Recently I've tried to make a definite Windows XP "SP 4" disc for myself and as it seems I failed miserably and have no idea where, tried looking for the issue and didn't seem to find anyone with the same error. Therefore if someone could please give me some light it'd be greatly appreciated!
To make the image I used a PC running XP, not freshly installed.
The source I used was an untouched non-ENU XP Pro SP3 image. For the updates I used the list provided by -x- from http://xdot.tk/with the exception that I added Flash Player Plugin.
I was or I thougth I was very conservative in what I removed, as you can see in the Last Session.ini I basically removed keyboards, languages and drivers.
After processed with nLite I used Driver Packs Base to integrate Chipset, Lan, Mass Storage and Monitors.
And finally I used nLite to turn the files into a bootable iso.
When I tried to install, after the installation copied all of the files and automatically restarted the machine, a Windows GUI appeared and was extracting some files that I assume were from the DriverPacks, and after extracting them all it gave me the following error "This application failed to start because Normaliz.dll was not found".
PS: As I'm quite new to this, I accept any tips on making a good and reliable disc, as there are lots of lists of what to remove with nLite but no sticky about it, which makes me think there's not a widely accepted method?