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#1 ayma

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Posted 3 days ago

Hi guys. I need help about filedisk win7.vhd

 

My old pc vin7.vhd and ramdisk was working well but i have changed my pc to HP and it has no options ide achi etc modes in bios all is usb3.0 intel 7 gen.

 

I have created win7.vhd and ramdisk with VHD_W7C_85.exe tools. When i boot win7.vhd im getting bluescreen after loading screen done. i think it needs usb 3.0 drivers when bootup vhd filedisk. i have tried to install usb 3.0 drivers with vm but fails. looked many of docs but didnt work for me.

 

1. Same win7.vhd to Ramdisk works fine but only usb ports doesnt work.

2. Win7.vhd file disk getting bluescreen error after loading screen pass.

 

Can you help me to make my win7.vhd work on new pc with usb 3.0 drivers. Any solition for it?

 



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Posted 3 days ago

Windows 10 has build-in support for booting VHD from USB 3.0 

 

Attached File  Win10_Install.pdf   659.52KB   21 downloads   Attached File  VHD_WIMBOOT.pdf   1023.46KB   3 downloads

 

 
I think Windows 7 and booting VHD from USB 3.0 will not work ....


#3 ayma

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Posted 3 days ago

 

 

Windows 10 has build-in support for booting VHD from USB 3.0 

 

 
 
I think Windows 7 and booting VHD from USB 3.0 will not work ....

 

Really :) 

One more question. How can i make small size like 6 gb win10.vhd + ramdisk as windows7.vhd?

and thaks for reply :)



#4 alacran

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Posted 3 days ago

On your 7 VHD you may try this: http://reboot.pro/to...for-win7-vista/

 

I suggest you better make a new Win10 VHD:

 

For filedisk booting make a Win10 Compact install VHD: http://reboot.pro/to...-mode-installs/

 

Or for filedisk booting and also Ramboot make a Win10 Wimboot install VHD: http://reboot.pro/to...vhd/?hl=wimbootand http://reboot.pro/to...ram/?hl=wimboot

 

And to compress your Wimboot VHD to load it faster on Ram you can use: http://reboot.pro/fi...lz4-compressor/

 

To make the Wimboot or Compact install almost automatically you can use wimb's tool: http://reboot.pro/fi...-for-os-in-vhd/

 

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Posted 3 days ago

One more question. How can i make small size like 6 gb win10.vhd + ramdisk as windows7.vhd?

 

 

Before anything else you can use USB_FORMAT to prepare USB portable SSD:

0. USB Format Tool - Make Bootable USB Drive with MBR and 2 Partitions - active FAT32 Boot Drive + NTFS System Drive

 

1. WinNTSetup - Fresh Install Win10x64 with Compact:XPRESS4K mode in VHD fixed 25GB located on internal SSD / harddisk

2. VHD_WIMBOOT - Capture WimBoot mode 25 GB VHD and Copy WIM file to Wimboot folder on NTFS 2nd partition of USB

3. Create FILEDISK - VHD_WIMBOOT -  Apply WIM with Compact LZX mode in VHD 25 GB located on NTFS System Drive of USB Portable SSD 

4. Create RAMDISK - VHD_WIMBOOT -  Apply WIM with WimBoot        mode in VHD 3.9 GB located on NTFS System Drive of USB Portable SSD

5. Internet Off (disconnect LAN cable) - Boot in MBR BIOS mode via F8 menu from USB - Boot Manager Menu with 3.9 GB VHD as FILEDISK

6. Install of SVBus driver - use R-mouse menu to Run as admin file instx64.exe of SVBus bin folder -  Driver for booting from RAMDISK

7. Boot Normal  - VHD_WIMBOOT - select 3.9 GB VHD and use Make Boot button to make Grub4dos entry for booting from RAMDISK

8. Reboot in               MBR BIOS mode from USB and select in Grub4dos Menu your 3.9 GB VHD on USB for booting from RAMDISK 

9. Reboot in UEFI Or MBR BIOS mode from USB and select in BootManager Menu    25 GB VHD on USB for booting     as FILEDISK

 

Attached File  VHD_WIMBOOT.pdf   1023.46KB   11 downloads   Attached File  Win10_Install.pdf   659.52KB   29 downloads



#6 ayma

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Posted A day ago

Thanks guys. i have done all and vhd works well but im getting windows/sytem32/driverstore/filerepository/urschipidea.inf_amd64_64_86da23c455846f41/urschipidea.sys

status: 0xc0000225

the operating system couln't be loaded becouse a critical system driver missing or contains errors. error after load RAMDISK.

But the same vhd file works well. 

Any solition for it?



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Posted 20 hours ago

Thanks guys. i have done all and vhd works well but im getting windows/sytem32/driverstore/filerepository/urschipidea.inf_amd64_64_86da23c455846f41/urschipidea.sys

status: 0xc0000225

the operating system couln't be loaded becouse a critical system driver missing or contains errors. error after load RAMDISK.

But the same vhd file works well. 

Any solition for it?

 

In my case urchipidea.sys driver is present in the DriverStore, but is not installed in System32\drivers

It means my hardware does not make use of the driver.

 

In your case after booting with the mother VHD created after fresh install by WinNTSetup and located on internal harddisk 

- check if exist System32\drivers\urchipidea.sys

- Use System_Info >  Device Manager - are there devices having exclamation mark - check especially USB devices - give ScreenShot

- Use System_Info > Save HWIDs and attach the result MY-PC_HWIDs_Info.txt

 

What is the WOF Status of System32\drivers\urchipidea.sys in your mounted 3.9 GB VHD ?

Download and use WOF_Compress to determine WOF Status - More Info: WOF_Compress - use WOF_Compress_Trusted.cmd

 

On booting from USB:

- use other USB connector - preferred is connect straight to motherboard USB connector

- use cold reboot - it means first switch off and disconnect from the mains and press switch on button to empty RAM memory

What kind of USB Device are you using ?






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