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 PostPost subject: Longhorn Reloaded        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 12:46 pm 
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are there NO longhorn reloaded fans here? Im just wondering I just downloaded it last week and installed last nite, I enjoyed it I was just wondering WHEN did Longhorn start to include SATA drivers Im assuming when it became Vista, correct??


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 3:44 pm 
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every single build of longhorn worked on my SATA.
and please explain what you enjoyed about it?
1) the fact nothing is new besides a installer which was stolen from IEXbeta?
2) the fact that the themes were stolen and only added a buggy aurora in explorer windows?
3) the fact that all it is is a few fixes stolen from emoaddicts website?
4) the fact that the sidebar and other parts are MORE buggy then the original alpha build?
5) the fact that WMP11 and IE7 WERNT included in the first M1 build as promised?
6) the fact that they didnt know how to use Ximage to incorporate the modded WIM?
7) the fact that their project leader steals other people's flash websites?
8) and that fact that it took 7+ months just to put all this crap together?

please tell us


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 7:18 pm 
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Seriously, It's not that good. Get a proper LH 4074, download and install True Longhorn 2.6 and if you must, integrate Media Center yourself. LHR doesn't even have an intergrated activation crack and timebomb removal, as far as I know.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 7:21 pm 
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Seriously, It's not that good. Get a proper LH 4074, download and install True Longhorn 2.6 and if you must, integrate Media Center yourself. LHR doesn't even have an intergrated activation crack and timebomb removal, as far as I know.
It doesnt request activation. Theres no point of removing timebomb because it's 60 days and propably we will have next release before...


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 9:43 pm 
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next release? lhr cant release another build because of microsoft :D :D
seriously its the most overated project on this planet.

go here:
http://emo.toastednet.org/iex_lh/

download what you want, (or anything because the alpha build is more stable) then apply them.

if you need help integrating WMP11 and IE7 PM me


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:50 pm 
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1) we did not use anything from emoaaddicts site, and even if, i cant believe that he has made all
2) WMP was not in because I said
3) we never said that we will get IE7 in. It was shrip who said he will inlude in the R series
4) We used the Setup that was made by a IeXbeta member, i have asked him
5) You do not have to use it
6) the True Longhorn Upgrader is the same as our installer, expect Alphaaddict wanted to delete the start menu entries, what does not work
7) We are going to continue.
8) the activatin was not patched, because that gives some errors and because I said no...
9) There is no timebomb.


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1) we did not use anything from emoaaddicts site, and even if, i cant believe that he has made all
yes you did, all the fixes and stuff, if it was such a great project you would make it yourself not get everything from the site and nothing new
2) WMP was not in because I said
it was promised from day 1
3) we never said that we will get IE7 in. It was shrip who said he will inlude in the R series
it was promised from day 1, and your "big announcement" i remember was it would be included with .net 2.0
4) We used the Setup that was made by a IeXbeta member, i have asked him
again, you didnt make anything
5) You do not have to use it
i wont lol
6) the True Longhorn Upgrader is the same as our installer, expect Alphaaddict wanted to delete the start menu entries, what does not work
nothing new again, just taken stuff and modded it badely
7) We are going to continue.
microsoft will hear about that wont they? ;)
Cool the activatin was not patched, because that gives some errors and because I said no...
yes removing it will further get microsoft on your back


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 11:06 pm 
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6) the True Longhorn Upgrader is the same as our installer, expect Alphaaddict wanted to delete the start menu entries, what does not work.

I knew this was made by AlphaAddict, but the contents are changed in LHR, and i feel the true longhorn upgrader is better.

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8) the activatin was not patched, because that gives some errors and because I said no...
9) There is no timebomb.

Thanks for clearing that up, i wasn't sure as i don't use LHR much, though i did do extensive testing a while ago.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 11:08 pm 
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Well, LHR is not what it should have been, and you know that. :P


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so really why does it take so long for something that is worse then the alpha build? i still have not had an answer.

not to mention its an installer, not integrated into the ISO which is VERY easy


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all longhorn reloaded sounds like is a big fuss over nothing


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Jun 08, 2007 12:04 am 
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exactly,
zomg new installer background and buggy sidebar and no features thats worse then the alpha build,
download quick its "longhorn reloaded" i mean how cool


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all longhorn reloaded sounds like is a big fuss over nothing


exactly :roll:

the whole project is nonsense.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Jun 08, 2007 7:26 am 
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Actually, did you know that their server contents were leaked and that was why LHR was released so soon? It simply wasn't ready. Anyway, I have faith that they will be able to patch the numerous bugs associated with longhorn and get newer graphics cards supported as well as Nforce motherboards. It's a great idea and I don't want to see it go down the drain.


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Stop the bickering/arguing now, or I'll close the topic.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Jun 08, 2007 11:48 am 
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Actually, did you know that their server contents were leaked and that was why LHR was released so soon? It simply wasn't ready. Anyway, I have faith that they will be able to patch the numerous bugs associated with longhorn and get newer graphics cards supported as well as Nforce motherboards. It's a great idea and I don't want to see it go down the drain.


ok no offense but that sounds n00bish.
the server contents? oh you mean the files that were EXACTLY the same from emoaddict's website? there wasnt much files anyway they used that lame excuse for it being late.

they wont patch anymore bugs, they dont know how to use ximage to integrate drivers into the WIM and yes it will go down the drain.

you do realise microsoft will take legal action if they release another build dont you?


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2007 12:31 pm 
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I mean DO ANY longhorn builds Actually detect automatically SATA DRIVES?? Like the real Vista does without having to load drivers?? Tjats what I need to know cause i dont have any xtra ide drives to use rite now


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every build of longhorn has worked on my SATA drive...
alphaaddict + cr1t1cal = n00bcake joejoe.org LHR project


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Can you do it better?
If you prove that you can make a perfect Version of 4074, i will call you "god"


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 5:23 am 
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I have heard that 4074 R2 is the best for maximum stability, speed etc. until LHR is finished.


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There are allmost no diferences.....


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There are allmost no diferences.....


R2 works on more computers :P


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It is the same, expect we sed an install shield installer and AA made some errors...


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Ludacris wrote:
It is the same, expect we sed an install shield installer and AA made some errors...


I maybe missing the point here but...
It took that long to create something the same as something that already existed, and the only difference was an installer that didn't work correctly in the first place. All we're saying is that we were a bit disappointed with what we got after that amount of time and hype.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2007 12:16 am 
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I liked the idea of the project very much, altough I have not found an download location yet, as I just decided to collect OS Beta's one week ago ;)

Where can I possible search for it?

3DSM


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