ptpusb.dll

    ptpusd.dll

    ptppusb.inf

    sti.inf

    sti.dll

    stillcam.inf

    it's a looong shot, but you can try checking all references in said *.inf files and try installing them. :unsure:

    Also you can build TWO nlited .iso's, from the same source, one with NO removed items, and one with ONLY the Digital Cameras support removed, and analyze the differences....

    jaclaz

    okay.. I have almost none of them :w00t: (I actualy have only sti.inf, sti.dll)

    what's the next step? can i extract them from win cd? and how do i install them?

    thanks

  2. We can't really tell you without you adding your last_session.ini to your post.

    oh, its been so long ago, I dont have it anymore

    is there a way to restore all the digital camera and PTP/MTP stuff that nlite strips?

  3. hello

    I have a stripped XP version

    I installed my digital camera drivers, but XP doesnt recognize them for some strange reason

    please note that my camera does not have a Mass Storage mode, the pc recognizes it through its PTP/MTP drivers and activates the software to transfer the photos

    is this because I removed something with nlite?

    thanks

  4. hello

    is there a way to customize the 'save as' dialog box?

    for example, at the left there is a list of some default folders and I would like this to be dynamic, to show the last used (recent) folders

    is there a file manager that has customized 'save as' dialog boxes to replace explorer or any other way?

    thanks

  5. hello

    1. does vlite support windows server 2008?

    2. is it true that again server 2008 (optimized for desktops) is better/faster than vista?

    3. is server 2008 better/faster than 2003 (optimized for desktops)?

    4. if yes, which 2008 version is best for desktops?

    thanks

  6. Can you tell us more on what you want to achieve?

    thanks

    I would like to make all the files and folders to all my hard disks (that are external) to appear as if they were all in one disk

    and I then to use this hypothetical disk as a database of all my files and folders so that I can check if a file is already there or not

  7. hello

    I have several external hard disks with files

    I need a program that will gather the names and size of all the files and folders in them and it will create a database of all the files and folders

    then, when I paste a file in a specific folder, it will check if the files is duplicated and it will popup a warning of 'file already exist' as if the file existed

    this will save me from having duplicate files on each of the drives

    is there a program that can do this?

    I know that it can be done with specific RAID hardware, but I want a software solution

    thanks

  8. I think the advantage is obvious

    there will be no congestion of the start up programs trying to start when XP loads, making the winxp start up more heavy than it already is

    you need those programs to always be at hand (at tray) so you need them to start when xp loads, in order to save you starting them manualy or not to have them running in case you forgot to start them manualy

    I am not talking about programs like antivirus that it must be started when the OS loads, but some others that you have them sit at tray

    thanks

  9. hello

    why I cannot delete specific registered filetype extensions?

    for example AVI cannot be deleted:

    163550oe0.png

    but AVS can be deleted:

    163704ks7.png

    and when I 'restore' AVI, then it can be deleted:

    163742kq2.png

    who can explain this ?

    also, is there a speed advantage of deleting rarely used extensions? will the system run smoother?

    thanks

  10. hello

    many people often are worried about long start up times of XP and this is often because of too many programs set to start up with XP

    is there a way to make some programs start few seconds after XP start up?

    this will prevent this common problem and it wont be inconvenient, since most start up programs aren't really meant to work at the time were XP loads

    thanks

  11. hello

    I need a program that will download urls from a list in a text file

    it should just save the html (saving the complete webpage, ie. the html AND a folder with the files, should be optional)

    also, it should use any cookies necessary from the web browser (IE) in order to authenticate

    last, it should download every few seconds between each url, or with random time interval

    do you know any program?

    I already know wget, but I have problems with cookie authentication

    thanks

  12. hello

    as you may hae noticed, the new trend (since vista came out) in window managers is 3D animation

    we had the best window manager and all we missed is 3D animation?

    who wants miliseconds of delay to open a window or to resize it?

    (if you add them, you have a many minutes)

    who wants his pc to comsume serious system resources of expensive hardware that consumes large wattage in order to have this 'eye-candy' ?

    just look at these people here http://bumptop.com/

    they consume so much time and money in order to make a bullsht, in order to bring chaos to desktops and in order to make us buy a 1,000 pc to run a simple task

    what is going on with this trend? they want to impress chicks, or to do work?

    am I the only one that needs a simple, clean, heavily customized, ever-light in resources, fast desktop with USEFUL features?

  13. higher resolutions in smaller sizes cost money. The panels, the graphics chipset, the CPU to process the data to drive the chipset, and the display memory/ram.

    All of that eats up battery too.

    ok, I suppose there might be some users that (according to your way of thinking) buy laptop with celeron, 4.200 rpm hard disk and integrated graphics card in order to save money, memory, energy...

    but let's get back to the topic please

    desktop systems were always the pioneers in new technologies, because there is no space limit, as in laptops, so we first see new technologies in desktops and after few months/years in laptops

    as for monitor dpi, it seems that the opposite happens

    all the web community praised Lenovo L220x as the WUXGA industry-first (and consumer-available, I would say)

    but laptops seem to have higher resolutions, which I find strange

  14. 15.4 laptops typically max out at 1280x800 (maybe 1680x1050)

    I dont know why anyone would want a laptop with a 15.4 screen that ran at 1920x1200. anything less than 20ish inches at that resolution makes text difficult to read.

    here are 6 laptops with 15.4" and 1920x1200

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList....amp;srchInDesc=

    I don't think that text is small in these laptops... high resolution means better image quality...

    I bet most users would prefer these screens

    but my question is still: even at 1680x1050, laptops are 15.4" and desktops 21" or more

    increased resolution in specific size doesnt mean smaller letters (font size can be increased), it means more high image quality

  15. hello

    I would like to know why laptop monitors (that are supposed to have less quality than desktop monitor, since their size is limited) are 15.4" and 1920 x 1200, while a desktop monitor to have 1920 x 1200 resolution, must be 24" and above?

    how laptop monitors achieve such high resolution and desktop monitors cannot achieve it?

    thanks



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