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Hi there. The WPI is AWESOME. :thumbup Love it. :wub: Put my mate on to it. hes gone and done one up for where he works as a IT person. I have a few programs and hardware etc that i wish to install. Drivers, printers, motherboard utilitys etc. have done a fair bit of playing around. to no great success. so far all i have gotten to install is java. most of the programs i click on the ussf pops up and says it can't identify the installer. sum thing else about C++ etc. I have a list of

applications and hardware that i can't find switches for. Such as my leadtek. winfast dtv1000t tuner card, epson perfection 1260 scanner, lexmark z600 printer, creative soundblaster live 24bit sound card and on and on. Have searched this forum and others for switches and solutions for both hardware and application switches etc, found some but not the main ones i need. can anyone help?

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CMenu ain't going to detect anything else than USSF already did :whistle: .

very true cmenu just has a built in ussf, and besides this app was mainly built for newbies that cant spot out the differences in installers, also, it dosnt find all switches, just a handfull

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CMenu ain't going to detect anything else than USSF already did :whistle: .
Thats not exactly 100% true, i have found cmenu finds some switches ussf didn't

Don't get me wrong i love ussf, I recommend both programs

Edited by ricktendo64

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Thats not exactly 100% true, i have found cmenu finds some switches ussf didn't

:blink: Ok ... maybe CMenu got some updates ...

Last time I checked (that beeing when I wrote the last version of ussf) CMenu had no other switches. :unsure:

Anyway, that means we can detect more programs :hello:

I'm quite busy atm, but I'll try to update USSF too with those switches ...

Edited by sadicq

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Im talking about the old USSF not the one from WPI that one is pretty up to date...

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Thanks all for the ideas. I have tried cmenu. it gave me sum that ussf didn't. Diverpacks are no good to me as they bulk up my xp disc to much. :wacko: its already over 4GB also some of my hardware needs the the hardware appliction to install the drivers from which i can then update those drivers and the main application. :wacko: ie my dtv card. any how Happy New Year all. :hello:

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Thanks all for the ideas. I have tried cmenu. it gave me sum that ussf didn't.
See I told ya Kel :P
Diverpacks are no good to me as they bulk up my xp disc to much.
Make your own small Driver Pack, use this tutorial and this tool

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Good idea. But as I said driverpacks are no good to me. For some reason the hardware just does not work unless you use the original installer and then run the updated installer/drivers etc. Some drivers I was able to put straight in with Nlite. Anyone able to help me out with the commands/ config for the dtv card. Would greatly appreciate it. :thumbup Leadtek WinFast DTV1000 T DTV1000 T Updated Drivers and Application. Cheers

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