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I only use IE7-WindowsXP-x86-fra.exe

No other IE7*.exe files

Strange...

Very strange...

:angry:

Here are the updates I included :

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As I said, only 1 IE7*.exe...

Edited by Dr_Z
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really You have an updates for IE7 but I don't know why its names not as my Updates PROBABLY because you are downloading the french Language

that is the updates you have for IE7 as I know:

WindowsXP-KB928090-x86-fra.exe

WindowsXP-KB929969-x86-fra.exe

sorry for the mistake. and if you want to know what updates for IE7 just run It on IE6 installed will give you error and the setup not complete

Edited by NaDer_GenKO
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So...

moving these 2 updates did not work

I did a "normal install" of XP, and then watched WU work.

I've put the hotfixes in the same order as win took them on the internet, and now it works.

I still don't know which hotfix made it fail, but now it's ok.

Many thanks ! :thumbup

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Just to share, I have had no problems with nlite until recently. And after troubleshooting I found out that its the SATA/RAID drivers. Without integrating them everything else works as a charm.

I have done it so many times before and no problems. Is it a bug with the latest nlite version? (nLite 1.3 Final) Or is the latest nForce2 system drivers by Nvidia?

Anyone else have this problem?

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well...

Let's just say it is a bug ! :blink:

It tried to make a homemade windows a few time ago.

It kept asking for windows CD frequently.

For example, everytime I was inserting a flash USB pen drive...

This means : very often !

Never found why...

I stopped using nLite after that.

My new experience is also quite strange, don't you think so ? :whistle:

Maybe there is a job as a debugger for me ! lol

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And after troubleshooting I found out that its the SATA/RAID drivers. Without integrating them everything else works as a charm.

Here, the problem is in the hotfixes page.

Even before trying to insert any driver.

I think you don't post in the good topic...

And... as an answer, i didn't face this problem, sorry

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