hysel

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  • Birthday 03/16/1979

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  1. GO2 is out!!! This program will improve your gaming experience as now you can talk in your favorite IM or browse the internet while still playing the games Invite all your gamer friends to join us in this closed beta and tell them to invite their friends. This is a make or break for us in the GO2 front and we need to show that we can handle it. For any issue you can send a mail to support@gameoxygen.com The website is http://www.gameoxygen.com Go in and start inviting!!!
  2. I had the same problem with my T60 Based laptops (the computer hangs after you take out the charger) I fixed it by downloading the latest NIC drivers from Intel directly - that solve the problem I am using SP2 and Sysprep 2.0 so I don't know how it will work on SP1 Second, T60 come with high definition Audio Drivers that require KB888111 from MS and that require SP2 There is a SP1 version but I didn't test it. So try to use Sysprep 2.0 in your SP1 and try Again good luck Also, try building the image on a UniProccessor machine
  3. Very important!!! I forgot to mention that you have to copy the files halacpi.dll and halmacpi.dll to your C:\WINDOWS\Driver Cache\i386 folder Sorry I didn't mention that before but this step Is crucial
  4. I had the same problem with my T60 Based laptops (the computer hangs after you take out the charger) I fixed it by downloading the latest NIC drivers from Intel directly - that solve the problem I am using SP2 and Sysprep 2.0 so I don't know how it will work on SP1 Second, T60 come with high definition Audio Drivers that require KB888111 from MS and that require SP2 There is a SP1 version but I didn't test it. So try to use Sysprep 2.0 in your SP1 and try Again good luck
  5. does you updatehal line not have the underscore on purpose? the docs show: updateHAL="ACPIAPIC_MP,%WINDIR%\....." i don't remember why, but i think i took it from some sort of article on the web it still worked fine and best part is that i can use the same images on an old P3 based computer with no problems i think i know how to solve your problem but i need to know some things: 1) what is the model of your laptop 2) what is the NIC manufacture and model Make change the location to where your own installation has the hal dll's. Make sure also that before you reboot that you change or make sure that when you go into Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager > Expand "Computer" > Make sure that it says ACPI Multiprocessor/Uniprocessor. If you are imaging from a MultiProcessor system keep the above Unattended - Update order. If you are imaging from a UniProcessor reverse the Unattended - Update order. thanks, i totaly forgot to mention it
  6. well.... i got it ok here how you do it 1) make a base image on a Dual Core machine 2) add these lines to your sysprep.ini [unattended] UpdateUPHAL="APCIAPIC_UP,%windir%\Driver Cache\i386\halaacpi.dll" UpdateHAL="ACPIAPICMP,%WINDIR%\Driver Cache\i386\halmacpi.dll" 3) reboot the machine and thats it on a dual cor emachine you will see two CPU on task manager and one CPU on a single core machines spread this around for testing thanks alot for the support
  7. thanks i will try the two sujestions and come back to you its a big problem, ithink i might even consider oppening a premier incident in microsoft
  8. hi all i am responsibale to over 7000 PC in my company i am using one image for all of my PC/Laptops using sysprep now, we got a new pc hardware with Dual Core Cpu (Intel) i can't make the sysprep works i am building the base image on the Dual Core machine and when i reboot the machine on a single core machine its hang on MUP.SYS i am using the folowing sysprep enteies [unattended] Driversigningpolicy=Ignore InstallFilesPath=c:\sysprep\i386 OemPreinstall=yes OemSkipEula=Yes UnattendSwitch=Yes KeepPageFile=no UpdateInstalledDrivers=yes UpdateUPHAL = "ACPIAPIC_UP,%WINDIR%\Inf\Hal.inf" it does not work please help
  9. Hi I am responsible to 7000 pc's in my company Recently, I have discovered a problem with device driver detection time Apparently it is taking for a new device driver (any) 7 minutes to be installed I am using sysprep and adding entries to the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\DevicePath" registry key Any ideas Thanks in advance Itamar Budin
  10. hi 10x for the help i have one question, i have a base laptops image that worked fine. now my company wants to buy IBM X60s that uses Intel® 82801GR SATA RAID Controller can i add the lines to the to an exsiting ghost image without running the sysprep again? [sysprepMassStorage] PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C3&CC_0104=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C1&CC_0106=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C5&CC_0106=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2652&CC_0104=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2652&CC_0106=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2653&CC_0106=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_24DF&CC_0104=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_25B0&CC_0104=C:\Drivers\Chipset\Intel\iastor.inf
  11. hi all i want to replace my RUNDLL32.EXE file without the Windows File Protection message popup. i need to change one signature in the NT5.CAT file anyone got idea 10x
  12. 10x m8 but im afraid that that didn't work i installed the WIN2K3 Support Tools and admin pack i registred the dll but i stiil dont see the aditional properties
  13. hi all I would like to be able to give my internal support stuff the option to view certain Exchange 2003 attributes I the AD Users&Comp MMC. This without installing the ESM from the Exchange 2003 cd (all 130MB of it) thanks in advance hysel
  14. thanke you very very much m8
  15. hi all i need to know where in the registry i can find the volume control settings in the registry especially hte option that allow you to control if the speaker icon is shown or not 10 in advance