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  1. I'm trying to integrate HP (Broadcom) iSCSI mass storage drivers on a Windows 2003 disk. I can get them to integrate fine, but it doesn't seem to be working properly (BSOD on CD bootup). So I looked into the files a bit more and noticed this in the txtsetup.oem file: wdfldr = "Install 1st: MS Windows wdfldr" wdf01000 = "Install 2nd: MS Windows wdf01000" bxvbdx = "Install 3rd: HP NC382 Virtual Bus Driver" bxois = "Load 4th: Broadcom iSCSI Driver" Not sure how Windows loads stuff but could it be loading these out of order which is causing the issue? Any ideas? I've attached the .oem and .inf files in case anyone wants to look at them. x86.zip
  2. I can't help but shake my head when people say they are using windows 98se. I can understand if you have it running on a old computer for computer games or things like that, but if you are using UE on it it makes me wonder if it isn't the primary computer... I mean comeon people, its been out of support for 3 years and is over 10 years old.... I'd rather see the program develop on current OSes instead of spending time making it work on 98se, which is a waste of time IMHO.
  3. Is there a program out there, besides Nlite/Vlite or driverpacks.net, that makes it very simple to integrate specific, user selectable, mass storage drivers onto a Windows XP and/or Windows 2003? Just trying to see if there are other options out there that I don't know about.
  4. Double check the hard drive connector to make sure that they are good and connected. Try cycling the power (turning off the computer and unplugging it). If you have another computer try putting it in there and seeing if it works. Otherwise you could very well be out of luck. Oh, another idea, does the hard drive even spin up? Does it make any noises?
  5. Well, if someone tried to use floppies to copy 700GBs of movies, well that is really sad... It'd be cheaper to buy a super computer... lol
  6. Thats the point I was trying to make...
  7. Well I don't see what Jesus has to do with it... But now that you mentioned Him, He probably could have just memorized it all..
  8. Unfortunatly no... this doesn't work... I've tried it...Gmail server ops will freeze your account after ~1.5GB (for "unusual activity") and will be inaccessable for ~3days Not surprising.... But since you pointed that out... I'm betting that divshare.com would figure out that you have 140 accounts and lock you out.. lol 700GB of stuff huh? Sheesh, what have you got... I suppose I have quite a bit too though... I like to backup my computers games to the computer in case the CDs break... At least I used to, now I don't like doing that because it is so time and space consuming... My wife is a photographer so we have 150GBs of pictures and thats with backing up the pictures on a DVD and deleting them after a job (well, several months after a job)...
  9. Or 98 gmail accounts... lol
  10. Thats the reason I use three hard drives instead of just one big one. If I have a problem I can just transfer the data to another drive... Anyway... I understand the money issue, but what choice do you have? Do you risk losing all your data or bite the bullet and get a new drive... So you have 700GBs of data? Hmm, well if you are like me you could probably trim that down a bit and if that is the case why not go for a 500GB drive, they have nice western digitals going for $70 and free shipping at Newegg, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16822136073 Or they have a 640GB for $85... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16822136218 Edit: Having a second hard drive is *always* useful... As is shown in your situation... If you had a second hard drive you could backup your stuff to it Edit2: I'm not much of a fan of Samsung products as almost all the ones I have owned suck... I had a Samsung hard drive 4 years ago that crapped out on me after not too long, and a DVD player that cost a good amount that doesn't work well... And I've heard of lots of issues with Samsung hard drives... But maybe thats just me
  11. I have to say that the best idea is to buy a new hard drive and RMA the old one... I recently had a drive go bad and I just bought a new one... Just a 250gb so as of yet I haven't bothered with a RMA, since they are so cheap....
  12. Hey, thanks for this awesome tool... Thought I would try to help out a bit and mention that a new Office 2003 update has been released... Heres the info: Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 (KB953432) http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=en And one more... Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Junk Email Filter (KB953465) http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=en
  13. Does anyone know how to get rid of some of the start menu links that MS puts in a newly installed XP by default? For instance... I don't want the Microsoft Update, Set Program Access and Defaults, Windows Catalog, Outlook Express, Remote Assistance and Windows Movie Maker links to show up in the start menu all programs for new windows installs... It just gives me 6 links to delete on all the computers I roll out... I tried looking at registry tweak site but couldn't find anything... I can't use Nlite (if it can do this, not sure) because it is for a corporate CD... So do I have any "simple" options? Thanks
  14. I got the same fan on my cpu... Sorry no pictures but heres what I got... Intel e8400 Wolfdale 6MB cache running at 3.0Ghz (thinking about OCing it) Evga 780i SLI Mobo CORSAIR XMS2 DHX 4GB (2 x 2GB) MSI 8800GTS (G92) 512M Factory OCed SILVERSTONE OP850 850W (wanted the ability to do SLI in the future) Thermaltake Tsunami Black Aluminum with two 120mm fans and a 90mm side fan Pioneer DVDRW DVR-112D Samgsun DVDRW 3 250GB WD Caviars (no raid... One for installations like games, apps, windows, etc.. plus most of my documents, another for pictures - my wife is a photographer - and another for music and larger install files like downloads from Direct2Drive and such...) I think that about sums it up... Oh and a 3Com wireless card, I would prefer wired but it doesn't work in my apartment...
  15. Yeah ECC is not all that great, at least from what I've seen. And most desktop Mobos do not support it. Nice rig though I would have gone with a slightly more powerful PSU considering you have the 4 drives and a GTX video card...