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leinan

can't finish nlite process

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hi i don't know if this will be ask here :blushing: but i noticed that whenever i tried to use nlite and during compressing the cab files this error "nv4_disp" occur and nlite didn't finish at all. i tried this for 5x still same error :blink: . would anyone help me to figure this out. thanks in advance.

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That's your Nvidia driver file. I always add my Nvidia driver and remove all other display drivers. Did you do that?

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nope that's not it. i haven't gone to integrate the drivers yet. i'm do'in a clean fresh start of nlite WinXP. i just integrate SP3 then hotfixes and add-ons after integrating then compress during that process nv4-disp.dll error occured. i really have no idea why this error occured. only when using nlite and during compression process.

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leinan, please attach (not paste) your Last Session.ini. Make sure to always start with a fresh copy of your CD files/folders, do all your work in one nLite session and integrate only one SP. Enjoy, John.

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@johnhc

Maybe you should add to your signature:

please attach (not paste) your Last Session.ini. Make sure to always start with a fresh copy of your CD files/folders, do all your work in one nLite session and integrate only one SP
:D

Cheers ;)

Edited by mara-

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here is the .ini file. i already slipstreamed the SP3 from my original XP so this was only integrating the hotfixes, add-ons and themes. i hope you can help me john. thanks in advance.

Last_Session.ini

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leinan, I have two NV4_DISP files in my source files, a .dll and a .inf (.IN_). Is it one of these? If not, what is the extension? The .inf is an nVidia driver file - ltsnow was correct. They must be drivers that come with Windows. If the error is in the .inf, please attach it. You may need to change the extension to .txt. Also please post a screen shot of your error message. Your Last Session looks fine to me but I know nothing about the AddOns and Packs you are using. Try removing everything in the Hot Fix section and see if nLite works OK. If so, add about half back in and try again. Perhaps you can narrow down the problem. Hopefully someone with AddOn and Packs knowledge will comment. You also may want to specify Fully Automatic in Unattended if you want a completely silent install. Enjoy, John.

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Itsnow is correct that the nv4_disp is nvidia driver if i understand him correctly he was referring to the driver integration part but am not integrating any driver yet. i also tried to do a slipstreamed first of SP3 to my WinXP then exit/enter nLite then integrate the hotfix, add-ons, themes during compression process that is when the error occurs. the screen go black is what they called BSOD.

i already googled for nv4_disp.dll but most of the results are for Dell machine and am not using Dell. i also tried reinstalling nLite and upgrading my .Net to 3.0. reinstalling my display driver but still no good.

if this helps i did not only once but many times of making nLited CDs and its only now that i encounter this problem. am thinking if integrating the latest update of DirectX from my previous nLited CDs is causing this problem. unfortunately those that i nlited was burn to a CDRW disc meaning i just erase the CDRW then replace it with a new created nlited Windows. :(

my O.S is WinXP Pro SP3/FX5500 Nvidia Card/P4 2.8Ghz/1.5GB RAM/80GB HDD

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leinan, you need to answer the questions in my last post. When you run the experiment, please start with a fresh copy of the CD. Enjoy, John.

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