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Could not find EULA Agreement

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Followed the flyakite guide to make a multibooter with the cracked setupldr.bin from the sticky at the top of this forum. Now it gets into the PE environment (Does it have a proper name?) with the bluescreen, starts loading the drivers, tells me it's a 180 day trial (got it from M$) then when I press enter to "Install Windows" it says cannot find the EULA Agreement, press enter to reboot.

I wonder if I accidentally deleted the file whiles creating my 3ENT folder or something or is it a problem when dong this to 2k3? If it is a missing file can I just insert it back in?

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Should the sourcepath point to directory where you copied entire XP disc e.g. "\SETUP\" (D:\AIODVD\SETUP\)

or to its i386 subfolder "\SETUP\I386" (D:\AIODVD\SETUP\I386\)

path in bracket is only for showing structure and is not written in txtsetup.sif

can eula be bypassed?

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Path should point to the folder containing I386 followed by a '\'

Ex: OS installation is in MCE2005

ROOT

---OS

----XP

-----MCE2005

------I386

SetupSourcePath would be...

SetupSourcePath ="\OS\XP\MCE2005\"

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Thank you, still having same problem,

does both txtsetup.sif files in boot section and i386 have to be the same or do I just modify first, and leave the original in i386 folder (that's what I did)

If i knew this was so tricky i would have gone on a aligator hunting trip :P

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If you still can't get past the EULA screen, you could try setting your ISO to be an unattended installation. That's what worked for me. Also see this thread for some other tips if that doesn't work.

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