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  1. http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/24/ It's a type 2 hotfix so I don't know if it will integrate in nlite. Try integrating the original exe in nlite or the method in the link above. (isn't this a patch for flashplayer, not for windows itself)
  2. Boot into dos make a ms-dos startup disk. Open my computer, rightclick drive a: and format. Check box "create msdos startup disk" (if it's greyed out, try toggling the quick format option). Restart your computer and after a few minutes you should be in a black screen with white text. Try pressing the keys and if all of them work it's a problem with windows and not the laptop itself.
  3. Your firewall or something is blocking word from accessing the internet. Try exiting everything except word and your browser. (wrong forum, put in office forum mod)
  4. I had this problem too and system restore didn't work. The recovery console made my windows really slow, so I just backed up all my files ad formatted. It solved the problem at any rate.
  5. T D

    two windows

    You can't REM the line out, it's only for batch files. Basically, backup ur boot.ini file somewhere. Under [boot loader] If there's a "timeout" option set it to 5. If there isn't make a line [boot loader] timeout=5 Reboot. Don't click anything. Let the countdown go to zero. If the correct windows starts, you can set the timeout to 0 so it loads instantly or you can delete the second line. e.g. if it was multi(0)disk(1)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINNT="Win XP Professional" /fastdetect You'd delete the line multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINNT="Win XP Professional" /fastdetect If the wrong windows loads, ie your pc doesn't boot after setting the timeout to 5, delete the first line (ie multi(0)disk(1)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect and set the timeout to zero. Hope u understood.
  6. The usb mass storage works on all drives but you have to install it when u plug in a new memory stick. Unless you've nlited the drivers off (is that possible?) it should install automatically. A suggestion is to rightclick my computer, go to hardware tab, click driver signing and click ignore. And click make this action system default. But it shouldn't make a difference cos the usb drivers are signed by M$. Try it anyway.
  7. Try winnt32u.dll or winnt32b.dll (or something like that). They're in I386.
  8. VMware and virtual pc automatically change the resulotion to a fixed rate in 32bit mode, ie not while it is booting, but while it is installing and you are using it. I'm outta ideas, maybe there's some way to mod the cab to run it in a higher res?
  9. It's a known issue that something in nlite conflicts with the avd filter and codec pack.
  10. Or just format the partition C: or E: or whatever 98 appears as on your XP install.
  11. We all found it confusing at the beginning. But after a bit of exploring, there was stuff like integrating drivers in nlite etc. Just read the ua guide step tby step and do exactly what they say.
  12. I don't use it, just read the doc.pdf carefully. Other than that...
  13. Integrate them in "Hotfixes or Update Packs" section of nlite.
  14. http://unattended.msfn.org When you google unattended windows guide, this is the first result you get! That's how I found it anyway...
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