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    Quote Originally Posted by E30vert
    so that we all dont have to sit behind our computers like the techno geek you are and whittle down our OS's using "trial and error". You can just keep your settings as the FORUM will obviously post another nlite.ini file that has even better and more optimized settings very soon anyway
    Well, I dont wanna make you look stupid, but how do you think nLite is made? U'r just useing a tool that (i can promise you that) has been developed by (among other things) a LOT of "trial and error". That is mybe not the most efficint way of developing stuff, but sometimes its the only way. And it gives you a new perspective, since you mess with it all yourself, and therefore can see the dependensies clearer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by E30vert
    Yeah sounds like you use your Awesome CARPC OS to do some very constructive things in car like play FarCry, Halflife2, Elitewarrior, COD. I can envision you right now sitting there playing action games behind your steering wheel while people drive by and think- "Man, theres a case of arrested development if I ever saw one"

    If you read a few topics up you will see that the CARPC Forum that you speak of is asking for the collective settings of the people that have been sucessful at slimming down thier OS and still allowed it to be functional- THATS the VERY SAME THING I ASKED YOU FOR -Jackass!

    So when the CARPC forum that YOU are in asks for what I have asked for does that tend to tell you something???

    Sounds like we all are looking for the "fruits of everyones labor" - (that goes without saying- its a given-****NUT) so that we all dont have to sit behind our computers like the techno geek you are and whittle down our OS's using "trial and error". You can just keep your settings as the FORUM will obviously post another nlite.ini file that has even better and more optimized settings very soon anyway,

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    Quote Originally Posted by E30vert
    Can you share the ISO that you made that allows 183 Meg in size only?
    No, that would be illegal my friend.
    ...my bad, you were not asking for the settings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by E30vert
    Yeah sounds like you use your Awesome CARPC OS to do some very constructive things in car like play FarCry, Halflife2, Elitewarrior, COD. I can envision you right now sitting there playing action games behind your steering wheel while people drive by and think- "Man, theres a case of arrested development if I ever saw one"

    If you read a few topics up you will see that the CARPC Forum that you speak of is asking for the collective settings of the people that have been sucessful at slimming down thier OS and still allowed it to be functional- THATS the VERY SAME THING I ASKED YOU FOR -Jackass!

    So when the CARPC forum that YOU are in asks for what I have asked for does that tend to tell you something???

    Sounds like we all are looking for the "fruits of everyones labor" - (that goes without saying- its a given-****NUT) so that we all dont have to sit behind our computers like the techno geek you are and whittle down our OS's using "trial and error". You can just keep your settings as the FORUM will obviously post another nlite.ini file that has even better and more optimized settings very soon anyway,

    Hey guy,

    I think that these remarks could have been withheld I realize you might be upset about something but please for the name of education spare poeple of reading pointless posts in this thread. I truely want this thread to be used as a guide for those wishing to learn more about trimming down thier XP os by using nLite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint
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    Quote Originally Posted by E30vert
    I can think of much better uses for my time then to sit in front of an XP installation and remove stuff to save a 200 meg and spend 2 months to do it. The reward is no where near worth the time invested. If you have no life - well then thats another story.
    I find your comments very hypocritical: you belittle people in this thread for putting effort towards optimizing their OS, while at the same time trying to take advantage of someone else's hard work and admittedly waiting for other people to do the work in Nlite for you. How unfortunate that you can't "think of much better uses for your time" than insulting other people on a forum dedicated to operating system optimization for doing just that. Did you mention something about no life?

    And there's a big difference between asking for an Nlite .ini file and someone's custom config that was done one file at a time.

    Quote Originally Posted by E30vert
    You can just keep your settings as the FORUM will obviously post another nlite.ini file that has even better and more optimized settings very soon anyway,
    You're very wrong, Nlite will never get anywhere near that far. Perhaps you should read up on Nlite, if you can somehow find the time. There will always be a lot more you can remove after finishing with Nlite.
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    Speaking of Nlite, 1.0b1 is much better than the last build. I have a nice ISO running fine in VPC so far, I'll post the .ini soon. There wasn't a whole lot more I was able to remove compared to IntellaWorks' original version though. I found a few things on the Nlite forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fonseca
    I find your comments very hypocritical: you belittle people in this thread for putting effort towards optimizing their OS, while at the same time trying to take advantage of someone else's hard work and admittedly waiting for other people to do the work in Nlite for you. How unfortunate that you can't "think of much better uses for your time" than insulting other people on a forum dedicated to operating system optimization for doing just that. Did you mention something about no life?

    And there's a big difference between asking for an Nlite .ini file and someone's custom config that was done one file at a time.



    You're very wrong, Nlite will never get anywhere near that far. Perhaps you should read up on Nlite, if you can somehow find the time. There will always be a lot more you can remove after finishing with Nlite.
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    Speaking of Nlite, 1.0b1 is much better than the last build. I have a nice ISO running fine in VPC so far, I'll post the .ini soon. There wasn't a whole lot more I was able to remove compared to IntellaWorks' original version though. I found a few things on the Nlite forums.
    Thank You very much!

    Yes, You are perfectly right..Nlite will never get even close...it's just to darn many different kind of ppl and setups to consider that Nuhi will and can not "serv 'em all"..
    Nlite is a unvaluable tool for get the worst out and as an aid for editing those setupfiles...would have taken me years if I hadn't had that handy tool.

    The worst part is finding all those dependencies and unregging those dll's in a nice fashion..no dead meat tolerated
    ..my regfiles are only them 250kb...thats a lot of text.(not generated by Nlite and edited manually).
    ..there is some 50k+ regkeys initially....mine is down to 25k...

    If there is anything you wanna get rid of or have a regfile for delete/unactivate or similar...just holla...there is a good chance I've been there pokin' already and has a regfile or 2 lying around

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    hey clint, i see in your sig you have a 153MB footprint is this working with a carPC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint
    Thank You very much!

    Yes, You are perfectly right..Nlite will never get even close...it's just to darn many different kind of ppl and setups to consider that Nuhi will and can not "serv 'em all"..
    Nlite is a unvaluable tool for get the worst out and as an aid for editing those setupfiles...would have taken me years if I hadn't had that handy tool.

    The worst part is finding all those dependencies and unregging those dll's in a nice fashion..no dead meat tolerated
    ..my regfiles are only them 250kb...thats a lot of text.(not generated by Nlite and edited manually).
    ..there is some 50k+ regkeys initially....mine is down to 25k...

    If there is anything you wanna get rid of or have a regfile for delete/unactivate or similar...just holla...there is a good chance I've been there pokin' already and has a regfile or 2 lying around

    Clint, damn man I gotta say you are way more patient than I am, a big "virtual high five for you" for your efforts on really fine tunning XP. Did you guys know that our work is really turning heads in the embedded devices community ?? Thier all ****ed off because they spend MONTHS and MONTHS creating XPE and winCE OS's when we can do it much faster have nearly the same functionality and boot almost as fast as thier devices can !!!

    The next avenue I could have chosen was to really get down and remove things one file and registry entry at a time but at the time my carpc wasn't even in my vehicle (mainly because of constant testing on the workbench). I was getting real antsy driving around in my truck with no radio. Besides that I was writing my frontend from scratch and I knew that it needed tons more work, so I put all my efforts forward on just getting something that makes musical noise in my truck. So my nLite research has been put on hold (probably permently) mainly because of other projects that need to be completed for me to enjoy the full experiance of a working carpc.

    The nLite build's we're getting here seem to be more stable and work with a broad range of system configurations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IntellaWorks
    Clint, damn man I gotta say you are way more patient than I am, a big "virtual high five for you" for your efforts on really fine tunning XP. Did you guys know that our work is really turning heads in the embedded devices community ?? Thier all ****ed off because they spend MONTHS and MONTHS creating XPE and winCE OS's when we can do it much faster have nearly the same functionality and boot almost as fast as thier devices can !!!

    The next avenue I could have chosen was to really get down and remove things one file and registry entry at a time but at the time my carpc wasn't even in my vehicle (mainly because of constant testing on the workbench). I was getting real antsy driving around in my truck with no radio. Besides that I was writing my frontend from scratch and I knew that it needed tons more work, so I put all my efforts forward on just getting something that makes musical noise in my truck. So my nLite research has been put on hold (probably permently) mainly because of other projects that need to be completed for me to enjoy the full experiance of a working carpc.

    The nLite build's we're getting here seem to be more stable and work with a broad range of system configurations.
    Thanx!

    As you can see I have worked some more on the install source 85mb!

    well, I'm getting closer to a final version..

    Anyhow, meantime I can post my Nlite settings..but they are for .998i b5

    This is what I keep:

    Drivers: Firewire, MultiCPU, Ports
    Internet Utilities: IE Core, IIS, Network Monitor and Tools
    Operating System : Floppy, Task Scheduler, Command Lines, (16bit optional)
    Services: DHCP, Event Log, Logical Disk M, WMI, MSMQ, Shell Services, WIFI

    thats it!

    if you use .998i b5 it will run perfectly!

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