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Multiboot 9 / dosnet.inf


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surfertje

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I have a winxp pro sp2 installation stripped with Nlite make the iso, unpacked the iso to: c:\temp\winxp\
Underneath the folders are: I386 and drivers.

When i start multiboot and choose the folder where the windows installation is i select the above winxp\I386 folder, the message appears:
error: DOSNET.INF not found in I386 folder.

When i search in the I386 folder however he finds the file dosnet.inf.


The options in Nlite i let alone so dis not remove: " manual install and upgrade" .


What am i doiing wrong?


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wimb

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The program asks:
Select your XP Setup Source Folder containing I386 Folder

So you should select your winxp Folder ;)
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The program asks:
Select your XP Setup Source Folder containing I386 Folder

So you should select your winxp Folder ;)



Thats what i am doiing? I selekt the I386 in c:\temp\winxp (this is the location where i extract the iso file made with nlite).

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Do re-read slowly:

Select your XP Setup Source Folder containing I386 Folder


Try selecting:

c:\temp\winxp



INSTEAD of:

c:\temp\winxp\I386



What happens? ;)

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It is working now, i don't know why?

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It is working now, i don't know why?


Maybe because you chose the right path? :unsure: :whistle:

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