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  1. I need to start a new project to backup about 50 computers within my local company network. I'm a newbie to 2K8, and I don't know much about networking. I have the AD administrator rights to access any computer in the network. We have Win7, XP, 2K3 and 2K8 in the network. I need to backup all emails (Outlook, Thunderbird and outlook express, and possible the email filter ruler too) and my documents for all users once a week. Do I have to share the specific folders on every single computer in order to do the backup? Someone suggest Handy Backup Network Server, anyone use it before or is there any better solution. Thanks.
  2. I created a Vista Home Premium SP2 disc, using Reverse Integration. The orginial Vista RTM disc contains all the editions. Home Basic, Premium, Business & Ultimate. I'm wondering how can i recreated a disc with sp2 and all the editions into a single ISO. Thanks.
  3. I created a multi-dvd with XP x64 Oem and Corp editions with SP2 & 5eraph's Windows XP x64 post-SP2 Update Pack . The problem I'm having is if I install it without WINNT.sif, the installation runs fine. If I use WINNT.sif, windows will give me a C:\windows\system32\grpconv.exe error during the installation. I've been the same WINNT.sif for the all my other Windows (Home, Pro x86 and MCE and even x64 Corp). What could possibly be the problem? Please help. Thanks a lot. There is the WINNT.sif ;SetupMgrTag [Data] AutoPartition=0 UnattendedInstall=Yes AutomaticUpdates=Yes MsDosInitiated=No [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemSkipEula=Yes TargetPath=\WINDOWS UnattendSwitch=Yes WaitForReboot=No OemPreinstall=Yes DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore [GuiUnattended] AdminPassword=* EncryptedAdminPassword=No AutoLogon=Yes AutoLogonCount=1 OEMSkipRegional=1 TimeZone=85 OemSkipWelcome=1 [Display] BitsPerPel=32 Xresolution=1024 Yresolution=768 AutoConfirm=1 [userData] ProductKey=FullName="Owner" OrgName="Computer" ComputerName=* [identification] JoinWorkgroup=WORKGROUP [Networking] InstallDefaultComponents=Yes Home_Page=about:blank Search_Page=www.google.com
  4. I've created a multiboot DVD with XP Home Retail, Oem, Upgrade, SP0, 1, 2, 3. The DVD is working fine, except some of the function keys are messed up somehow. Sometimes I have to press it twice to react or sometimes it just not working at all. Here is the screenshot of my boot menu and the cdshell.ini. When I press "S", it suppose to go to menu where select Retail, Oem or Upgrade. "1" to select SP1, "7" to select SP2 with IE7 Slipstreamed, etc... I know what the problem is, but I just don't know how to fix it. The problem is all the lines with "goto" When I played around with those lines, that problems occur. What do I suppose to put after goto. I suck at programming, I tried to read the manual for cdshell. I just don't really get it. boot: cls print "Press any key to boot from DVD..... \n" getkey 10 boot 0x80 if $lastKey == key[`]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[0]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[1]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[2]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[3]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[4]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[5]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[6]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[7]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[8]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[9]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[-]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[=]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[1]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[q]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[w]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[t]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[y]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[p]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[\]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[a]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[d]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[f]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[g]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[j]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[l]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[enter]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[z]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[x]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[c]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[v]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[n]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[m]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[,]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[.]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[/]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F1]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F2]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F3]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F4]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F5]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F6]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F7]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F8]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F9]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F10]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F11]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[F12]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[HOME]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[iNS]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key ; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[MOUSE]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[PGDN]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[PGUP]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key ; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[sPACE]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[TAB]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[uP]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[DOWN]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[bACK] then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[bRACKET]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[DEL]; then goto Menu # When no key found... goto boot # Windows XP Home Edition AIO Menu: show image graphics\Hmain.csi getkey 20 boot 0x80 if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[a]; then boot 0x80 if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto Menu HSelect: show image graphics\Hselect.csi getkey 20 boot 0x80 if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HSelect Home_Retail: show image graphics\Hre.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[0]; then goto HRE0I if $lastKey == key[1]; then goto HRE1I if $lastKey == key[2]; then goto HRE2I if $lastKey == key[7]; then goto HRE2IS if $lastKey == key[3]; then goto HRE3I if $lastKey == key[8]; then goto HRE3IS if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto Home_Retail HRE0I: show image graphics\HRE0I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHR0.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HR0S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HR0U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HRE0I HRE1I: show image graphics\HRE1I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHR1.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HR1S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HR1U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HRE1I HRE2I: show image graphics\HRE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHR2.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HR2S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HR2U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HRE2I HRE2IS: show image graphics\HRE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHR2.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /R21S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /R21U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HRE2IS HRE3I: show image graphics\HRE3I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHR3.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HR3S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HR3U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HRE3I HRE3IS: show image graphics\HRE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /HR3I.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /R31S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /R31U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HRE3IS Home_Oem: show image graphics\hoe.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[0]; then goto HOE0I if $lastKey == key[1]; then goto HOE1I if $lastKey == key[2]; then goto HOE2I if $lastKey == key[7]; then goto HOE2IS if $lastKey == key[3]; then goto HOE3I if $lastKey == key[8]; then goto HOE3IS if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Select if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto Home_Oem HOE0I: show image graphics\HOE0I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHO0.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HO0S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HO0U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HOE0I HOE1I: show image graphics\HOE1I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHO1.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HO1S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HO1U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HOE1I HOE2I: show image graphics\HOE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHO2.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HO2S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HO2U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HOE2I HOE2IS: show image graphics\HOE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /HO2I.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /O21S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /O21U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HOE2IS HOE3I: show image graphics\HOE3I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHO3.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HO3S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HO3U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HOE3I HOE3IS: show image graphics\HOE3I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /HO3I.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /O31S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /O31U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HOE3IS Home_Upgrade: show image graphics\Hue.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[0]; then goto HUE0I if $lastKey == key[1]; then goto HUE1I if $lastKey == key[2]; then goto HUE2I if $lastKey == key[7]; then goto HUE2IS if $lastKey == key[3]; then goto HUE3I if $lastKey == key[8]; then goto HUE3IS if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto Home_Upgrade HUE0I: show image graphics\HUE0I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHU0.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HU0S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HU0U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HUE0I HUE1I: show image graphics\HUE1I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHU1.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HU1S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HU1U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HUE1I HUE2I: show image graphics\HUE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHU2.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HU2S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HU2U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HUE2I HUE2IS: show image graphics\HUE2I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /HU2I.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /U21S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /U21U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HUE2IS HUE3I: show image graphics\HUE3I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /PHU3.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /HU3S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /HU3U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HUE3I HUE3IS: show image graphics\HUE3I.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[e]; then chain /HU3I.BIN if $lastKey == key[m]; then chain /U31S.BIN if $lastKey == key[n]; then chain /U31U.BIN if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HUE3IS HHelp: show image graphics\HHELP.csi getkey 20 goto Menu if $lastKey == key[o]; then goto Home_Oem if $lastKey == key[r]; then goto Home_Retail if $lastKey == key; then goto Home_Upgrade if $lastKey == key; then goto HSelect if $lastKey == key; then reboot if $lastKey == key[h]; then goto HHelp if $lastKey == key[k]; then goto Menu if $lastKey == key[ESC]; then boot 0x80 goto HHelp end
  5. Is there a way to create a DVD or blu-ray disc with Vista with SP0, SP1 & SP2 all in the same disc? Thanks
  6. I've just created a multiboot DVD with serveral versions of windows. Everything is working fine, except one thing is really bothering me. There is a part of the script. boot: cls print "\n" print "Press Enter to boot from DVD... \n" getkey 20 boot 0x80 if $lastKey == key[enter]; then goto MainKey # When no key found... goto 20 boot 0x80 MainKey: show image graphics\main.csi getkey 20 boot 0x80 if $lastKey == key[1]; then goto Pro if $lastKey == key[2]; then goto Home if $lastKey == key[3]; then goto 2000 if $lastKey == key[4]; then goto 2003 if $lastKey == key[r]; then reboot if $lastKey == key[esc]; then boot 0x80 goto menu 1. From the boot section is that possible to change it to any key, instead of the enter key. I really want it to be "any key", other than just the enter key. 2. From the mainkey section, 1,2,3,4,r and esc key are assigned. if I pressed any key else. i will get the label not found error message. Is that possible to tell the program to ignore all the other keys pressed. I don't want anything to happen if the non-assigned key was pressed. I tried read the online help, but I don't really understand most of them. Could someone kindly enough to give me some hints about it. Thanks a lot.
  7. I followed the flyakite's guide and used geitonaki's SFX file, I have no problem whatsoever with the 32bit xp. I'm now trying to add the xp x64 edition in the AIO dvd. I downloaded the cracked setupldr.bin, hexed the file. I have problem create the boot folder. I tried to use D:\AIO-DVD\SETUP\XP\Professional\AMD64\winnt32.exe /noreboot, It fails. I got a error message, " D:\AIO-DVD\SETUP\XP\Professional\AMD64\winnt32.exe is not a valid win32 application. I also tried the create_boot_folder.cmd. It moved two files to the boot folder. Didn't install. NTLDR error. How do I create the boot foler for x64. I spent serveral hours reading through the forum, no luck though. Would someone please kind enough to give the newbies some more tips. Thanks a million.
  8. Hi, everyone I own 2 copies of windows 98 and 2 copies of windows ME. They all in different languages. I'm trying to use magiciso(that's the easiest method i could find for mult-boot) to make a mult-boot disk. According to their tutorial I can multiboot with one copy of win98 and one copy of winme. Something is not too clear to me, when making the iso. I have extract the win98 boot sector to boot98.bif and winme boot sector to bootme.bif. The installation folder have to win98 and winme. If i want more than one copy of win98, i will have to rename to the boot sector file and installation folder. What is the relationship between the bif file and the installation folder? How can i tell the program to use different installation folder. I tried to contact magiciso, they never write me back. I don't know if their tech support is too busy or they're trying to ignore me. Anyway, anyone have any kind of idea? I tried the other multi-boot method, the cdshell thing is drive me crazy, it's too difficult for me. Thank you.
  9. I know SP2 is the best. I need the SP0 and SP1 CD handy all the time. I still have some clients running a slow P3 machine. SP2 is just too slow for them. Also some ppl is just too stubborn to upgrade to SP2. Is that possible to create submenu with MagicISO ???
  10. I'm trying to make a Multi-Boot DVD for all the different version of windows we have in the company. I'm using Magic ISO, since this is the easiest method I found so far. I can't make it works for some reason with the tech-hints or msfn method. Anyway. I'm trying to create a DVD-9, hofully it will fit in a DVD-5 for 36 different installations. I can manage to create a DVD-5 with magiciso with 4 different installations. The problem MagicISO doesn't use any kind of compression, it takes about 1G for each installation. I'm wondering is CDImage works with MagicISO, so I can slim down the size a lot. Anyone can give me some hints. Thank a lot. Windows XP Professional Oem SP0 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Oem SP0 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Oem SP0 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Oem SP1 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Oem SP1 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Oem SP1 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Oem SP2 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Oem SP2 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Oem SP2 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Retail SP0 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Retail SP0 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Retail SP0 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Retail SP1 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Retail SP1 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Retail SP1 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Retail SP2 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Retail SP2 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Retail SP2 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP0 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP0 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP0 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP1 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP1 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP1 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP2 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP2 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Upgrade SP2 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Volume SP0 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Volume SP0 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Volume SP0 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Volume SP1 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Volume SP1 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Volume SP1 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format) Windows XP Professional Volume SP2 Normal Installation Windows XP Professional Volume SP2 Semi-Auto Installation (Required to insert user name and company name) Windows XP Professional Volume SP2 Fully Unattended Installation (Auto Format)
  11. Hi, guy My friend has some problems with the computer, it reboots itself from time to time. He had a cheap power supply and 2 no name 256mb ddr memory. I replaced them with a brand new cooler master 380w PSU and 2 kingston 512mb ddr memory (they were pulled out from my machine, they were working perfectly since I bought them 4 months ago). I also formatted the whole hard drive and reinstalled windows and got all the updates. I left the computer on 3 days and kept it downloading stuffs. It works fine, no rebooting at all. I thought the problem was solved. I gave the computer back to him, since then he told the computer is acting kind of wired. It lags quite often for like 5 to 10 seconds. Both keyboard and mouse stop working. It likes the computer was frozen. Beside that the computer is 100% functioning. I asked several of the friends, no one ever has this kind of problem. Can anyone please give me some hints you might be the problem. Thanks a million.
  12. Hi, guys I heared people saying the best Burner in the market is Plextor all the time. What make it the best? Is that worth to spend $80 USD, while I can get a Pioneer or LG for around $40 USD.
  13. I don't know is it right to ask this question here. The thing is my friend has a P4 3.2 GHz system with one of those cheap ECS mb. I always have bad luck with them. The computer actually works fine, except it restarts irregularly. Sometimes one to two times a month, sometimes it just has no problem. I tried to reinstall the windows serveral times, and all the other component was replaced including the CPU. The computer was brought back to the computer store serveral times and it was just happen to work perfectly in the computer store every single time. It have been like it for almost a year. It give me so much headache and my friend keep bugging me to fix his computer. I just don't get it. He spent like 300 - 400 bucks for the cpu, why did he want to save the money to a cheap mb. He is wired. I'm wondering is there anyway I would short the mb circuit without burning the mb, then I could get a replacement. Please tell me if it is possible. Thanks a lot.
  14. I was trying to fix a computer for my friend. He is using AMD 64-BIT 3000+ SOCKET 939 with a MSI K8T Neo 2. The problem was whenever he was trying to turn the pc on. It got no display and the computer beeped like crazy. I tried to replaced the memory, power supply and different video card (both AGP and PCI). I tried to clear the CMOS with the jumper. I even took the whole motherboard out and tried them out of the case. I still got the same problem. I was looking at the D-Bracket all whole time, 3 of the red LED was on all the time. The description in the manual just said initializing video interface. I took the CPU, memory, video card and power supply and tried them on the other machine. They all working good. I assumed the mb was bad. I went to the computer store where he bought the computer. I told the technician what I did checked. He agreed the mb was bad. He got me another same mb. He tried it with the CPU, memory, video card I had. Same Problem . About 5 to 10 mins later, he got the new mb booting migically. I was talking to my friend all whole time when the technician was trying to fix my mb. I was not paying atention what the technician did. All I saw was he turned the power supply on and off about 5 times. He put everything back with the old mb. It worked. I tried to ask him the trick. He just wouldn't tell me. Does everyone has the same or similar problem? Why was the computer booting again all the sudden? Do you think I have bad hands? I'm sure I did check everything I could. Any suggestion? Please tell me the trick?
  15. I have two WD 200G SATA drives, if I want to convert them to dynamic disk and combine them as one drive. Am I going lost all my data? Also I will upgrade my motherboard and CPU in the near future. Is that going to be any problem moving the combined drive to my new PC. Does anyone know that? Thanks.