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Hi Guys, I'm having trouble with a slipstreamed installation of Windows XP Home Edition SP3 and I'm hoping someone can help. Basically, I'm attempting to create a (fairly) up-to-date OEM installation CD that includes SP3. Here's what I've done (I'm using nLite 1.4.7 on a Windows Vista Business x86 host): - Copy Windows XP Home Edition SP2 OEM CD to desktop - Start nLite and use copied files as base - Add SP3 to nLite build - Add IE7 to nLite build - Add Intel SATA drivers to nLite build - Create ISO from nLite build - Burn ISO All of the above goes successfully. However, when I try an installation using the newly created CD I get "The Product Id you entered is not valid" when entering the product key (I've tried a few). I can see on the nLite site that this was a known problem when using a Vista host to integrate SP3 but I thought it was fixed for v1.4.7. Any ideas on what I can do to get round this (other than using an XP host ? Thanks in advance. L-Plates