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Error! D-The Specified path, file name or both are too long.

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Hey Guys, i get this error whenever i run this program.

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The error occurs from my Vista 64 computer or my Windows XP home computer. It happens right at the very end.

Any ideas what i have done wrong?

I tried shortening the folder/file names so just a few characters but the same thing still happens.

Help!! :)

(oh and ive tried to find a mention to this error elsewhere but couldnt see it - my apologies if there is already a topic on it!)

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Please attach your LastSession.ini file to here m8 then the guys can take a proper look at whats going on.

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This is the one from the attempt dont on the XP computer...

Last_Session.ini

[Main]

Env = 1.4.9.1 - 2.0.50727.1433.Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3

Target = Windows XP Home Edition SP3 - 5.1.2600.5512 - English (United States)

[Tasks]

Service Pack Integration

Unattended Setup

Integrate Drivers

Create a Bootable ISO

[Components]

;# Compatibility #

[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 = Automatic

AutoLogon = Sean

CustomLocales

MaximumDataStorePercentOfDisk = 12

RestorePointLife = 30

DesktopTheme = Default||

AutoUpdates = 1

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"

[NetAdapter2]

connname = ""

macaddress = ""

ipaddress = "192.168.0.2"

subnetmask = "255.255.255.0"

defaultgateway = ""

dnsserver1 = ""

dnsserver2 = ""

winsserver = ""

netbiossetting = "0"

ipxnetworknumber = "00000000"

ipxnetworkframetype = "0xFF"

[GuiRunOnce]

[Drivers]

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ESB2

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaStor_ESB2

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ICH6M

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ICH6R

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaStor_ICH6R

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ICH7M

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaStor_ICH7MDH

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ICH7R

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaStor_ICH7DH

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaStor_ICH8M

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ICH8M

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaAHCI_ICH8R

E:\Windows XP Data Files\iaahci.inf,iaStor_ICH8R

[Hotfixes]

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skytalk, please try it without any drivers added. It looks like to me you have set all the drivers as text mode drivers. Are there really that many? I suspect, at this time, that this is a false error. Make sure to always start with a fresh copy of your CD files/folders, do all you work in one nLite session and integrate only one SP. Also, in the future, please only attach your Last Session.ini. Let us know if it works with no drivers integrated. Enjoy, John.

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the drivers im trying to attach are for the SATA hard drive. kind of the whole point in doing this thing!! i stopped using the service pack and everything but the drivers in the end, but the error still happened.

each time i have done this i started with a fresh copy of the cd files & folders.

should the drivers be set to text mode or the other mode? I tried both anyway and it didnt work either. :(

once this error comes up i can continue, but nLite crashes. So no ISO file is made. I also tried burning it directly but the same thing happens.

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skytalk, please run the experiment I requested. I understand results may not be useful, but we will learn something. Also please post a screen shot of Windows Explorer view of the folder iaahci.inf. There are probably both text mode and regular drivers for SATA. Thanks, John.

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Hello,

I have the same problem with integrating SATA with nlite. Nevetheless, I can make the iso and burn it in the disk, but it's not working properly (probably something data missing after nLiting ).

Gabriel

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it's not working properly

That is quite a poor description of your problem.

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it's not working properly

That is quite a poor description of your problem.

Hello,

Yes :-), but fixed.

The problem was that even if I choose single driver option, nLite uses multiple drivers option and integrate all the drivers that it founds. And this is happening only for one controller. So, after moving the drivers in the root of a partition, the problem dissapeared. I think that is is a bug, but I am happy to avoid it so easy.

Thank you,

Best regards, Gabriel

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