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Windows could not configure one or more system components..


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Kahenraz

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I am attempting to build an updated ISO of Windows 7 SP1 x64. I am using the "Windows 7 Professional SP1 Media Refesh x64" iso as a base with the following updates slipstreamed with WinToolkit 1.5.3.5:

 

http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=ZUZ4gdeD

 

These updates were obtained through Alphawaves' Downloader which is built into WinToolkit.

 

Upon installation on a VMWare image, I receive the following error:

 

 

 

Windows could not configure one or more system components. To install Windows, restart the computer and then restart the installation.

 

I only receive this error after building a slipstreamed disc. I would attempt to narrow down which update is causing the problem but considering it takes over three hours to integrate all of these updates, is very challenging.

 

Can anyone provide some insight on this?


Edited by Kahenraz, 20 December 2014 - 06:36 AM.



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Still trying to narrow this down. The problem seems to be one of these:

 

Windows6.1-KB2524840-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2525835-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2526629-v3-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2529781-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2529825-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2533623-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2535094-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2535158-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2537203-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2538047-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2539513-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2545561-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2545698-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2545735-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2546868-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2547666-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2549067-v2-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2549079-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2550648-v2-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2551090-v2-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2551687-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2554231-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2554859-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2554876-v2-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2555189-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2555392-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2555948-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2559392-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2560289-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2560656-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2564958-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2566314-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2570947-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2574819-v2-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2575866-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2575928-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2577968-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2578214-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2579686-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2581608-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2581690-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2582679-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2584475-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2584577-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2589154-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2591271-v2-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2591500-v3-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2591857-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2592687-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2594586-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2598845-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2600100-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2603203-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2603229-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2604115-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2607047-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2614892-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2615327-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2616386-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2616879-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2618301-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2618535-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2618640-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2618752-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2619082-x64.msu
Windows6.1-KB2619260-v2-x64.msu


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A way to narrow the list down would be to split the list in half.  Try to integrate just the first half.  If no errors, repeat the integration on the same initial source with only the second half of the list.  Once you have determined which half of the list has the problem continue the experiment in the same way by splitting the "bad" half in half again.  It will be very boring time consuming work, but it should allow you to find the problem.

 

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Yes, that's what I'm doing.  :zzz:






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