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15th April 2012 at 16:08 in reply to: SuperFetch #49446
I’m also getting this error now. I just reinstalled my Windows Server 2008 R2 installation, and tried to reinstall the SuperFetch hack but it failed:
Error 1083: The executable program thats this service is configured to run in does not implement the service.
Does anyone know how to fix these error 1083s?
So apparently after you install the Atheros chipset drivers, you need to run the install.cmd again for it to work and then reboot the system.
Now it works flawlessly, but didn’t foresee that we needed to do this at all.
Ok, so I just took the leap of faith and installed the self-signed driver and enabled test mode… it seems that Windows detects the Bluetooth dongle and installed all the drivers for me but I don’t see Bluetooth in my control panel and when I try to add a device in the Devices and Printers section, it doesn’t pick up my phone … help?
I’m running Windows Server 2008 R2 and I have the ASUS USB-BT211 (Atheros AR3011 Bluetooth 3.0) dongle.
deltatux25th February 2011 at 04:16 in reply to: SuperFetch #49407
SuperFetch works great here, I installed it from the R2ConvGUI and works very well, my PreFetch folder is filling up for once lol.
Is it possible to install this Bluetooth stack WITHOUT installing those self-signed drivers? Being a computer security student, installing self-signed drivers … feels awkward to say the least lol.
If so, can I just say no to the self-signed driver patch and etc?
I’m planning to just install the stack and then install the ASUS Bluetooth dongle USB driver for my ASUS Bluetooth dongle instead. Would that work?
deltatux13th October 2010 at 04:48 in reply to: ATI Catalyst 10.8 & 10.9 issue on 2008 R2 #49498
Here is a workaround that is working. The procedure is taken from the following topic:http://www.win2008workstation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5786#p5786
Download and extract the latest ATI Catalyst suit.
Open WinDdg as admin, select Open Executable, select InstallManagerApp.exe in the Bin64 folder, say no to the question about saving workspace.
Write this into the command line and hit enter: bp ntdll!RtlGetNtProductType “as /x ReturnValue rcx; gu; ed ReturnValue 1; g”
Write g on the command line and hit enter to resume the installer.
The installer will start – focus it’s window and click Next.
Go back to WinDbg. Hit Ctrl-Break. Type the command bc * to remove the breakpoint and after that g to resume the setup. Finish installing. Done.
Reboot, then you will have the issue with manual update the dispaly driver…
Hope it will work for you as well!
lol, this trick actually works. Complicated but works.
deltatux13th October 2010 at 04:11 in reply to: SuperFetch #49402
Doesn’t seem like there’s any fixes that can get SuperFetch working on Windows Server 2008 R2.
deltatux4th June 2010 at 17:53 in reply to: SuperFetch #49400
Well, I uploaded a new version. Try it and tell me, if it’s working.
note: It’s important to delete all old superfetch registry entries before applying the new reg file!
I just merged your package but I don’t seem to be able to find the Superfetch service.
deltatux30th January 2010 at 18:09 in reply to: SuperFetch #49390
I’m confused from this thread. So is there a working SuperFetch solution or it’s still under investigation?
I’d love to get this running again, was shocked not to find it when I upgraded to Server 2008 R2.
deltatux30th January 2010 at 17:56 in reply to: Games Explorer #48646
Oh, that fixed it.
deltatux29th January 2010 at 07:03 in reply to: Games Explorer #48644
thanks for the response.
Yes I have (downloaded and installed it on the 26th) however my Games window is blank even though I’ve already got several games installed. How do I fix them without reinstalling everything :S?
deltatux26th January 2010 at 22:07 in reply to: Games Explorer #48642
So after installing the Games Explorer, I don’t see any of my games. Do I need to add it manually? If so, how do I do so manually. If not, why is my screen blank atm?