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Can we use nlite software to create a Vista unattended cd.

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Hi,

Can we use nlite software to create a Vista unattended cd.
If not then what are the alternative free software?
As vista comes with a DVD nlite asks for the i386 path
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Sharath
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Anthony Russo earned 500 total points
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nlite for Vista is called vlite

Get it here: http://www.vlite.net/

Good luck,

Anthony
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