jumpcan Posted March 7, 2014 Share Posted March 7, 2014 (edited) My goal is to install Windows XP Pro 32 bit on a new compTuter. Initially, when trying to install XP Pro, during the installation process, BSOD 0x0000007B appeared. I have installed nlite onto 1 of my computers. nlite 220.127.116.11Nero 6 [ commercial ]XP SP3I copied the contents of the XP Pro SP2 32 bit CD to a folder on a separate SATA HDD [ D: ]. I copied the contents of the XP SP 32 bit to a different folder on a separate SATA HDD [ D: ]. I copied the contents of the Gigabyte DVD to a different folder on a separate SATA HDD [ D: ]. For this computer, I have XP Pro SP3 installed on separate HDDs. I have a base HDD with no 3rd party software. I cloned from the base HDD to s separate HDD using Acronis True Image. Then I installed Nero 6. I have also cloned from the base HDD to a separate HDD & installed Nero 12 because Nero 6 hung during the .ISO burn process, at 9%. I tried different DVD - R brands. I tried different DVD burners. FINALLY, I was able to burn the .iso. I ran the slipstreamed disk in the new computer. I received the error msg: The file mvs91xx.sys could not be found . I have verified that msv91xx.sys is present [ multiple times ] in the Gigabyte DVD drivers file. Using nlite again, I created a slipstream disk and tried to add folder containing mvs91xx.sys. Same error msg when trying to install XP. I am glad that I found this forum. It would have been wise of me to read your FAQ. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/158294-nlite-officialunofficial-faq/"The most important thing to remember with nLite is that you really should not run nLite multiple times on a single source."***New computer hardwareGigabyte FA288X UP4http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4709#ovBIOS F2 AMD FX2 A10 5880K Corsair DDR3 1600MHZ Corsair CX500; 500 W Power Supply WD800; 80 GB SATA HDD Plextor DVD burner / player, SATA Windows XP Pro, SP2 CD XP SP3 download from Microsoft Using the same motherboard, CPU, ram, power supply, Plextor DVD player / burner [ SATA ], and a DIFFERENT HDD [ ALSO a WD800 ], Vista installs with no problems. If you would like additional Last Session.ini files, please let me know which you think would be valuable [ see attached .jpg for those available ]. Thank you for your attention to my request for assistance. LAST SESSION (206003.06-22.17.25).INI Edited March 7, 2014 by jumpcan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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