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XP tweeks , any advice

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Sanity Inn, Oct 31, 2003.

  1. Sanity Inn

    Sanity Inn Guest

    Hey Gang

    got my new DAW . yipeeeee

    now the fun begins,,, gutting XP lol

    I know I should diable onboard sound ( p4p 800 deLuxe)

    I have no intentions of connecting to web with my DAW

    can I gut email, and web browser and stuff from PC ? safe to do this?


    XP ghost, does it make sense to install b4 i do sound card and software ???

    i noticed this DAW is much noisier then my Piii ,,,,, looks like i'll be getting silent case

    Thanks for help,,

    peace

    Sanity
     
  2. Sanity Inn

    Sanity Inn Guest

    An interesting link


    http://www.blackviper.com/WinXP/servicecfg.htm


    talks about turning off services on PC


    hope someone finds interesting

    Sanity
     
  3. bgavin

    bgavin Guest

    Many thanks. I grabbed his PDF file and added it to my growing CD of XP support information.
     
  4. MisterBlue

    MisterBlue Member

    Slightly OT, but does anyone here remember (or know of) a link for audio tweaks for Win98SE? A friend of mine is still using the older OS and I seem to have lost the recipe ...

    Thanks in advance,

    MisterBlue.
     
  5. EdWray

    EdWray Active Member

    Here's a link to Gary's tweak guide: PC Optimization document for Win98 and WinME
     
  6. Sanity Inn

    Sanity Inn Guest

    heres a good link tooo


    http://www.musicxp.net/


    Sanity :)
     
  7. robk

    robk Guest

    Hey, don't know if ye have heard of or tried 98lite. It strips all the crap from win98 and now it has a big brother called xplite ! It's only at version 1 so it doesn't remove any significant stuff, mostly just superficial stuff but it does remove outlook express, internet explorer and windows messenger like you were looking for. It's good software and your entitled to free upgrades so when it does begin to remove significant amounts of useless code it will have been worth the investment ( approx $40 )... check it out at LitePC.com :)
     

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