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Abigyankeefan

Win XP Pro SP3

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I recently downloaded a copy of WIN XP Pro SP 3 from my college software site. Would I be able to create an unattended copy of this OS using nLite to run in Virtul PC or not. The only install disk I have is for a Dell. Any help with this matter would be helpful. Thanks

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I tried a couple days ago but it didn't work. I followed the steps as they needed to be and still didn't work

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curently downloading all updates. Should these go into the I386 folder or the hotfixes

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In the Updates and Hotfixes Section

Edit: In which way did it not work?

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wouldn't allow me to create the an image. Seeing as I'm not using a CD should I create new share or just set up from a cd

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Did it throw up an error when it got to create image? Can you give a step by step of what you did to create image?

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It's processing right now. When I go through the setup manager should I set up from CD or no

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I thought you were using nLite. Why are you using setup manager? nLite has an unattended function.

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I am but the instructions on MSFN page said to use setup manager

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I went to open the ISO file in VMWare and gave me an error. Now what

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Every time I go to install it on VMWare said invalid product key. The key I got from the institution is what I'm using for this. What do I do now

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Every time I go to install it on VMWare said invalid product key. The key I got from the institution is what I'm using for this. What do I do now

Abigyankeefan, as requested in the BOLD RED letters above, please attach your Last Session.ini. Enjoy, John.

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I got it fixed. I want to thank you all for your assistance with this issue, it's greatly appreciated

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I had to go ahead without installing any other updates or hotfixes

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Please post the solution to your problem unless

I had to go ahead without installing any other updates or hotfixes
this is your solution :whistle:
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