I'm working on a "barebone" version of multiPE, caused by the "competition".
And here the easiest and fastest way is to try and error by adding / deleting files in a bootable USB stick, and test the boot.
Inspite I think that the failure appears after all boot tasks, here the BCD:
(BTW: Same bad result with locale en-US)
When I build a flat target and create an ISO from it, it boots fine.
But the copy to an USB stick fails booting. The stick is prepared with rmpartusb and works fine with WIM based PEs and flat XP PEs.
When booting from the stick, according to the bcd sos option, drivers are reported as loaded. Also the correct kernel and hal are loaded.
Last loaded driver is disk.sys.
Then the screen is cleared, and a message about the used kernel apperars, including the info that bootlog is active.
After several seconds the BSOD appears with 0x0000007B.
EDIT by author: the misspelled 7F has been changed to the correct 7b
The bootlog ntbtlog.txt is not generated.
All google trials I made, did not find a remarkable solution.
Therefore @All: Please reanimate your magic crystal balls, polish them, and tell them my issue, and hopefully get a response which I can use.
Edited by pscEx, 01 December 2012 - 06:11 PM.