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lottem

nlite Reinstall Problem

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lottem    0

Back in March 2014 I was running nlite 1.4.9.3 under Windows 7 to create an integrated Windows XP/32 image. I had to reinstall Windows 7 due to a virus problem; however I did not lose my XP files and patches and the Last Session.ini files which were on another logical drive. When I reinstalled nlite and ask it to import the Last Session.ini files that point to the patches it does not apear to do so. I am probobally doing something basic and silly wrong; however it is not aparent to me. If anyone has any suggestions I would appreciate hearing them.

 

TIA

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Ponch    4

Has the "other logical drive" not been given an other drive letter by your new Win7 install? The ini files are readable and quite straightforward.You should be able to check what's missing.

...edited: multiple typos in one line

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lottem    0

Thank You. You were correct. The patch files were origionally on the F: drive and after the Windows 7 reinstall they are now on the E: drive. I fixed the ini file and everything seems to be proceeding as designed.

 

Thank you again for pointing me in the right direction.

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