I need help to rebuild Windows XP64 VOL ISO

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  1. Tabita

    Tabita MDL Novice

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    #1 Tabita, Jul 27, 2014
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    Edit: OK, I found the information (emule). As I suspected the problem was the UUIDREF info on sector 18.

    Sector 18 info:

    offset 0x00009400 72 bytes (data type: ASCII)

    Code:
    ;UUIDREF=412D4156454C495A5C5245444D4F4E44203137322E33312E3234312E3936
    ;
    offset 0x000097FC 4 bytes (data type: HEX)

    0xDB0C560F



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    Hi, I'm trying to rebuild the next ISO:

    Windows XP Professional x64 Edition - VL (English)
    File Size: 559 MB
    File: en_win_xp_pro_x64_vl.iso ISO-9660 CD Image
    SHA-1: 2486edd2cf307a451d02e76fbf6f42a3cd2d698f
    MD5: 5bbaf6c26b558a8f70de8150be4f6f22
    AutoCRC signature for media in ARMPXVOL_EN.iso <585748480 bytes> is 0x50F5CC14
    AutoCRC indicates the media in ARMPXVOL_EN.iso is VALID

    but I don't have luck. The data bloque is OK (same AutoCRC) but I think the problem is the date and time of the iso files (I used -t03/25/2005,12:00:00 to rebuild the ISO) or probably the UUIDREF info in the sector 18 (I don't have UUIDREF info for the ISO).

    Can anyone post the data and time of the ISO files and the UUIDREF info if the ISO have UUIDREF info?. Sorry for my bad english. Thanks. Gracias.

    PD: The ISO volume label is ARMPXVOL_EN
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  2. L0L

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    #2 L0L, Jul 29, 2014
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    Here's the info I have from an MSDN image
    LABEL : AX2PXVOL_EN

    Filename MD5 SHA1 CRC32 SHA-256 SHA-512 SHA-384 Full Path Modified Time Created Time File Size File Version Product Version Identical Extension File Attributes
    en_win_xp_pro_x64_vl.iso A2FD5AEE7719466BCF091C5ADB8A65B3 A70B118316A9A451B966A082E7C1DD0E8018718D N:\Windows XP\en_win_xp_pro_x64_vl.iso 11/18/2013 4:39:41 PM 7/29/2014 12:29:48 AM 614,166,528 iso A
     
  3. Tabita

    Tabita MDL Novice

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    Hi L0L, the information you have posted is not what I was looking for. Anyway thanks. My problem was solved some days ago. Gracias.
     
  4. L0L

    L0L MDL Novice

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    no worries then :)
     
  5. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    #5 Oz, Aug 2, 2014
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    It is always helpful to post the solution, then others can find post and take advantage

    Code:
    CDIMAGE-2.52 -NT -O -XXUUIDREF.TXT -BBOOT.IMG -T3/25/2005,12 -LARMPXFPP_EN ARMPXFPP_EN ARMPXFPP_EN.ISO
    CDIMAGE-2.52 -NT -O -XXUUIDREF.TXT -BBOOT.IMG -T3/25/2005,12 -LARMPXOEM_EN ARMPXOEM_EN ARMPXOEM_EN.ISO
    CDIMAGE-2.52 -NT -O -XXUUIDREF.TXT -BBOOT.IMG -T3/25/2005,12 -LARMPXVOL_EN ARMPXVOL_EN ARMPXVOL_EN.ISO
    
    Is the answer, where UUIDREF.TXT contains the info listed above
     
  6. Tabita

    Tabita MDL Novice

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    #6 Tabita, Aug 4, 2014
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    Hi Oz, I did not know it is possible enter UUIDREF that way (I was patching the iso) thanks.

    Here (for if anyone needed) the EVAL version ARMPXEVL_EN.ISO UUIDREF info:

    Code:
    ;UUIDREF=57494E424C415C4E54444556203137322E33312E37392E3733
    ;