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About Jeroeneke

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  1. nuhi, I've got the same problem on Vista x86, a frind of mine has it too (dunno what he removed and what not) I've checked IIS in the compability screen but now it won't install. I've removed TabletPC but kept Snipping Tool, so I don't know what causes the problem! Here is my Last Session.ini file: ; vLite preset file [Information] Version = 1.1 beta on 2.0.50727.42 Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Target = Windows Vista BUSINESS 32-bit [Compatibility] Aero Glass Internet Explorer Internet Information Services Scanners and Cameras [Components] ;# Accessories # Accessibility Sp
  2. I manually format my hard drive. The problem is solved now. I downloaded the ultimate boot cd, checked my HD if it had any errors but it hadn't. I then used one of the partition tools on the CD to create my partitions and than Vista installed like it should! Strange problem, I guess there was something wrong with my partition table (though I did a chkdsk/fixmbr) Thanks annyways
  3. My answer file causes the problem! Without it I was able to install Vista on my laptop! Let's hope somebody knows what causes it, I'll try to search what it is ...
  4. Just found out that Partitionmagic isn't able to read my partitions guess that's the problem! I'll reformat one of these days and I'll report here if it worked or not, but I guess it will
  5. Yep I know, all other Vista versions are removed! I use INDEX and 1, which should work (and works!) No problem on VMWare, only native :s
  6. Yeah, I checked all topics that had something about this error code, everything is right in my xml file (as far as I know) I've changed the index to name, and the value I used was "Windows Vista BUSINESS" but that didn't work because of the (vLite) that has to come in the name. I had to select my version, did that and than got the same error when trying to install on my HD I don't have this problem in VMware, kinda weird, isn't it ?! Could it be caused by some components that I have removed in vLite ? I've removed almost everything my iso is 650MB
  7. I've been creating a Vista image the last days! Works great in VMWare but no go native on my system! It's the second time I'm creating a Vista image for my laptop, but because of no time I did not keep my first attempt (which did work). I've vLited my ISO to about 650MB, used my old answerfile, but no go.. I still get this problem! I can not replace the HD because it's a laptop with a SATA disk, and I'm not planning to buy another SATA disk to just test this crap... So is there anybody able to help me ? I've googled for this error but I didn't find anything usefull or something that works for
  8. using orca go into the InstallExecuteSequence table and drop the row QuickTimePreInstallMSIProc shark Thanks mate, that did the trick! Though I'll still use your installer for my silent installations
  9. Hi! Thanks in first place, I've been using your installer since 7.1 now! Got to know it from somebody at the dutch tweakers.net site! Anyway, I'm curious how you created this installer ? I've been playing with it some time ago but it didn't work for me! I guess you also used Orca to edit the msi, bu could you say what you've changed ? I would like to create my own installer, not that yours isn't good enough, but I like to know what has been edited + I want an installerer with the user interface, as I use it also to install non-silently! Thanks in advance, Jeroen. (PS: you can PM me the info to
  10. Strange...my key didn´t work in unattended instalation...and i don´t know to skip the key. I also can't install without a key (I haven't got one at the moment, it should be here every minute...) I think it is impossible to skip the key part if you don't have one.. unless we find the guy that was able to... it isn't such a big problem, the only disadvantage is taht I'll have to wait to continu till I hace a key
  11. I fixed the error by copying the complete WinPE part of this file: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=610296 The only thing left is that I'm not able to install without a key... There are some problems with my MSDNAA account (for everybody of my school), we're waiting already more than a month on Vista keys...
  12. Thx, it was done so by WSIM... :s I've already noticed WSIM puts everyhting in the oposite order ... EDIT: nope, still the same error! I also get this error with the original image of Vista... I guess it's something else ?
  13. I did what you described and it should be correct now, but it didn't work neither. I'm thinking about testing my answer file on an original (non- vLited) copy of Vista. this is the answer file i've tested with: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend"> <settings pass="windowsPE"> <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Setup" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.or
  14. Can you give an example of /IMAGE/NAME ? the help file included in WAIK doesn't give that much information...
  15. This error comes up before the installation even begins... when you should get the screen to click install (first screen you get) this pops up, so I don't get anything. Clicking "OK" just reboots my VM.. I will add the install from key and test it! thx!
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