aittersu

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  1. Diagnostics show no errors. It is a hitachi disk in a Lenovo R61 laptop. I also tried a BIOS update, with no result and after that i tried changing the SATA mode from AHCO to Compatibility mode, also with no result. I gave up, it seems like this laptop cannot be imaged with ImageX.
  2. We just made a backup of the data with ghost. That was slow, but it finally worked. After that we restored the ghost image to another computer. And on that computer we tried to make an image file again. The strange thing is, that this worked normally and also very fast. So the problem must have something to do with the specific computer. We already performed a chkdsk /R on drive D:. This results in no errors. Also the eventviewer does not show any errors. Defragmentation is also done, no prblems. On drive D:, we have 15 GB free space. Conclusion: at the moment we still do nog have an idea about the solution here Any help would be appreciated.
  3. Yes, these files do exist on the system. We start the computer with WinPE 3.0, which is booted from PXE. Once WinPE is started, we start the capture. The image is written to a networklocation. The amount of memory on the system is 1.97 GB. Any ideas already?
  4. Hello, I posted the command line output below. The file that is mentioned is a different one every time. Hopefully this helps.. ImageX Tool for Windows Copyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved. Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Files/folders excluded from image capture by default: \$windows.~bt \$windows.~ls \winpepge.sys \Windows\CSC \Recycled \Recycler \$Recycle.Bin\* \System Volume Information \pagefile.sys \hiberfil.sys Turning on VERIFY option for network share Scanning files and directories... [ 0% ] Capturing progress [ 1% ] Capturing progress [ ERROR ] d:\08-474\Meetplan voor praktijkproeven met BWF3000 versie 4 20081128.doc (Error = 2) Error imaging drive [d:\] The system cannot find the file specified.
  5. Hello, We are planning the deployment of Windows 7 and currently have Windows XP installed on our computers. The idea is that we make a backup (is nessesary) of the Windows XP installation using ImageX. In a lot of cases this works fine and we can extract files from the WIM file using 7-zip. However, sometimes is seems not possible to capture a drive. We receive Error = 2 The system cannot find the file specified. We already tried a chkdsk /R on the drive, but this gives no solution. We do see "Large file records" while running chkdsk, but we are not sure is this has something to do with the problem. Has anyone experienced this problem before or has anyone got an idea about the solution? Kind regards, Aittersu
  6. Hi, Although this message is from a long time ago, we do have these problems as well. The message with ImageX is Error = 2 : The file specified cannot be found. Is there a good way to find out what is exactly causing this problem? We have one partition which cannot be captured with ImageX. It fails every time, with different files. Can it be that this has something to do with large filenames? On the drive we are capturing, there are a lot of files which are stored in folders with long file names and also the files themselves have very long file names. Does anyone have a good explanation for this Error 2 with ImageX?
  7. I integrated SP3 to my XP i386 source, and now also added WMP11 using the WMP 11 integrator, but I receive two errors: Setup cannot copy the file wmdrmsdk.dll And after that another error: mfplat.dll Is this related to SP3? Does someone have a solution for this? I use winnt.exe to start the setup from a DOS boot environment.
  8. Hi, For winnt.exe, the $OEM$ need to be a subfolder of I386.
  9. I got an error: Setup cannot copy the file wmdrmsdk.dll And after that another error: mfplat.dll So this one isn't working as well. Anyone else with good ideas?
  10. Hi, I,m trying to integrate WMP11 on a Windows XP SP3 installation source. I used Nlite 1.4.5 in combination with WMP 11 slipstreamer 1.2. During the installation, I get "setup cannot copy the file rsop.mof". After that, also some other files cannot be found. Has anyone got a solution for this problem?
  11. Mh, that's no integration then, litteraly speaking I think it would be important to find out why integration of addons installed via .inf file is not possible nymore. And nuhi's advice to switch off sfc (nlite dosfc option i suppose) does not work at all. There is still a sp3.cat on the system and I suppose it is used though having set the above option and put that driversign=ignore policy in unattend.txt. the sfc_os.dll was replaced by nlite correctly too. Dunno where the corresponding registry key to switch it of is set.. The silliy thing is that all addons and "enlitements" worked fine without sp3 Now having used nlite that modifies some inf and cab files, some of the os components (not removed) are not copied obviously resulting in a broken OS Hi tekkie, Have you already managed to find a solution? You can try to add the following to $$rename.txt?: Hello all. My problem with the winnt.exe installation after SP3 integration is completely fixed with the following additions to $$rename.txt: I did not modify txtsetup.sif. [\WINDOWS\System32\WBEM] evtgprov.dll = "CmdEvTgProv.dll" evtgprov.mof = "CmdEvTgProv.mof" Napprov.mof = "NapClientProv.mof" NapSchem.mof = "napclientschema.mof" [\WINDOWS\System32\] msjetol1.dll = "msjetoledb40.dll" class_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\WINDOWS\Resources\Themes\Luna\] Luna.mst = "luna.msstyles" [\windows\Resources\Themes\Luna\Shell\Metallic\] metal_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\windows\Resources\Themes\Luna\Shell\Homestead\] home_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\windows\Resources\Themes\Luna\Shell\NormalColor\] blue_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\windows\Media] XPBalln.wav = "Windows XP Balloon.wav" XPBatCrt.wav = "Windows XP Battery Critical.wav" XPBatLow.wav = "Windows XP Battery Low.wav" XPCrtStp.wav = "Windows XP Critical Stop.wav" XPDef.wav = "Windows XP Default.wav" XPDing.wav = "Windows XP Ding.wav" XPError.wav = "Windows XP Error.wav" XPExcl.wav = "Windows XP Exclamation.wav" XPHdFail.wav = "Windows XP Hardware Fail.wav" XPHdInst.wav = "Windows XP Hardware Insert.wav" XPHdRem.wav = "Windows XP Hardware Remove.wav" XPInfBar.wav = "Windows XP Information Bar.wav" XPLogoff.wav = "Windows XP Logoff Sound.wav" XPLogon.wav = "Windows XP Logon Sound.wav" XPMenu.wav = "Windows XP Menu Command.wav" XPMin.wav = "Windows XP Minimize.wav" XPNotify.wav = "Windows XP Notify.wav" XPBlkPop.wav = "Windows XP Pop-up Blocked.wav" XPPrint.wav = "Windows XP Print complete.wav" XPRecycl.wav = "Windows XP Recycle.wav" XPRestor.wav = "Windows XP Restore.wav" XPRingin.wav = "Windows XP Ringin.wav" XPRngout.wav = "Windows XP Ringout.wav" XPShutdn.wav = "Windows XP Shutdown.wav" XPStart.wav = "Windows XP Start.wav" XPStartU.wav = "Windows XP Startup.wav" After that, I can install XP with SP3 integrated. But I also wanted to integrate WMP11, and i get similat errors again (rsop.mof not found, napclientprov.mof not found, etc...). I was wondering if you have a solution already. I also start the windows installation with a NDIS client and Winnt.exe.
  12. Hello all. My problem with the winnt.exe installation after SP3 integration is completely fixed with the following additions to $$rename.txt: I did not modify txtsetup.sif. [\WINDOWS\System32\WBEM] evtgprov.dll = "CmdEvTgProv.dll" evtgprov.mof = "CmdEvTgProv.mof" Napprov.mof = "NapClientProv.mof" NapSchem.mof = "napclientschema.mof" [\WINDOWS\System32\] msjetol1.dll = "msjetoledb40.dll" class_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\WINDOWS\Resources\Themes\Luna\] Luna.mst = "luna.msstyles" [\windows\Resources\Themes\Luna\Shell\Metallic\] metal_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\windows\Resources\Themes\Luna\Shell\Homestead\] home_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\windows\Resources\Themes\Luna\Shell\NormalColor\] blue_ss.dll = "shellstyle.dll" [\windows\Media] XPBalln.wav = "Windows XP Balloon.wav" XPBatCrt.wav = "Windows XP Battery Critical.wav" XPBatLow.wav = "Windows XP Battery Low.wav" XPCrtStp.wav = "Windows XP Critical Stop.wav" XPDef.wav = "Windows XP Default.wav" XPDing.wav = "Windows XP Ding.wav" XPError.wav = "Windows XP Error.wav" XPExcl.wav = "Windows XP Exclamation.wav" XPHdFail.wav = "Windows XP Hardware Fail.wav" XPHdInst.wav = "Windows XP Hardware Insert.wav" XPHdRem.wav = "Windows XP Hardware Remove.wav" XPInfBar.wav = "Windows XP Information Bar.wav" XPLogoff.wav = "Windows XP Logoff Sound.wav" XPLogon.wav = "Windows XP Logon Sound.wav" XPMenu.wav = "Windows XP Menu Command.wav" XPMin.wav = "Windows XP Minimize.wav" XPNotify.wav = "Windows XP Notify.wav" XPBlkPop.wav = "Windows XP Pop-up Blocked.wav" XPPrint.wav = "Windows XP Print complete.wav" XPRecycl.wav = "Windows XP Recycle.wav" XPRestor.wav = "Windows XP Restore.wav" XPRingin.wav = "Windows XP Ringin.wav" XPRngout.wav = "Windows XP Ringout.wav" XPShutdn.wav = "Windows XP Shutdown.wav" XPStart.wav = "Windows XP Start.wav" XPStartU.wav = "Windows XP Startup.wav"
  13. I found a solution!! First I replaced usetup.exe in the I386 with SMSS.exe from I386\System32. Thanks to BikingDutchman for the tip!! This already solved the problem that the correct screen resolution was not taken over from the unattend.txt. Secondly I edited I386\$oem$\$1\$$rename.txt I added the following entries: [\WINDOWS\System32\WBEM] evtgprov.dll = "CmdEvTgProv.dll" evtgprov.mof = "CmdEvTgProv.mof" Napprov.mof = "NapClientProv.mof" NapSchem.mof = "napclientschema.mof" After this the setup runs normally without quitting at the T-28 pount during the GUI Phase. Also, Security center etc works again. I still have one error in c:\windows\setuperr.log after installation: Error: Setup could not register the OLE Control C:\WINDOWS\system32\msjetoledb40.dll because of the following error: LoadLibrary returned error 126 (the specified module could not be found). *** [i/] I am working on this one, but so far it looks like the problem is solved.
  14. I noticed a difference between usetup.exe in the I386 folder and SMSS.exe in I386\System32. SMSS.exe was patches by SP3, Usetup.exe not. So i started an clientinstall and stopped the installation after the files were copied. When i look into the directory c:\$win_bt$.~bt\system32, i noticed that smss.exe that can be found there is NOT patched.... So now i replaced usetup.exe from the I386 folder with SMSS.exe from I386\System32. I started a new install, and now c:\$win_bt$.~bt\system32\SMSS.exe is indeed the patched one. Still, the effect is that napclientprov.mof is not copied, but isn't this strange?
  15. Hi BikinDutchman, In wbemoc.inf, i added the stuff about "NR's WBEM Fix AddOn for Windows XP SP3" later because i found a topic on the msfn forum, suggesting that this addition would fix the problem. This was not the case, so I think I will remove those entries again. I give it maybe another day, after that i'm going to focus on WIN PE I think Every new idea is welcome....