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Fmustang76

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  1. Are you running Windows XP?? Other than the "success.html" and the "error.html", the only other html page is an operating system error page ("os.html") if Windows XP is not detected and that should halt the extraction process. The only other thing I could think of is that the batch file was trying to open the html page before it was created (I've had that problem with another project). I have it create each html file after extracting each gadget then deleting the html file once opened. I did this for my own preferences to have a confirmation whether everything extracted OK or not and to includ
  2. Check out the below forum thread. I have created a program that will extract gadgets automatically. And for the "delay load" error you can check the same thread below for modified Wireless gadgets that do not cause that error. Please leave any feedback whether either suggestion worked for you or not. Thanks To Auto extract Gadgets after Program Install: 1: Download a new gadget to your hard drive. 2: Double Click the new gadget to auto extract into the shared gadgets folder. 3: Open sidebar and gadget should be there in the Gadget Gallery. http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=485 P
  3. Just wanted to let everyone know that I have updated the Gadget Extractor program. For those of you who do not know what that is, once installed all you have to do is: 1: Download a new gadget to your hard drive. 2: Double Click the new gadget to auto extract into the shared gadgets folder. 3: Open sidebar and gadget should be there in the Gadget Gallery. The new install files can be downloaded in Post #3 of this topic. If you try it, let everyong know how it works for you. Thanks Fmustang76
  4. Those of you considering this I have followed the steps above on my Dell B130 laptop twice now. Instead of Partition Magic I used Acronis Disk Director, but both work basically the same. I was lucky and had no problems with drivers or devices not working properly(except there is no AERO driver made for my graphics card) but Dell did have Vista drivers available. Be aware that not all graphics cards will support the AERO(Glass) so make sure to check the maker of graphics card to see if they have updated drivers. I have had no problems with my system being messed up and have twice now installed
  5. Since there is a problem with with what seems to be the wireless api for XP, and several of us want or try to use the wireless network gadgets, I have removed the problem code from the original gadgets so they will work with the Vista RTM Sidebar as a tempoary fix. I have left everything else as it was but because of the this problem, they do have limited functionality, as they will not display the wireless SSID or network address, which was causing the delay-load errors for those gadgets. Otherwise, as designed, they do work as signal strength meters displaying whether there is a connection,
  6. First off I just wanted to also say thanks Ricktendo64 And Everyone Else That Contributed!!! Sidebar Works great!!! Update 7/14/07: NEW VERSION!! Built using .NET 2.0 which is required and can be downloaded below: Now is anyone interested in a way to auto extract the downloaded gadget files?? I recommend using Version 3 if you have or can install .NET 2.0 The new version 3 does not use a batch file and was built using .Net 2.0. If you want the batch file option or the exe wrapped batch file so that the batch window is not seen during extraction (Gadget Extractor Version 2), I have left the one
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