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Old 04-09-2008, 07:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I decided to put Vista basic on my EEE PC, and I had to trim it with Vlite so it can fit and so it can run faster. However I think I might of removed something that won't let me install the webcam driver. I try installing it and I get this:



On the eeeuser forums one suggested that I am missing the Windows Image Acquisition service so I went over and googled it and it gave me the KB 930819 standalone installer and I installed that as well, but problem is still the same. I might be missing something else but I can't tell. All other drivers installed just fine and everything works except the webcam. Here is what I had left after the Vlite:



Any help or suggestion would be appreciate it.
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Old 04-09-2008, 08:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Vista help after Vlite

Well this is a issue that can not be fixed by jsut a simole solution. The needed parts were removed and there is no way for Vista to just install them. So lookes like you might be out of luck.
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Well, I can just make a new Vlite installation disk, but what exactly am I missing? If it's a service I can just check that to be left in the install.
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That is the thing. No one knows exactly what it is. It could be a service could be a driver could be anything. We dont knwo for sure. We can not help you here on this really. You are trying to hack the software which is against our rules.

I am sure they can guide you over at the VLite forums.
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it's not hacking, it's basically removing services before installing them, but thanks anyways.
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It is hacked. Removing features and other things that are on the original media is hacking the software as there is no way provided by Microsoft to do such things. Only a 3rd party application will allow you to do it which is not sanctioned by Microsoft and even Microsoft said not to do it:

Microsoft doesn't recommend creating Vista "Lite" with vLite - KezNews.com
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