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vLite Settings - 11-13-2009, 04:27 PM
I have attached my vLite ini file. I can't upload a .ini file so I included it as a .txt file. The ISO comes in @ 1.36GB. Installed, it's somewhere around 3GB. But I also turned off hibernation & did most everything on the tweak thread.
vLite images are a matter of taste and tools or components needed.
Please note I did not include the following: Any inbox games, only solitaire. No Side bar & gadgets, no storage controllers, no TV tuners. The list is long, but note everything listed was removed. I left in printer support, Aero, etc.
So take a look and adjust accordingly if you want Windows Defender, Media Center, etc. Pay special attention to the Options.
This vLite was from Ultimate. The end result was a stripped down version. I have created much smaller ones in the past but this one has more included. One very small one I created failed to install because I went nuts on removing services. Note the ISO created from these settings is far less than here: rickatnight11.com Blog Archive Install Vista on Dell Mini 9 (USB)
This file is for reference only and I am not responsible for any images you create from a legal disk or any other issues you may have including a messed up file or PC. It's just a guide to help give you a starting point to customize your own small vLite ISO..
Join Date: Mar 2009
01-09-2010, 01:10 PM
I am just learning how to use vlite. Should I just rename the extension of your text file to an ini file or do I need to use it to follow along what was removed? If I change it to an ini file do I just double click it to open it?
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