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About PaulAuckNZ

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    Windows 8.1 x64
  1. Using nLite on XP PRO MUI

    You must be the only person who has done that. I use Nlite a lot, and I've never done that
  2. Storage Drivers Blue Screen of Death

    I take it these have XP on them? Normally you slipstream them (with something like Nlite), or add them when you install an OS. Not after and if IDE mode is enabled in the BIOS. You cant install an OS on IDE mode, then change it back to SATA/AHCI. Even if you install the SATA drivers after. Without changing it to AHCI first then installing the SATA drivers during the install. If the OS is XP. Since Vista and Win7 have SATA drivers You'll get a 0x0000007b stop error This may or may not work. Save this as a reg file (make sure it doesnt end with txt). Change them to IDE mode in the BIOS, run this then change it back to SATA/AHCI in the BIOS Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\msahci] "Start"=dword:00000000 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\pciide] "Start"=dword:00000000 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStorV] "Start"=dword:00000000
  3. bootable cd with nlite

    You dont need that img file. Nlite will create the bootable ISO, if you select it in Nlite. All you have to do, is select the drivers, if you want to slipstream any. And select the options you dont want to install (after Nlite creates the ISO).I would also use RVM Integrator. It makes things a lot easier. So install both of these.. Use Nlite first. Then run RVM Integrator. Then add this update first. Altho, most of the links there are rubbish.I would get this one. Then add it under updatepack in RVM integrator. You can also remove the files (that the update adds that you dont want). I think you need that img file if you use Nero, but you dont need it if you use Nlite
  4. Inserting MS Office XP in nLite slipstreamed

    AFAIK, you cant slipstream Office in Nlite. Its for windows, not office. You may have to use this
  5. Get this, its a lot easier..Then use this to remove, what you dont want. Extract it first <- direct link You need this for the 2nd link I posted.And Nlite to slipstream whatever (The service pack / drivers etc)
  6. Removed them with ShellExView
  7. As above. How do you remove the context menu entries, ToolAIO created ? Or how do you remove ToolAIO complelely?
  8. Add-On Maker for Nlite 1.2.4 Update: 06/17/2006

    Can you use this program to create .net framework addons / so it updates .net framework files as well? ie: Like the latest XP .net updates (KB979906/979909, and 982168)??
  9. Integration of Intel's SATA AHCI and RAID drivers

    No, the new RST AHCI and RAID drivers are running fine after having been integrated into a Windows XP CD and installed onto a real (not a virtual) system running in AHCI or RAID Mode. This is not the usual consequence of using the new Intel RST driver.Please give us some informations about your hardware (Southbridge details of your mainboard), your SATA settings (IDE, AHCI or RAID) and a short report about what you have done and what happened. Regards Fernando Yup I get the same / exact stop error - the acpi.sys crash (after adding the latest SATA drivers in Virtual PC too). Havent tried it on a standalone system yet, I dont have blanks to burn the ISO. Its fine on this since this is Vista (but the ISO I'm making is for XP).Altho the mobos I install XP on MAY not be the systems I've got here. Since these will probably use more than 4 GB (prob 8 GB), and use 64 bit
  10. network - shared folders

    Umm, you could try truecrypt. Just don't forget the passwords ! Or untick simple file sharing (if its enabled under tools / options / view down the bottom in my computer). This should give you more options..