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ThYr0N

Problems creating ISO and making it work.

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ThYr0N    0

Hello, Is the first time that I try to use nLITE I have, here in my work, a HP xw4600 workstation with Linux distribution installed, but we have to run 3 o 4 commercial programs in it so have to install XP - 64 bits.

Problem, in installation win xp 64bits doesn't find the hard drivers so I try to make a bootable win XP 64 bits with nLITE.

No problem I integrate the drivers without surprise but when I make de ISO file and I burn it to a DVD or try to load it with Daemon Tools I found that when I try to open the DVD error comes out with "application win32 not valid" I translated it from Spanish so maybe is not 100% acurated the error ^^

What im doing wrong? there is a nLITE 64 bits version? :S

Thanks!

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jaclaz    927

Unfortunately the License for nlite doesn't allow it's use for Commercial/Business purpose.

You should look for something else.

Since you do not need nlite "reducing" features, all you need is to add the appropriate drivers for the Mass Storage devices, you can use a plainer method.

Which motherboard is it?

Which drivers do you need to add to the build?

jaclaz

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Sp0iLedBrAt    0

Extract the drivers with 7-Zip, WinRAR, Universal Extractor or whatever you have. After that, go to this SECTION and look at the sticky posts. There are quite a few ways of adding SATA/RAID/AHCI drivers to an install CD.

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