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nOBeLium

TXTSETUP.SIF doubt

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Hey!

Here's my problem..I'm using WinPE2004 and I created the image for my custom WinPE cd. The problem is that it uses the txtsetup.sif from my modified winxp+sp2 unattended CD (I added intel and SI raid drivers to txtsetup.sif).

Will it affect WinPE booting, or should I use a txtsetup.sif from a clean Winxp+sp2 integration?

Thank you,

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Personally never tried it, but if you used nLite I know a few people used it without any issues. I would how ever take a fresh one and SP2 CD and rebuild. As stated I have not tried it, but if the PE build process went alright I would assume that the CD should work fine, note assume. Best way is to try it and see for yourself. :)

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Hmm..yeah, going to do that. My VirtualPC is having a weird error, but that has nothing to do with winpe.

Thanks for the reply thought!

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I started out with a custom WinXP SP2 slipstreamed CD with an updated TXTSETUP.SIF file. In my case the custom TXTSETUP.SIF file was intact when it had been transfered to the WinPE build.

Didnt run into to any troubble as to this specific problem yet.. I had edited the file for supporting RAID controllers. So far so good...

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