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  1. Downloaded Win Toolkit v1.4.1.19 Test 2 - when started Title bar shows: as does info under created by:


    Lego: That's done intentionally.

  2. Ah I see. do you have a Paypal account?

    If not ask lego for his Paypal id and initiate the payment from a us link Paypal and enter his id.

    Like my Paypal id is "Kelsenellenelvian @ gmail.com"

    I have not used PayPal for years - have no idea if they still show me with an account. I clicked on their forgot password link to verify, still waiting on an answer.

    Don't need to ask Lego - at the top of the donate page is: liamcrozier@btinternet.com which I'm assuming is him??!!

  3. Send it via paypal as a gift or donation.


    You will not need addresses that way.

    Just tried - did not work; refused my MasterCard number as being incorrect (I'm assuming this is because of numbering differences between US and UK/Europe cards) and my address as being bad because I was unable to put anyhting in the (UK) County field

  4. That's just the way it got set up by Lego, Chief. He's in the UK.  It's legit.  If necessary, you can do conversions here - http://www.dollars2pounds.com/.  Then go back and enter the amount in pounds that you want to donate.  It will be fine.


    Cheers and Regards

    Have no problem with pounds but how can a payment be accepted if I cannot fill out the address boxes correctly - UK County versus US State and Postal Code versus nine-digit ZIP code?

  5. When I start WinToolkit and click on the Donate button the next page lists the amount in pounds and the address for a County in the UK - even though I show United States as my country. Is there some reason the amount is not in dollars and the addresses reflect possibilities in countries other than the UK?

  6. Open Win Toolkit > 'Main' tab > 'Basic' tab > All-In-One Integrator > select your WIM > Select all of the images and press select or press select > Select All > Add updates, etc..

    Win Toolkit will then cycle through all of the image, making the changes you requested.

    When I updated my Win7 Utimate SP1 with SoLor's 300+ updates, along with other items, it took over 4 hours for each (32 and 64 bit). I'm assuming if this was done for each of the versions of Windows (Home, Basic, etc) listed by the poster, can I assume it would take him a similar time for each of his versions of Windows, resulting in a possible elapsed time of around 20 hours per version (32 or 64 bit) to complete everything? I'm asking because I've thought of possibly doing that and I'm pretty sure their are many more thinking of doing the same thing.

  7. Not really a big fan of the olympics, however i am watching the opening ceremony.

    So then, you saw the Queen and Bond jump from a helicopter?

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