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About ar_seven_am

  • Birthday 03/15/1978

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  1. the installation file is corrupt, care to reupload? thx...
  2. +1 for that as for xp x64, net framework 1.1 not available, I'm trying to make that but stuck in what thing that doesn't needed by windows (just like ricktendo did, he's very good in slimming the pack so only needed component will be installed).
  3. actually I need for making true addon for xp x64 just like onepiece/nonno fabio do in xp x86, not for windows 7 by the way... if u do look in windows xp 64 bit section in ryanvm forum (or maybe here), mostly addons (especially true addons) only for x86... sorry for requesting that, I'm just trying to help others who need that (I use for testing only in vmware, dont have the license for xp 64 bit either)
  4. mooms, sorry for asking this, jaynbe and user hidden made only for 32 bit system? no 64 bit support or maybe support dual system (x86-x64) just like ricktendo did for his net framework repack?
  5. hi i'm sorry rick, is the file still exist? I currently need the x64 for slipstream into my xp x64 source, when I download the enu x64 version from this link : http://adf.ly/1713566/wmp11x64enui've got this : Not FoundThe requested URL /ricktendo/Repack/wmp11-windowsxp-x64-enu-repack.exe was not found on this server.Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
  6. Merry christmast n happy holliday to all of u who celebrate that...
  7. the package driver integrated but will not be USED, yes u can integrated that but WINDOWS INSTALLATION will ignore that if it's not compatible with the hardware (check the panther directory n the log inside ur windows directory if u dont believe me). unlike windows vista, windows 7 more smarter, it will prevent crash driver installation n also more flexible when searching the available driver version. peace...
  8. I think yes as long the driver compatible with ur windows image.
  9. I need to disagree, I'm using driverpacks for backup for installing my friends pc/notebook since it's really tired to check every driver ID or signature, also sometime the website for the drivers source doesn't exist so for me driverpack save my time. Some notebook with AMD processor get problem, but it's becuz the driver itself, I see mostly driverpack team need to tweak the setting so it can be compatible n match with the driver setting. most of driver failed to integrated becuz the driverpack itself have been outdated n we need to update that (new hardware, new driver), also I do agree with mr. smartepant, if u do have problem, u can post to driverpack forum for a bug or suggestion so the driverpack team can improve that.
  10. but lego, with exporting .reg file user may know what change so incase the tweak doesn't fit in his computer, he can revert back. (more like educational). Offcourse for some advanced user, he can also change back that (use regshot, system monitor etc), but how bout ppl who know minor things about computer?
  11. yupz, I think it's good idea too since we need to use regshot to know what registry changed/deleted after we apply that with W7Toolkit. +1 for this!
  12. to both of u, do u use the same image name, an example "Windows 7 Ultimate" even the image had different arch (x86 or x64)? added: @lego: I found out, "HKCU" in registry tweak doesn't exported properly into build admin account, if u didn't use that, it will ok (all registry setting exported into ur local account), but if u use autologon with admin (usually if we want to grant permission) in installing aplication in audit, I can see it doesn't work well.
  13. Tarun, to be honest, if u work as graphicist or architect, an example if u use autocad, sketchup or adobe which limit how many memory needed, u'll get fatal error when the memory run out, u NEED additional free memory for the software to be used. (usually u'll get BSOD or ur system restart). Let's say I only have 2 GB memory, 1 graphic application need 1 GB RAM free (not used by system), another application need 1 GB RAM free too. If I do multitasking n use both, u can guess ur computer will be sloooooooooooooooooooooooow as hell when u do another aplication becuz u've run out of resources, now the free ram tool (actually "free ram" might cause misperseption, should be free ram switcher or something) help u to freeing the ram when u switch to another aplication (at least what task manager show, I see additional DELAY time (about 1 second) processing when switching but it goes normally without having error). I'm not saying u or mark russinovich wrong , but ur assumption about RAM OPTIMIZER for this I can say wrong, yes it doesn't give a lot different performance to me, but DO HELP to other people who work with heavy task in graphic rendering which always request FREE memory when they work. for test, add hotfix package into ur windows image with dism or pkgmgr, open another aplication (multitasking), do look task manager, now use the tools n do the same things, check the task manager too (from this simple test, u'll find that). note : Tarun, I do respect u since I also like to read ur post or topic in MSFN n I'm not upset, I'm just tired since I also do agree with Mark Russinovich said about RAM OPTIMIZER are garbage (yes, I think it's true, in the past time I use crapware which actually make me change my RAM twice, oh my) but this tool is different (that's why I ask lego for the source code, if I know he will make this separated, I wont make that by myself, oh well) usually RAM OPTIMIZER software are enemy for WINDOWS system, but this, I could say FRIEND? added note for lego: I think the name should be free ram switcher, not becuz I dont like the name but with change the name people might understood how it work.
  14. it's the same as "all task" in Desktop Context menu, have u check that?
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