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Posted on 2012-03-23
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I have used nlite for years. I am now using nlite v 1.4.91. After inserting my drivers, I then make my iso and make my bootable usb, using winToFlash.

I then try to boot but then I get this message issetup.sys is corrupt.

Any one know how to fix this?

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nappy_d--If all this has happened in the last few days, I suggest you use a System Restore point from a date before you made the various changes.

What are you trying to accomplish with nlite?

Is this a work or home evironment?
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I don't have an older version of nLite.  I started using the new 1.4.91 version.

I am simply adding drivers to avoid having to press F6.

I use it for both home and work.
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I figured it out.  There was a driver that was loading in txtsetup mode that was a 64bit driver.

I removed it from my custom XP nLiteOS media and all is now good.
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