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sfetaz

Installation Errors With Nlite Winxp Cd

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Error

Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\windows\system32\rsaenh.dll because of the following error:

DLLRegisterServer returned error 2174943405(800703ed)

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Error

Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\windows\system32\dssenh.dll because of the following error:

DLLRegisterServer returned error 2174943405(800703ed)

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Error

The signature for E:\I386\NT5.CAT is invalid. The error code is 80096001.

A system-level error occured while verifying trust.

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Error:

The signature for Windows Xp Professional setup is invalid. The error code is 80096001.

A system-level error occured while verifying trust.

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Fatal Error:

Setup failed to install the product catalogs. This is a fatal error. The setup log files should contain more information.

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I am only using Nlite here, and just tried B3, same result.

Here is my INI file:

Last_Session.ini

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if this is in setuperr.log or eventviewer, i wouldnt worry about it unless u are having problems installing something, or something isnt functioning correctly

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sfetaz, I'll try your setup these days and report here...thx

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Any luck nuhi? I have reproduced the error everytime I try to install windows with various ways of doing Nlite and have no idea what is causing it.

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Haven't tried it yet...will soon.

Tell me did you use .8 beta 3 ?

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sfetaz, tried it and it was flawless...i changed only ProfilePath...Maybe you did something else to your install...or I fixed something in beta4.

Wait for beta 4 and then try again.

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I did try it again fresh with slightly different options, same result.

Attached latest last session and my winnt.sif is below

;

; Generated by nLite 0.99.8 beta 2

;

[Data]

FloppyLess = 1

MsDosInitiated = 0

UnattendedInstall = Yes

AutoPartition=0

[unattended]

UnattendMode = FullUnattended

UnattendSwitch = Yes

OemPreinstall = Yes

OemSkipEula = Yes

ComputerType = "ACPI Multiprocessor PC", Retail

FileSystem = *

WaitForReboot = No

NoWaitAfterTextMode = 1

NoWaitAfterGUIMode = 1

TargetPath = Windows

DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore

NonDriverSigningPolicy = Ignore

Hibernation = No

ProgramFilesDir="D:\Program Files"

CommonProgramFilesDir="D:\Program Files\Common Files"

OemPnPDriversPath="Drivers\001\ULSATA"

[systemFileProtection]

SFCQuota = 0

[Display]

Xresolution = 1024

Yresolution = 768

BitsPerPel = 32

Vrefresh = 140

[GuiUnattended]

AutoLogon = Yes

AdminPassword = *

TimeZone = 35

OEMSkipRegional = 1

OemSkipWelcome = 1

ProfilesDir= "D:\Documents and Settings\"

[Components]

Indexsrv_system = Off

msmsgs=off

msnexplr=off

OEAccess=off

media_clips=off

media_utopia=off

Accessopt=off

AutoUpdate=off

templates=off

fax=off

Clipbook=off

charmap=off

hypertrm=off

rec=off

pinball=off

freecell=off

minesweeper=off

solitaire=off

spider=off

hearts=off

zonegames=off

[userData]

ProductKey = "xoxox-oxoxox-xoxox-oxoxox-xoxox"

ComputerName = SFETAZMAIN

FullName = "*"

OrgName = "*"

[identification]

JoinWorkgroup = HOMEN

Last_Session.ini

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What's this

"ACPI Multiprocessor PC"

Are you really having Multiprocessor PC ? Try with deleting that line.

Also this is not nlite's SIF, you edited it.

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I would like to add I am suffering this HORRIBLE problem also...

It seems to apply to EVERY SINGLE nlite disk I have written for months and months which used to work perfectly!

Original CD's fine but any from Nlite are not, some problem with NF4 I am guessing?! (NF3 seem ok)

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Updated files with same result:

;

; Generated by nLite 0.99.8 beta 3

;

[Data]

MsDosInitiated = 0

UnattendedInstall = Yes

[unattended]

UnattendMode = FullUnattended

UnattendSwitch = Yes

OemPreinstall = Yes

OemSkipEula = Yes

FileSystem = *

WaitForReboot = No

NoWaitAfterTextMode = 1

NoWaitAfterGUIMode = 1

TargetPath = Windows

DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore

NonDriverSigningPolicy = Ignore

Hibernation = No

ProgramFilesDir="D:\Program Files"

CommonProgramFilesDir="D:\Program Files\Common Files"

OemPnPDriversPath="Drivers\001\ULSATA"

[Display]

Xresolution = 1024

Yresolution = 768

BitsPerPel = 32

Vrefresh = 140

[GuiUnattended]

AutoLogon = Yes

AdminPassword = *

OEMSkipRegional = 1

OemSkipWelcome = 1

[userData]

ProductKey = "sssss-sssss-sssss-sssss-sssss"

ComputerName = SFETAZMAIN

FullName = "*"

OrgName = "*"

Same error except the first two errors were shown twice.

Last_Session.ini

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Only one more idea.

Try without any tweaks, driver or hotfixes...if that doesn't help then I'll have to wait until that becomes general problem.

edit:

what's this: OemPnPDriversPath

you were tampering it again :)

If you have floppy drive and your sata drive is only one then try it.

Or try virtually with the above suggestion.

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Wow this is embarassing.

I figured out the problem after reading this microsoft article:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...1&Product=winxp

What I determined from that and looking at my PC, my D drive last attempted format had been corrupted during the format process. Since I was trying to instal my program files and profiles to D, I assume setup would assign D to the CDROM drive, and this would happen.

Doh!

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Wow this is embarassing.

I figured out the problem after reading this microsoft article:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...1&Product=winxp

What I determined from that and looking at my PC, my D drive last attempted format had been corrupted during the format process.  Since I was trying to instal my program files and profiles to D, I assume setup would assign D to the CDROM drive, and this would happen.

Doh!

so how do you sort this out? Whats the secret?

edit:

Oh I get it..

Nuhi you need a new release...

Basically when you change profile path its not formatting the new partition, for examle...

XP windows = C:

Documents and settings = G:

Setup will format C but not G, and the error described at start of thread is given.

Basically just make it format!

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