Re: Panther Folder
"petersde" <email@example.com> wrote
> Rock, Paul...
> Thanks for your responses. From what I can tell, the folder was, at least
> part, used during my Vista installation (I upgraded from XP). The folder
> currently is taking about a half Gig of space which I'd like to recover. I
> just don't want to nuke it if it will cause me to have to reinstall the
> "Paul Randall" wrote:
>> Hi, Rock
>> On my cheapo desktop Compaq with Vista Basic preinstalled, the
>> c:\windows\panther folder contains about a half a megabytes of stuff (I
>> didn't check for hidden/system stuff), including a small file called
>> unattend.xml which has some interesting though not necessarily useful
>> While not a part of Vista, it is probably a part of this Vista
>> I have no idea if its removal would affect Vista.
>> -Paul Randall
>> "Rock" <Rock@nospam.net> wrote in message
>> > "petersde" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> >> Once Vista has been successfully installed, can the Panther folder be
>> >> deleted?
>> > That folder is not part of Vista. Check with the software author's
>> > tech
>> > support.
Peter, sorry I misspoke, it _is_ part of Vista. I have two, one under
\Windows and one under \Windows\system32\sysprep. They are only 1.38MB and
16KB respectively. I don't know what the consequences would be from
Rock [MS-MVP User/Shell]