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I got this error when installing Vista SP1 made with vLite 1.1.6 Final:

http://img73.imageshack.us/img73/2553/vliteerrortb6.jpg

I got curious, because I had ripped off atleast 99% same things with 1.1.6 RC without getting that error, so I decided to do a little test. I uninstalled Final version and installed RC back. Took a clean Vista SP1 image and ripped it apart, installed in virtual PC and worked fine.

Then I did the exact same thing, with the exact same last settings.ini file to the exact same clean Vista SP1 image, and it gave me that error, again. Also with vLite 1.6.1 Final I've experienced these things that didnt happen in RC:

- I didnt get this screen with vlite rc, and if I remember wrong and I did get it, it certainly didnt took as much time to finish than it did with vlite final

http://img73.imageshack.us/img73/3507/vliteerror2ls5.jpg

- I didnt get this screen either with vlite rc

http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/8016/vlitetq7.jpg

Did I do something wrong, or is there something wrong with vlite? I've attached last settings.ini file to this post so someone can take a look at it, if they want to.

Edit: I'm running Windows XP Professional x86 with SP3, if its relevant

Last_Session.ini

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I got this error when installing Vista SP1 made with vLite 1.1.6 Final:

http://img73.imageshack.us/img73/2553/vliteerrortb6.jpg

I got curious, because I had ripped off atleast 99% same things with 1.1.6 RC without getting that error, so I decided to do a little test. I uninstalled Final version and installed RC back. Took a clean Vista SP1 image and ripped it apart, installed in virtual PC and worked fine.

Then I did the exact same thing, with the exact same last settings.ini file to the exact same clean Vista SP1 image, and it gave me that error, again. Also with vLite 1.6.1 Final I've experienced these things that didnt happen in RC:

- I didnt get this screen with vlite rc, and if I remember wrong and I did get it, it certainly didnt took as much time to finish than it did with vlite final

http://img73.imageshack.us/img73/3507/vliteerror2ls5.jpg

- I didnt get this screen either with vlite rc

http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/8016/vlitetq7.jpg

Did I do something wrong, or is there something wrong with vlite? I've attached last settings.ini file to this post so someone can take a look at it, if they want to.

Edit: I'm running Windows XP Professional x86 with SP3, if its relevant

1st Error screen:problem with winload.exe(windows loader)

2nd Error screen:you slipstreamed SP1 with vlite?

3rd Error screen:vlite v.1.1.6 RC did not have option to remove NET Framework and Final version added this option.Do not remove NET Framework and see if the 3rd error occurs now.

Also your attached INI is the vlited build with RC.Can you attach the Final one?.

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1st Error screen:problem with winload.exe(windows loader)

2nd Error screen:you slipstreamed SP1 with vlite?

3rd Error screen:vlite v.1.1.6 RC did not have option to remove NET Framework and Final version added this option.Do not remove NET Framework and see if the 3rd error occurs now.

Also your attached INI is the vlited build with RC.Can you attach the Final one?.

1. Yup

2. Yup, but that screen still didnt show up when I did the file with RC

3. its not really an error, it starts going through 61 211 files, .net framework just happened to be there when I took the screenshot. I probably should've mentioned that earlier

I used the same INI file, but even when I ripped it apart manually with vlite final, I got the same error. But just to be sure, here's the INI by vLite final. I installed image made by that ini file, just to make sure, but I still got the winload.exe error.

Edit: Looked at the wrong row. Could it be going haywire because I integrated SP1 with RC, and ripped it apart with final?

Last_Session.ini

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  • 3 weeks later...

yeah i have exactly the same issue as above and it seems something has gone terribly wrong. I have also kept getting the stupid winload.exe missing or corrupt message. the final versio nseems more problems than RC

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