Posted 17 August 2011 - 08:00 AM
Sorry I wasn't able to attach the error pic file. I'm trying to attach a pic but having hard time to do that. Please can you show the easy way to attach the error log pic
Posted 17 August 2011 - 10:33 AM
Thanks for your response. The first time when I created Win7PE complete package iso tested with Vbox I got error , ntfs file error. then I deleted every thing from build and created iso again this time it booted up with VBOX but when it loaded it just sits on blue background wallpaper thats it. I have Windows 7 Ultimate x86/64 in one dvd, as source. If source is the case then how should i point winbuilder to x86 dir, or how can i extract just part of the x86.........
Posted 17 August 2011 - 03:59 PM
OK - go back and look at some of the posts on how to debug things and to ask for help...
I downloaded this project. Created ISO. Tested with VBox after booting when it tries to laod PE get error
We need (for example) what was the error? and what system did you build it on, and what was the source? And MOST OF ALL, a debug (use the tools button to enable debug) LOG FILE.
AND almost as important - start a NEW topic thread
Posted 17 August 2011 - 08:50 PM
Didn’t know that M$ released a Win7 DVD with both x86/64. Is that true? Or is it “homemade”?
Have no clue how to extract only the x86 part as I don’t have a “combined” x86/64 source here.
Btw…in first post there is this recommendation:
"Don’t use Win7sp1 or x64 as source. If you don’t have an x86, use the Windows7enterprise trial:
Ps. Try to provide a link to the log next time…
using winSp1 (x86)as a source is no disadvantage. I tried it with the winpe_se_22_07_2011 project, but i extracted all the WIM files!!! It is much faster and no error occoured according to the post in this project's file version description. It detects all of my notebook and desktop hdd-controller's very well and the boot with cd is verry fast!
Posted 18 August 2011 - 04:54 AM
(A Win7PEx86 project with plenty of system tools.
The Project fail again, this time I downloaded win7_enterprise from Microsoft and used as source tested with VBox
Posted 18 August 2011 - 10:20 AM
My source is Win7 32bit no SP.
If i attach the drive to a Win7 64bit machine and start building, i get this error:
Attaching the drive to a Win7 32bit machine, building runs flawlessly.
I think, this is because the folder x64 is missing in Projects\Tools\Win7PE_SE, see also http://reboot.pro/14...post__p__135328
Posted 18 August 2011 - 10:41 AM
Posted 18 August 2011 - 01:01 PM
Although this is a x86 project: Have you tested with adding the x64 folder in tools?
x64 folder -> copy from where?
Posted 18 August 2011 - 01:43 PM
So, if one runs the project first on a 32 bit system and moves it then to a 64 one or vice versa, the build will fail.
Deleting the tools for the 'wrong' system version, will cause the project to recheck and download the right version.
Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:47 AM
Good job, I downloaded your recent project, this time I used win7, but this time I extracted win7 to a drive, built your project, no error. tested with VBox, booted fast, loaded fast, and windows start time is faster..........Good.......May be I'm wrong but with the Last project I learned that it was not picking up wim files properly, that's why I always got error, wim.sys is missing, no matter what I used as source.
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