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Hi guys I'm new here. Have been using nlite for a while and it's a very good piece of software. Thanks a lot to nuhi. I got a problem with this new 1.2.1 version. I've done reinstall recently and integrated all hotfixes, patches and do other settings. More details please look at my attachment. But at the first boot I got this message.

Windows File Protection

Files that are required for windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecognised versions.

To maintain system stability Windows must restore the original versions of these files.

Insert your Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 CD now.

I chose ignore and keep the unrecognized version. But this message always appears everytime I install my every driver which is annoying and make me feel something wrong with my windows and I've no problem at all with previous nlite. Can someone tell me what has gone wrong please. Is this a bug in this nlite version or some other problems. After finish installing my windows, I tried to defrag my disk but always hang somewhere between 1 - 5%. Is this problem related or not? Please give me some advice. Thanks in advance.

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Hi guys I'm new here. Have been using nlite for a while and it's a very good piece of software. Thanks a lot to nuhi. I got a problem with this new 1.2.1 version. I've done reinstall recently and integrated all hotfixes, patches and do other settings. More details please look at my attachment. But at the first boot I got this message.

Windows File Protection

Files that are required for windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecognised versions.

To maintain system stability Windows must restore the original versions of these files.

Insert your Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 CD now.

I chose ignore and keep the unrecognized version. But this message always appears everytime I install my every driver which is annoying and make me feel something wrong with my windows and I've no problem at all with previous nlite. Can someone tell me what has gone wrong please. Is this a bug in this nlite version or some other problems. After finish installing my windows, I tried to defrag my disk but always hang somewhere between 1 - 5%. Is this problem related or not? Please give me some advice. Thanks in advance.

File protection may be from the hotfixes. Check your CD in the i386\svcpack folder. Make sure there is a .cat file for each hotfix. If not, that is your problem.

For defrag, you may want to check your Event Log (Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Event Viewer)

And look for errors that mention defrag.

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Thanks for your replies guys

hulkviper

I also wanted to disable that file protection thing but this wouldn't solve the problem. That file protection thing appears because there must be some problems with my windows. So I really want to solve the problem that trigger that file protection when I installed every driver.

Speeddymon

I've checked and ensure that all necessary .cat file are there. Instead I got one additional .cat file which is kb915865 and no idea where it comes from and no such updates at microsoft website. Lots of people at other forums also wondering where this comes from.

So any idea what's the problem? FYI I've tried 3 types of different language windows XP and integrate same hotfixes, updates (which is in the same language version with the windows) and apply same settings and all of them have the same problem.

So what's the problem? Please help me. Give me some advice nuhi. Thanks.

BTW

Just checked microsoft website and found kb915865. It's included within IE7.

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Well, I've no idea at all what this stupid windows is trying to protect. As I said it appears at the first boot only and also when I try to install every driver. So I've no idea at all. Is it possible because I integrate IE7 as well? Since there're lots of discussion going on about IE7. The message is exactly as what I've written at my first post.

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Well, I've no idea at all what this stupid windows is trying to protect. As I said it appears at the first boot only and also when I try to install every driver. So I've no idea at all. Is it possible because I integrate IE7 as well? Since there're lots of discussion going on about IE7. The message is exactly as what I've written at my first post.

Best bet is to google for "Turn off Windows File Protection" and put that in your registry, and then reboot. Could you post your last session.ini file from when you made the CD here? It's in C:\Program Files\nlite\presets

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Hey guys I think I might found the solution. I did once again with everything stays the same except I didn't integrate IE 7 and after reinstall that file protection thing didn't appear anymore and everything just works fine. So I guess it must be something to do with IE 7. What do you guys think? Does IE 7 integration now work properly with the 1.3 beta version? My Last session file is attached at my first post.

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Hey guys I think I might found the solution. I did once again with everything stays the same except I didn't integrate IE 7 and after reinstall that file protection thing didn't appear anymore and everything just works fine. So I guess it must be something to do with IE 7. What do you guys think? Does IE 7 integration now work properly with the 1.3 beta version? My Last session file is attached at my first post.

It should be working with 1.2.1.. I havent seen anyone trying to integrate the hotfixes like you are though..

My guess is that it's a combination of IE7 integration and the way you are choosing to install your hotfixes.

Try one of the update packs to get as many hotfixes as possible (Ryanvm's or boooggy's), and if there are some left over, then add them in the way you already do, then add IE7 into there as well, and perhaps it wont happen.

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Thanks for your replies guys

hulkviper

I also wanted to disable that file protection thing but this wouldn't solve the problem.

That file protection thing appears because there must be some problems with my windows.

So I really want to solve the problem that trigger that file protection when I installed every driver.

The problem with Windows File Protection is that if you delete or change any backup protected files you get that warning.

Windows File Protection check folder C:\WINDOWS\system32\dllcache and probably others.

If you haven't disabled Windows File Protection and you have nlited your Windows source, you are most likely to get that message.

nLite changes the source ;)

I have learned that a lot in WinXP is crap and alternatives you cand find for most of the crap.

So do yourself a favour and remove as much as you can.

I get my to about 100-110MB, and yes everything works :)

To bad windows is so popular, many of us are forced to use it :(

For example, try Firefox instead of IE.

http://www.mozilla.com

My Extensions: [11]

- Adblock Plus 0.7.2.3: http://adblockplus.org/

- Auto Copy 0.6.4: http://autocopy.mozdev.org

- CustomizeGoogle 0.55: http://www.customizegoogle.com/

- Gmail Manager 0.5.3: http://www.longfocus.com/firefox/gmanager/

- Image Zoom 0.2.7: http://imagezoom.yellowgorilla.net/

- Java Console 6.0: http://www.google.com/search?q=Firefox%20Java%20Console

- MinimizeToTray 0.0.1.2006102615+: http://minimizetotray.mozdev.org/

- MR Tech Local Install 5.3.2.1: http://www.mrtech.com/extensions/local_install/

- NoScript 1.1.4.5.061206: http://noscript.net

- SlimSearch 0.1.8: http://florin.myip.org/soft/slimsearch/

- VideoDownloader 1.1.1: http://videodownloader.net/

VLC instead of Windows Media Player

http://www.videolan.org/

and there are many others...................

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Hi just have a look at Ryanvm website and it's very easy to use. Now my question is whether I could just download the latest 2.1.5a pack and integrate using nlite or I need to separately integrate the pack using Ryanvm integrator and then use nlite to do other tweaks and unattended installation?

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Yes you can use nlite. There are nlite integration instructions on the page where you download ryanvm's update pack. Look near the bottom. If you have a problem with ryanvm's pack he will not support it if you used nlite to integrate it, but thats why we are here in the nlite forum! Go ahead and try that and see if you get the problem still.

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Hi after tried Ryanvm update pack the same problem still exists. If I integrate IE7 I still have problem with file protection and if I exclude it then everything works fine. But I found something very interesting here, I tried to integrate updates pack first without IE7 and then integrate IE7 by itself and surprisingly windows doesn't have any file protection problem at all. Why? Any idea? Please have a look at my attached "LAST SESSION.INI" files.

LAST SESSION 1 is when I integrate updates pack without IE7 and put in all settings and tweaks. LAST SESSION 2 is when I integrate IE7 only. LAST SESSION is when I integrate updates pack and IE7 simultaneously and always troubled by windows file protection.

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