We had to inject some mass storage drivers when we sysprep'd the machine before pulling a WIM image, but it's working great for us. I should also add I've add the vmscsi files to the source i386 dir and re-distributed to my DP. Re: setup cannot copy vmscsi.sys HQNetwork Apr 22, 2009 9:01 AM (in response to jcxper) Hey everyone. There are three files you have know about: o DOSNET.INF Used by WINNT.EXE/WINNT32.EXE during the file copy phase of the setup o LAYOUT.INF Used as a template for file copy operations. http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-file-vmscsi-sys.php
Answer is simple: you have to inject the SCSI driver before the installation continue! I had already installed Vista guest to the first partition and I wanted to dual boot the two. files below.* Browse within the extracted LSI-SCSI driver folder to the \xp_x86\ folder.* Within these are some .reg files the tweak the system, the information is added to the .reg files: That’s not what we like, therefore:* Browse to the ..\i386\ folder and edit the symmpi.inf file.* Browse to the [SourceDisksFiles.x86] section.[SourceDisksFiles.x86]symmpi.sys = 1;lsipseud.inf = 1 ==> Here, comment out ( the https://communities.vmware.com/thread/119963?tstart=0
I'll try to copy the CD, thanks for the suggestion. You need to prepare XP in a special way to get livexp to boot from a USB drive. Required values in the services\xxx # key are created automatically -- use this section to specify additional # keys to be created in services\xxx and values in services\xxx and # services\xxx\yyy.
I preferred #2 just because of simple and quick procedure. I didn't read the whole thread again, so if this is a silly question, so what? XP is currently in the GUI install state, so it all seems to be ok.I have no idea why the LSI driver is such a PITA though. and Also I want to add portable app Repartition bad drive to my livexp usb.
Without the vmware driver, xp couldn't find any partitions to install to. Click here to Register a free account now! During installation after you have ejected the SCSI drivers from the floppy image it can recognize the SCSI storage type so the installation continues. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/installing-windows-xp-cant-copy-certain-files.153348/ seems like your XP PRO has the OEMPREINSTALL set to YES.
It installed XP on first attempt, no problems at all. If the copy fails the usual culprits are:1. I then press 'Enter' to install Windows on this New, Raw partition. the file ‘symmpi.inf = 1,,,,,,,20,0,0’ can be copied to the %Systemroot%\Inf\ folder.- The 2 yellow/bold line with symmpi.xxx = 1xxxxx must be added under the [SourceDisksFiles].
Edit your VM and select “connected” and “connect at power on” for the Floppy12. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-while-installing-windows-xp-sp2-251354/ Select SCSI Controller – and change the type to BusLogic6. If it works, then good for you. b) Modify symmpi.inf fileWe copied the symmpi.sys and symmpi.inf file to the ..\i386\ but if we stop now the unattended installation can’t locate the symmpi.inf file.
Register now! Get More Info It copies so many files but then randomly stops stating that it can't copy a specific file, and asks me to try again or skip. ntfs.sys...win2k.sys FILES! I'm reinstalling because my windows broke down and it kept restarting after the loading screen, i tried many fixes too and the last choice was to reinstall it.
Back to top #762 steve6375 steve6375 Platinum Member Developer 6238 posts Location:UK Interests:computers, programming (masm,vb6,C,vbs), photography,TV,films,guitars United Kingdom Posted 01 November 2014 - 06:07 PM Does the USB drive boot The wrong Virtual memory setting can affect the installation after formatting the partition???Click to expand... Installing XP on an IDE controller, and then moving it to a SCSI controller for which it doesn't have the driver, wouldn't work.Thanks for the suggestion though. useful reference Load your Windows XP ISO image to the CD7.
So we continued to use the 220.127.116.11 version. 4. Thx... With the Windows XP 64bit, have you installed and run it ok before?
You only need to integrate them as txt mode drivers in Nlite. 8020Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final. I play games on my CD Rom, so I don't think it's that. If you are happy with it, because it was helpfull, just let me know by a little email to [email protected] 2. Before I tell you the problem, I just thought that I'd mention that my system is a Dell Dimension and I use the Windows XP OEM Disk to install Windows.
Bastard Ars Praefectus Registered: Oct 23, 2000Posts: 3123 Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 2:46 pm And now sysprep the working image pcgeek86 Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Jan 4, 2006Posts: 6616 Posted: Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Go to original post Actions Remove from profile Feature on your profile More Like This Retrieving data ... After reading through tons of posts and threads regarding driver copy errors, I think I have a solution (at least one that worked perfectly for me).It looks as though the ones this page Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Welcome to the Ars OpenForum.
I wanna try booting the CD from the CD ROM DRIVE but I don't know how, it doesn't work when I insert it in there. If the tray slide isn't working correctly, or it trashes more than one disc in a row, it's outta there. We use it a lot and I've never heard of a story of nLite causing an enterprise outage. After i finished installing my computer, my DVD Drives didn't show up till now.
Back to top #760 Wonko the Sane Wonko the Sane The Finder Advanced user 12987 posts Location:The Outside of the Asylum (gate is closed) Italy Posted 11 August 2014 - http://www.ubcd4win.com/ By the way, you really ought to look into how you install XP on a SATA drive. No idea if the LSI drivers will actually work with the VMware VMs. And then recreate the C: Partition (NTFS) by pressing 'C'.
You say you had a virus. If "Entry Point Errors" are encountered simply press "ok" and allow the program to continue. <-- Important!! Grub4DOS creates a RAM drive, copies the entire ISO into it and boots from it as an emulated HDD. Now, I had to do this becouse of a virus (?).