georgik57

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  1. I've used XP x64 for around a year and had absolutely no problem with it.
  2. After integrating DriverPack Mass Storage 12.09 for Windows 2000/XP/2003 (x86), OS installation reports some .sys files as missing and fails. PrintScreen here: http://i43.tinypic.com/rljcyx.png Same happens for iastora.sys and vstxwdc.sys. If I deselect the related drivers for those files, I don't get the error anymore. Please forgive me if this has already been discussed and help me. Thanks in advance. EDIT: The OS which I integrate the drivers in is XP SP3 x86.
  3. I wanted to try your driver packs...I saw you have support for 64bit too...Won't that work? Why is the install failure risk so high? :/ So that means I may as well as abandon it?
  4. No problem ^^ Forgot to say in the previous post...that site only has support for XP x86...I need for x64 too. Also, I need the same kind of drivers pack for network too. What do you recommend?
  5. Yes! Regards Fernando Thank you very much! You guys in this forum are the best ^^
  6. Thanks for your useful threads and help ^^

  7. That's exactly what I want. Will those cover the Intel drivers too? Thanks
  8. Hey, thanks so much for the tutorial! I have a question: which one of them should i download for a common XP CD that should cover all the drivers? I mean the same method as in the Intel thread:
  9. Tested by me in VirtualBox some minutes ago with the same result. Could that NonDriver... be causing bugs for this too? PS: I also told you that the file you were asking about, SysSBck.in_, doesn't exist anywhere on the Windows CD, even after SP2 update, so most likely, that is the problem? Okay. Thank you again.
  10. Thanks so much for your help! Really appreciate it.

  11. Done. What about the post-install screen? Why isn't it still working? The config is correct, right? Btw, you made the internet explorer 8 add-on for x64? Thanks so much for it! Any new updates or 01/2012 is the latest?
  12. No, that's a spammer. @On-topic: The following is the system information file that you were saying about, 5eraph. Even though the digital signatures are set to ignore, it keeps bugging me about that too... ; Generated by nLite 1.4.9.1 [Data] Autopartition=0 MsDosInitiated=0 UnattendedInstall="No" [Unattended] UnattendMode=GuiAttended UnattendSwitch="No" OemPreinstall="No" OemSkipEula="Yes" FileSystem=* WaitForReboot="No" NoWaitAfterTextMode=1 NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1 DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore [SystemRestore] [GuiUnattended] OemSkipWelcome=0 [Components] [UserData] ProductKey="-removed-" [RegionalSettings] LanguageGroup=1,13,17,3,2,5,16,4,12,15,7,8,10,11,9,6,14 Language= "0409" [Networking] InstallDefaultComponents="Yes" EDIT: No, it doesn't exist anywhere in the cd folder...
  13. [Main] Env = 1.4.9.1 - 2.0.50727.4927.Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7600.0 Target = Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP1 - 5.2.3790.1830 - English (United States) [Tasks] Service Pack Integration [Components] ;# Compatibilitate # [KeepFiles] msconfig.exe [RemoveFiles] clock.avi yahoo.bmp swtchbrd.bmp [Options] ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings" TargetPath = "WINDOWS" temp_dir = %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp [Patches] [Services2] [Tweaks] [Unattended] ComputerType = Automat MaximumDataStorePercentOfDisk = 12 RestorePointLife = 30 DesktopTheme = Default|| AutoUDay = 5 AutoUHour = 15 ProgFilesPath = "\Program Files" [NetAdapter1] connname = "" macaddress = "" ipaddress = "192.168.0.1" subnetmask = "255.255.255.0" defaultgateway = "" dnsserver1 = "" dnsserver2 = "" winsserver = "" netbiossetting = "0" ipxnetworknumber = "00000000" ipxnetworkframetype = "0xFF" [GuiRunOnce] [Drivers] [Hotfixes]
  14. It's really the same as 2003 SP2, not XP. It does have Windows Welcome (AKA: Mini-Setup, OOBE, Out of Box Experience), but it's most likely disabled by a setting in WinNT.sif. Find the file in AMD64 and delete the line: UnattendSwitch="Yes" It could also be: UnattendSwitch=1 Or it could also have been removed by nLite. Well, i do use nLite to integrate the service pack 2, but i don't do anything else with it and the file isn't there...(click for print screen) I used nLite before to integrate SP3 into a XP x86 and that screen was there, and i used the same settings as on this one...how can i make it work? Thank you for replying.
  15. Hello all, i was just wondering why XP x64's SP2 (which is the same as SP3 from XP x86 as far as i understood) doesn't have the post-installation (http://homepages.wmich.edu/~s5lu/images/xp-setup-16-welcome-to-micr.jpg) which asks you if you want to toggle the auto updates, connection details and user names... Also, is there any way to add it? Thanks in advance.