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Asking For EULA

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adamsmith

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Hi,

I have tried to set up a disk but I am having a problem.

The dvd will boot and start up the set up. In the set up when is asks you to press 'enter' to start the setup, it waits a few seconds and the says it can't find the EULA (End user Licencing Agreement). This is for WinXP (SP1)

Can anyone help

Thanks

Adam Smith


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you might want to check if you've eula.txt in you i386 folder
put it, if you dont have it :)



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updownloader

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Hi ! I have the same problem (only when trying to install windows xp and windows 2003)
I have eula.txt in my i386 folder :)
What can I do ?
Thanks a lot !

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graf_morpheus09

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You must copy the EULA.TXT into your Bootfolder!!!
For example into WPRO or where your bootfiles are!
Dont drive faster as your guardian angel can fly ;-)

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updownloader

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done... but same error :-s

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qvb

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I had the problem when SetupSourcePath field in txtsetup.sif point to the wrong location. Do not forget to remove txtsetup.si_ files since it may be use instead of txtsetup.sif

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graf_morpheus09

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@updownloader

Have you copy eula.txt or move it?

You must have it in i386-folder and in your boot-folder!!

And, have you the right one? Because i hade one time the one fron XP into w2k. It doesn`t work so!

I hope, i could help :)
Dont drive faster as your guardian angel can fly ;-)

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graf_morpheus09

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I forgot!

If you change the path to your i386 folder (txtsetup.sif), before you sleapstreamed your XP, you got this error. If it is so, you must go to your txtsetup.sif and change the path again!! This is it :rolleyes:

I hope :)
Dont drive faster as your guardian angel can fly ;-)




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