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winntbbu.dll help plzzzz

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During the copying process of windows XP setup I'm getting error as below ;

" The file winntbbu.dll wasn't copied correctly. The file setup placed on your harddrive isn't a valid Windows XP image. If you are installing from CD, there may be a problem with the XP CD. "

Actually i have changed the bootup image using the file winntbbu.dll. after that i did makecab winntbbu.dll and copied the cab file to 1386 folder and deleted the

winntbbu.dll from 1386 folder.

Pls help me out

and i don t have any winntbbu.dl_ in my orignal windows xp cd

Then you take the winntbbu.dl_ and drop it in your U.A. I386 Folder. replacing the existing one

what do u meen

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i modifype the winntbbu.dll

then i get winntbbu.dl_

then i delete my orignal

winntbbu.dll

and past this one winntbbu.dl_

shodu i change the name to winntbbu.dll

i tried both nothin is working

my windows xp is in english

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i modifype the winntbbu.dll

then i get winntbbu.dl_

i think your getting modifype confused with makecab

if u modifype your file, the filename/extension doesnt change, ONLY the CRC header which u cannot see without a resource hacking utility

u need to download modifype.exe & type

modifype.exe winntbbu.dll -c

makecab winntbbu.dll

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When you are Satisfied with your work. Use the code below to cab the dll to dl_

CODE

makecab winntbbu.dll

Then you take the winntbbu.dl_ and drop it in your U.A. I386 Folder. replacing the existing one.

plz help

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Help with what. Please specify your problem, so we could help ya!

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