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0xc000000f Error


JSR
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Hi

I've tried Vlite 0.9 on Windows Vista Ultimate Italian.

I've used it just to create the iso file, but at the beginning of the (boot) installation I get this error:

0xc000000f

the boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible

I've tested this iso on VMware and on a PC, and I get the same error.

Do u know anything about it?

TNX! :hello:

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I do know that it's "only" the ISO engine bug for some, so create the bootable ISO with some other tool once the vLite is done with the processing.

Got another report like this so I'm trying to reproduce it.

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I do know that it's "only" the ISO engine bug for some, so create the bootable ISO with some other tool once the vLite is done with the processing.

Got another report like this so I'm trying to reproduce it.

can you give me an exmaple for those tool that creates a bootable iso?

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I do know that it's "only" the ISO engine bug for some, so create the bootable ISO with some other tool once the vLite is done with the processing.

Got another report like this so I'm trying to reproduce it.

can you give me an exmaple for those tool that creates a bootable iso?

oscdimage/cdimage/nero/mkisofs/Ultraiso/etc

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Wish I had found this thread before I created my 2nd Frisbee, I had forgotten to integrate some IDE drivers the first time so I tried that first, but in the end it was the iso :)

I decided to uninstall Vista this morning after getting it 100% running on Thursday Night. I just didn't see the reason for it, plus a lot of applications that I still use are still broken.

O well no more Start-Tab, Nice Graphical Disk Space Display, or retarded Windows login page.

BTW I thought vLite was a great application and I will continue using it for my Vista installs should there be another, I will continue using nLite for all my 2000-2003 installs as well :)

Keep up the good work.

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