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What Not To Remove For Some Programs

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:rolleyes: Another head scratcher: Logical Disk Manager (and everything related - diskpart etc.) depends on osuninst.dll. :o

This is on Server2003, but it might be the same for XP.

GL

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Hi guys! Could anyone please tell me what network components should keep for a broadband internet conection using PPPoE? Everytime I install the os I need to creat this connection with a username and password. Thanks in advance.

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It would be wonderful if people stopped pasting their session files and started attaching them. Nowadays it is very hard to find relevant information about components nLite can remove since searching includes the text pasted from session files.

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Great list! Been looking for one for years.

NOW for the kicker, Does anyone have a hierarchy Tree for dependancies?

I would really love to get my hands one one!

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By applying the bellow tweak...

[Tweaks] -> Start Menu -> Disable and remove Documents list from the Start Menu.

will also remove the BMP pic from the start menu, the one that show your Windows Version (Vertical) when using Classic theme.(classic Start Menu).

I'm not really sure why (maybe nLite bug??) as that should not happen.

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Hi. I just installed the new live messenger and i cant sign in and i believe it has something to do something i ripped out just wounding if anybody else had this error 8000401a i'm not not having much luck with google its works fine when i don't use nlite any help would be great

LAST_SESSION.INI

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Diskeeper needs System Event Notification service and Eventlog to install

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Hi. I just installed the new live messenger and i cant sign in and i believe it has something to do something i ripped out just wounding if anybody else had this error 8000401a i'm not not having much luck with google its works fine when i don't use nlite any help would be great

LAST_SESSION.INI

It would be better if you opened new topic. At first glance, I see you removed too much networking functions/IE/OE/WIA/Messenger/AppCompat/jet/VBruntime. It can be any of these.

GL

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It would be better if you opened new topic. At first glance, I see you removed too much networking functions/IE/OE/WIA/Messenger/AppCompat/jet/VBruntime. It can be any of these.

GL

I was hoping someone had the same problem thats why i posted in here. Im hoping i can run some tests over the weekend if i cant i might make a new post about it then and thanks for having a look.

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"Extreme Movie Manager" needs "Help and Support" and possibly all Group/Local Policy Console stuff, including the administrator scripts and templates. Otherwise you get the famous "this database is not compatible" error. XMM is based on .NET and requires MDAC.

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Hello, I nlited a XP home sp3 OEM for my EEEPC Asus netbook. I want to install my Nokia 3120 classic modem( and Nokia 6500 classic) and I am getting this error on installing port and the modem: " An error occurred during the installation of the device...A service installation section in this INF is invalid."

What do I have to keep for this error not to occurre again?

Here is my Last sesion.ini.

LAST_SESSION.INI

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Windows 2003 : WINS server needs the Remote Registry service

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Whereisit catalog program needs System Event Notification service to function, did not notice if it will stall at installation without it.

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Simple way to build this would be just put a list of files that shouldn't be removed in the format that nlite recognizes

like:

asdf.dll

exeexe.exe

...

And some file to download comenting why they must be kept.

Anyway thanks for it, i didn't finished of reading it, but i'm already on the half.

Saved a txt file of the rest of it for further.

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I want to add:

1. Don`t add to "Delete box" images Bullet.gif and Exclam.gif from path Windows\Web. Not working WMP online video (Can not create DirectShow Player) and Process Monitor.

2. Don`t delete Intel Indeo codecs. Intros will not work in many older games (Commandos etc.)

3. Don`t choice in "Privacy"  "Disable tracking of most use programs". Can not install Alcohol 52%, stops on a file AXshlex.dll.

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Could anyone mention what not to remove for "Dot .NET 4.0"? I need this component to run. I keep messing up my nLite custom installs.. :(

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Hello

Know someone what don`t remove to install LIP language?

Because on try to install give error similar CA25 or CA8r

Tks

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