Microsoft Plus for Xp


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handyman

Here is the exact error I get when I install

"Error 1309. Error reading from file: C:Plus! for Win xpcommonmicrosoft sharedMicrosoft

Plus!1033RegWizUi.dll. Verify that the file exist and that you can access it..

Well I verify the file and it does exist on my computer??

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DjmUK

Well this could be one or two problems:

Either your version of WinXP isn't

Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpclient.010807-1148)

Or you don't have a working version of the Plus Pack

I have devilsown in both areas and it works perfectly.

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PabUK

Sorry can't help you but seeing as you have Plus! Djm, what is it like?

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LiGhTfast

im using plus and its crap tbh, nothing good about it except the space theme and new screensavers

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aco
Originally posted by LiGhTfast  

im using plus and its crap tbh, nothing good about it except the space theme and new screensavers

What different couloured taskbars are there?

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vassie

none :(

I did have XP Plus! but when I reloaded XP on my PC, I left it off!

Ben

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PabUK

Doesn't sound worth bothering with then. Think i'll pass.

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DjmUK

It's a load of c**p, I downloaded it for the sake of downloading it, I have a cable modem and I thought I'd might as well give it a go. There's not much stuff actually on there, it's a waste of time downloading it to be honest.

And another thing, if you have onboard graphics then 4 fifths of it don't work as they require a 16Mb+ graphics card.

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PabUK

What about the bowling game? That looked interesting to me.

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DjmUK
Originally posted by PabUK  

What about the bowling game? That looked interesting to me.

Well, I've never actually played it - reason being, I don't have enough graphics memory :(

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Guest Weasel526

The bowling game is a piece of #$^*. It's not even the full version. There is like 10 'lanes' or something like that but if you choose any 8 out of the 10 you are re-directed to the website where you can purchase the game. The only lanes you are provided with are classic (a boring straight line), and a roman one or something. Why would M$ package free demos in software and then charge $35.00 for it?

Also I think there was some other things that required purchases I can't remember what though as I un-installed this piece of crap a long time ago. The main reason I even d/led Plus! (to try it out of course) was to get the new color themes I heard about (redmond ruby or something), I was dissapointed when they were nowhere to be found.

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PabUK

That really sucks, I am staying even further away from it now!

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Joswin

Do you have to have a 'hacked' version of Plus! for XP then? I cant think why? Devilsown Plus!?? hmmmm

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aco

Does Plus! allow a transperant taskbar?

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nXP_151

I use WinXP Plus...yeah nothing difference just a bunch of more useless features.

If you want the themes and screensavers from Windows XP I happily will give it to you...don't buy the XP Plus it's waste of money, I don't buy it either, I got it the cheeky way.

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nXP_151
Originally posted by aco

Does Plus! allow a transperant taskbar?

No...you can use WinCustomizer for XP though to do that.

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configure

How big the ISO(XP Plus) is?

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nXP_151

It's 301 MB.

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