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Alps last won the day on November 29 2016

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  1. Gracias por las sugerencias. Entonces debería dejar instalados por lo menos 20-30 idiomas según mis usos. Me sucede muy a menudo que tengo que hacer búsquedas en internet sobre varios temas y a veces encuentro algo interesante en idiomas que no sé y que tengo que traducir (ruso, árabe, japonés y muchas otras). No es bueno que me salgan todo cuadradicos en la página de resultados de Google pero, de todos modos, ya sé que la mayoría de los idiomas no voy a usarla ni leerla. Pues, escribiendo y visualizando documentos en 5 idiomas, así como realizar traducciones desde y hacia otras lenguas (como escribías, tengo que traducir a partir de ahi), creo que me convenga mantener 20-30 idiomas. ¿Está mal mi razonamiento?
  2. ¡Hola a todos! Estoy usando nLite para crear un disco de Win XP Pro y tengo algunas dudas sobre los componentes que necesitaría quitar. Quisiera quitar los idiomas pero ¿sabe alguien si los idiomas incluidos en la específica sección de nLite tienen que hacer sólo con el sistema operativo? Si es así, todos los idiomas se pueden quitar, dejando sólo lo que se usa en el proprio sistema operativo (siempre que no se quiera usar el sistema operativo en más idiomas por varias razones). ¿Pero la visualización de páginas web en todos los otros idiomas (asiáticos y europeos) necesita los relativos paquetes de idiomas? Si fuese así, debería dejar por lo menos una docena de idiomas. Y en fin, ¿hay cualquier programa (como Word, Writer, etc.) que necesita los paquetes de idiomas? ¡Gracias de antemano!
  3. Hi all! I'm choosing the components to remove from my cd (Win XP Pro) and in the services section there are 3 which I don't know whether taking out. First, a red component, HTTP SSL: considering that I'm not going to use Internet Explorer, is it safe to remove it even if I use SSL for e-mail or other services? Second, another red component, SNMP: there is a generic reference to printer support and agents that monitor the activity in network devices and report to the network console workstation. Does it have something to do with router connection, USB devices for connecting to the local router or stuff like that? If wireless printing support (or USB printing) is needed, can SNMP be safely removed anyway? Third, a black component, Network DDE: does its removal affect the local router connection and security issues? Fourth, another black component, QoS RSVP (and related QoS): does it have something to do with internet USB keys (such as dLink) for router connection (or HSDPA connection)? If so, should I keep it? Following the full list of components in Services section: Alerter Application Layer Gateway Automatic Updates Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) Beep Driver COM+ DHCP Client Distributed Link Tracking Client Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) DNS Client Error Reporting Event Log Extensible Authentication Protocol Service Fax Services Health Key and Certificate Management Service HTTP SSL Imapi CD burning COM Services Indexing Service Internet Authentication (IAS) IPSEC Policy Agent Kerberos Key Distribution Center Message Queuing Messenger Net Logon Network Access Protection (NAP) Network DDE Network Location Awareness (NLA) Network Provisioning Performance Logs and Alerts Protected Storage QoS RSVP and Quality of Service Remote Registry Removable Storage Route Listening Servise RPC Locator Secondary Logon Service Advertising Protocol Shell Services Simple TCP/IP Services SNMP System Event Notification (SENS) System Monitor System Restore Task Scheduler TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Telnet Server Terminal Services Text Services Framework Uninterruptible Power Supply Universal Plug and Play Volume Shadow Copy WebClient Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Windows Management Instrumentation Windows Time Wired AutoConfig Wireless Configuration Lastly, this is my list of components to remove: Alerter, Application Layer Gateway, Distributed Link Tracking Client, Error Reporting, IMAPI CD burning com services, Indexing Services, Messenger, QoS RSVP, Remote Registry, Removable Storage, Service Advertising Protocol, TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper, Telnet, Text Services Framework, Volume Shadow Copy. Since I use a router connection (sometimes a HSDPA key), do you think that removal of any of the components of my list would badly affect my internet connection? Do you think I could include something else on my components list, something absolutely unuseful that I missed at first sight?
  4. Alps

    OOBE removal

    Thanks for the links! I'm just going to check them out!
  5. Alps

    OOBE removal

    Great! You got the point, mooms! Actually, I already have both OS activated. So I would need to find the activation files, then copy and paste them in the system32 folder of the new installation cd project. If I'm not wrong, WPA.dbl should be the file I need but I remember that Windows needs to be restarted in Safe Mode after the installation in order to replace that file. How to avoid that? Is it enough to copy the activation files in the system32 folder or will I need to set even something else in nLite in order to skip activation (or, at least, to make this task unattended)?
  6. Hi all! I've seen that many people remove Out of Box Experience in a slim copy of Win XP and I would like to do the same without running into issues. I have XP Pro and Home with activation codes (underneath the laptops). If I insert them in the specific nLite section ("General" tab in "Unattended" section), will I still need to activate Windows? I know this item is needed for activation and, if I'm not wrong, for other settings included in the "Unattended" section. Should I set some particular options (like "Unattended mode", "Skip OOBE" or whatever...)? Thanks for your tips!
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