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GoPool

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  1. The upgrade edition is for people wishing to migrate to vista, while keeping their present configurations. So I'm assuming that the general installation is different from just installing vista on a fresh partition. So, the question is can I use vlite on the upgrade edition?
  2. vlita vista for use on an Laptop

    Ok, So what would you suggest I take out, and what do I absolutely need? How is power management in vista?
  3. vlita vista for use on an Laptop

    OK fellas. Does that mean that I still cannot run vista on my 512 laptop?
  4. vlita vista for use on an Laptop

    Laptop need special programs and consideration that desktops user never have to think about, say for instance power management. I want to install vista on my IBM T42, but I'm afraid that modifying vista will be traumatic for my 512 MB Ram Thinkpad. I like vlite, but I'm not knowledgeable enough to make changes to optimize vista for use on my laptop. My question is, have anybody been able to create a vlited version of vista that run very well on a Thinkpad or other computer with 512 Ram or less? If you have please provide some advice on what I should take off, and what I absolutely need in vista to make vista run flawlessly on my laptop. Thank you very much.
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