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Jonny5isalivetm

missing cd/dvd drivers + minimum hd size ?

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Hi Guys / Girls, after vlited win7 64, at the start of the install, it complains of missing cd/dvd drivers..

Can somebody tell me what not to remove :unsure:

also im trying to install onto a 4gb ssd is there a setting somewhere in vlite to remove the minimum hard drive requirement of windows 7 ?

Thanks

Jonny

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Please remember that when vLite was last developed and released Win 7 was still in the EARLY BETA process.

vLite barely works on Win7 and you are bound to get many errors using vLite alone.

However, there are a couple of threads on extreme slimming of Win7 in this same forum section....

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u could do 1giga for Win7 32bit maybe less

u need to remove the printers drivers with win intergrator

remove winsxs using vlite and remove manually pending.xml from winsxs dir

and remove more files using dead0's remove bat file

check my guide if u need help with winsxs removal

http://www.msfn.org/board/guide-windows-7-...te-t139874.html

i think with dead0 will done with it its will be even 700mb

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