Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Kofuji, Aug 10, 2015.
Why didn't you contact murphy directly? I do believe that he would help you!
Since I don't know the direct cause, an easy way to bypass that would be to use imagex to install windows .
Like an example
imagex.exe /apply d:\sources\install.wim 1 C:
And then what'd end up happening is that you reboot the computer and the installation continues normally...
Oh I see. You're not doing a clean install.
Then that wouldn't apply to you...
Sorry for the dumb question, but you did make sure autorun.dll was in the media image right?
100% sure it's missing autorun.dll
I wish I already finished the download so I could take a look at it,
I'm at 37% finished download...
Look on the root of the ISO, that where autorun should be....
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autorun has to also be at the root of the directory...
You could make a frankenbuild. Basically, you snatch the install.esd or install.wim out of the sources folder and put it into another Windows Image. I hope I'm making since...
Yea. looks like that was intentional
Sorry gotta go now
Yea I just thought of that... It's supposed to be an inf file and you said it's at the root of the drive so my solution doesn't work...
Your next best bet is a Frankenstein ISO
Try the method I gave and that should helped
Nah you know what
Change my mind for the billionth time... Sorry about that
Forget about frankenbuild. It won't do anything important
Look... He did it intentionally because he knew that even if you ran setup from mounted media there was no possible way to upgrade without loosing apps and programs...
With the LTSB I don't think it gives the option to select to keep your personal files and settings
You only get clean install choice...
Hence why he disabled it
Now let's say you continue with the franken ISO, you can get through setup on the mounted media, but your only choice will be to loose all apps and programs...
So there's really not a point.
Yes, sorry. I did not want people upgrading to this. It's boot install only.
I found your LTSB N Privacy release/edition on usenet/newsgroups and was excited at first, but i´ve noticed that after restarting my system, the internet explorer icon disappeared from my desktop and wasn´t able to run Internet Explorer, due to a missing iexplore.exe.
And this isn´t everything, because the event viewer and windows features components also seem to have disappeared (blank window).
I´ve tried to repair/restore Windows but both SFC and DISM fail to repair the problem(s), even at clean boot.
The only thing i did after installing Windows was changing some standard windows settings and installing a dutch language pack.
I really don´t know what´s causing this, hopefully it´s not due to te DUTCH language pack