But I now discover that nLITE is installed and conceal in the PC.
What does mean this?
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Edited by submix8c, 17 September 2012 - 10:00 AM.
I will correct that - Your SOURCE is BETA (Specifically RC2)! All SYSOC.INF of XP-32-bit from RTM and up start at "5.1.2600.0" (RTM). Yours SPECIFICALLY STATES "5.1.2535.0". All Released Service Packs since RTM (AFAIK) also conform to the actual CD's. I would call that "suspect"... Shall I illegally download it to prove it (yes, I found it)? I might ALSO suggest that Beta keys will not (AFAIK) work with RTM and up, so have at it, my friend.
I know what your issues are (just from reading your sysoc)
has a beta SP applied to it.
nLite "SYSOC.INF"even suggests removing it (as jaclaz too suggested), although "tweaks" will "break" it since it's already been applied.
Still, looks like "hacks" would be required...
Prior to 2542 testers were able to use their product key for multiple installations, which of course makes sense for beta testers but isn't what Microsoft has planned for the finished product.
Edited by submix8c, 24 September 2012 - 12:01 PM.
Why don't you simply remove it?
Some useful suggestion?
DUDE seriously you are using a illegal disk!
That is against the rules here.
STOP!! (A friendly-ish warning before a mod bans you).
Nope, dude... it's the "LAST SESSION.INI" that tells what ELSE was modified.
Here I show nLITE.inf of another original WXP sp3, that also I used nLITE
If you are having issues with Windows after removing components and have come to ask for help, please attach (not paste) your Last Session.ini file to your post to facilitate quicker assistance.
It's sole purpose is to "kick off" the remainder of the "modifications" (see above RED). If you do NOT have the above file - IT IS SUSPECT! What you have provided (NLITE.INF) does NOT EVEN TELL that it's from "original WXP sp3" - it could be from ANY nLited source! Provide it or be quiet!
Excuse to me, that some your explanation I do not understand.
I will ask for help.
I believe it is a good idea that the author or someone explains what does this nLITE.inf.
Repeat - nLite is NOT installed! An nLited XP is installed! Review the nLite FAQ. Nuhi (the creator of nLite) is no longer available and there will be NO explanation of the "details" of this PROPRIETARY software except what may be "gleaned" from this and whatever else has been "discovered". The Source for the Program is "closed" and we DO NOT have it OR do we have Nuhi's notes and private documentation. Use it or not - Period.
And why it is not possible to remove nlite from components of W .
And, that half a world, we are not "zombies"
So... you were a Beta Tester?
And in addition to say to you that MS has considered it to be original.
nLite = ocgen.dll,OcEntry,nLite.inf,HIDE,7specifically says that it's "HIDE" so it should not have shown in ADD/REMOVE. The second file you posted (NLITE.INF) will still tell nothing. As has been stated, NLITE.INF only "polishes off" the Install (via NHELPER program) and sets some Registry Entries. NLITE IS NOT INSTALLED!!!
Edited by submix8c, 27 September 2012 - 07:55 AM.
[Tasks] Remove Components Unattended Setup Integrate Drivers Tweaks Create a Bootable ISO OptionsThe language is kind of irrelevant. I've already checked with a "translator" to compare. The "run" was done with Spanish as the Language against a Dell Spanish source (apparently based on the OP's comments and the INI).
Edited by submix8c, 28 September 2012 - 08:48 AM.
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