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I have new problem with an nlite installation of windows xp

it hangs at 13 minutes saying "registering components" what exactly is is trying to do at this point? if it is trying to make registry changes I can do that during the installation procedure if needed.

second question give the amount of trouble I am having does nlite have problems running under windows xp-x64?

last question what does this mean under the last session.ini

[Components]
;# Compatibility #
Compat01
Compat02
Compat03
Compat04
Compat06
Compat07
Compat08
Compat09
Compat11
Compat13
Compat14
Compat15
Compat16

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I can't answer your other questions but compatibility is this...

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thank you, I got it to work with this configuration from windows xp instead of windows xp-x64 I will trouble shoot more to figure out if I found anything.

still complains about not being able to install the batteries http://www.msfn.org/...ol-caller-bsod/ but that's ok I can fix that, and it boots now ^_^. which is a plus.
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What exactly is written on your original disk (physical media) ?

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the original media is an windows XP with service pack 2 disk from Microsoft. I copied it to the hard drive to work on. I have confirmed that the copy before running nlite does not have the issue with the batteries being unable to install. since switching to windows xp and using a bootable usb stick instead of a cd I have not been able to reproduce the Bad_pool_caller issue I was having before (where I had at least 5 or 6 disks that all had the same issue (I did always recopy from my source disk after every failed attempt to ensure that there wasn't something wrong with my copy.)

I have included both my non working ini and the latest one that works if you want to compare them.

Next question is it possible to have nlite configure the installer to copy files from the disk to the system32 folder (I so that I don't have to manually copy Batt.dll) ?

also is it possible to have it merge a .reg file (perhaps set it up as an .inf file and include it as a driver)?

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Edited by KapnJackSparrow, 04 August 2012 - 09:25 PM.

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