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nLited WinXP SP3 for MSI Wind


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Hi,

I received my new MSI Wind notebook two weeks ago, and the first thing I did was making a nLited WinXP SP3 for it, with all the latest drivers integrated and all s*** removed.

But stupid me was stupid enough to remove the UPS service which resulted in the battery icon never showing up.

Not that much of a big deal, but that wasn't the only issue that occurred.

Upon installation I had to manually select what type of computer the Wind is?

Have never needed to do that before? Not even when using a original WinXP disc?

And as there was only one option to select, so I didn't have much choice and that seemed to really mess my config up.

I had set it to auto install (as always) but when it was installed the computer name and things like that was completely wrong etc..

I even had to manually push down the power button to shut down the computer?

It just said "it's now safe to turn of the computer"

Is there something special I need to do for it to work as it should on the MSI Wind?

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Hi !

Upon installation I had to manually select what type of computer the Wind is?

Well, we don´t know it either.

What about editing and underlaying the link to the notebook ? ;)

Have never needed to do that before? Not even when using a original WinXP disc?

On this notebook ?

And as there was only one option to select...

What choice ?

I had set it to auto install (as always) but when it was installed the computer name and things like that was completely wrong etc..

That´s where we definitely need the last_session.ini

It just said "it's now safe to turn of the computer"

You´re sure, you didn´t install W98SE ?

(sorry, couldn´t help it)

Sounds, like Nuhi should expand the keep-compatibility option by "notebook/ laptop" ?!

Agi

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