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vLite v1.2 Final - RapidCatched

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Here ya' go:

Changes and download

My pleasure, don't mention it. Any time. Oh c'mon you didn't have to; they are so nice. They smell nice too, almost like bits.

Updates:

09.12.2008. - 1.2 Final

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WOW!!! Just went through the changelog, and i see "new 'Digital Rights Management (DRM)"

Finally i can make my vista fly, without these DRM craps

Thanks so much nuhi, your simple AWESOME MAN!!! :thumbup

EDIT:

2 quick questions:

If i remove 'Digital Rights Management DRM (its says needed for WPM11) will i still be able to use WPM11 to play unprotected movies and musics?

If i remove tv tuner support, (it says needed for Media center) will i still be able to use 3rd party tv software to watch tv?

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Oh ,NO man ,you did it again

My poor computer would blame you for that ~

she cant stand up so many reinstallations~

Any wany .非常感謝,a Billion thanks :thumbup

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My pleasure, don't mention it. Any time. Oh c'mon you didn't have to; they are so nice. They smell nice too, almost like bits.

LMAO...thanx

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If i remove 'Digital Rights Management DRM (its says needed for WPM11) will i still be able to use WPM11 to play unprotected movies and musics?

Yes. I just tried WMP and it played files fine.

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Booogy get over here !

I saw this before it came out =) Maybe tcp-ip or usb 1000hz next?

Good job nuhi !

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thx u the best nuhi :)

back to work gr8 on server 2008 :D whooha

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Sorry for stupid question, but what exactly removing DRM removes - WMP DRM or really kernel DRM bits (ci.dll)?

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shahed26, DRM, haven't tested the WMP without it, I set it dependable because it comes in WMP installer usually.

TV Tuner should be needed for tuners regardless of the app, try it but I doubt it will work.

anonymous_user, interesting. Gonna try and adjust dependency, thx.

Tihiy, it removes (WMP) DRM and Right Management services. ci.dll, gonna check.

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Thanks nuhi, good work as always :thumbup

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Thank Nuhi, this is how to start well the day

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edit: why is the installer of 1.2 rc smaller than the installer of 1.1.6 final?

Probably because any version after 1.1.6 wont include the WAIK files.

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shahed26, DRM, haven't tested the WMP without it, I set it dependable because it comes in WMP installer usually.

TV Tuner should be needed for tuners regardless of the app, try it but I doubt it will work.

Thanks nuhi. Will do a quick test and see how things go.

Thank you

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Hey nuhi, nice release. But I'm still a bit puzzled regarding the logon-loop.

I've been trying for a few days now to get a vLite install going with no luck. I'm not completely new to it and nothing I'm doing should be out of the ordinary compared to how I normally make my vLite installs. I've been trying to figure out a solution for it without any luck. I made numerous install dvds with the 1.2b and then tried yet again with the new 1.2RC last night - still no luck. It's stuck on step 3 of the SP1 installation the first time it boots up. Is this a common problem with the newer vLite releases or is it strictly SP1-related? Any word on if it's something you can avoid when using vLite?

Other than that, I like your new additions to vLite - can't wait to try them out. Thank you for your time and effort on this marvelous piece of software :)

Best regards

Christian Rasmussen, Denmark.

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Hi Nuhi !

I got V-lite in first time and it work great now. :rolleyes:

Many thanks.

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jaykay, ok.

aaroe, you mean you are trying to install SP1 on vlited RTM ? Maybe your SP1 was vLite Slipstreamed or MS Preintegrated?

Please read this: http://www.vlite.net/servicepack.html

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@ shahed26 & nuhi: Just tested to leave in WMP and remove DRM. It plays other movies fine, but on first login I got 2 register errors about DRM, when starting and configuring WMP I got the same again. It does not fully register WMP in the system (file reg, shortcuts). So I will now reinstall and leave DRM saved. :)

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jaykay, ok.

aaroe, you mean you are trying to install SP1 on vlited RTM ? Maybe your SP1 was vLite Slipstreamed or MS Preintegrated?

Please read this: http://www.vlite.net/servicepack.html

No, sorry if I didn't explain it properly.

I have a danish Vista Ultimate x64 without SP1. A few days ago I decided that I needed a reinstall and gave the vLite 1.2b a spin. Firstly I slipstreamed it with SP1 and then I began the process of removing the junk from Vista which I don't need. I then rebuilded, burned and installed. When the computer booted the first time, it began to finish step 3 of 3 of the SP1 installation. When it was done with that, it rebooted but when it started up again it began, yet again, on step 3 of 3 of the SP1 installation. This then just continued without be being able to stop the process at any point. I then googled it a bit and noticed that you had written that the 1.2b version should help those who had experienced it. I then assumed I had been unlucky and tried yet again - I had done none out of the ordinary when I made the vLite and removed nothing crucial. My next vLite installation went the same way without me being able to track down why the problem occured or how to solve it. Just immediately after my 2nd failed attempt you released 1.2RC so I thought that third time was the charm and then tried yet again - but now with the new 1.2RC. After building my vLite install I tried my luck but the problem occured again. The computer is stuck in a loop with the 3rd step of SP1 installation process.

I've validated, over and over again, that the SP1 I'm using to slipstream is the correct one and that it's not broken by doing CRC and MD5 checksum on it - I really don't get it.

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aaroe, yeah slipstreamed sp1 is quite easy to break and I haven't tested that in a while. Please attach your preset or send it to me.

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Has anything changed with the Add features working in Server 2008?

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using imagex mount the install.wim on the Vista DVD (sources), in the mount folder goto Windows\WinSXS and delete Pending.xml (its one of the last files in the folder) and then commit changes, there is a guide saying how to mount a folder, etc.. on this forum somewhere. Deleting that files fixes reboot loop.

I do it after integrate 100s of updates since SP1 and windows installs fine afterward and still saying all updates installed :)

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=785811

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