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Inf Line Invalid - Ubcd Fails

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    Posted 04 October 2009 - 12:33 AM

    Sorry if something like this has been posted before - I really suck with the forum search here for some reason.

    In any case, I'm in no rush, I just thought I would add this to my toolbox for the future.

    I have one problem, one question and one note:

    Problem - Updated AntiVirus and AntiSpyware, created ISO, burned - utilities work but, but attempting to load the ultimate boot cd for windows yields:
    "Line 16660 of the INF file \I386\txtsetup.sif is invalid. Setup cannot continue."
    I compiled the Disc from an OEM Windows XP with SP2. I tried to compile again making no changes and the same error occurred.

    Any help on this?

    Question - Let's say I want to compile another version of the ISO but with different utilities updated than ones I have already updated - do I need to uninstall then reinstall the UBCD4Win package? The latter may seem pointless; however...

    Note - As a base, changing nothing, the compiled Disc is 695MB - updating just Super AntiSpyware and Avast - I was at 701MB. I guess this is by design...? That doesn't leave a lot of room - seems like the Disc could easily become too big for a single CD... I guess the assumption is end-users should be enabling/disabling to their preference? My thought, when it comes to an all-around like this is to have as many tools at my disposal as possible... but I suppose that's just me.

    Thanks for any help and I appreciate the work I'm sure went into this and continues to be put into it.

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      Posted 04 October 2009 - 09:27 AM

      Have you read this http://www.ubcd4win.com/faq.htm#dell It talks about Dell but is applicable to OEM CDs in general. Hvae you added any hot fixes to the source files?
      Tom K.

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