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Zoom7000

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    Windows XP Pro
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  1. Rick, any chance of a mirror link? Getting this message from your Dropbox: Error (509) This account's public links are generating too much traffic and have been temporarily disabled!
  2. Thanks for that Geej. Nice to know the information!
  3. Thank you Geej! That worked perfectly! Just for knowledge sake, everywhere on the Internet I have read has said to use "DefaultInstall" just wondering why it didn't work with DefaultInstall and worked instead with Install.
  4. I've tried that command and nothing happens.
  5. Thanks for this Geej. Any ideas how we can install this silently on a live setup of XP? I've used the following script: rundll32 syssetup,SetupInfObjectInstallAction DefaultInstall 128 FoxitRdr.inf However, this still shows the copying files and more importantly, I want to remove the Cancel button to stop users from cancelling the install. Any ideas?
  6. There's been an update: http://www.imgburn.com
  7. Rick, just wanted to check something with you: %16422%\CCleaner\ccleaner.ini,Options,,(App)(App)DNS Cache=%CHECK% ; DNS Cache Should there be 2 (App) in the above statement? Just checking because all the other commands only have the 1.
  8. rick, do you have an updated version of the VMware Tools?
  9. It won't start for me. It's just stuck on the splash screen.
  10. Kel, is it possible to install this on a current installation? I have extracted the pack to a folder (C:\Uberpack) right clicked to install the UberPack.inf and it installs fine. However, it doesn't put all of the context menu items into the nice "Power Tweaks" menu. In fact the "Power Tweaks" menu doesn't even appear. It has installed MMM.exe and it is already in start up too. Any ideas?
  11. I just integrated this and when I did an install I get a tiny window pop up that says "Test" in the title bar and has a sharing icon in the middle of it. Any ideas? EDIT: Worse still it has appeared after install once the desktop has appeared and the window won't close! In fact, the window pops up every time you run DSI and won't go until you quit the program by right clicking the on taskbar icon. Also there is a file on the desktop called "TestWrite.png" Here is a screenshot.
  12. Kels, please put Dial-a-Fix back in! It was so useful even though it was outdated! Still had some cool features that were vital in helping to fix issues, especially with Microsoft Update!
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