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Can I use nlite two times?

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nickrudd1999

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I used nlite a few years ago to intergrate my windows xp professional key into a cd (with XP pro on it) the cd worked great until I got a new Hard Drive because my old one was too small and too slow to keep up, now I need to intergrate my SATA drivers onto a new cd, Can I use my old CD with my product key on it and the intergrate my SATA drivers on a new cd with messing up my key?


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You can safely add SATA drivers. The only problem would be if you had already other version of the same drivers (=same filenames) already integrated. Just don't select any other option in nLite except for driver integration and/or ISO creation.

Edited by tomasz86, 09 July 2012 - 10:40 AM.

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I used nlite a few years ago to intergrate my windows xp professional key into a cd

If you ONLY did that (introduce or modify Unattended parameters), then yes.
You meant "without messing up my key" ?

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Your key is in the file winnt.sif inside the i386 folder. Open it with notepad.

Grab your old disk (the original) and a sp3.exe and make a whole new disk.




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