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    Posted 20 December 2009 - 07:38 PM

    Hi !

    my ISO CD is almost clean.

    One line, on the UBCD4WinBuilder.log says :
    File "C:\UBCD4Win\ BartPE\ I386\ SYSTEM32\NTOSKRNL.EXE" not found

    Is this file important for the CD to work ?

    I could add NTOSKRNL.EXE to the ISO file, if I knew how to, before the cd is burnt.

    I boot my pc on the ISO cd, everything was fine, it started loading the programme, then after 2 minutes, my computer started to launch windows as usual (on hard drive, not on cd... I don't know how), then blue screen.
    I tried twice, same blue screen.

    Are all the files important ? Because I used an old simple windows XP family CD. (with no SP1, no SP2)
    I copied it on my computer in a folder named XXP.
    Then the UBCD4win program sent me 6 errors saying for example that
    usbehci.sys or msftedit.dll were missing.
    I found the 6 missing files on my computer, because XP PRO SP3 is installed on it. So I add them in the folder XXP.
    Then, no more errors were found when I started again the creation of the ISO cd.

    In XXp\ I386\ system32 I also put ntoskrnl.exe. I hoped the program would add it to the ISO file.
    But it didn't.

    I used an old simple windows XP CD which I put files in the XXP folder, because I have a Dell computer, and I'm not sure Dell joined a windows XP install CD with it. I don't remember, if, when I bought it, 2 years ago, this install CD was joined.

    If you have understood anything in my strange message, and know why ce ISO cd doesn't work when I try to start on it, you could have an idea and help me.

    Thanks.
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      Posted 20 December 2009 - 08:45 PM

      View PostCephei, on 20 December 2009 - 06:38 PM, said:

      Are all the files important ? Because I used an old simple windows XP family CD. (with no SP1, no SP2)


      http://www.ubcd4win.com/howto.htm

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      2. Windows® XP CD, with at least Service Pack 1 (SP2 is highly recommended)
      If your CD does not have SP1 or SP2 included on it you can easily "slipstream" a Service Pack using a program called AutoStreamer. Instructions for slipstreaming are on the "slipstreaming" page of this site. Do not use a source that was "modified" by programs that claim to stream hotfixes or drivers into your XP CD. Only use a true XP CD or one that is slipstreamed properly with only an official Service Pack from Microsoft.

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        Posted 21 December 2009 - 02:34 PM

        View Postdirkgently42, on 21 December 2009 - 02:45 AM, said:

        View PostCephei, on 20 December 2009 - 06:38 PM, said:

        Are all the files important ? Because I used an old simple windows XP family CD. (with no SP1, no SP2)


        http://www.ubcd4win.com/howto.htm

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        2. Windows® XP CD, with at least Service Pack 1 (SP2 is highly recommended)
        If your CD does not have SP1 or SP2 included on it you can easily "slipstream" a Service Pack using a program called AutoStreamer. Instructions for slipstreaming are on the "slipstreaming" page of this site. Do not use a source that was "modified" by programs that claim to stream hotfixes or drivers into your XP CD. Only use a true XP CD or one that is slipstreamed properly with only an official Service Pack from Microsoft.


        Thanks !
        I used AutoStreamer after downloaded Xp SP2, then a ISO file was created.
        I had to expand the ISO file to be used by UBCD4Win.

        The ISO CD with UBCD4WinBuilder.iso was created without errors.

        I have just tried the CD, and ... and .. it worked !! yes ! :lol:

        My point was to reach HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\userinit.exe
        because a friend of mine can't start is computer anymore, certainly because c:\windows\system32\userinit.exe,
        is missing...
        He can't open a session.
        So thanks to this CD, he'll be able to correct this ! :D
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