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jcarle

1.2 Final - Crash: "Last Session"

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Also, it could be related to the fact that I had checked the "Include LastSession.ini on CD" option.

Nope, did it again. I have no idea why.

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Edited by jcarle

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i have same problem...but only seems to happen when i remove components, i can integrate hotfix and driver without prolem

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ok, i found what is wrong....if you dont check the "classic" option under "setup look" it works fine. must just be some small typo or soemthing.

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ok, i found what is wrong....if you dont check the "classic" option under "setup look" it works fine. must just be some small typo or soemthing.

Negative, still crashes even if you leave that to disabled.

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Found the reason for the crash!

nuhi, if you read this!

On the options page, the "Clean MUI Languages support entries", "Black background" and "Classic" options are marked as "No" originally, but when you modify the options, the choices are True/False. Somewhere, something goes wrong and the cast to a boolean is failing from that.

You could try using something like:

string optionVal = string.ToUpper().Replace("ENABLED", "TRUE").Replace("DISABLED", "FALSE").Replace("YES", "TRUE").Replace("NO", "FALSE");
if (optionVal.Length == 0) optionVal = "FALSE";
bool optionResult = Convert.ToBoolean(optionVal);

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Here too.

(* sorry, couldn't resist :D *)

edit : if you don't change any of these options, nlite won't crash.

Edited by Camarade_Tux

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when i choose the hide pages/prompt repair the TCP/IP patch and the USB Polling is disabled. Is that correct. In the previous nlite version i used to use the option default unattended.. and these options were avaialble..

what am i doig wrong ???

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Here too.

(* sorry, couldn't resist :D *)

edit : if you don't change any of these options, nlite won't crash.

Excatly the same here...

Hope there will be a silent fix out for this problem...

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same crash here, I will see if the above will fix it.

its been about 10 tries now, thankfully I found this.

nice, its making my cd now :D

Edited by gdogg

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Hope there will be a silent fix out for this problem...

nuhi will surely fix it when he visits the board next and sees this thread.

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Only problem when I change the value it's yes/no, never true/false...

edit: **** when i try the installed version it's true! Gonna rebuild it, it may be some compiling mistake

edit2: 1.2.1 available

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