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    Safe nLite setting.ini

    search helpers: nLite settings, settings.ini, safe nlite, safe settings, optimized windows xp


    This will give you Wireless Internet, Mp3 audio playback, DVD playback, Internet Browsing (after you install a browser of your choice: explorer, *Mozilla) You must install Framework 1.1 if you want to run .net apps..

    After you install this OS, Remove pagefile.sys to reduce the footprint to about 350MB. Then install your applications test and retest everything. Then when your satisfied install Minlogon and EWF. From here you can point your OS to a new shell, by regedit->find->winlogon, from here change the "shell" key to point to your new shell.

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    Winamp users be sure to include "midi" support

    Ok, for those of you new to nLite, here is a little more in depth of an explanation of whats going on here. Basically, you grab windows (copy and paste the entire CD on to your harddrive) then open nLite and point it to the newly copied windows xp. From here you have a choice to "slip stream" a service pack. You must have already downloaded the approriate service pack to your machine. (There's no need to uncompress it) just make sure you point nLite to the .exe you downloaded.

    After nLite has done its thing you will get a list of things to unCheck, don't be fooled because unchecking things means those things stay and everything checked goes. Behind the scenes this creates a file in the nLite folder a settings.ini file. Basically all it does is tell the nLite application what you have removed from the windows configuration. You can view this and either copy and paste my settings.ini or write down the things I have removed.

    Here is something I have found that might help you guys out. Once you have finished a configuration and burned it to a cd and found out there was something missing or something isnt working properly. When you open nLite back up to make a "NEW" configuration you cannot use what it remembers, you must start the WHOLE process over again. Meaning copy all the files and folders from the windows cd again, and also re-slipstream the service pack. And then choose what you want to remove again.

    Once you have finished your nLite configuration it creates an .ISO file. For those of you who are not sure how to get this to a CD check this program out. http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm
    This application basically works just like windows xp cd-burning does. You right click on the .ISO that nLite created and click "Copy image to CD" after this application is installed and it will do the rest. It makes the CD bootable and everything. Keep in mind that its a beta app and it will have its days where its kind of buggy but for the most part I haven't run into any major troubles with it, it has been reliable (I've used it to make about 30 bootable ISO's).

    Code:
    [Main]
    Env = 0.99.7 beta.1.1.4322.2032.Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600.0..en-US
    Target = Windows XP Professional SP2 - build 2180
    
    [Pages]
    Integrate a Service Pack
    Remove Components
    Unattended Setup
    Options and Tweaks
    Create a Bootable ISO
    
    [Components]
    ;# Applications #
    Accessibility Options
    Briefcase
    Calculator
    Charmap
    ClipBook Viewer
    Games
    Internet Games
    NT Backup
    Pinball
    Screensavers
    Wordpad
    ;# Drivers #
    Battery
    Bluetooth Support
    Cameras and Camcorders
    Display Adapters
    Display Adapters (old)
    Ethernet (LAN)
    Firewire (1394)
    IBM Thinkpad
    InfraRed
    ISDN
    Modems
    MultiFunctional
    Multi-port serial adapters
    Portable Audio
    Printers
    Scanners
    SCSI/RAID
    Sound Controllers
    Toshiba DVD decoder card
    Windows Image Acquisition (WIA)
    ;# Internet Utilities #
    Client for Netware Networks
    Communication tools
    FrontPage Extensions
    Internet Connection Wizard
    Internet Explorer
    Internet Information Services (IIS)
    MSN Explorer
    Netmeeting
    NetShell Cmd-Tool
    Network Monitor Driver and Tools
    NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Protocol
    Outlook Express
    Peer-to-Peer
    Synchronization Manager
    Vector Graphics Rendering (VML)
    Web Folders
    Windows Messenger
    ;# Multimedia #
    Images and Backgrounds
    Luna Theme
    Media Center
    MIDI audio support
    Mouse Cursors
    Movie Maker
    Music Samples
    Old CDPlayer and Sound Recorder
    Paint
    Tablet PC
    Windows Media Player
    Windows Sounds
    ;# Operating System Options #
    Administrator VB scripts
    Desktop Cleanup Wizard
    Disk Cleanup
    DR Watson
    File and Settings Wizard
    Floppy Support
    Help
    Manual Install and Upgrade
    MS Agent
    Printer Support
    Search Assistant
    Security Center
    Shell Media Handler
    Task Scheduler
    Tour
    Web View
    ;# Services #
    Alerter
    Application Layer Gateway
    Autoupdate
    CTF Loader
    Distributed Link Tracking Client
    DNS Client
    Error Reporting
    Fax Services
    Imapi
    Indexing Service
    IPSEC Policy Agent
    Messenger
    Network DDE
    QoS RSVP
    Quality of Service (Qos)
    Remote Registry
    Removable Storage
    Secondary Logon
    Service Advertising Protocol
    SNMP
    System Restore
    TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
    Telnet Server
    Terminal Services
    Uninterruptible Power Supply
    Universal Plug and Play
    Volume Shadow Copy
    WebClient
    Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
    Windows Time
    ;# Language Support #
    Arabic
    Baltic
    Central Europe
    Chinese Simplified
    Chinese Traditional
    Cyrillic
    Georgian
    Greek
    Hebrew
    Indian
    Japanese
    Korean
    Thai
    Turkish
    Vietnamese
    Multilanguage Support (LANG dir)
    Service Pack Messages
    Input Method Editor
    ;# Directories #
    DOCS
    SUPPORT
    VALUEADD
    
    [KeepFiles]
    
    [RemoveFiles]
    
    [Options]
    ;# Desktop,Taskbar & Startmenu #
    ;# Experimental #
    ;# Explorer #
    ;# Security & Privacy #
    ;# Speed #
    Disable Automatically search for network folders and Printers
    ;# Visual Effects #
    ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings"
    ;#ISO maker#
    isovol = WInLITE
    isoatt = -allow-multidot -relaxed-filenames -allow-leading-dots -N -l -d -D -joliet-long -duplicates-once -no-emul-boot -b boot.bin -hide boot.bin -hide boot.catalog
    Progress [I will seriously never be done!]
    Via EPIA MII
    512MB RAM
    OEM GPS (embedded)
    nLite WinXP pro on
    1GB Extreme III CF card
    Carnetix 1260 startup/ DC-DC regulator
    Software: Still, re-Writing my existing front end in .Net

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    Can you check if NaviVoice works with those settings? Many people have been reporting problems with NaviVoice on their nLited machines.

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    SAPI 5.1 can be installed so unless there are other dependencies that NaviVoice uses that I'm not aware of, it should work just fine.
    Progress [I will seriously never be done!]
    Via EPIA MII
    512MB RAM
    OEM GPS (embedded)
    nLite WinXP pro on
    1GB Extreme III CF card
    Carnetix 1260 startup/ DC-DC regulator
    Software: Still, re-Writing my existing front end in .Net

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    thanks you for this. And good call on the search words....

    I assume wireless network will be ok (since wireless internet is ok) right?

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    thanks for this. Will get this all setup when I got more time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triad.:
    thanks you for this. And good call on the search words....

    I assume wireless network will be ok (since wireless internet is ok) right?

    Wireless is ok, just remember to be connected and setup to connect to anynetwork before you EWF the system.
    Progress [I will seriously never be done!]
    Via EPIA MII
    512MB RAM
    OEM GPS (embedded)
    nLite WinXP pro on
    1GB Extreme III CF card
    Carnetix 1260 startup/ DC-DC regulator
    Software: Still, re-Writing my existing front end in .Net

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntellaWorks
    SAPI 5.1 can be installed so unless there are other dependencies that NaviVoice uses that I'm not aware of, it should work just fine.
    I know, but people have installed SAPI and still couldn't get it to work

    Looks like I'm going to have to try it myself.

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    thanks for this info. I'm new to nLite and this will help with the learning curve immensely .

    -NJJ

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    could someone help me load the settings. I made the ini, imported it, I go to Load "all" and nothing happens after it scans. nothing is selected for removal

    Also is there a way to integrate minlogon into the iso that is made?
    Peep MY TYTE WHIP yo! It's got too many ill mods to list!

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    I've got the same issue. I'm not too keen on going through whole list - would take ages.

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