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Unattended Problem - Device Drivers?

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Bashrat and others

I have just made a new dvd with your packs, however when the pc first reboots and then tries to run the gui (39 minute mark I think) the screen simply remains blue.

Anyone have any ideas?

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I was running it from WMWare, but here goes:

Motherboard: Asus A7N8X

Harddisk: Maxtor 80gig

Memory: 1024MB RAM, 512 allocated for VMWare

Processor: AMD XP 2600+

I don't think much more is relevant.

I've used method 2, and didn't use nlite.

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I was running it from WMWare, but here goes:

Motherboard: Asus A7N8X

Harddisk: Maxtor 80gig

Memory: 1024MB RAM, 512 allocated for VMWare

Processor: AMD XP 2600+

I don't think much more is relevant.

I've used method 2, and didn't use nlite.

I guess the problem lies in Method 2...

But it isn't clear to me what's wrong... I'll post it here when I know more...

Bâshrat the Sneaky

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I had a similar problem at the end of GUI-setup and windows would not reboot.

Had to comment out the "Reset Driver Signing Policy" registry entries near the bottom of presetup.cmd to solve the problem (There is a reference to this issue in Pyron's topic).

I dunno if that will help you out, but i thought i would mention it anyway as Bashrat may want to look into it.

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Not using VMware, just burnt it onto a DVD.

Motherboard: Asus K8V Deluxe

Harddisk: Seagate 2* 120gb SATA Raid 0

Memory: 1024MB RAM

Processor: AMD 64 Bit 3000+

Method 2 and I didn't use Nlite.

One thing which I have just thought of since I am at work.

I used a previous copy of an unattended DVD that I had made and copied in fresh winnt.sif etc.

I didn't use a fresh setup.exe though. Would this make a difference as I didn't think it would.

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I made another dvd last night and tested it first in VMware and then for real. Both worked flawlessly. I didn't do anything differently than last time, well I don't think so anyway...very strange.......

Any thoughts from you Bashrat?

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i tried method 2 recently (for the first time) and my computer ended up crasing right when it got to the GUI portion of the setup. However, i was testing a new Nlite and TEXTMODE setup, so there are a lot of factors there that could have caused the problems.

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I made another dvd last night and tested it first in VMware and then for real. Both worked flawlessly. I didn't do anything differently than last time, well I don't think so anyway...very strange.......

Any thoughts from you Bashrat?

Are you sure you didn't do anything differently this time?

Well I'm glad everything worked! :):thumbup

Bâshrat the Sneaky

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Hi all,

I am having a problem where the it says "setup restarting..." after the first reboot and then the screen just sits there blue. Eventually a windows error box comes up (after ages) saying Virtual Memory is too low and will now resize.. it immediately reboots and goes throught the whole thing again ... over & over

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