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  1. I created my BartPE ISO file using UBCD4Win 3.5 along with my WinXPproSP3 CD on the Vista Home Premium system on my Acer Aspire 5520 laptop. BartPE offers a multitude of rescue apps selectable from its boot menu. One of those apps offered is "Windows XP Recovery Console." I used MultiBootISOs.exe (from the tutorial at http://www.pendrivelinux.com/boot-multiple-iso-from-usb-multiboot-usb/ ) to create a bootable USB, then added BartPE.iso and other ISOs to the Grub menu.lst configuration file which was created by MultiBootISOs.exe. All the apps within BartPE launch and work fine from the USB stick, and so do the apps I added outside of BartPE. Even the Windows Recovery Console boots OK before it bluescreens when it gets to the "Loading Windows" screen during its setup. That's the problem I'm trying to resolve. If that's not enough background I'll be happy to answer any other questions you have in regards to this issue.
  2. Sorry to dredge up an older thread but I'm new to the XP USB boot 0x0000007b BSOD, and my problems have gone from bad to worse. I've built my BartPE multi-software USB stick and all the apps on it work fine except the XP Recovery Console. I got the 0x0000007b BSOD when the XP Recovery setup got to the Loading Windows screen. A poster at the msfn.org/board offered a modified NTDETECT.COM file to fix it, but after I substituted it I got a "file iaStor.sys could not be found" error and had to abort the rest of the console setup before the Loading Windows screen had a chance to display. BTW, the IASTOR.SYS file is located in my I386/SYSTEM32/DRIVERS folder of the BartPE ISO. I'd appreciate if someone could point me to a more definitive solution to these XP setup issues. Thanks.
  3. Thanks for the input everyone. I think I'll just be patient. :-)
  4. vLite doesn't have anywhere near the number of tweaking opportunities available to nLite, so I was wondering if there's a way to insert my own tweaks via .reg files that vLite could execute near the end of the installation process. Any ideas on this issue would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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