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#51 agni

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Posted 09 May 2010 - 01:07 PM

Does anybody know how boot Longhorn PE from a USB Drive?

This Panther deployment system uses the Longhorn PE to launch setup,but I am unable to get it to boot from usb.

More info on Longhorn PE here (without images) http://gosh.msfn.org/WinPE.htm

#52 Smokie

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Posted 18 May 2010 - 02:05 PM

is it possible to install pantherxp from usb?

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 08:44 PM

Hello all,

Comp infos:
Main comp:
Vista Home Prem. 32 bit SP2 all updates
3 gb ram
500 gb hd

VM OS:
XP Home SP3 32bit. all updates
1.5 gb ram
20 gb hd

This is the first time i have tried a custom xp os installer and am running into a error when i try and boot usa_xpsp3_x86_vl_pxp-legacy.iso in VMware Workstation / Oracle VM VirtualBox. i get the error:

"The file intelide.sys is corrupted".

I started with the PantherXP deployment kit and followed the readme to a t, and i stel get this error. I then moved the making of the install iso to the VM OS. but i stell get the same error when i try and install PantherXP. I have tested the XP Pro SP3 VLK iso and its good. Any one have any clue what im doing wrong or how i can fix this error?

Thank you for your time,
DMC

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Posted 26 March 2011 - 09:11 PM

http://thuun.boot-la...renceimage.html

#55 reboot12

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Posted 16 January 2020 - 12:05 AM

Also, I have a problem with intelide.sys in VMware:

setup.png

I built usa_xpsp3_x86_vl_pxp-legacy.iso based on this iso: en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-73974.iso

What is going on?

 

I want to make a WinXP installer based on WIM.



#56 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 16 January 2020 - 09:59 AM

Also, I have a problem with intelide.sys in VMware:

attachicon.gifsetup.png

I built usa_xpsp3_x86_vl_pxp-legacy.iso based on this iso: en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-73974.iso

What is going on?

 

I want to make a WinXP installer based on WIM.

The post just above you is the same.

Via Wayback Machine:

https://web.archive....renceimage.html

 

 

3.) Right click on Intel IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers and select "Update Driver". Use the "Advanced" and then "Don't Search" options to select Standard IDE drivers for installation. Replace all Intel IDE drivers with Standard.

 

then:

 

4.) Reboot the reference machine and run %SystemDrive%\sysprep\sysprep.cmd. When the command in done, shutdown the sealed system.

 

If the machine is sysprepped without the intelide.sys, it shouldn't be asking for it. :dubbio:

 

:duff:

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Posted 16 January 2020 - 12:30 PM

@Wonko

I can't update driver Intel IDE because I can't install the system from the usa_xpsp3_x86_vl_pxp-legacy.iso image in VMware :wacko:

Here's what I do step by step:

  1. host PC is WinXP Pro SP2 on ThinkPad X61 laptop
  2. I am extracting pantherxp_en_dk.exe to D:\PantherXP directory
  3. I am copying the x14-73974.iso content to the D:\files directory
  4. I'm building the BOOT directory using legacy_boot.cmd
  5. copying the BOOT and I386 folders to the appropriate locations in D:\Panther
  6. I perform the remaining steps described in deploy_readme.txt
  7. I am building a usa_xpsp3_x86_vl_pxp-legacy.iso image using legacy_cdimage.cmd
  8. in VMware I create a HW6 machine with USB and disconnected NIC - 1 CPU, 1GB RAM, 5GB HDD IDE
  9. in VMware machine I am mounting the usa.iso image and trying to install the system but I get the intelide.sys error at the very beginning of the TXT-Setup phase


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Posted 16 January 2020 - 09:07 PM

F..k, I made a mistake in step 5. I deleted the BOOT and I386 folders from legacy_template before copying but it seemed obvious to delete these folders if we want to build Panther based on another version of WinXP - in deploy_readme.txt explicitly says that the files in the template are from WinXP SP3

 

The legacy_boot.cmd batch file does not copy several files from I386 to BOOT folder:

  • ALIIDE.SY_
  • CMDIDE.SY_
  • INTELIDE.SY_
  • TOSIDE.SY_
  • VIAIDE.SY_

but these files are present after unpacking pantherxp_en_dk.exe in PantherXP\legacy_template\[ROOT]\BOOT

 

The legacy_boot.cmd script only copies 107 files without *IDE.SY_ but creates a list of 265 files needed in bootfiles.txt but in the BOOT directory after unpacking pantherxp_en_dk.exe there are only 117 files - maybe it's the minimum amount needed ???

 

I don't know why the author didn't add the files: ALIIDE.SY_ CMDIDE.SY_ INTELIDE.SY_ TOSIDE.SY_ VIAIDE.SY_ to the list in legacy_boot.cmd ???

 

After manually copying these five files, everything works :lol: :lol: :D

 

usa_iso_sysprep.cmd.png cleanup_ok.png wim_capture.png cdimage_panther_wim.png

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=5QYf7b-I-uQ



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Posted 4 weeks ago

I became interested in the Panther project because of the possibility of WinPE installation from the WIM image. However, I do not understand what HAL detection is all about. Is the original WinXP installer unable to detect HAL and select the right drivers? :unsure: Why use the CrystalCPUID program ??






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