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Dr.Strangelove

ERROR: The following value in the .sif file used by setup is corrupted

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I'm trying to install Windows XP/SP2 onto my Dell Dimension 9200 with an Intel 82801HR/HH/HO SATA RAID controller.

-1- I managed to slipstream the correct drivers into the Windows XP installation CD.

-2- Booting from the installation CD, Setup starts and prompts for the partition to install Windows XP to. I select the partition, and Setup prompts if I want the partition formatted Quick, Full or leave it alone. I select Quick, and Setup formats the partition accordingly.

-3- Now Setup should start copying the files from the installation CD, but instead, issues this error:

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The following value in the .sif file used by setup is corrupted or missing:

Value 0 on the line in section [winntdirectories] with key “307.”

Setup cannot continue. To quit Setup, press F3.

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How can I solve this? I'm using nLite 1.4 RC.

Dr.Strangelove

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Please edit your personal data and the cdkey to something random and attach that file.

Also it might be enough to paste data in the section [winntdirectories] of that file. I presume it's some unsupported char you entered in the set path.

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Please compress and attach your Txtsetup.sif and a preset of the iso which failed.

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Your preset just has Unattended in it, are you sure that preset created that sif?

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I get the same error prompt, but only at line"245":

Value 0 on the line in section [winntdirectories] with key “245.”

Setup cannot continue. To quit Setup, press F3.

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