Michel.K

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  1. I just made a copy of my vista home premium x86 and it takes 6GB of space on the HDD. About how much memory it's using is all depending on how much you have in your system and what applications you use as there is superfetch in vista that loads the most common apps you usualy run, so you can't just ask anyone how much memory it will take as it is all depending on the user and what you use. Usualy vista tries to use the most amount of memory, and this is a good thing as you don't want memory to be unused. But for example i have 3GB atm, my vista takes 1GB atm, in a couple of days it'll most probably take around 2GB or more depending on how i use everything. Great post btw, it's much better explainations than in vlite, though some of the explainations should be more than "check" or "keep it", most people wants to know what it is and why you should turn it off or so. Any reason at all would be great for everything. EDIT: lol, i just realised there was 4pages more than the first one i read before i logged in, oh anyways, i let my statement stay
  2. Top! /M.Kuic
  3. Well, i had 4 maps in the subdir totalling 2.5GB... I've tryed alot of combinations to see where it bugs out. For ex 1000files in a subdir or 200files and so on and i also tryed if it has to do with space-issuing. But i have seem to have found the problem, it has nothing to do with space nor how many files it is. It has to do with how long the filename is. For ex. i've added just one file named rashaderbmhasuvanimationusehemimaphascolormapglsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss s sssssssssssssssssssssosshashemiocclusion And that doesn't work If i change the name of that longnamed file to a short one togheter it works like a charm! Cheers!
  4. Thanks! That was the problem!
  5. Hi! I've used vLite before and i never had this problem before. I've tested several versions of vLite and i keep on getting the same thing. Don't know what i'm missing during the process, but when i try to make an ISO-file with vLite it won't create a propper one. I've tryed searching for the problem, but i can't find an answer. Why is vLite creating a 9.56MB ISO? When it should be several GB's.. Thanks in advance /Michel