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vLite 0.5 alpha - Vista Lite

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I think I've found a bug, but I do need to test more.

The "Windows Media Center Receiver Service" will not start after removing seemingly unrelated services with vLite 0.5

This will cause Media Center to crash after about 10 seconds when it tries to start the service.

I apologize for the lack of information I will have more tomorrow, including hopefully what service is responsible.

Just posting now in case anyone else has noticed this. Otherwise so far so good!

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well thanx man for this new toy, im like a child in a toyfactory!

i used it and made an iso and got no bugs at all!

so keep going man!

:thumbup

damian666

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i used vlite on vista RTM, selected the x86 directory in sources, and chose vista ultimate

after doing removals, made the iso, mounted it in daemon tools, used vpc2007beta and told it to capture my vlite drive

had this error before any user interaction..

vlitea.png

On a x86 only DVD (for instance my Vista Ultimate Beta 5384 DVD) the sources folder is here:

DVD:\sources

On the DVD with x86 and x64 the sources folder is here:

DVD:\sources\x86\sources

The 5384 Beta DVD is laid out like so:

boot

docs

efi

sources

support

upgrade

autorun.inf

bootmgr

bootmgr.efi

readme.htm

serial.txt

setup.exe

The RTM with x86 and x64 is laid out like so in the x86 folder:

boot

efi

sources

support

upgrade

autorun.inf

bootmgr

setup.exe

So this means, in the RTM DVD in x86 it is missing these files

and folders compared to the Beta (x86 only) version:

docs

bootmgr.efi

readme.htm

So I think, copy everything thats in the x86 folder to your C:\Vista folder

and then from the root of the RTM DVD, copy those two files and one folder

into C:\Vista to make it what would be a single install DVD.

I can't see the docs folder not being there making any difference, or the htm file,

that leaves only one other file - bootmgr.efi.

The RTM I have does not even have a readme.htm on the root of it anyway. :rolleyes:

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Cool, but will wait for one with 64bit support before trying out this new wondertool :)

Keep up the good work!

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bei, it's still early. Give it a month or two.

bledd, is Level right that you're not using build 5744+ ? (haven't reread the topic)

XPero, wow take it easy :)

piXelatedEmpire, ok corrected

DigeratiPrime, ok gonna check that too, let me know if you find anything else.

damian666, great

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yup

using rtm, build 6000

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"Should we start a topic focusing on Vista compatible registry tweaks?"

If you get me a list of the reg tweaks from nlite i'll be happy to check each one to see if they work in Vista, or provide changes for the existing ones to make them work in Vista if it can be done. A lot of reg tweaks that formerly worked in XP need either modifications to work in Vista or don't work at all because the facilities for them that were present in XP no longer exist in Vista. I'm already posting reg tweaks in the Vista Tweaks and Tips section I know work, might as well throw these into the mix because i'm already set up for testing reg tweaks. I don't use the product my self but i'd be happy to contribute by testing out the reg tweaks for you.

there are a lot of registry tweaks that can be used in Vista from nLite.

Should we start a topic focusing on Vista compatible registry tweaks?

One little thing I noticed first time using vLite is it behaved weird when my disk ran out of free space, it had an error message but it did not say low on free space, and it kept trying to write to the disk even though there was no free space. Of course I freed up some space, just fyi.

Edited by Spooky
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Components that Passed:

[Components]
;# Drivers #
Modem drivers
Printer drivers
;# Languages #
Japanese
Korean
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
;# Multimedia #
Movie and DVD Maker
Speech Support
Tablet PC
Windows Media Samples
;# Network #
Windows Mail
;# Services #
Content Indexing
Microsoft DFS Replication
Windows Remote Management
;# System #
Accessibility
Disk Defragmenter
Fax Support
Help
Microsoft Agent
Welcome Center
Windows Defender
Windows SAT
Zip Folder

Remaining Suspect Component responsible for ehRecvr crash:

[Components]

;# Services #

Error Reporting

Remaining Suspect Components responsible for MCE crash:

[Components]

;# System #

Security Center

System Restore

BTW this is the MCE error message:

Description:

Stopped working

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: CLR20r3

Problem Signature 01: ehshell.exe

Problem Signature 02: 6.0.6000.16386

Problem Signature 03: 4549b55e

Problem Signature 04: ehshell

Problem Signature 05: 6.0.6000.0

Problem Signature 06: 4549bcf3

Problem Signature 07: 4435

Problem Signature 08: 27

Problem Signature 09: System.IO.FileNotFoundException

OS Version: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.256.1

Locale ID: 1033

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lol i installed the filter and i still get that error..

TESTED - Host OS: Vista x64 untouched; vLite v0.5; distrib: Vista RTM x64 copied to HDD; Filter Manager installed from WinXP x64:

vLite still complains about not being able to mount, needing Filter Manager...

Please Help! Thanks Nuhi, you're the man!

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another little bug - Mode:"Direct Burn" does not burn a bootable dvd. I must first use Mode:"Create Image" and then burn the resulting iso file.

This is a requst or suggestion please enable the ISO 'page' without needing to first apply changes, because sometimes I might just want to burn the files and not make changes.

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dot-bot > from vlite homepage: "Only 32bit for now, working on the 64bit adaption, shouldn't take long."

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I got error "Registry file not found, Report error" while building

and i removed everything possible with vlite

got blank screen after first reboot and thereafter

I didint used 5744 or up ( used 5600)

didnt used vmware 5.5.3 (used 5.5.2)

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