When you get the 'cannot copy file: wvblk32.sys error' - can you see a floppy disk A: or B: in the Explorer type browser (I guess not!). If you have a floppy disk drive, you could try a real floppy and comment out the map winvblock lines???
It is strange... XP must see the floppy disk image mapped by grub4dos as you can load the txtsetup.oem file, but later when it tries to copy the files from the mapped floppy drive it cannot find it - it is as though something has disconnected the mapped drive (maybe lost USB connectivity by resetting USB bus - but it should be just copying files at this stage?). Not sure what to suggest...
I make many test with many WinXP ISO's and found that error "Setup cannot copy the file: wvblk32.sys" appears if the ISO image file contains WINNT.SIF file with option OemPreinstall=Yes and/or CD label is wrong.
I test two ISO's:
- WinXP SP2 + WINNT.SIF with OemPreinstall=Yes, CD label -> VRMPVOL_PL
- WinXP SP2 without WINNT.SIF, CD label -> VX2PVOL_PL
I found similar problem: Windows XP Guest, "Setup cannot copy file vmscsi.sys"
Edited by reboot12, 12 July 2014 - 08:19 AM.