registering for msfn.org

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by ejn74, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. ejn74

    ejn74 Folding Master! Political User Folding Team

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    I was working on slipstreaming my XP disk using the msfn.org website.
    I now can't go anywhere on their site a pop up asking for a login andpassword comes up. Does any one know haw I can register?
    Thanks.
     
  2. BillBrasky82

    BillBrasky82 OSNN Junior Addict

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    looks like they are working on their forums, maintaining and upgrading and such, id wait a while and it will probably come back
     
  3. ejn74

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    Thanks For the response. I Just found the site this week. I am not very familiar with it.
     
  4. Un4gIvEn1

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    <---MSFN member for over 2 years now. (Same name on MSFN) They are doing a little maintenance. Been going on all day. I don't recall them announcing it, but the recently moved to a new server and it might have something to do with that.
     
  5. ejn74

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    I dont need to be a registered user for the website then?
     
  6. BillBrasky82

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    if you were working fine before then I doubt it, tho registering is usually helpful to the site and such
     
  7. Un4gIvEn1

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    You don't have to register for the site to view it. Just wait until their upgrades are done.
     
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  9. Electronic Punk

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    Thought it was some kind of threat :D
    Register on their forums and you should be all set.
     
  10. fantasi

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    you dont need to register to go in the forum. just to post. <--- memeber for 5months now. love that place. helped me lots, if u stuck any way, pm me and ill try help u as best i can.
     
  11. Electronic Punk

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    Dunno how long I have been there, but xper and I help each other out alot. He owes me a few beers actually :D

    Was supposed to meet him last November, but he couldn't get a visa or something :eek:
     
  12. Un4gIvEn1

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    xper is a good guy. So are you EP. :) I love both sites, though I have posted there quite a bit more do to the fact they do a lot with unattended installations.
     
  13. Electronic Punk

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    I am too lazy to do unattended installations, but then xper admitted to me so is he :D
     
  14. ming

    ming OSNN Advanced

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    Can you give me a PAC code for migration? mwahahaha :lick: :laugh:
    Just kidding. This forum probably has the most frequently updated info which is good for me. ;)
     
  15. ming

    ming OSNN Advanced

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    Has anyone ever used nLite? It's good for intermediate users who want to create unattended CDs - i.e. removing crap out of the windows setup, configuring custom settings and adding additional drivers to the setup CD.
    Haven't got around to trying to add applications on top though. :p
     
  16. Un4gIvEn1

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    I have never used any of the programs created by anyone on that site, other than giving Greenmachine's code a try. I have always done my own from scratch. I'm pretty well versed with command script (batch) and even created a GUI application at one time, but lost my job right about then and lost all motivation to complete it.