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familyman

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  1. Great, thank you - I'll try that now. Hm... I did browse to and attach the *.ini file, so I don't know what happened there. I had a second problem today. But I should probably start another thread for that one (once I make sure it wasn't caused by THIS problem). Thanks again, -X- & 5eraph!
  2. I keep getting the following error from nLite: "The process cannot access the file 'C:\XPNEW\SVCPACK.INF' because it is being used by another process." I tried deleting the file /i386/svcpack.in_ but still get the same error. The strange thing is, I'm starting with a clean XP Pro SP0... So there is no svcpack.inf file in the root directory before nLite does its thing. But after nLite is finished, there is a svcpack.inf file and it contains this text: --- [Version] Signature="$Windows NT$" MajorVersion=5 MinorVersion=1 BuildNumber=2600 [setupData] CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCPACK" [CatalogHeader] [setupHotfixesToRun] [ProductCatalogsToInstall] BASECSP.CAT ; Customized by nLite - www.nliteos.com --- ... So although it complains it can't access the file svcpack.inf it is still creating it. I've attached the last session ini file. Any ideas what the problem might be? Thanks for reading.
  3. Edit: Found my answer from two different sources. If you have XP SP0, you don't need to integrate SP2 and SP3 - just SP3.
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