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Kirby, for your information, below is a screenshot of my nLite'd system, you will note that a considerable number of services have been removed/disabled, yet wireless networking is working correctly.

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Cheers,

James

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you use wifihopper to scan for networks.....I don't. If you want to use Window's wifi-scanner, then don't remove those 2 services. As I said (for the 3rd time already), internet connections will still work as long as you input the SSID name of the router manually.
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silent update to 1.4.5.4! ;)

Vista Key issue fix?

Yeah, the specific fixes are:

- Slipstream update.exe directly (when you extract SP)

- Slipstream XP SP3 into XP RTM (SP0) under Vista, CDKey issue

Both of them rare so better be silent and deadly.

Hm, i am pretty sure that i still have the CDKey issue.

My host OS where i run nLite is Vista Ultimate 64bit.

I used nLite version 1.4.5.1. (downloaded today)

I am trying to make a nLited version of XP 64bit SP2 and the ISO i am using as a base is "XP Professional x64 Edition", SP2, (version 5.2.3790.3959)

Am i doing something wrong or does the issue still exist? Thanks for any help. Regards.

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silent update to 1.4.5.4! ;)

Vista Key issue fix?

Yeah, the specific fixes are:

- Slipstream update.exe directly (when you extract SP)

- Slipstream XP SP3 into XP RTM (SP0) under Vista, CDKey issue

Both of them rare so better be silent and deadly.

Hm, i am pretty sure that i still have the CDKey issue.

My host OS where i run nLite is Vista Ultimate 64bit.

I used nLite version 1.4.5.1. (downloaded today)

I am trying to make a nLited version of XP 64bit SP2 and the ISO i am using as a base is "XP Professional x64 Edition", SP2, (version 5.2.3790.3959)

Am i doing something wrong or does the issue still exist? Thanks for any help. Regards.

Like nuhi said here, please re-download nLite and build a system from scratch.

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here:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsxp/cc164204.aspx

"...General Requirements

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To install SP3, your computer must meet the hardware and operating system requirements listed below. In addition, your computer must at least be running Windows XP with Service Pack 1 installed.

We recommended that you have Service Pack 2 installed before installing SP3."

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EDIT

WBEM problems fixed in 1.4.5.5

Checked and it works properly now.

Old post;

@nuhi

Look here

http://www.msfn.org/board/RELEASE-Boooggy-...html&st=460

The problem is also in nLite 1.4.5.4

I didn't make any more test with nLite, but if you didn't modify any other files you will also have errors logged in

c:\WINDOWS\system32\wbem\Logs\setup.log

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ENGLISH wbemoc.inf file with proper fix

http://www.msfn.org/board/post-a22011-wbemoc.zip

Use it after nlite 1.4.5.

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Like nuhi said here, please re-download nLite and build a system from scratch.

I did download the latest version just yesterday evening, version 1.4.5.4. I downloaded this exact same version (1.4.5.4) a couple of days back too but i noticed yesterday that the executable nlite.exe had a slightly different filesize. I already build a system from scratch yesterday evening with the latest version of nLite but i still have the CDKey issue.

The 'old' CDKey issue was with running nLite on a Vista machine and creating an image for XP 32bit with SP3, but i want to create a XP 64bit SP2 (there is no SP3 for XP 64bit).

I am afraid that this is the reason that i still have the CDKey issue?

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I don't know if this is relevant, but since there is an admitted problem slipstreaming SP3 into XP on a Vista machine (http://www.msfn.org/comments.php?shownews=22398) and this seems to be an issue with nLite sometimes, the solution I found for the slipstream problem might help. What the article didn't mention is that running the integration under compaibility mode for XP seems to work fine - at least it did for me under Vista in a VM. Have you tried running nLite in compatibility mode? I haven't yet played with 64-bit Vista, so I can't say either way, but it's worth a shot.

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Using 1.4.5.5 now and got a regression I noticed with an previous build where some services are set to disabled but post-setup are still set to automatic. This applied to the 'Cryptographic Services' and 'Task Scheduler' services.

[services2]

CryptSvc,4

Schedule,4

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I am trying to make a nLited version of XP 64bit SP2 and the ISO i am using as a base is "XP Professional x64 Edition", SP2, (version 5.2.3790.3959)

Like nuhi said here, please re-download nLite and build a system from scratch.

Like MS said everywhere, SP3 is ONLY for x86, NOT x64. There is NO SP3 for "XP x64".

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I am trying to make a nLited version of XP 64bit SP2 and the ISO i am using as a base is "XP Professional x64 Edition", SP2, (version 5.2.3790.3959)

Like nuhi said here, please re-download nLite and build a system from scratch.

Like MS said everywhere, SP3 is ONLY for x86, NOT x64. There is NO SP3 for "XP x64".

I knew there is no SP3 for "XP x64". I never said i was trying SP3, i want SP2. Nevermind.

Anyway, any news on what is fixed in 1.4.5.5??

Tonight i might have some time to see if it fixes my problem. Am very curious.

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Just tried version 1.4.5.5 with Compatibilty mode XP SP2. Used an old session (is this okay?) and created a new image. My problem with the CD key is still there when creating a XP x64 SP2 image under Vista Ultimate x64.

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