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bobob

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  1. I have a original XP cd-rom (which I don't use more on my Vista desktop). I don't understand why this would be illegal (you can alter a product you have legally bought). I thought that is why programs like nLite are out there. (BTW "the other person" is actually another person)
  2. I downloaded a slimmed down version of XP (XP Performance Edition). When I browse to this folder, I get the error that WINNT32.EXE is not found and that certain options should not be used when slimming XP down with nLite. I do not know if the person who made this slimmed down version did just that, but is it somehow possible to get things working? I have a bootable iso image and a usb stick. Somehow this should be able to work, right?
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