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It's a good site, but that's a way to disable totally sfc. Is there a way for enable sfc only for any files?

Check this one to remove certain files from SFC:

http://www.bitsum.com/aboutwfp.asp#Hack_Method_5

I'm planning to write a tool to remove files from SFCFILES.DLL automatically (if I find the time).

An overview of files removed by nlite would be very helpfull for this.

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I'm planning to write a tool to remove files from SFCFILES.DLL automatically (if I find the time).

Nice Idea!

It should be possible to do that from batch with the help of some of the Clay's utilities:

http://ww2.netnitco.net/users/cruth/claysutl.html

and/or

with tinyhexer:

http://www.mirkes.de/en/freeware/tinyhex/features.php

jaclaz

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Sorry, cross-posting.

Added link to tinyhexer in my previous post.

jaclaz

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I guess that would be nice but.........

I’d rather see it incorporated directly into Nlite.

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Ok, adding these cleanups, thanks for delaying next version ;)

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dragonfixed, that should have been gone with keeping dr Watson or error report... It's on you to try since I can't track it...no one else complains any more.

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Was it really Dr. Watson related? I always kinda enjoyed getting rid of that... if you know what I mean! ;)

What problems would arise after removing Dr. Watson - is this something we can reliably test or is it perhaps a per-user crashing issue related to bad memory?

James

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Can we perhaps subscribe to a newsletter or something, so that we get a e-mail saying something like:

NLite version 2.0 released - WP error fixed, computer speed doubled ...

Thank you for an excellent program.

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dragonfixed, that should have been gone with keeping dr Watson or error report... It's on you to try since I can't track it...no one else complains any more.

I agree nuhi. Since I left (and the option removed in b4) Dr. Watson and disabled error reporting manually - all the memory problems I had - are gone (which were with my Brother MFC). :)

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Was it really Dr. Watson related?  I always kinda enjoyed getting rid of that... if you know what I mean! ;)

What problems would arise after removing Dr. Watson - is this something we can reliably test or is it perhaps a per-user crashing issue related to bad memory?

James

I agree jmbattle. :)

Although I would really doubt I have a memory problem and that it was related to per-user personal issues.

As nuhi mentioned, the reports of this bug without the removal of Dr. Watson seem to be gone. I tend to agree.

Although it did seem to work well (with the removal) in earlier 99 versions. :) but nlite keeps moving in a more complex and flexable direction. Most likely you fix one thing and it dominos to six others (that need to be tracked down). As I call them - lots of spider webs. :D

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