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Absent pcie drivers in 5.1.2600 to blame for pci.sys error...

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shorterxp

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Hello all

I recently tried installing nlite xp home using 5.1.2600 onto a laptop from 2006.

 

When I try booting from personalized nlite CD I get the pci.sys bsod.

I believe this is mainly because 5.1.2600 predates the hardware.

 

I know it isn't nlite that's removing necessary files because bsod also occurs with original 5.1.2600 image.

 

I read this occurs because 5.1.2600 lacks PCI express support.

 

There does not appear to be a method of disabling PCI-E in laptop bios.

 

does anybody know if perhaps there is some sort of universal pci express driver I can slipstream with nlite installation?

 

Before anyone suggests the obvious, I've tried slip streaming service packs but for some reason CD key is renders invalid.

I'm definitely referring the right versions and respective key (home edition) as it says on the sticker.

 

Any clues?

 

Regards


Edited by shorterxp, Today, 11:34 AM.



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jaclaz

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Before anyone suggests the obvious, I've tried slip streaming service packs but for some reason CD key is renders invalid.

I'm definitely referring the right versions and respective key (home edition) as it says on the sticker.

 

Maybe obvious, but that is a known issue when attempting slipstreaming a service pack running NOT under XP (i.e. running under Vista or later).

http://www.msfn.org/...ey-now-invalid/

 

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