bart of borg

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  1. Thx but, i don't think ati driver issues are germane to a geforce system.
  2. still have this issue.....and i have upgraded to 1 geforce 280 gtx and removed one monitor
  3. Sorry...i wasn't clear - I tried the classic settings and it still does it, I was looking for the pixel setting (0,0)?
  4. I don't really know what you mean here....where would i look for this? nvidia control panel doesn't seem to have anything like that? I checked the mouse properties and "snap to" is unchecked
  5. No ideas?
  6. addendum - I've tried rolling back to older drivers but nothing seems to help.
  7. First, spec's: Intel quad core 2.4 ghz 6 gig pc-6400 DDR2 Asus P5N-D GeForce 280GTX Dual 24" Acer monitors Win vista x64 Ultimate GeForce 180.48 drivers (latest) I have an annoying issue with being unable to move my windows around to any point on either screen that i want to place them at....i drag then to the location I desire and let go of the mouse button and the window will snap to a random area, nowhere near where I wanted it. If i move the windows about an inch at a time i can get them to place properly but that is very annoying...any ideas?
  8. Well, I thought I started it while in the config screen....doesn't really matter anyway. I found the reg entries in the WOW32 folder....I'm running XP64 Thanks for your help!
  9. I was playing around, editing my wpi configuration and never realized I had not stopped the timer countdown......it started to install my programs automatically while I was in the config screen. I was able to stop it by terminating the appropriate Rundll32.exe in task manager but, it keeps trying to restart everytime I reboot the computer.....how do I remove the runonce.exe from start up? I have noticed that it now runs on every start up and I can terminate that file in task manager to stop WPI but, I'd rather stop it altogether!
  10. I figured it out......For some reason, WPi's addition of quotation mark's in the config screen invalidates anything you put there. If I remove the quotes from each app or tweak and then save the resulting config.js file, everything works fine!
  11. IE files are untouched...although I never use it. PC has been running fine for about 4 months - the last time I reloaded XP........Thx for your help.
  12. Yes, I know this......You are misunderstanding me....... This the current attempt...... regb[pn]=['E:\\UXPCD\\WPI\\Install\\Reg\\rightcomp.reg']; I have also tried: regb[pn]=['%CDROM%\\WPI\\Install\\Reg\\rightcomp.reg']; and regb[pn]=['%WPIPATH%\\Install\\Reg\\rightcomp.reg'] regb[pn]=['%WPIPATH%\\WPI\\Install\\Reg\\rightcomp.reg'] and and regb[pn]=['%ROOT%\\WPI\\Install\\Reg\\rightcomp.reg'] They all cause the same error
  13. No, i don't want to run it from a cd yet.....like I said in the first post, I want to test it before i add it to the iso i'm going to create. I've tried changing the path in config.js to every variation I can think of but, nothing works. ie: %ROOT%; %WPIPATH%;%CDROM% and even the exact address E:\UXPCD\WPI\Install\Reg...... I do not want to create an iso file to mount until I know that it is working correctly and I should be able to run wpi from the HDD folder it is currently residing in. I am running XP Pro X64 edition
  14. Path to regedit is c:\windows\regedit.exe. i'm pretty sure that's the same as regular XP. As for my programs.....It doesn't matter what i try to install, i get the runtime error....i just used the regtweak because it was an easy starting point, anything i try to run from WPI causes the same error.... Can you think of anything else? and thanks for the quick reply!
  15. I am getting a runtime error in WPI - no matter what I do i can't get rid of it. I even started all over again. with a fresh copy of WPI 5.5 added into my UXPCD folder and tried it with just one tweak to install. WPI gives me a green checkmark telling me it is good and then I get the runtime error and WPI hangs. A Runtime error has occurred Do you wish to debug? Line: 273 Error: the system cannot find the file specified I've tried changing the path in config.js to every variation I can think of but, nothing works. ie: %ROOT%; %WPIPATH%;%CDROM% and even the exact address E:\UXPCD\WPI\Install\Reg...... I do not want to create an iso file to mount until I know that it is working correctly and I should be able to run wpi from the HDD folder it is currently residing in. I am running XP Pro X64 edition I am adding my relevant files to the post and, hopefully, somebody can point me in the right direction..... WPI_Log.txtconfig.js