Thanks for reporting
Please let me have a look at the log files, the latest one is in WinSetupFromUSB\WinSetupFromUSB.log and the older ones are archived in WinSetupFromUSB\backup\$date$-$time$-log.cab
I would need all these log files. Please put them in a zip file and either upload it on a file sharing server such as http://www.mediafire.com/
, or attach it to your next post if size is small enough.
Please add DOSNET.INF from your unattended windows\I386 folder too, the problem is most likely in parsing it.
This is my boot.ini on my USB. From the FAQ it says to amend it but i dont know how as grub says hal.dll is in (hd1,1).
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Second part of XP Professional setup from hd 0 part 1" /FASTDETECT
You should be using partition 2 in your case, no matter that the first partition is hidden, it's still partition 1 and windows goes on partition 2.
Forget about C,D etc., those are not number of partitions and are used rather for user's convenience, than describing exactly your partitioning.
Simply change partition(1) to partition(2) in both lines
and "hd 0 part 1" to "hd 0 part 2".
BTW for grub4dos numbering partition numbers start from 0, so (hd1,1) means second hard disk (USB is first), second partition.
In Windows disk numbering starts from 0 too, but partition numbers from 1. harddisk1\partition2 means second hard disk, second partition. ARC path for that would be rdisk(1)partition(2).
If you hold the mouse over partition or disk boxes in the GUI part of this information is displayed.
Edited by ilko_t, 29 October 2008 - 12:23 AM.