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  1. @Kel: I'm having the same issue here, useing the Corp_WinXP theme edit: After saving the config, the buttons returned to normal!?
  2. Also tested this on an SP2 machine, same story, same error.
  3. I have the following in my config.js file: prog[pn]=['Microsoft Windows XP Servicepack 2 English']; desc[pn]=['Microsoft Windows XP Servicepack 2 English']; uid[pn]=['WXPSP2ENU']; dflt[pn]=['no']; cat[pn]=['Service Packs']; forc[pn]=['no']; configs[pn]=['Client']; cond[pn]=['getOSver()=="XP" && getSPver()<2 && getOSlang().substr(0,2)=="EN" && FileExists("S:\\Microsoft\\Servicepacks\\WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe")']; cmd1[pn]=['S:\\Microsoft\\Servicepacks\\WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe" /passive /O /Z /norestart']; picf[pn]=['InstallPackage.png']; picw[pn]=['128']; pich[pn]=['128']; textl[pn]=['Bottom']; pn++; which works OK. and below that: prog[pn]=['Microsoft Windows XP Servicepack 3 English']; desc[pn]=['Microsoft Windows XP Servicepack 3 English']; uid[pn]=['WXPSP3ENU']; dflt[pn]=['no']; cat[pn]=['Service Packs']; forc[pn]=['no']; configs[pn]=['Client']; cond[pn]=['getOSver()=="XP" && getSPver()<3 && getOSlang().substr(0,2)=="EN" && FileExists("S:\\Microsoft\\Servicepacks\\WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe")']; cmd1[pn]=['S:\\Microsoft\\Servicepacks\\WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe" /passive /O /Z /norestart']; picf[pn]=['InstallPackage.png']; picw[pn]=['128']; pich[pn]=['128']; textl[pn]=['Bottom']; pn++; for some reason the check for SP3 doesn't work, it returns an "Error in condition statement" [..] "Treating as a false condition" The system on which I tested this has SP3 allready installed. Does anyone have an idea about this?
  4. 1. Is there a way to check if the system is running an AMD or Intel CPU? this can be usefull for installing applications that are designed to work with either Intel or AMD only, also usefull for applying some registry tweaks. (using the PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER variable maybe?) 2. Can the above be done for: 2a. The number of processors? 2b. Brandname (e.g. HP or Dell)? 2c. Amount of RAM? 2d. Diskspace? The list can go on and on, in general it would be nice to have a way to check if the "system requirments" for installing an application are met. I'm just thinking out loud here thnx for all the hard work Kel !!
  5. I don't know about the rest of you but I'd prefer if someone made this topic the same way as the one for XP. No offense to anyone but this topic is a mess...
  7. Does anyone have that PEChecksum tool somewhere? I can't get it from the code project (I keep getting an error) TIA!
  8. One quick question; would you mind writing a short how-to on this? I'm kinda new to WinPE 2.0 and would like to know how to get the SRT function working
  9. Depending on the physical size of the disk you could also consider replacing it completely. What I would do is: 1. Create a backup in the form of a (ghost) image. 2. Do a roll-back on a new (larger) harddisk. 3. Boot the server and change the back-up location (no offense but any good administrator does NOT create back-ups on the system drive ). 4. Continue the daily work. Offcourse if the current disk is large enough you could do a resize, but I'm just giving options here...
  10. Back again with a small note to add: I just downloaded the new beta and it's causing the same issues... however: There are 2 patches that seem to integrate just fine (that is: nLite doesn't crash on those 2) IE7-KB929969-WindowsXP-x86-nld.exe IE7-WindowsXP-KB931768-x86-nld.exe Adding more patches does cause nLite to crash the moment they are added.
  11. I'm having exactly the same problem - if it's relevant, I'm using Vista Business Edition, with UAC switched off. I am an administrator on the workstations too. Sophos antivirus is installed, but on-access scanning is disabled. I can slipstream service packs without difficulties, but any hotfix crashes nLite with no useful error messages. Cheers, Steve The situation is the same here running Vista Ultimate, I'm administrator and have UAC switched off, but I'm using McaFee Anti-Virus, allready tried to disable on-access scanning with no result.
  12. I'm running Vista on my system and when trying to create an unattended XP installation with hotfixes, nLite just crashes on *every* hotfix I try to add. I allready checked if the files where corrupted but thats not the case, also re-downloaded and re-installed nLite but it doesn't work... Does any of you have an idea as to whats wrong here?
  13. thats already possible, check for "deps[pn]=" (without the "")
  14. Well the easiest way is probably an AutoIt script I quess..
  15. Nice one buit there's a catch: This may reduce size but it will slow you down bigtime... I'd only use this if I had a CD/DVD that was full and I needed the space...