midnight rambler

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  1. If m$ does not want to compete in the desktop/laptop market that's there problem not ours - or it could be ours as well when the choice is Mac which is costly or open source less secure. If they don't want to compete in the tablet/phone market? If they don't know the difference between a desktop and a tablet then they're retarded.
  2. Here. takeown.cmd
  3. I prefer vista over 7 but like the windows 7 theme. I replaced the msstyles file in vista recources with the one from windows 7 with this result: It's almost perfect except that the power button is partially hidden. So now I nead to know what if any file would i have to modify to unhide the buttons?
  4. Res hacker for 32 only!
  5. Res hacker only works with 32 bit files.
  6. "Drag and drop" the file onto the res hacker. http://translate.google.com/
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  8. Try res hacker.
  9. There's a few files in install wim you have to mess with also.
  10. I have bean seaching for a way to disable the taskbar thumbnail previews which is the only thing I don't really like about seven. For some reason the option to disable this feature was removed in the RC which is absurd. There is a hack to change the mouse hover time but it's not perfect, so there must be way to disable this; maybe with somthing like the vb scripts used to change the visual effects setparameters method which is beyond me but could do it and might suppress the thumbnails from popping up which gets to be annoying after a while.
  11. You have to open the boot.wim file in souces with imagex.exe and change setup.bmp and background.bmp also spwizimg.exe image 517 and 518 and also spwizimg.exe in system 32 of install.wim in souces and backgroundcli.bmp in sources.
  12. So who knows where I can Nero AG's deployment documentation?
  13. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Quickly takes ownership of files and folders with right click in Windows XP, Vista and 7 including executible files without replacing with the "Run as"... feature like the other versions of this tool available at many websites do so you can still run programs with elevated priveledges. This is good becouse the other codes from then internet don't work well with Windows 7 by interfearing with the operations of certain programs such as backup and restore when trying make it work by adding the code for .exe files. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The first step is to download a command line utility "subinacl.exe" http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=en and install it. After you install it browse to "X:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools" and copy "subinacl.exe" to "x:\windows\system32" and then be sure to delete it from "X:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools" where it installs. Important: make sure "subinacl.exe" is not in any other folder than system32 such as the program files installation directory or else it won't work. It should only be in system32. The second step is to select all of the text in this codebox, copy and paste the text to a new text file then save it. COPY subinacl.exe %systemdrive%\WINDOWS\system32\ REM FILE echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Take Ownership" /ve /d "Take Ownership" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Take Ownership" /v "HasLUAShield" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Take Ownership\command" /ve /d "CMD /C subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /owner=%username% && subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /grant=%username%=f" REM Folder echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\Take Ownership" /ve /d "Take Ownership" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\Take Ownership" /v "HasLUAShield" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\Take Ownership\command" /ve /d "CMD /C subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /owner=%username% && subinacl.EXE /subdirectories ""%%1\*.*\"" /owner=%username% && subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /grant=%username%=f && subinacl.EXE /subdirectories ""%%1\*.*\"" /grant=%username%=f" REM .CMD FILE echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\cmdfile\shell\Take Ownership" /ve /d "Take Ownership" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\cmdfile\shell\Take Ownership" /v "HasLUAShield" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\cmdfile\shell\Take Ownership\command" /ve /d "CMD /C subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /owner=%username% && subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /grant=%username%=f" REM .EXE FILE echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\Take Ownership" /ve /d "Take Ownership" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\Take Ownership" /v "HasLUAShield" echo y| reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\Take Ownership\command" /ve /d "CMD /C subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /owner=%username% && subinacl.EXE /file ""%%1\"" /grant=%username%=f" Now you want to change file extension of the new text file from ".txt" to ".cmd". Finally, right click on the .cmd file and select "Open" from the top of the menu to add the code to your registry. You are done! Now you can right click on any file or folder and select ,' Take Ownership" from the context menu and you will have full permisions on that file or folder including all of it's contents. Updated 10-20-2009 to work on all files in windows 7 and preserve the "Run as..." feature.
  14. I recall viewing documentation for installing nero 9 published by nero with sundry command line usage but have misplaced it. To aquire this would answer divers questions.
  15. It might be the just the first three in the list you need to modify.