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  1. Yes! That's the answer! Until your post explaining that I never knew the intevening little triangles take your focus "up." Thank you!
  2. Mr. Snub, ALT+up arrow works, I grant you that, but that's not as easy as the Up icon was in Windows XP. Thank you.
  3. I’m a new user of Windows 7 Pro. In Windows XP I relied a lot on the upward pointing icon that’d move your focus up one level in the file directory structure. How do you move focus “up” one level in W7? The intuitive, user-friendly up-pointing icon in Win XP is gone in my installation of W7 Pro. Say for example you have separate folders for each country, each containing files called by a database, which amounts to around 200 folders, all sitting at the same level, several levels down in your file directory tree. You save a file in the Argentina folder, and then you want to move UP out of Argentina so you can next click into the Sweden folder. In Win XP there was an intuitive icon that took your focus up out of Argentina so you could next click into Sweden, fast, easy, & one-handed, with just 2 lightning fast mouse clicks. In Win 7 Pro how do you do that? I've already heard about the 2-handed exercise requiring the user to let go of the mouse, and type the name of the folder into the Win 7 search window, but that's a LOT more clumsy, slow and cumbersome than the simple, lightning-fast mouse clicks were in Win XP. I can't believe Microsoft would have subtracted that capability out of Win 7, to make Windows harder and slower for we users, so I'm sure it's simply something that's hidden in Win 7 that I haven't found yet as a new user of Win 7. Help appreciated. Thank you.
  4. rado354, Thank you for maintaining your list of add-ons!
  5. Before you criticize, one question: How much money have you donated to Nuhi for this software?
  6. atolica, I am amazed at the excellence of your post! Wonderful!
  7. You don't want to manually add SP2. You want to only add SP3. If your Windows CD has SP2 already integrated, I think nLite will remove it for you automatically. When you come to the "Service Pack" screen near the beginning of nLite, just click to integrate your SP3, and nLite will first ask you to click OK to remove SP2, and then it will carry on to integrate SP3 instead. For me, my Windows CD has SP1 (but not SP2) and nLite handles it like I said. I assume it handles SP2 the same way.
  8. g-force, Thank you for your excellent help. Without help I never would have figured out what you explained. Scott
  9. (a) Are there detailed instructions for how to use the nLite RunOnce command? After searching I don't find how to use this feature of nLite. (b ) I downloaded 12 Dell drivers that are in *.exe format (examples: R111550.exe, R90698.exe). The nLite window for adding drivers does not see these .exe files. What should I do to the 12 .exe driver files so nLite can see them? Or is it better to leave the 12 files as is, and try to integrate them with nLite RunOnce command?
  10. g-force & johnhc: (a) With no added drivers: Ran nLite on a completely new copy of the Windows disk with no drivers added, as you suggest. The resulting nLite ISO still hangs at "Setup is starting Windows." (b ) computer type set to AUTOMATIC: Ran nLite on a completely new copy of the Windows disk with computer type set to AUTOMATIC instead of APCI Multiprocessor PC and the resulting nLite .iso DID WORK!!! This was the fix!! (c ) Attach Thank you for teaching me how to Attach a file to a post on MSFN. The Last .ini is attached. If anybody sees errors it will be appreciated if you advise. Last_Session.ini One very tiny thing I notice is that when you tell nLite to remove all the languages and keyboards, a very few don't get removed. No big deal. Thank you both! Your help was excellent and most appreciated! And of course, thanks to nuhi for creating this fantastic nLite tool. -Scott
  11. johnhc, Thank you for replying. After reading the MSFN posting Help I don't see a way to attach, so the nLite Last Session.ini is posted as a .jpg at this image hosting site. Guidance welcome!
  12. When I test Windows XP Pro images burned with nLite v. 1.4.9.1 by trying to install them in Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 (v 6.0.156.0), the installation always hangs at a screen that says "Setup is starting Windows." This problem recurs after many many attempts. Can anybody please advise how I can fix this? I'm doing this on a Windows XP Pro SP3 PC, with all MS updates. About 1.5 years ago I made several nLited installation disks that worked beautifully, but now this mysterious problem. I don't understand how to fix it. Advice appreciated. Thank you.
  13. leadboots5 Thank you
  14. To nLite Windows XP Pro, do we still need to copy SP2 into a directory for nLite to use, or does SP3 already include SP2? So do we ONLY need to copy SP3 into a directory for nLite to use?
  15. In Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2008, the dates of everything are formatted as YY/MM/DD, like today is 08/09/11. This means 2008/Sept/11, but is too easily mistaken for Aug 9, 2011. I've searched all though the built-in Help and the online 'Help and How To' on Microsoft's web site, but don't see any explanation of HOW TO CHANGE THE DATE FORMAT. If I could even change the format to at least show 4 digits for the year I'd live with that. Does anybody know how to change the date format? Thank you. SOLVED For the next guy: You can't modify the date format within the MS Office application. It requires changing the date format option for the entire operating system: Control Panel / Regional & Language Options/ Regional Options / Customize button.