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habys

error with multi-boot cd..

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I've searched the forums but haven't found any similar problems..

I have images of each version of XP

home oem

home retail

pro oem

pro retail

pro vlk

all images updated to current with hotfixes.

all images install and work correctly on their own in a virtual machine.

after following flyakite.msfn.org's method to make a multi-cd, i get missing file errors on all images except home retail.

during the file copying section of setup I get errors saying these files are missing:

acluiP.hlp

admtoolP.chm

certmgrP.chm

cmconP.chm

cpanelp.chm

diskmgtp.chm

displayp.chm

findp.chm

glosp.chm

ipsecP.chm

mpconP.chm

ntartP.chm

ntcmdsP.chm

nwdocP.chm

pwrmnp.chm

smlgcfgP.chm

sysdmp.chm

sysmonP.chm

taskbarp.chm

taskmgrp.chm

tcpipp.chm

windp.chm

wpaP.chm

per_intr.swf

per_intr.txt

per_nav.swf

per_nav.txt

per_seg1.swf

per_seg1.txt

per_seg2.swf

per_seg2.txt

per_seg3.swf

per_seg3.txt

per_seg5.swf

per_seg5.txt

tourP.exe

xptht07P.jpg

xptht12P.js

xptht22p.css

cpanel_p.chq

defltp.inf

dpup.inf

filefldp.chm

howtop.chm

hschelpp.chm

ipseconP.chm

miscp.chm

netcfgp.chm

ntdefP.chm

passwrdp.chm

printp.chm

sr_uiP.chm

startoc.dll

startoc.inf

sysrestP.chm

update1P.chm

whatnewP.chm

wind_p.chq

networkp.chm

useract.chm

xptht??P.htm

they seem to be mostly help files, I can't make sense of it. any suggestions?

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what is the structure of you cd root folder?

if you have any folder named i386 try renaming it too. i used to have similar problems during instalation and i just had to quit. later it came to my mind that a i386 folder might cause errors. so, try renaming that folder too to somenthing like wxph or whatever.

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H:\AIO-DVD\

BOOT

EHO1

EHO1.DAT

EHR1

EHR1.DAT

EPO1

EPO1.DAT

EPR1

EPR1.DAT

EPV1

EPV1.DAT

README.HTM

SETUP

spnotes.htm

WIN51

WIN51IC

win51ic.SP1

win51ic.SP2

WIN51IP

win51ip.SP1

win51ip.SP2

the setup folder contains:

XP\

ENHOMEOEM

ENHOMERETAIL

ENPROOEM

ENPRORETAIL

ENPROVLK

my batch files to generate the ISO contains:

cdimage.exe -lAIODVD -t05/22/2006,09:00:00 -b\AIO-DVD\BOOT\loader.bin -h -n -m \AIO-DVD D:\AIODVD.iso

note that I am not using the -o switch to make my cd small yet, so I can reduce the time it takes to make iso's for testing.

Edited by habys

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try copying the files from the working install to the other folders. Also, if the files are not in uppercase, change all of them and see if the installers will play nice.

You didn't use nlite or ryanvm integration did you?

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I tried renaming the working home retail as pro vlk and that worked,

I tried an application to rename all the files to uppercase, no effect,

I deleted my pro vlk setup and copied the original SP2 cd (not nlited) and that still has missing files.

after retesting everything, it seems the home versions don't have any problem and all the pro ones do, even if I use virgin SP2 images.

the images i want to use (that work fine on their own in a virtual machine) i've used nlite to integrate manually downloaded hotfixes.

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