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    Variable Bitrate will1384's Avatar
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    I went and installed minlogon for fun, BTW you don't need to
    hack a DLL file to bypass WFP AKA Windows File Protection

    Do this

    Search for winlogon, in the windows directory, set "advanced options"
    to "search system folders" and "search hidden files and folders" and
    also "search subfolders" rename all of them starting with the one in
    "dllcache" to "winlogon.exe.old" and when windows asks to replace,
    say no

    And now you can rename "minlogon.exe" to "winlogon.exe" copy it to
    C:\WINDOWS\system32 or what ever you hard drive is
    and do the registry key

    Thats it, It my also help to change your folder viewing options to
    show hidden files, extensions, protected files, hidden stuff, things
    like that


    BTW boot time is still 35 seconds

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    Variable Bitrate will1384's Avatar
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    Last weekend I was on a small road trip and had some friends in the car,
    computer was working, and I shut the car down like normal, went into a
    store for about 20 min and came out, the car would not start, at first I
    thought dead battery, but the gauges said it was fully charged, and I could
    hear the relays clicking under the hood, but the starter would not engage

    I tried a few more times but nothing, I popped open the hood, and I
    decided to remove the fuse going to the computer and amp that's in my
    trunk, and then tried to start the car, it worked perfect

    Later on at home, I hooked up the fuse and the computer would not
    come on, but the car did start, and my amp worked, no fuses were blown

    I even tried the M4-ATX reset a few times, I then thought maybe my
    motherboard was dead but I tried it in the house with a regular ATX
    power supply and it works fine

    So it looks like my M4-ATX has died

    I am back to using an inverter

    I see nothing burnt on the M4-ATX, and the fuse on it is still good

    I am going to send it into mini-box to see if I can get it fixed

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    I was talking to my dad and he brought up that maybe the M4-ATX
    somehow interfered with the VATS / PASSKey system and thats why
    it would not start, years back I had disabled it by using a resistor.

    If that's true, it would seam like a fuse would have blown or something,
    but it did not.

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