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  2. Moderators. Im going to tell you right now, you banned my alternate account and refused to reply despite the fact I did nothing wrong, one or possibly all of you are too lazy to get back with me. This is NOT A CRACKED or illegal copy of windows PERIOD. Allow me to BE CLEAR, this is a legal image, which requires the user to OWN WINDOWS 10 to use properly, meaning with full features. DO NOT remove my hard work and literally ignore my emails as that is extremely DISRESPECTFUL not only to me but the community. I made a 2 hour long video on how to do basically most of all these changes, but people are extremely lazy and would be more likely to take advantage of my hours? -- no, MONTHS of work, if it was nearly plug in play. All I ask is two things from the userbase. One, visit the actual youtube video so the view count increases and like my content and also in the description lies the information you need to make it work, and two, post benchmarks before and after. I can understand if you will not do the latter, time....... -Lucifer
  3. Moderators. Im going to tell you right now, you banned my alternate account and refused to reply despite the fact I did nothing wrong, one or possibly all of you are too lazy to get back with me. This is NOT A CRACKED or illegal copy of windows PERIOD. Allow me to BE CLEAR, this is a legal image, which requires the user to OWN WINDOWS 10 to use properly, meaning with full features. DO NOT remove my hard work and literally ignore my emails as that is extremely DISRESPECTFUL not only to me but the community. I made a 2 hour long video on how to do basically most of all these changes, but people are extremely lazy and would be more likely to take advantage of my hours? -- no, MONTHS of work, if it was nearly plug in play. All I ask is two things from the userbase. One, visit the actual youtube video so the view count increases and like my content, and two, post benchmarks before and after. I can understand if you will not do the latter, time....... -Lucifer
  4. Thats works fine, is there any chance we can get some working content margins in the system tray area, nothing seems to work in there since windows 10
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  6. Okay, I've implemented TrayNotifyVert::TrayNotify and TrayNotifyHoriz::TrayNotify but blindly since no skins I've found do skin that part. Same link: http://www.startisback.com/StartIsBackPlusPlus_setupBETA.exe
  7. Possible to know if this is a "bug" or is it normal ? From memory, I do not have it with the Start menu of Windows 10 Thanks
  8. fedrace, the code you posted is for installing Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2. nothing more, nothing less. That's not what we're after.
  9. I think it still would be fun to see Windows 95 run much newer software. But then again, it's pretty amazing to see that there still is software that runs on Windows 95. It's still usable, maybe not for internet-related stuff but many other things.
  10. I don't think it can be done. I will use FirstLogonCommnands to run a .cmd, with this inside: wmic useraccount where "name='UserName'" set PasswordExpires=false
  11. And that's why they feared Pelagius so much: he opened a window for hope! Since then, one can always hope for the best, and give it a try, anyway.
  12. any one know how to set user password to never expir in autounattand.xml.
  13. this worked great thanks only thing is theres not many in there are these just extras from last one as i am starting from scratch win7 cd
  14. And this confirms how each situation/experience/report may well be different ... ... and unfortunately there are no certainties jaclaz
  15. I have tried putting new rams , changing psu but no hope . used gfx card still no output . any one know what may be problem?
  16. Hi i have intel board as mentioned above . After upgrading my ram from 1333mhz to 1600mhz corsair 4gb one , my system is continuously rebooting . My granny said i have to optimize ram by increasing voltage . i have no idea what i should try . it has 1.5v as default .
  17. This account is for my kid, I still need a solution. Please don't answer with that kind of reply in the future, thank.
  18. default ntoskrnl.exe and ntknl64g.exe from earlier RAM patch did not show any 3tb+ disks I had renamed the ntoskrnl.exe in your disk patch download to krnldsk.exe in case it didn't work - should i rename it to something else?
  19. Please change kernel to /kernel=ntkrnlpa.exe or your 64GB Kernel . Ntoskrnl will face problem with cluster manager . Please replace ntoskrnl otherwise required function will not reach to the required driver .
  20. I got a Cannot find PCI.SYS error trying your disk patch multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional 2tb+ Extended" /kernel=krnldsk.exe /hal=hal64g.dll /fastdetect /PAE /noexecute=alwaysoff I was using the 64gig patched HAL though, I'll try without it. EDIT: Tried normal HAL.DLL, still got the PCI.SYS error
  21. I had several CC1H drivers and I can tell you none of them was really a BSY nor a LBA0. Trying to apply the fix I didn't get any files back and I can tell you I clearly listened that the sounds they made changed a lot. Something does happen and I am quite sure it is not something good. I really don't feel comfortable to say that the probabilities of recovery are going to be reduce very little, but it is up to you to try or not. I am quite sure you will get nothing.
  22. Thanks a lot, jaclaz. A really good guide by CarterInCanada. Seems to be the best choice to follow. It was very enlightening. My concern was about the CC1H firmware, but since I have exactly the same problem described and I have 7200.11, I think I'll really try the fix. I think there's a chance to recover my data. Firstly I'll get an adapter and make shure that I have all the tools and conditions to perform the procedures. Certainly I'll post the results here in a few weeks. Thanks for the links and the tips.
  23. At the time it was debated, as there were contrasting reports, personally I would do it, it is not particularly difficult or problematic (the tricky part is making contact with the board powered on when removing the insulating strip). Compare with what is in the actually recommended guide: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/133387-debricking-the-seagate-drives/ jaclaz
  24. Hi ragnargd, Thank you for your donation of $25.00. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks MSFN
  25. jaclaz, firstly, thanks for your attention. I've been reading the topic and some of it's many pages carefully. It's a lot more comfortable to try it knowing that the risk of permanent loss is not significant. The fact that the "fix" is a nonspecific sort of "generic" attempt to help with the BSY error gives me a lot more hope because I think there's the possibility to work with different firmwares versions. Do you think the power on/off step is it really necessary? This specific step let me a bit concerned. Is it possibile to skip it and proceed normally? Do you know what is the intent behind this step? Did you have the opportunity to test the method and it's particularities in some hd's? I totally agree with you. Some deep analysis could only be possible with some some profound knowledge. So, could be acceptable to take some minimal risks if the chances are good, but I'm still considering, trying to do research and reading a lot. Professional recovery methods are too much expensive, so there aren't many options to me. Maybe next time I should invest in some backup solutions just to prevent these situations.
  26. Check also the ReadMeFirst and the FGA's: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/143880-seagate-barracuda-720011-read_me_first/ http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/147532-fga-for-the-seagate-720011-drives/ Basically the BSY is a symptom which - at the time - was caused often by a bug in a given firmware revision, there may be tens of reason why the same symptom appears on that same or another firmware revision. The "fix" is to be considered more as a sort of "generic reset" than anything else, the idea is that - for whatever reasons - at power on the disk drive enters a sort of loop and through the procedure you attempt to force it to exit that loop. It is hard to say what the probabilities of success are in your case (or in any other case), as to actually diagnose what the cause of the BSY is there is the need of tools (and knowledge) well outside the reach of "hobbyists". The good news are that the risk of further reducing the probabilities of recovery by applying the reset are - from the reports - very little, i.e. if the procedure is applied correctly in the worst case it won't solve the problem, but it shouldn't "damage" the disk drive, a professional with the right tools and knowledge should manage to recover the same amount of data (if data is recoverable) no matter if he/she is given the drive now or after a failed attempt to resolve the BSY status. Still data is important, d@mn important, so it is only up to you to judge if the attempt should be made, I can offer no guarantees whatsoever. jaclaz
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