Then when applying an image you can use DISKPART commands to create partitions and assign letters so that your machine boots perfectly after the image is applied. update: I can't boot the resulting iso. Let's try that now. Once you have the right drive, then to capture an image, lets say its the CD is drive E you have to tell it where to save the image, this can have a peek here
The answer is that /check can't do its job on an apply operation if no one specified /check on the capture. Trust me when I've exhausted all options I have eventually opt for the last mentioned lol. My apologies. Thank you all for all the help.
Then there were files with names too long for windows, but those were eliminated. just to post this out there these are the commands I use from start to finish to apply our image. Imagex.exe outputs the image to a .WIM file which is single instance, however you will need enough space, just in case.
With /wimfile parameter we specify which image we want to mount. should default only to creating an iso.4. Image 192.9 - Unmounting Successfull In our command we use the /unmount parameter to unmount our image. Again, cycle through the drive letters.
You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. That also saves you from MSCONFIG. Back to top #16 Klaus21 Klaus21 Frequent Member Advanced user 169 posts Germany Posted 11 September 2011 - 09:29 AM I needed something to upload the file - Sorryhttp://www.mediafire...bq7frfn3qwe5mtx I http://windowsitpro.com/systems-management/deploying-and-error-checking-imagex Related Categories WindowsTags Windows 7 Post navigation Prepare for Windows 7 Image Capture Create WinPE Using WAIK for Windows 7 3 thoughts on “Mount and Unmount Windows 7 Image Using ImageX
Easiest way to help you with that is to suggest you open regedit, and then use the HELP to look at the "load" functionality. As in a local admin account? Image 192.4 - Ultimate Edtition Image 192.5 - Home Premium Edition When we mount an image, we have to designate which image edition we want to mount. And he in fact ordered me lunch because I found it for him… lol.
Share this:EmailLinkedInTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... http://www.utilizewindows.com/mount-and-unmount-windows-7-image-using-imagex-and-dism/ The sysprep log can be found C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep\Panther. Your NTUser and account should all be the same, so there should be no reason why you can't access the database anyway? I get this cmd.exe box: WimCaptEx Program version 4.1.1 Copyright © 2009, 2010 Peter Schlang Found wimgapi.dll version 6.1.7600.16385 Found wimserv.exe version 6.1.7600.16385 wimmount service is detected Found wimmount.sys version 6.1.7600.16385
All files that we see in the mount folder will be copied to our hard drive when the actual installation happens. navigate here Once found, make a note of this drive letter, this will be the source drive letter. When it's about the software, just re-install it to solve the problem. Commands that are mentioned in this article ImageX commands: imagex /info c:\images\install.wim - gather information about install.wim image imagex /mountrw c:\images\install.wim 5 c:\images\mount - mount install.wim image with index number 5,
Maybe it is some sort of permission issue. See new thread:http://www.boot-land...showtopic=11034UPDATE: issue mainly resolved in that thread, though testing required. If it works then you can ignore all the mumbo jumbo about the 100mb system reserve. Check This Out You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
Back to top #23 sbaeder sbaeder Gold Member .script developer 1332 posts Location:usa - massachusettes United States Posted 18 September 2011 - 04:41 PM So is there a file at anyone else have this problem? how did you get around it? Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Imagex Error Sysprep newbie question capture an image without removing hard drive or sysprep   Sysprep will take about 5-10 minutes and will shutdown upon competition.
The /verify option helps prevent that from happening. All people who use computers will encounter Imagex Error 2 File Not Found, it typically happens. If so, then the WinBUilder script should have been able to see that file too. Peter Back to top #10 techvslife techvslife Member Members 77 posts United States Posted 07 April 2010 - 05:58 PM thanks, that tool doesn't give any options to do anything
comment on delete previous double posting Back to top #17 sbaeder sbaeder Gold Member .script developer 1332 posts Location:usa - massachusettes United States Posted 12 September 2011 - 02:16 AM Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. Pingback: Using imagex.exe, Sysprep and WinPE to clone a Windows 7 PC | Marc Kean | RKL Solutions Abbas Jafri July 17, 2014 at 3:35 am Reply Well it helped me this contact form You should be able to run ImageX from the disc though, provided that the disc has a drive letter in Windows PE.
Here are the new problems preventing nativeEx_Win7 this time from building: 1. Image 192.8 - Users Folder We can add new folders and files to that image. The content of C:\images folder now looks like this: Image 192.2 - images Folder Content Remember, in order to use ImageX and DISM we have to have Windows 7 Automated Installation F12.
Several functions may not work. I hope that you have a secondary access point for SQL server? WinPE loads into X:\ which is RAM and comes up with the command prompt window with X:\windows\system32>wpeinit X:\windows\system32> when I type the "imagex /capture blah blah blah " command, I get Several functions may not work.
wiminfo.exe stopped. 2. Capture image of the source PC Next you will want to use imagex and capture an image of the source PC which is in a sysprep state. Also we use the /commitparameter to save all changes that we made to our image. Also as you have the windows 7 aik installed on the Build \ Retrieve Tools script force the WAIK to be used - make sure only 'Installed WAIK' is selected then
The blog you have written is very well structured and is not confusing to read. That's why our image is only 2,1 GB in size for all editions of Windows 7. I already do the bcdboot to the D step within WinPE I don't do a win 7 disc boot to fix the bootmgr issue. Advertisement Join the Conversation Get answers to questions, share tips, and engage with the IT professional community at myITforum.
Now to have a go at sysprep and dism. After DISKPART loads, type in list vol and hit enter. You should extract the CD into any (first level recommended) directory on a hdd. Apply the source image onto the target machine by running the command imagex /apply d:\image.wim 1 c:\ /verify where d: is your external USB drive and c:\ is your target OS