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vinifera

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I really haven't played with XP and nLite in last 3-4 years

but I recall someone writing somewhere that you can't do XP edits with nlite on win7 machine

is that true ?

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Or Vista. It "breaks" the acceptance of the Product Key.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/158294-nlite-officialunofficial-faq/

Basically, anything NT system newer than XP SP3. Generally speaking - Win2K, XP, 2K3 only. Haven't attempted on NT4 but *may* work.

nLite requires ".NET Framework 2.0 SP1" x86/x64 (depending on OS). AFAICR, you need to slip an x64 on an x64 OS. :unsure:

Info on OS that supports ".Net Framework" -

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms973853.aspx

It *appears* thae v2.0 will install on NT4, so *maybe* the SP1 will install. :unsure:

 

HTH

 

Edit - Nope on NT (any NT). dotNET v1.1 will install on NT4, but not v2.x.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms229070.aspx

...like this -

http://www.petri.com/installing-net-framework-1-1-on-windows-nt-4-0-server.htm

Edited by submix8c

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how about if i put xp in vmware, and then within mod another xp (lol)

or it must be real machine for edits ?

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how about if i put xp in vmware, and then within mod another xp (lol)

 

AFAIK that works.

 

Cheers and Regards

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AFAIK, only the integration of SP3 (which most people do) leads to the "invalid key" problem. For the rest, I can't remember reading about anything else not working because of nLite ran in Vista/Win7. So if your original XP is already SP3...there is no need for all that mumbo jumbo.

Also note that unexpectedly, nLite was updated about one and half year ago, and that makes direct IE and/or Adobe Flash integration possible.

Edited by Ponch

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nah i do SP0 (VLK) then integrate SP3

 

unless (by you), if i integrate it within VM, and then do real editing with nlite, within normal win7 ?

lol this is so hilarious

Edited by vinifera

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:blushing: I believe Ponch may be right about the SP3 Pre-Integrated bit.

 

@Vinifera, that *may* work (manual integration), based on Ponch' response. :unsure:

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