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    i made a nlite version based on the settings from post #28 and windows mediaplayer will not play any mp3's, it says its missing a codec and when it looks online it says cannot find codec and something about 55. this is with wmp version 10 and i have the updated codecs, does this have something to do with the nlite settings?

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    You need to download an fraunhofer's mp3 codec. Go to start,control panel, sounds and audio devices (classic view), click hardware, then highlight audio codecs, then click properties, then click the properties tag. This is the list of the audio codecs if fraunhofers IS Mpeg Layer 3 isn't listed then you need to download the codec.

    Edit: there's a link somewhere on this forum that leads to the download its kind of a pain to find.


    EDIT2: found the link MP3 Codec
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    Tried using the .ini settings on this thread - post # 28. Using previous version of nLite .9.9.8.

    Tried many ways to bring those settings into nLite. No fargin luck.

    So I just went through the process to make a new image .Removed a ton of stuff and tweaked the image the way I wanted. I used the settings in the posted .ini as a guide.

    Made ISO image no problem . Burned to CD - no problem. Imaged it onto my desktop system and it boots beautifully, imaged to 2.5 " drive and attempted to boot mt Epia M10000 board. Never enters Windows XP. Just ,loops before the Loading Win XP screen and then reboots. Tried SAFE MODE to see how far it gets and it bombs while loading Mup.sys or on the component directly after that. Have tried numerous remedies that I found on the Internet including- reset Bios- load default :safe settings. remove battery to reset Bios- expanded new Mup.sys from Win XP CD to the appropriate directory. Reimaged with the same image...
    Tried another 2.5 " drive w Win 2000 full and it boots no problem (boards fine)

    Tried a chkdsk /p on the C drive and had it fix any issues.

    What fixes this issue? Dont say make another nLite image as that takes quite some time.

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    look at the .ini file you created and compair it to the one listed here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbochris
    look at the .ini file you created and compair it to the one listed here.
    My image removes exactly the same things as the .ini posted in post # 28! The Via Epia Board boots the Windows 2000 image that I have on another 2.5 " drive no problem. So I just imaged that drive (thinking maybe a virus in the boot sector of the other drive) -same issue.

    Made new image and removed even less - burned it to the drive - same issue. Took a working Full XP hard drive that works in a desktop system beautifully and tried to boot the VIA Epia M1000 and SAME ISSUE???

    What the Epia M10000 does not like Windows XP??? Surely there are those that have that board and run XP. Im sure of it!

    So full imaged Win XP installs will not boot with this board. Changed the IDE cable just for grins - same deal. Swapped out the stick of RAM for another - same deal!

    God damit! S olutions on the web are not working

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    I know you said you changed the IDE cable

    I know you said you changed the IDE cable, but with the same type? I had the exact same problem to this, but with a CF card booting on my MII 12000. Stop and reboot at mup, followed all the instructions on the net for this problem...no luck.

    Bought different IDE to CF card, swapped cables etc, no luck....

    Also running chkdsk would show heaps of errors.

    Until, instead of using normal IDE cables, I swapped out for one of the higher density cables (not exactly sure what you call these IDE cables, just appears to be more wires in the ribbon).

    This fixed the problem first go. You will just need to reimage the drive to make it work.

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by tHeSmUrF
    I know you said you changed the IDE cable, but with the same type? I had the exact same problem to this, but with a CF card booting on my MII 12000. Stop and reboot at mup, followed all the instructions on the net for this problem...no luck.

    Bought different IDE to CF card, swapped cables etc, no luck....

    Also running chkdsk would show heaps of errors.

    Until, instead of using normal IDE cables, I swapped out for one of the higher density cables (not exactly sure what you call these IDE cables, just appears to be more wires in the ribbon).

    This fixed the problem first go. You will just need to reimage the drive to make it work.

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers
    Mark
    Thanks for reading and contributing!

    I swapped out for a higher density IDEa cable - flat one that is used in Intel Servers . Reimaged drive on desktop system that may or may not have one of those high denisty cables?


    Same deal - Still gettting Mupped! I am getting Mupped in the cornholio!!

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    OK - check off - Flashed BIOS with the latest BIOS from VIA's site - version
    I0100116 using the Award Flash utility- flash went well!

    Threw jumper and reset BIOS as well.

    Still getting Mupped. I am getting FUDD-Mupped!

    "Begone oh sacred mup , I bansih the' from my Via Epia M10000 motherboard "

    Banish the MUP! Banish the MUP!!! Banish the MUP!!!

    Can you tell I am willing to try anything at this point?

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    Well - Looks like I solved it!

    I was creating the image on a desktop system by booting up with the Image CD in the drive and then imaging it. Then I would extract the hard drive and install it in my car computer setup and it would give me the issue with MUP.sys. Finally I just went and got a new CD Rom drive and hooked it up to the carputer setup and imaged right from that to the hard drive.

    This worked and allowed me to install the nLited version of XP to the hard drive and then boot up normally.

    Since this issue was not present with Windows 2000 then I have a very , very strong feeling that it has to do with XP's built in hardware detection that determines if hardware has changed radically from what it was installed upon. That way Microsoft can really cut down on people just swapping XP hard drives into systems at random without purchasing a new and legal copy of the Operating System...

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    So my nLited Windows XP system pruned is using 829 Meg total with all the drivers for the VIA Epia M10000 - How about others?

    I am sure this is not the best -How about others sizes?

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