U should make 2 partitions. NO music to move then. I really dont know what services was disable for it to do this. Could be many things. All I say is keep the basic stuff that is needed.
Originally Posted by polo6979
To get the maximum amount of performance out of your system, you have the option of disabling all of the services on your computer that are not critical to the system. This would take away a lot of the nice features and conveniences of Windows, but you would have a much faster machine. The following is a list of system-critical services that should not be disabled. Feel free to disable all other services.
Bare Minimum Services:
Com+ Event System
DCOM Server Process Launcher
Shell Hardware Detection
System Event Notification
Plug + Play
Remote Procedure Call
Security Accounts Manager
Disable the following services:
Background Intelligent Transfer Service
Distributed Link Tracking Client
Error Reporting Service
Fast User Switching Compatibility
Help and Support
Machine Debug Manager
Network Location Awareness (NLA)
Portable Media Serial Number Service
Remote Registry (Only included with Windows XP Pro)
SSDP Discovery Service
Windows Image Acquisition (WIA)
Wireless Zero Configuration (If you have a wireless network card, do not disable this one)
Task Scheduler Continued...
Try not to disable shell.
Do you really need the print spooler service running? and also event log? Thought you could stop both of those
Yout dont need those services at all. Event log its up to u. Let u know what crash your system. But if you dont care. Disable.
Originally Posted by geeky_hawkes
Would this really be a service running if it worked at one time and then stopped?
Most likely it is a services that is not running that is giving the problem.
Originally Posted by polo6979
Thats a good idea... What was I thinking...THANKS!!
Originally Posted by tn6478
OK.... I formatted and reloaded my nlite version of windows XP restarted all the "Automatic" drivers and now it will see the GPS receiver and the GPS program will work fine but if I try to make any changes in the GPS settings I get the "Invalid Argument"
I hate to load a full version of XP but thats what it looks like I have to do.
I have seen the software that is needed but do we have a list of services that SD uses?
and regarding the invalid argument issue?
I have this problem too.
I have the same problem. But what was not mentioned was that you can set the COM port if you use the navigation wizard. It will let you save, then when you try to access the nav, it will display the same error in an infinite loop. if you dont have a keyboard, you will need to do a hard restart. I don't have a log available. I havnt played with SD too much, so if there is anything I can do to provide helpful debugging information, please let me know.
This also happened to me when I changed the USB ports. I can get GPS data using the tool that the reciever came with. The weird part is after I set it up using the navigation wizard, i cant get to any maps, but when I try to access the settings, it knows my speed and blocks me.
What version are you running, this should be fixed in 220.127.116.11, but it is a generic error and can have multiple causes?