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NikolaS92
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Nikola, hi, are you sure your WIM engine is working properly, for example can you mount the same image with let's say DISM, just to see if your Windows are not the issue here?
NTLite does not use DISM for mounting.

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jaclaz, it's no secret, wimgapi, comes with win7+. I just suspect his is broken somehow, saw that once during (too much) removal testing.

But it could be something else as well, we'll see.

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NikolaS92, what is your Temp drive in NTLite - File - Settings?
I mean is it pointing to a RAM drive or FAT32 volume?

If it does, please try normal drive NTFS to see if that helps.

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NikolasS92, have you installed Windows ADK ? or something related to Windows 8 which updates WIM runtimes?

i had this error too, but after removing Windows ADK it works

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Weed, that shouldn't matter, I have ADK installed as well, and I had tried NTLite on clean Windows.

We may have two different issues.

I think one way to get this is to have mounted one image edition, then trying to mount another from the same WIM with the previous one still mounted, if this is confirmed I will fix it.

Will try myself later.

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NTFS

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This appears in NTLite Log:

21.9.2014 22:22:00 - Save general settings
21.9.2014 22:22:00 - Gather image list
21.9.2014 22:22:00 -Loading general options
21.9.2014 22:22:04 Initiating image load: D:\en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677710 (Windows 7 ENTERPRISE)
21.9.2014 22:22:04 Mount dir: C:\Users\NikolaS\AppData\Local\Temp\imgMnt01
21.9.2014 22:22:04 Mounting image: D:\en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677710\Sources\install.wim (Windows 7 ENTERPRISE)
21.9.2014 22:22:05 ERROR: \\?\C:\Users\NikolaS\AppData\Local\Temp\imgMnt01\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportQueue [err = 769]
21.9.2014 22:22:05 Error 997 mounting image: D:\en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677710\Sources\install.wim
21.9.2014 22:22:05 Discarding changes - D:\en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677710\Sources\install.wim
21.9.2014 22:22:05 - Unmount image
21.9.2014 22:22:05 Deleting temp files
21.9.2014 22:22:05 #
21.9.2014 22:22:05 Error 2 at loading registry hive: ID1
21.9.2014 22:22:05 - UR
21.9.2014 22:22:05 Error: Error 18 while trying to mount: D:\en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677710\Sources\install.wim
21.9.2014 22:22:16 - Save general settings
21.9.2014 22:22:16 - Gather image list
21.9.2014 22:22:16 -Loading general options
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Ok, let's move forward then.

If you run in elevated cmd "fsutil behavior query disablecompression" does it return 0 or 1?
If it's 1, please check in regedit:

HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Policies
If NtfsDisableCompression is set to 1, try deleting it, or set to 0.
Reboot, retry loading the image.

 

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  • 4 months later...

Getting the same problem here. It's a Win 8.1 wim though.

 

I'm going to uninstall ntlite do you think you can provide a link to version 1.0.0 beta build 2420?

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tordenflesk and radiku, sorry for the delay, haven't seen this topic until now.

 

That's interesting, I cannot replicate the issue.

Please attach ntlite.log file (File-Settings-Temp) at the moment of the error.

 

Thanks for the feedback.

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