And to save space you can get rid of unnecessary folders docks, support and etc. In general, do not regret the time and well dug in the settings. The following menu ‘Automation’ edited response file. Shared in the same exposed once and for all, not allowed to continue to make serial key, computer name and credentials record. You can also configure automatic updates, and even monitor option.
The main use for this function is under ‘automatic’. Wrong choice, and during the OS installation will have to perform action, as in the usual installation: ‘Provide defaults’ shows the changed settings as the default settings. At the time of installation you can easily change them; ‘Fully automated’ installs without the possibility of intervention user. If any parameter is incorrect or the driver, the installer skips it, continuing the process of installing himself (gestures to install the operating system become a pressing ‘Enter’); ‘Hide pages’ – specifies that the answer in the column menu – default values. In contrast to ‘provide defaults’, the installation does not display the user interface during installation; ‘Read only’ – mode speaks for itself. The answers are determined and are shown only for reading (unless, of course, These answers do exist). Installation is performed without user intervention, if all columns are filled; ‘GUI attended’ – defines controlled at all stages of installation. When necessary, the user must answer all the questions before completion of installation, and the last option ‘Prompt repair’.
The sixth mode includes the functions needed to repair and restore damaged operating systems. There are very few. Click ‘Settings’ are among the most useful system of options before the installation, for example, changing paths and patches. Penultimate window ‘option’ set up the service Windows XP. You can tweak to advance, which is useful for periodic reinstallation of the operating system. It remains to wait for nLite will generate an assembly, and burn it to ISO-image. The resulting file is replaced, as in the recovery CD from ASUS, and use for other purposes. But the trouble with ‘baby’ Eee not drive! If the hand is not was an external DVD-ROM, I suggest using one of many tools for creating bootable USB-devices, namely – UNetbootin. The principle is simple to outrageous. In Windows Explorer, select the program you just created the image and USB flash drive, which will be loaded. The rest of manipulation will not cause you difficulty, and after a while Windows XP successfully installed on a netbook. The size of its own operating system was only 648 MB (image size of 290 MB), which significantly less than before. But after installing all the necessary software will be enough space for quiet use ASUS Eee 701.