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  1. I'm having an extremely weird problem when I try to install XP using a network share and WinPE 2.0. Here's what I do (even after using the fix I posted above): diskpart select disk 0 clean create partition primary active assign letter c format exit net use t: \\%sharename%\xppro <<asks for credentials...I enter them t:\ cd wkst << has an i386 folder as well as several text files used as unattended setup files. wkst32.bat %textfile%.txt Inside the wkst32.bat: @echo off SET TRACK=%1 echo %TRACK%.txt t:\i386\winnt32 /m:t:\i386\ /syspart:c: /tempdrive:c: /unattend:t:\wkst\%TRACK%.txt exit Anyway, after running this, the setup files copy correctly, then the textmode part runs correctly. Once the GUI comes up, I get the following error message: Fatal Error- SXS.DLL: Syntax error in manifest or policy file C:\$win_nt$.~ls\I386\asms\6000\MSFT\VCRTL\VCRTL.MAN on LINE 11 A component's file does not match the verification information present in the component manifest Now here's the kicker: The EXACT same source files work fine when using a variation of a DOS-based Ultimate Boot CD. The only difference is that winnt.exe is used with a wkst.bat file: @echo off SET TRACK=%1 echo %TRACK%.txt t:\i386\winnt /s:t:\i386 /t:c:\ /u:t:\wkst\%TRACK%.txt Any ideas?
  2. There is a website that hosts hotfixes that Microsoft doesn't give out publicly: In this case, you can get this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931760 from here: http://thehotfixshare.net/download/index.p...h/Windows%20XP/ Try slipstreaming this fix into your installation to avoid the registry edits.
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