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  1. My God, why is it so hard to just answer my question!? You are wrong about what DSXP is, all of you. All I know is on the windows logon screen (the one after you press ctr-alt-delete twice), where it would normally say Windows XP Professional in the title bar, it instead says Windows DSXP Version 6. Once again though that is not important. I WANT SOME SORT OF SCRIPT TO RUN ON STARTUP THAT WILL ENABLE ALL YM VISUAL EFFECTS! Visual effects as in Controll Panel -> System -> Advanced -> Performance -> Visual Effects. No, it is not a virus! It comes like this freshly installed! Why can no one just give me this script?! If its impossible to change visual effect settings without going to the controll panel then just say so please.
  2. If all I had to do was google it then I wouldn't be here would I? If you go through some of my old posts, you will see that no one no where knows what DSXP is, and that applies to google as well. But I don't need to know what it is, I need to know a way to automatically apply visual effects on startup.
  3. Hi, I've already come to the conclusion that no one will be able to tell me what DSXP is, all I know is that every time i change my visual effects, they go back to classic every reboot. So what I need is a way to automatically turn on all visual effects on boot up. Any ideas?
  4. No, that was one of my first guesses, but it was already running and set to auto.
  5. After googling deskswitch xp, it appears that it was never released. It was supposed to be a multiple desktop tool, but doesn't seem to be related to what I have on my laptop. But what I'm really more interested in at this point is some kind of startup script that could turn on all the effects, as they do come on normally, they just don't stay after a reboot.
  6. Hi, I have previously posted about my laptop from work, to which I have full administrator rights to. The problem is that no matter how I configure the visual settings, they always revert back to the basic windows 98 looking setup on my next boot. i have no startup scripts running and have attempted every registry key toggle I could find that has to do with this. I'm fairly convinced that this has to due with a special verson of XP the system is running, called DSXP Release 6. The only place this is displayed is on the log on screen. Since it is already apparent that no one knows anything about this custom release of XP, I must take another route to solving this, as visual effects are of vital importance to my eyes, who hate windows 98 with a deep rooted passion after growing up with it. My idea is maybe throw in my own startup script that will set the settings nice looking every boot. Is this possible? If so anyone have a script for me?
  7. The IT guys at work are as clueless about this as I am. I am pretty sure this is something requested at a very high level of the company and configured this way from IBM. Possibly as far up as having mocrosoft program this into their version of XP. But there must be some way to get around it, Maybe a script to set the settings how I like them every time the computer boots?
  8. Thank you all very much for clearing this up.
  9. No there is definately a code. If you open up any config file for almost any program in wordpad you'll find it full of this junk. I actually got the segment above this way.
  10. http://www.overclockersclub.com/guides/win..._services_2.php This should help a bit if you want to go ahead and kill some of them.
  11. Ummm windows 98 could be called alot of things, but none of them rhyme with staable. I had 98 when I was 12, killed my confidence. Thought there must have been soemthing wrong with me, but later on found out it was the stupid os.
  12. When I was in elementary school our printer used to sometimes print gibberish looking computer code. I was just wondering if it is actually possible for a person to understand this gibberish. It looks like this. "݇ñÚ52ÌÐÚ<ÙšsŸÇ¸%pj‹f¶ž“.M²7r¨Qô&{9Ø2$û5£" . If it is possible to read this stuff where can I learn how.
  13. Hi, i have a windows xp computer from my work, it is a special version of windows xp UPS dspx version six. I have already posted and no one seems to know what this means. But aside from that, I feel the problem I am having with the theme should be workaroundable. The problem is that during startup, after the login prompt, windows reverts back to the basic classic style regardless of how I previously set it. The theme doesn't revert untill after the login screen. I have made assure that there are no startp or shutdown scripts and no programs at startup. I have full Administrator rights. The only other Idea i have is to try to delete the classic theme which, when viewed under the display properties, is listed as classic (modified). Any ideas?
  14. Umm how about screw both of you. Yes I am 16. No I wasn't hired specifically to build this computer, but me being the most tech savvy guy at my company was selected for the task. I'm sure I could look around and throw together the fastest parts I can find but I'm looking to go over the top, so either help me out or eat my a$$.
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