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mZimm

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  1. I have not done any tweaking to the setup folder outside of nlite and the rvm hotfix package. I don't know what could have caused the problem. I will try doing it once again and report back.
  2. Alright here it is. Thanks again for the help. TXTSETUP.7z
  3. Also, please attach your txtsetup.sif from the original DVD. I found the problem and need to see how the original is done so I can show you how to fix it. The original file is 466kb, which is over the max allowed to upload to this site. Any other way I can upload it, or can I email it to you?
  4. Also, please attach your txtsetup.sif from the original DVD. I found the problem and need to see how the original is done so I can show you how to fix it. Yeah, here you go. EDIT: it didn't attach, see next post Thanks for your help.
  5. Here you go, this is the one from my latest try. TXTSETUP.SIF
  6. It is MCE, but all the contents are on one DVD, not on two CDs. I copied the entire DVD into a foler.
  7. After going through the normal Windows reformat and install dozens of times I finally got sick of installing all the drivers, hotfixes, etc after every format and then customizing my install as well. So I found nlite in hope that it would allow me to make one disk that has all of this already included in the install to make reformatting much simpler. I started with my Dell Windows XP MCE Service Pack 2 OEM disk, and openned nLite. I integrated the RVM update pack for the hotfixes, and inserted a few drivers as well for my install. I also used the registry tweaks and went through all of the services list to save me time after the install. After going through all of the customization options I wanted to burn it to a disk. Knowing the possibility of an error, I burned it to a black CD-RW on a low speed. I first did a test burn, which worked perfectly, and then did the real burn with verification, which also passed perfectly. However, when I go to use the disk to reformat it goes through the entire format process fine, but when it goes to install windows it gives me a BSOD and says this: I have tried several different things to get it to work, including taking out my drivers, and different tweaks and stuff, but every time I get the same error. Can anybody offer some help as to what would be causing this?


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