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  1. lol...yeah..its the same thing...my bad.
  2. how old is this laptop...it could be that the cosmos battery is weak and needs replacing.
  3. There is a good chance there is nothing wrong with your computer...but that the Video is actually not available....maybe because of a copyright violation or submitter removed/deleted it...or someone else did (found it offensive)...that error is fairly common at youtube....have you seen if someone else can actually view it...? it would have helped if you posted a link to that video so others could try.
  4. unfortuately, there are some driver issues with SP1...even though 'device' manager shows no errors...I know it happens with some on-board audio drivers...and you'll have to install them again with your driver cd....audio issues needed to just visit windows update..but in your case you can't....try that option and see if all goes well.
  5. if I had to guess from looking at your Last Session.ini that you might need to first two..doubt System Restore is an issue. Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is a feature of Windows Vista that allows administrators to remotely run management scripts RemoteRegistry Enables remote users to modify registry settings on this computer. If this service is stopped, the registry can be modified only by users on this computer. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start. System Restore (unlikely)
  6. That's classified information! *cough cough*
  7. not sure i understand your beef...but Office 2007 SP1 didn't take any longer to install....and a DVD is 4.7g and Vista RTM is 2.54g so that leaves plenty of extra space on a DVD.... I got a Vista SP1 Slipstreamed DVD and its 2.87g and thats about 300mbs more than the 2.54g original RTM...so if its space that worries you..then SP1 won't be for you...I'm also beta tester and the SP1 RC1 Refresh that I grabbed from connect is also 2.87g....and both installed with the same amount of time as RTM also....so? if its available now..then a method will be too...maybe it will be new and times change but microsoft is showing they are in control.
  8. Not only that, but Office 2007 SP1 can't be slipstreamed.They're going backwards... or just dumb, one of those. your absolutely wrong about office 2007..its not the slipstream that were all once use to but its done with the SP1 converted into .msp files and put into the 'updates' folder that is listed with office cd...in fact I just installed Office Enterprise 2007 SP1 DVD after installing Vista....Vista DVD also has a 'update' folder and I wonder if something similar will be the future option to some.
  9. I'm only guessing here...but where is it trying to 'write' the object?....it could be tryin to write it back to the cd and it can't due to being 'read' only...or non-writeable....and the USB has read/write access.
  10. if you can boot from a CDROM...then this site has files to make a CDROM Boot..you will need to then burn or add the bio's file and utility. http://www.bootdisk.com/ look at the left hand side for: BOOTABLE CD CD To Read/Write/Copy/Delete/Edit Files On NTFS DRIVEs Need To Flash Your BIOS On A PC With No 1.44 Floppy
  11. I'm confused...you had reinstalled windows..and had sata drive and IDE?...was the SATA recongize then?..but your bio's doesn't recognize it now..but you got windows installed on it?.....have you check your Bio's to make sure the SATA drive is set as the Boot HD and not the IDE.
  12. its from MSI there still should be a 'advanced' setting....setting the boot order is basic...but most people have more than one drive...I have a ASUS M2N-E SLI...and I have 4 drives....3 SATA and 1 IDE ATA 133...but I have a advanced menu where I can arrange the hard drives...move one up or down the list:
  13. I'm not real sure....but maybe you can go into your bio's and make the SATA drive the first boot drive..if you have a floppy maybe set the boot like: 1. Floppy 2. CDROM 3. SATA 4. IDE Drive <--or set it to none and eliminate all together during install.
  14. you are pretty much out of luck, because you actually need the 'superfetch' running in order for windows to build/rebuild the prefetch folder. If you had superfetch then you could just open the run command and type: Rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks its actually best not to remove alot of 'services'...because you have the option of 'disabling' or setting them to 'manual'...thus you never will have to worry about needing it later.
  15. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935509 Update 935509 contains an update that you must have to correctly service Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption-capable computers. This update is applicable to only the following editions of Windows Vista that include Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption: • Windows Vista Enterprise • Windows Vista Ultimate so that is the reason you're having problems...is because you 'removed' bitlocker from your vlite installation. And there is no way that I know of to add it back,other than creating a new vlite install and not 'remove' bitlocker.