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Please help me adding themes to Windows XP

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chakarbugti

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please help how add themes in custom windows how add themes in window xp cd

Edited by CoffeeFiend, 11 August 2012 - 06:19 AM.
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MrJinje

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Last thing I used to do that was nLite, you can find it in it's own sub-forum here on MSFN.

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i try nlite but i faild any other software

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Maybe check these guys out.

http://winfuture.de/XPIsoBuilder_en
Here's what xp-Iso-Builder has to offer:

    * Integrate user-defined desktop theme


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any software which edit all files of windows xp cd please send me

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Don't double post.
Don't use meaningless titles like "any expert please help me".
"I tried nLite but failed any other software" is not really an incentive to help you as you seem to have given up for any unknown reason that you don't even try to explain.
+Editing "all files" of Windows XP is very vague.




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