wyattXP

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  1. start > run > gpedit.msc once u have the group policy editor open, just find where it says remove recycle bin from desktop should be under user configuration > administrative templates > desktop
  2. You should try this first - Install the camera software: http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/AutoConnDriv_Win98SE.exe Then connect the camera to ME Then if you still have a problem consult the auto-connect documentation located at: http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/autoUSB.pdf P.S. - I know that the driver says Win98, but ME is based off the same type of kernal and is the correct one for your operating system. Just is case you didnt know that already.
  3. I think that this is correct, if u replaced the ntoskrnl.exe with a different one to change the boot screen, SP2 doesnt "really" use this file for this purpose anymore. It may use it to some extent but not like it did before SP2, thats why SP2 no longer displays the version (Home or Pro) that you are using, u may want to try to do it without replacing any of the system files until the system actually installs.
  4. i got some too if anyone wants one, got about 40 left. . .
  5. if you just put the xp files on a cd and then let the user put in their product code it will be fine, the product id tells xp which version to install
  6. here it is uxtheme.dll.zip
  7. i dont get that icon, i know that the shield will remain, but to get rid of the shield, just double click it, and then click on change the way security center alerts me
  8. ok under unattended you need a section called FileSystem [Unattended] UnattendMode=ReadOnly OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=Yes UnattendSwitch=Yes TargetPath=\WINDOWS Repartition=No FileSystem=* WaitForReboot=No
  9. not true put the batch file in the root of the CD and make sure that it is named Edit: the winnt.sif file is there just as a backup
  10. but im sure that you have a specially made CD for that purpose that would be a stripped down version of the one that you use on your system, thus only putting the necessities on there
  11. but true, i didnt realize till now that it takes up 35megs!
  12. thats why DVD is a must, space doesnt really matter
  13. an even easier way is to extract WMP10 to its own folder then run setup_wm.exe /Q:A and bling bling unattended install
  14. I wanted to find out how to modify the boot.ini file so that i can boot to XP home on a differnet fixed disk, it is my friends but i am unable to boot to it, any help would be appreciated, thank you.
  15. but with automatic update turned on, by the 30th of this month that 2179 will turn over to 2180 and update the neccessary files, thus removing the timelimit and giving the user the full blown SP2