CelticWhisper Posted February 9, 2007 Share Posted February 9, 2007 When it rains, it pours.A little while ago I posted a thread about an error I received during a (would-be) unattended install wherein Windows reported that it could not find a file called "nhelper."Shortly after that error I received another error wherein Windows Media Player 10 complains about System Restore being turned off. (See attached screenshot)I'd like to be able to install without System Restore on, as I've never had to use it, but I'm not sure how to get rid of this error message.I do have a number of patches in my CMDLINES.TXT file (run from a batch file SETUP.BAT that is called from CMDLINES.TXT), one of which I suspect to be causing the problem. Unfortunately, as there are quite a many of them, it would take a while to narrow down the search. And so, I turn to the masterminds of MSFN.Has anyone else experienced this problem? If so, how did you go about fixing it or getting around it?Thanks for the help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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