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xpize 5 Release 5

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in Xpize 4.7, when I slipstream it ion to the source, there will be a text file called

XPize.txt in i386

in wihch I can know it's xpized

in Xpize5, I can't see such text file

please re-add in Xpize5R6

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I received this error after slipstreaming into SP3 Source:

When I Run System Properties

systemproerror.jpg

any idea what's wrong?

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I received this error after slipstreaming into SP3 Source:

When I Run System Properties

systemproerror.jpg

any idea what's wrong?

What installation options did you choose?

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can't recall exactly

is there any log file like nlie?

There is a logfile saved to %user%\Local Settings\Temp\Anolis

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can't recall exactly

is there any log file like nlie?

There is a logfile saved to %user%\Local Settings\Temp\Anolis

nice, then here is my log file:

Ugh, it filled with errors.

Try using Release 6 which I just pushed out and try again.

Although I don't personally recommend installing xpize to a CD image since it misses out on a lot of things that you can only get by installing it locally. I prefer to keep my installation media "pure" (i.e. only add official Microsoft updates and drivers) and do everything else after installation.

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Although I don't personally recommend installing xpize to a CD image since it misses out on a lot of things that you can only get by installing it locally.

What are these things?

Maybe it would be good to inform the user, while he is trying to run the slipstream process.

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