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  1. Dino Nuhagic (nick name: Nuhi) has spent a lot of time to develop the tools nLite and vLite.I repeat: Only the private use of the tools is allowed. Any business use is against the law. I understand perfectly. My apologies if this question was misunderstood. As you said, this tool is for private use only. I will try DriverPacks. Thanks for your support.
  2. nLite is freeware, but it is not allowed to use it for business.Look here. Oh...! I see... dino[dot]nuhagic/@/gmail does not give any kind of support about it. Even will not replay about this topic. So sad... Thanks again.
  3. Thank you so much for your fast and professional support. BTW... What do you mean "used for private purposes"? Microsoft, nLite, Client-Technical support, etc., related legal problems? I would like to know more about this topic. Thanks!
  4. Another question... What do you think about Mass Storage drivers @ http://driverpacks.net/ ? Thanks again!
  5. Thank you Fer for your quick answer. As I thought, it is not possible to build a install CD with full sata driver support. But, is there any way to build a standar (most common chipsets) CD? It is correct to separate Laptops from Desktops chipsets? I mean, I install a lot of wXP OS and everytime I get troubles I have to (re)build a new installer. Thanks a lot for your time! ################# SORRY for my Double Pack...
  6. Thank you Fer for your quick answer. As I thought, it is not possible to build a install CD with full sata driver support. But, is there any way to build a standar (most common chipsets) CD? It is correct to separate Laptops from Desktops chipsets? I mean, I install a lot of wXP OS and everytime I get troubles I have to (re)build a new installer. Thanks a lot for your time!
  7. Can I integrate all packs from Intel in my Install CD or should I pick the correct one for each installation? Thanks in advance!