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  1. In Topic: Custom Ubcd4Win Image

    Posted 28 Dec 2009

    Well, I start with the default build, add my custom programs to it, and then attempt to remove everything that I don't use. Hopefully this will produce a CD that will load faster.
  2. In Topic: Custom Ubcd4Win Image

    Posted 23 Dec 2009

    No, I have working DVDs that have everything in them and working. I boot to these 5-6 times per day when backing up data from computers. I am trying to get a DVD that will boot quicker. It's when I remove things that it starts having problems. With several hundred things to remove, figuring out which one could takes dozens of attempts.
  3. In Topic: Foldersize

    Posted 18 Apr 2008

    Awesome. It takes a little work, but it can work.

    I have to manually start the service from the control panel and then add the column into explorer. Any idea how to do these automatically? If not, thanks anyway, it's a great start
  4. In Topic: Foldersize

    Posted 16 Apr 2008

    View Post hilander999, on Apr 14 2008, 02:20 PM, said:

    Create the following folder and file structure in your UBCD4WIN directory. (Default is C:\UBCD4WIN )

    C:\UBCD4WIN\plugin\ Add-Ons\Foldersize
    C:\UBCD4WIN\plugin\ Add-Ons\Foldersize\ Foldersize.inf
    C:\UBCD4WIN\plugin\ Add-Ons\Foldersize\ files\FolderSize.cpl
    C:\UBCD4WIN\plugin\ Add-Ons\Foldersize\ files\FolderSizeColumn. dll
    C:\UBCD4WIN\plugin\ Add-Ons\Foldersize\ files\FolderSizeSvc.exe

    Create a new text document in notpad with the contents of foldersize.inf (posted above) and save as ANSI encoded text file with the name Foldersize.inf in the directory structure you see above.



    Ah, I was so close. I didn't have the "files" directory.

    Thanks, I will let you know how it works. It is definitely a program that should be considered for inclusion in the main project.
  5. In Topic: Foldersize

    Posted 14 Apr 2008

    Dumb question, but what do I do with the inf?

    PS: Thanks, it did also help with another project of mine, showing the foldersize column after installing windows without manually adding it.

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