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[Final] XPize 4.0 MCE


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yeah, uh, i don't know if this is where we put feature requests...great job by the way, i love it, but i'd like to see a progress bar in the boot screen...i really don't know why, but it makes me uneasy not to know for sure that the thing hasn't frozen... :P

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yeah, uh, i don't know if this is where we put feature requests...great job by the way, i love it, but i'd like to see a progress bar in the boot screen...i really don't know why, but it makes me uneasy not to know for sure that the thing hasn't frozen... :P

Thats not possible, sorry.

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Xpero, I use XPize I386 Patching Feature for my Windows CD using nlite to patch

now do i need to disable SFC/WFP ?

because in some topics people have said we need to disable SFC/WFP.

OS:Windows XP SP2

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Suren:

Yes, disable it. ALso, nLite shows a message reminding it to you. Well done Rambo :thumbup

Yergling:

Good to know. Thanks

Martijn:

Great! I will update links on my site when I have time :wacko:

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Jsut wanted to say that next XPize will have a option for the Reloader to take care of hotfixed files without user interaction. The XPize Reloader is run at system startup and repatches (if needed) those files in wich the XPize resources have been overwritten. Changes will be applied at next restart and of course, the Reloader is not running all the time, just at system startup.

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