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Minimal DC22 OEM?

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thekevster    1

does anyone have a nice, clean, working minimal DC22 OEM? I've tried trimming mine down, but i can only do so much with it as i have no way to test it until i can get my usb cable back or get a new one. I would like to try to start producing some DC22 ROMS, but i can't until i have a good minimal DC22 OEM.

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Chimp    0
does anyone have a nice, clean, working minimal DC22 OEM? I've tried trimming mine down, but i can only do so much with it as i have no way to test it until i can get my usb cable back or get a new one. I would like to try to start producing some DC22 ROMS, but i can't until i have a good minimal DC22 OEM.

I agree, I tried to do this but something is amiss, as I have weird links in my control panel settings, it's prompting me every time I try to install a program (which previously I had changed the config files to get rid of), etc etc.

/Chimp

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I agree, I tried to do this but something is amiss, as I have weird links in my control panel settings, it's prompting me every time I try to install a program (which previously I had changed the config files to get rid of), etc etc.

/Chimp

After editing the MXIP_OEMDRIVERS_100.PROVXML, I changed the file properties back to Hidden.

Don't know if that helps..

Edited by cac2us

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Fa310tx    0

http://omniarom.com/forum/index.php?topic=1717.0

I've played with this for Vistang's Visual Kitchen. One thing that I noticed is that it has a strange white/blue striped background on some applications. YMMV

Personally, I just keep going back to cutting my own. I have a different startup animation and stuff. I normally just wack all .wav/.mp3/.wma and that frees up a lot of space.

JJ

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