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[How-To] Use nLite

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Im starting to thing im a huge dumbass, i didnt understand that.... and i dotn have an xp cd, so i cant use it?

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Make a NEW folder and then highlight all the windows CD rom or DVD files and copy them to it

Name the foleder C:\XPCD or C:\VISTADVD and browse to it with nLite or vLite and begin customizing

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Well, simple, it came preinstaleld with my pc, jeez some of u guys are asses.

Please refrain from insulting other members, cygnus didn't mean to offend you with his question.

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Well, simple, it came preinstaleld with my pc, jeez some of u guys are asses.

Interesting. :ermm: Didn't mean to offend you, I was asking a simple question. Sarcasm is hard to express on the internet, and I don't even attempt it.

Did it come with OEM restore discs? If so, you can't use nLite unless you can get the I386 folder and all the contents of it. But also keep in mind, if you can manage to get an nLitened install disc from a retail XP disc, your going to have to get all the drivers and stuff. It becomes a real pain to get them all.

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Interesting. :ermm: Didn't mean to offend you, I was asking a simple question. Sarcasm is hard to express on the internet, and I don't even attempt it.

Did it come with OEM restore discs? If so, you can't use nLite unless you can get the I386 folder and all the contents of it. But also keep in mind, if you can manage to get an nLitened install disc from a retail XP disc, your going to have to get all the drivers and stuff. It becomes a real pain to get them all.

No, it didnt come with the 7 restore discs but i recently got them mailed to me. I can get the folders from there?

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look for C:/I386 You might be able to use that. Warning!! Copy that folder. DO NOT use the original. Something bad could happen.

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