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  1. ok I I've tried numerous things and finally resorted to using the exact list of fixes in this thread with the same results... I run xpcreate from the command line from the directory it's installed in and get the following errors almost immediately... anyone have any suggestions? C:\Temp\XPCREATE>xpcreate -- 17:49:25 --> Looking for CD Source. -- 17:49:25 --> Found local Boot Image: BOOT\XPCTBOOT.BIN -- 17:49:25 --> Setting up Run-Time Variables. -- 17:49:25 --> Listing Hotfixes and Updates. -- 17:49:26 --> Removing Previous Creation Directories. -- 17:49:26 --> Removing TEMP Files. -- 17:49:26 --> Creating TEMP directories. -- 17:49:26 --> Determine Source Version. -- 17:49:26 --> Found Source Version: XPP -- 17:49:26 --> Found Minor Version: 1 -- 17:49:26 --> Found Service Pack Version: 2 -- 17:49:26 --> Found Language Version: ENU -- 17:49:26 --> Found Localization Version: English -- 17:49:26 --> Hotfix Directory used: SP2QFE -- 17:49:26 --> Start copying files. File Not Found File Not Found -- 17:49:28 --> Copying Hotfixes: Type 1 -- 17:49:28 --> Extracting for sort order. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_0006._p - The process cannot access the file because it is bein g used by another process. The directory is not empty. TEMP\CATEXT\sp1qfe\ntkrnlpa.exe - The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\sp1qfe\ntkrnlpa.exe - The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\sp2qfe - The system cannot find the file specified. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_.dll - Access is denied. The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\sp1qfe - The directory is not empty. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_0009._p - The process cannot access the file because it is bein g used by another process. The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\empty.cat - The process cannot access the file because it is being u sed by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\sp2qfe\msoe.dll - The process cannot access the file because it is b eing used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\sp2qfe\ntkrnlpa.exe - The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_.dll - Access is denied. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_0005._p - The process cannot access the file because it is bein g used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_0006._p - The process cannot access the file because it is bein g used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_0008._p - The process cannot access the file because it is bein g used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\_sfx_0010._p - The process cannot access the file because it is bein g used by another process. TEMP\CATEXT\msi.dll - The process cannot access the file because it is being use Thanks in advance... I'll post the log shortly. ************************************* 20 minutes later ************************************* Nevermind... figured it out with the STARTSWITCH=/WAIT /MIN
  2. ok... I am having a problem doing the OEMpnpDriversPath, I've used it before with my ATI cards and it worked fine. I just upgraded to the 6800GT and am trying to use the 61.77 ForceWare drivers. The install completes but just after the GUI install mode (before the first actual logon), the screen goes dark (following the Starting Windows XP logo) some horizontal lines appear across the screen and then it reboots. If I go to safe mode and "uninstall" the video card it boots fine, at which point I can install the driver manually and all is fine. As a work-around I am now installing the driver with the RunOnceEx.cmd, but since it's not a WHQL driver it prompts me to continue... this isn't exactly an unattended install at this point. Can anone provide some assistance... My system specs: Asus P4C800-E Deluxe Creative Labs Audigy 2 ZX PNY 6800GT Promise RAID (onboard mobo) all the drivers for the above, (sound, chipset, RAID) with the exception of the video card, are all loaded in the OEMpnpDriversPath. Could it be possible that the chipset drivers are interfering with the video??? Thanks in advance. SS