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  1. Sweet. Looking forward to i386 integration.
  2. So any word on when 2.6 might come out?
  3. I believe those are in syssetup.dll The orb itself isn't the problem it's the black background of it that sticks out like a sore thumb.
  4. thank you! this was exactly what i was looking for.
  5. Hi, first of all great work so far, keep it up please! Second two things I noticed: 1.) at the login and logoff screens where it says "saving you personal settings.." bla bla bla around the big "windows orb" in the upper left corner there is a difference in the shades of black near the bottom right of the orb. It just doesnt look right. 2.) I remember reading this before as a suggestion from some one else, but the little icon in the upper right corner of a explorer window should either be left alone (just keep the windows flag) or chaged to something isn't black. The black totally clashes with everything else. Other than those two things everything looks good so far. EDIT: 3.) When the Standby, Logoff, Restart thingy comes up when you go to turn off your computer the orange/brown standby button doesn't change with a mouseover like the other two buttons do.
  6. One thing I forgot to mention that I do that may change the way things get setup is... sometime back MS screwed up ierunonce.dll causing all kinds of trouble with runonceex.cmd perhaps this is causing issues with your unattended install, to get past this I simply take the iernonce.dll from the most recent ie7 hotfix (you can't integrate it directly with nlite since MS still hasn't made the hotfix sp3 compatible via slipstreaming), cab it and replace the one that ie7 ships with. This may allow wmp11 to run any final setup stuff before your first logon that it couldn't before.
  7. there is a good prog called regshot, that lets you take a snapshot of your registry BEFORE you do something like turn idexing on or off and then you can take another snapshot AFTER you do something and then you can look at what changed... that might help you. however i think i looked into this and i couldnt find anythign that worked... so i gave up and removed it via reshacker then i got lazy after updates came out and just left it as is... EDIT: i found what file it is... its shell32.dll and its dialog 1080... just incase... you ever need to know.
  8. if you are using a 32bit version of windows you can use ResHacker to remove that whole thing there... i forget what file it is though... so long since i did it last.
  9. oh i didnt know we vwere talking about a x64 OS... yeah sux that x64 is still in it's baby stage of life... no support for all the fancy stuff you can do in the 32bit world.
  10. if you mean the little box that says Microsoft Windows 2000 and then below that say stuff like "windows is shutting down" "Saving personal settings..." that would be msgina.dll well thats what it is in XP anyways...
  11. if you use a program called ResHacker you can write scripts to automate it. also i think xpero has made his XPize stuff available for anyone to use.
  12. thank you thats all i wanted to know. now i dont have to spend all my time compressing all my drivers.
  13. Thx for the reply, but it still didnt answer my question... I know HOW to get the classic setup but I want to know WHAT files are being used so I can edit the resources... the bmp's icon's and such.
  14. I was just wondering if when you integrate drivers into vista with vlite are they compressed first? or are they just added "as is"
  15. I have a question and I can't find the answer anywhere, I tried the nlite forum but got no help so I figured I would ask here. When the option is selected to have windows installed using the classic setup style in nlite what files are being used? I want to know so I can edit the resources (bmp's and such) and I don't have a clue where to start looking.