Posted 02 May 2012 - 09:44 PM
Need to know what files from the Windows CD I need!
I have tried to point to the root of the folder with all the files, but not working!
I’m a newbie, thanks!
Posted 03 May 2012 - 09:50 PM
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 01:44 PM
There is some graphical buttons in WinBuilder that are not accessible with screen readers, I was able to find a user of screen readers on the form that had created a work around for now!
However the work around is for an older version of Win Builder, will try later today!
FYI, for any one that is
Wanting to get grants there is places to get free money to improve access for the disabled!
I know a coworker that gets’ free money for his Beep ball teamed!
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Posted 24 May 2012 - 02:52 PM
I think the problem is I do not understand how to integrate drivers in the PE for the physical pc?
Posted 24 May 2012 - 02:58 PM
Unfortunatelly I cannot give you a "HowTo" here. That even depends on the project you are working with.
You have to know which hardware is in your PC, search the forum for an according driver script, and add it to the build.
When you do not find a suited one, inform yourself about DriverPacks and their implementation by WinBuilder scripts.
Posted 24 May 2012 - 04:17 PM
On the subject of drivers:
NaughtyPE comes with a full set of drivers for all virtual machines, as well as a set of drivers for the most common sound cards.
Since there is no such thing as common network cards. No network drivers, besides the ones for the VM, are included!!!
Because of the above, there's a simple way build into NaughtyPE to add own drivers for network, sound, ...
Put all drivers you wish to include into NaughtyPE into some folder. (Please note that the driver can not be an archive! i.e. you should have a bunch of files ending of inf,sys,dll and so on)
In WB go to NaughtyPE\Apps\Network\PENetwork. (Yes, sounds like it is for network only, but works for all drivers!)
Scroll down to "Add drivers from this directory (including subdirs):".
Browse to the "some" folder.
The drivers for your PC, can usually be found, on the Driver CD(s) that came with the computer.
If you have ever downloaded updated ones, it's better to use those.
If you want to use NaughtyPE on more than 1 PC, which do not have identical hardware, you will need to add the driver for each of those PCs.
For a general purpose NaughtyPE, which works on any PC, you will need to use the driverpacks from driverpacks.net, like PSC pointed out.
But those are a bit more tricky to integrate, because different versions of nVidia drivers tend to overwrite eachother.
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