nLite: Freeware to Integrate Service Packs, Drivers and Create Unattended Bootable ISO of Windows XP

When we want to install Windows XP in a system, we need to follow lots of steps and need to enter many things like User name, product key, select partition, etc.

Wouldn't it be great if everything gets automatically entered and we need to do nothing during the installation time?

nLite is a tool for permanent Windows components removal and pre-installation Windows configuration. After removal there is an option to make bootable image ready for burning on cd or testing in virtual machines.

With nLite you will be able to have Windows installation which on install does not include, or even contain on cd, the unwanted components.

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Features

  • Slipstream Service Packs
  • Unwanted Components Removal
  • Unattended Setup
  • Driver Integration
  • Hotfixes Integration
  • Registry Tweaks
  • Services Configuration
  • Patches
  • Bootable ISO creation

nLite supports Windows 2000, XP and Server 2003 in all languages. Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions are supported. It needs Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 in order to run.

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  • Vg bhai pls reply.What should i do ta change the windows xp wellcom screen(not logon screen) by using resource hacker.Or an other software,but i want to integrate it in a windows installation cd.

  • VG

    ^^ You'll need to edit NTOSkrnl.exe file present in Windows\System32 folder.

  • Not this,ntoskrnl.Exe contains boot screen im taking about wellcom screen which come after boot screen

  • VG

    ^^ You said not logon screen, thats why I told you about boot screen. Welcome screen and login screen are same. Its resources are stored in LogonUI.exe file.

  • Thanx vg bhai

  • Vg bhai ho can we integrate custom sounds to unatendent xp.So they could replace the default sounds eg start.Wav

  • VG

    ^^ Not sure but you can try to look for their compressed files in setup folder like start.wa_ as mentioned in following article:

    http://www.askvg.com/how-to-include-your-edited-system-files-in-windows-setup/

  • How to integrate custom wallpapers using in nlite windows xp

  • VG

    ^^ You can try to put the wallpapers in Web\Wallpapers folder.

  • Should the wallpaper be in compressed formate or not

  • VG

    ^^ No. All files present in $OEM$ folder are copied automatically at installation time.

    http://www.askvg.com/how-to-include-custom-themes-in-windows-xp-mce-or-2003-setup/

  • hello,Alipedia .
    you can integrate/add custom bootscreen etc. or wallpapers IN XP UNATTENDED/UNINSTALLED CD by this method.
    FOR boot screen
    1-install win xp in any system
    2-download custom loginui.exe and regedit file or make custom.
    3-copy loginui and regedit in c drive
    4-RUN BOTH FILES
    5-NOW Copy NTOSkrnl.exe from Windows\System32 folder to any usb or another drive
    6-Create $OEM$ named folder in xp installation disk open $OEM$ folder and inside this folder create $$ named folder now open $$ folder and create SYSTEM32 named folder.
    EXAMPLE ( $OEM$/$$/sYSTEM32 )
    7-FINNALY, copy the files "loginui","regedit",and most important "NTOSkrnl.exe"
    in this folder $OEM$/$$/sYSTEM32 on xp installation disk. BURN THE DISK AND ENJOY :) .

  • FOR CUSTOM WALLPAPERS
    COPY ALL CUSTOM WALLPAPERS IN THIS FOLDER ON INSTALLATION DISK
    $OEM$\$$\Web\Wallpaper

    FOR CUSTOM LOGO IN MY COMPUTER PROPERTIES
    1- OPEN NOTEPAD
    2- TYPE FOLLOWING LINES

    [General]
    Manufacturer=

    Model=

    [Support Information]

    Line1=

    Line2=

    Line3=

    Line4=

    3-SAVE AS "OEMINFO.INI"

    4-CREATE ANY 150*100 SIZED 256 color bmp LOGO named "OEMLOGO".

    5- COPY BOTH FILES OEMLOGO AND OEMINFO IN FOLLOWING DIRECTORY IN WINDOWS INSTALLATION DISK

    $OEM$\$$\System32

  • Thank you so much for the all help and very use full Form. I am facing problem with installed trail version on my desktop. there is any way to remove the software even after format no body can find installed software details on my desktop.
    Thanks

  • VG

    ^^ Please provide more details. Did you check Add/Remove programs in Control Panel? It should contain your trial program in the list.

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