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nichos

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Re download sp3 from the link we gave you. it IS 32 bit and a 64 bit sp3 was NEVER made.

Your disks however are the problem.

The xp home one is an OEM that has extra sh*t added to it and will fail in nlite every time.

The xp pro one is not legit and probably was made by an earlier version of nLite. (I will not even ask where you got it from)

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nichos    0

How do I delete it?

Bought it in PC Fair hre in UK, & I registered it successfull before with MS.

Found in my Diary the Home CD :- 020513_2211

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myselfidem    5

For the last 10-15 years tried 5-6 times to make an nlite cd of my XPhome PC without success.

Today was the same using RW DVD, could this be the reason?

Always followed info from the net, even a video.

has any body succeded?

You can use your ORIGINAL CD Windows XP to use nLite!

If you don't have the original CD you can create a new CD with nLite only if you have inside your computer the folder I386!

There is two differents method!

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OK try this:

get a fresh copy of your home disks contents:

Run nLite 1.4.9.1 on it and ONLY integrate sp3

Then as a test install the resulting SP3 iso in a virtual machine or on a test system.

If all goes well then we may be able to proceed.

Hey?

Is there an $oem$ folder on that cd anywhere?

If not then your probably ok and have just a generic xp home oem cd.

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myselfidem    5

Thanx,

have to nip into hospital for half an hour before I tried new info.

I don't understand anything! :ph34r:

Please, try to not mix everything!

Have you the original CD Windows XP Home Edition?

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nichos    0

Sorry myselfidem, was just trying to tell you that I would be answering later. Now am back on the PC.

That "WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe" is not an ISO file, that is why was refused by nLite before. VM needs ISO too.

My XP original is 020513_2211 (D) & put its contents in a directory.

I was using 1.4.9 but now downloaded nLite 1.4.9.1.

There is no $oem$ home or pro CD.

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myselfidem    5

It 's not an ISO file but an EXE file! That is what you need!!!

Create a folder: example: C:\SP3 and set the downloaded "WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe" file inside; and use nLite 1.4.9.1 to integrate the SP3 inside your source location!

XP original is 020513_2211 (D) ?????????????? :ph34r:

How to buy an original Windows XP Pro?:

Example:

http://www.nextag.co...o/products-html

*Edit: If you need I can sell you a full complete Windows XP SP3 EN with 4 disk for languages completely new (OEM)!

bought here:

http://www.2ndsoft.d...ofessional.html

*Edit2:

http://wiki.lunarsof...iki/Product_IDs

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nichos    0

Does this "...set the downloaded "WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe" file inside...." mean copy it in, which I did but how to get nLite to integrate the SP3 inside the source location, where /what is that?

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myselfidem    5

Does this "...set the downloaded "WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe" file inside...." mean copy it in, which I did but how to get nLite to integrate the SP3 inside the source location, where /what is that?

1) Folder location is where your CD Windows XP is copied (Example: C:\Win_XP) - All files -

2) Create a folder C:\SP3 and copy inside the SP3 file

3) Launch nLite to do the integration process

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nichos    0

I tried to integrade it in the XP' source location but it says, like it said before a couple of times:-

"....The specified executable is not a valid Win32 application...."

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myselfidem    5

Try to right-click on the SP3 file to unlock and rename as SP3.exe!

Launch nLite and try again!

You use the original CD or a copy of the folder I386?

Edited by myselfidem

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