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About Jerry_03

  1. i just decided to go with a full install of XP using the multiboot and apparently it was something i did in nlite cause the full installation of xp works and im currently loading programs onto it. thanks anyway.
  2. i honestly dont remember if i removed it or not. is there a way to edit the iso in nlite again to change it if i did? or will i have to do that process all over again?
  3. I have a Asus Eee PC 2G Surf (which has no cd/dvd drives) and i tried to install XP Home Ed w/ SP2 on it. I used nLite (using this guide and this one), made an ISO and followed this guide which uses USB_MultiBoot_8.cmd. everything went well until i tried to install it. i changed boot priority to the usb in bios. Pressed Esc on boot, selected my usb drive to boot from. selected the 1st TXT option. it loads XP installation (the normal blue screen that says windows setup at the top). then all of a sudden it crashes and i get BSOD that says the following: i dont no where the problem occured, maybe something i did in nLite or while creating the usb boot. ive tried using 2 different usb thumb drivers - Verbatim Store n' Go 512mb and PNY Attaché 2gb both with the same error. ive searched this forums for answers without finding any, so sorry if theres already a post about this. any ideas on how to fix this? if no one finds a way im thinking of 2 other ways to try to install xp, either use a full install of XP instead of a nLited version or use a USB-HDD (which is an external drive right?)