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I have used options to change the paths, as follows:

Windows to D:\Windows

Program Files to F:\Program Files

Temp to I:\

During initial process of Installation, Windows Setup stated that "Could not create folde \D:"

in MS Virtual PC and even real time installation in a PC.

Then Copied new WinXP Setup and used nLite on it with the above stated (same as old) preferences; then tried with in MS Virtual PC and recieved the Same Error.

Then tried to find the line(s) wherever \D: is located, instead D:\ which is supposed to be;

it's was available in TXTSETUP File as,

[setupData]

SetupSourcePath = "\"

MajorVersion = 5

MinorVersion = 1

DefaultPath=\D:\WINDOWS

I have changed the above to,

[setupData]

SetupSourcePath = "\"

MajorVersion = 5

MinorVersion = 1

DefaultPath=D:\WINDOWS

and

Still the same error remains during installation on MS Virtual PC.

I am a newbie, help me!!!

LAST_SESSION.INI

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Then tried to find the line(s) wherever \D: is located, instead D:\ which is supposed to be;

it's was available in TXTSETUP File as,

[setupData]

SetupSourcePath = "\"

MajorVersion = 5

MinorVersion = 1

DefaultPath=\D:\WINDOWS

I have changed the above to,

[setupData]

SetupSourcePath = "\"

MajorVersion = 5

MinorVersion = 1

DefaultPath=D:\WINDOWS

and

Still the same error remains during installation on MS Virtual PC.

I am a newbie, help me!!!

Did you remake your ISO after you did this change? MS Virtual PC won't pick it up if you did not remake the ISO after making even this minor change.

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