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nLite Add-on Maker?

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I've read many posts here regarding how to create your own add-ons to be slipstreamed into an xp install using nLite. However, every link I see that points to the Add-On Maker is dead or it points to a download source I'm not necessarily comfortable utilizing.

Is there a reason that app cannot be found, or downloaded?

I'm really interested in having the ability to add my own stuff into the ISO.

Can you provide a reputable link where I can download it, or heck just email it to me. I know it's not that large of a file.

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We are not in the delivery business

It is in the nlite addons sub forum




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Hmmm... appears to be MIA and the link -X- gave is "?over limit?" (whatever...)

Go here
The Direct Link given is valid and I've confirmed it to be the correct one (I got it before links "died"). English/Portuguese-Brazil only. There are several other references that appear to be valid but didn't bother with them.
MD5 - a85989e1de9d078d029c9ce6ff98e3bd
SHA1 - 7a68ebaa7820fd9053c2d16b9833bf2b60a8b907
CRC32 - fe50a3df

I'm not really sure why it "disappeared" from other links. BUT, it APPEARS to have several 7-Zip modules in it and one I can't identify.

Most people bite-the-bullet and build their own from "scratch". Information on how-to is on nLite website. They see this as more reliable. ;)

"Doing math yourself is much more educational than using a calculator."

Someday the tyrants will be unthroned... Jason "Jay" Chasteen; RIP, bro!

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