ilko_t

How to install Windows from USB- WinSetupFromUSB with GUI

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Try with the file attached. What I did was to comment out both entries for USBBootW.exe and cnf.

It's very weird only one of them gives an error.

You would also need to comment out (put REM at front) each line mentioning USBBootW.exe in \I386\setup.cmd on the USB disk, for each source there.

Please do read next time tooltips for each element in the program you are unsure about ;)

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you mean to remove all entries related to the file from txtsetup.sif and setup.cmd ? :rolleyes:

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Lol, killer jet lag, forgot to attach the file :D

And yes for setup.cmd. Txtsetup.sif entries were already commented in the ISOs attached.

Edit: Attachment removed.

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LOL :thumbup

i will try later and will reply back with results

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everything working great! :D

only ISO XPPSP32.iso has invalid signature at first line, i see you removed by mistake .. i already corrected it .. because without that line the installation don't even start

amazing work.. thanks so much for all support ilko_t ;)

i will help to test anything you need if necessary.. i'll be around and waiting for final version.. until now this latest beta release works very good.

My BEst Regards

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Nice, removed attachments above.

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Hi guys

have just tried using the program to create a usb install for OEM version of XP, i used beta6 and had no issues creating the USB, when tested in QEMU it works fine, when the PC is booted from the USB, i get the first part of text setup, where its loading the drivers, then once gets to the screen Setup is starting windows, then i get a blank screen, just black background and nothing else, any ideas why this could be?

Cheers

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i have tested with 0.2.3 and this works passed the point i was at before, now i have a different issue, if i burn my xp dir to cd it works with out issue, when using this tool setup reports it cannot load keyboard layout kbduk.dll i think this is due to the fact that the file is not in the $WIN_NT$.~BT dir, i have tried to copy it there but its still not working

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Can you attach WinSetupFromUSB.log file found in program directory.

Try renaming migrate.inf to .bak in ~BT folder.

Are you installing from U3 USB stick?

Do you have an option in BIOS about USB keyboard? Is it disabled or enabled? What are other USB options set to? What's the motherboard or laptop model?

Similar issue:

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i will try this again on 0.2.3 with the above suggestions

The USB is a U3, but the U3 partition has been removed, the laptop is a Acer TravelMate 8371, there are no setting for USB in the BIOS

WinSetupFromUSB.rar

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ok, renaming the migrate.inf has got rid of the missing KBDUK.dll message, just running through a install now, will report back once finished

That worked 100%, thanks :)

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UBCD 5.0 can perfectly work with SysLinux mode in 1.0 beta 6.

Just to inform those who's got interested in integrating the latest UBCD.

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Thanks for reporting. It should also work as ISO, the field "PartedMagic/Ubuntu...", have you tried it?

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Not yet, I might try it later.

Any differences between these two modes?

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SysLinux option requires an extracted ISO, grub4dos compatible ISO option requires ISO file, just a bit easier.

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