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Windows (7) could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.??

    Question

  • Hi every body

    I downloaded Windows 7 32bit (no key yet), I've tried upgrading Windows Vista SP1 but when step 2 (expandeing files) reaches 21% the installation stops with following error "Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed."

    I tried to install Windows 7 in a new partition but the process reaches 27% this time and stops with same error.

    I've reformatted my hard disks completely and installation process reaches 99% then stops with same error.

    I checked BIOS settings and found only DVD and HDD listed (no third option).

    the Microsoft suggestion about the registry tweaking did not apply for me (and I tried to install a fresh copy from scratch).

    I'm using 2 HDD in RAID0 configuration and works OK with Windows Vista, I did load the drivers to Windows 7 during installation but still getting same problem, any suggestion???
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 5:24 AM

Answers

  • Simple solution found for Dual Boot errors!

     

     Here is an update. Since no one else has seemed to find a solution I actually managed to find my own. Just to recap you on what had happened to me, I was trying to dual boot Windows 7 x64 with Windows Vista Ultimate x64. Somewhere in my use with Vista my BCD was corrupt/deleted and caused this error to appear. (Windows could not update your computer's boot configuration.) After searching my computer I found the registry settings were correct, and file access to the folder that contained the BCD was correct, However my BCD was corrupt/missing and so I was unable to finish the installation and get my computer to dual boot. I found this out by typing bcdedit.exe in command with admin access and it gave me the warning "BCDedit.exe could not be run. BCD is either corrupt or missing".

     

    In order to fix this it was quite simple. I had to use the original installation disc for vista to repair my computer's boot files. Unfortunately I didnt have an install disc that would work with vista since I purchased mine before SP1 came out, so in order to repair it I had to create a slipstream disc with the SP1 updates added to it. after repairing I instantly was able to see both Windows 7 and Windows Vista in my boot manager when I restarted my computer. I easily fixed and finished installation with out a hitch, and I'm now staring at internet explorer inside of Windows 7 typing this message. I hope this will help anyone else out who was trying to dual boot it and got this error. unfortunately, if you still have the error but you're trying to do a clean installation on a fresh hard drive, I dont have the answer. Hopefully someone else can help you out.

    Sunday, January 25, 2009 2:09 AM
  • LPHAtlanta said:

    So, I have concluded that Windows 7 will NOT install on a RAID volume if that controller does not have a Vista/Windows 7 capable driver available for it’s particular chipset. If there is not a Vista/Windows 7 RAID driver for your particular machine or motherboard, you may as well forget a hardware RAID setup.



    This idea has been a fundamental premise of installing Windows operating systems since way back in the days of Windows NT. Windows has never contained in-the-box RAID drivers, and they've always required an <F6> installation. The boot setup of Windows expects to see a single volume on a standard controller (EIDE, SATA, and *some* SCSI controllers). If hardware-level RAID has been implemented, then an external driver will most surely be required in order to install an operating system.
    Lawrence Garvin, M.S., MCITP(x2), MCTS(x5), MCP(x7), MCBMSP
    Principal/CTO, Onsite Technology Solutions, Houston, Texas
    Microsoft MVP - Software Distribution (2005-2009)
    Sunday, January 25, 2009 2:24 AM
    Answerer

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  • Try a different DVD drive. Sounds like it may be having a hard time reading the disc.

    Seeing as to how the install reached all kinds of % it goes with what I've had happen before.

    Edit: If it is the DVD drive then loading drivers won't help. Installing the entire OS from HDD would but I don't think win7 does that.
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 5:29 AM
  • Unfortunately, this failure is not due to a bad downloand/bad media burn.  Instead, it is likely due to your drive layout and configuration.  If you are willing to reproduce the failure, do so and the provide the following information:

    1) When the error message is on the screen, press the SHIFT-F10 key sequence and a command prompt should open up
    2) Look on your various volumes (e.g. c:\, d:\, etc) for the "\$windows.~bt" folder in the root of the volume
    3) Navigate to "\$windows.~bt\sources\panther" and copy the setupact.log file located in that directory to an archived location
    4) Exit the command prompt, let Setup rollback/complete
    5) Locate your setupact.log file, and copy the last 100 lines into this topic

    Stephen Lodwick [MSFT]

    • Proposed as answer by Ritorix Saturday, January 10, 2009 7:07 AM
    • Unproposed as answer by Penta_a Saturday, January 10, 2009 1:47 PM
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 5:55 AM
  • Also getting this error, unable to proceed.

    Hardware is a Lenovo S10 Ideapad, 160 gig hard drive.

    partitions:
    1) fat32 (xp)
    2) ext (linux)
    3) swap (linux)
    4) NTFS (created by and for windows 7)

    Using shift+f10 console:
    fat32 shows as C:
    NTFS shows as D:
    boot usb key shows as E:

    tail end of setupact.log in D:

    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry keys processed = 103929
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry keys renamed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry values processed = 186593
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry values renamed = 115
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry values updated = 3007
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry security descriptors updated = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry security descriptors processed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $Secure security descriptors updated = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $Secure security descriptors failed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $Secure security descriptors processed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $MFT security descriptors updated = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $MFT security descriptors failed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $MFT security descriptors processed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of reparse points processed = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of reparse points updated = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Time spent processing registry (in ms) = 8564
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Time spent processing volumes (in ms) = 0
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Total time spent processing (in ms) = 9204
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x06005c] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to fix mounted devices key...
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x0602c1] IBS    FixMountedDevicesKey:Beginning to enumerate drive letter assignments on BB
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x0602c6] IBS    FixMountedDevicesKey:Fixing mounted devices key for Disk [0] Partition offset [0x1dca8f8800] to come up as Drive letter C:
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x0640cf] IBSLIB SetDriveMask:Successfully set the drive mask Drive letter = C DriveMap = 4
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x06005f] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives:Calling StoreUserNameAndOrg...
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x06004a] IBS    StoreUserNameAndOrg:Using default owner
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info       [0x06004b] IBS    StoreUserNameAndOrg: Using blank organization
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: OS drive path in hive is [D:\]; OS drive path on next boot is [C:\]
    2009-01-10 01:46:09, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Clearing, we're clearing the SetupCL RPFixup flag...
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info       [0x060061] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to update product key in offline hives...
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info       [0x0604b5] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to update eula in offline hives...
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info                  IBS    Callback_License_WriteOfflineHives: License agreement was displayed to user during Windows installation.
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info       [0x0604b7] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to update language selection in offline hives...
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info       [0x060592] IBS    Callback_LanguagePack_WriteOfflineHives:Set the registry value to hide language selection page in OOBE.
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to perform just-in-time compliance checks...
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info                         Callback_Compliance_JustInTimeChecks_InstallOS: Performing just-in-time compliance checks against install OS...
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info                         Callback_Compliance_JustInTimeChecks_InstallOS: Validating that OS supports install volume
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info                         Callback_Compliance_JustInTimeChecks_InstallOS: Just-in-time compliance checks passed.
    2009-01-10 01:46:10, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to save the path of configuration set in offline hives...
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x06006e] IBS    CallBack_FinalizeImage: Returning
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CBSServicing : StartProgress
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBS    Callback_Unattend_InitiatePass: No unattend file was present, skipping unattend settings passes
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CBSServicing : EndProgress
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x0602aa] IBS    CallBack_AddDriverPackageIntoDriverStore:No external drivers to install.
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBS    Callback_AddDriverPackageIntoDriverStore: Checking for iSCSI deployment scenario
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x0603b0] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Entry
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x0603b2] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Install Return [0x30000F]
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info       [0x0603b1] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Exit
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBSLIB Copying boot files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot...
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\cs-CZ to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\cs-CZ...
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\da-DK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\da-DK...
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\de-DE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\de-DE...
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\el-GR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\el-GR...
    2009-01-10 01:46:12, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\en-US to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\en-US...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\es-ES to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\es-ES...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fi-FI to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\fi-FI...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fr-FR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\fr-FR...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\hu-HU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\hu-HU...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\it-IT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\it-IT...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ja-JP to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ja-JP...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ko-KR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ko-KR...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nb-NO to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\nb-NO...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nl-NL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\nl-NL...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pl-PL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pl-PL...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-BR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pt-BR...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-PT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pt-PT...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ru-RU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ru-RU...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\sv-SE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\sv-SE...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\tr-TR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\tr-TR...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-CN to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-CN...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-HK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-HK...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-TW to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-TW...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB Copying font files from D:\Windows\Boot\Fonts to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\Fonts...
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info       [0x060228] IBS    Callback_UpdateBootFiles:Successfully updated Windows boot files.
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesLegacy: Not in first boot. No actions to perform. SetupPhase[2]
    2009-01-10 01:46:13, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesBCD:Setup phase is [2]
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Error      [0x064230] IBSLIB BcdOpenSystemStore failed with unexpected error code, Status = [c0000098]
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Error      [0x0641b8] IBSLIB ModifyBootEntries: Error modifying bcd boot entries. dwRetCode=[0x3EE][gle=0x000003ee]
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info       [0x060216] IBS    CallBack_MungeBootEntries:Failed to modify boot entries; GLE = 1006

    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info       [0x0640ae] IBSLIB PublishMessage: Publishing message [Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.]
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info       [0x0a013d] UI     Accepting Cancel. Exiting Page Progress.
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info                  UI     Entering Page Cancel.
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-10 01:46:14, Info       [0x0a011c] UI     WizardDialogPost::SetActive

    Update: Problem is resolved, however I messed around with so much in the console I forgot which change actually fixed it.  I will leave the logs up here for the curious.

    Saturday, January 10, 2009 7:05 AM
  • Ok here is the required file:
    drive [C:].
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x064157] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully saved Boot Sector.
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    GetSystemDiskNTPath: Found system disk at [\Device\Harddisk0\DR0].
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    GetSystemDiskNumber: Disk [0] is the system disk.
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x064159] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully saved MBR.
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x06415c] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: C:\boot.ini does not exist, skip.
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x06415c] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: C:\ntldr does not exist, skip.
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x06415c] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: C:\NTDETECT.COM does not exist, skip.
    2009-01-10 13:30:31, Info       [0x06415e] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully copied "C:\bootmgr" to "D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Rollback\bootmgr".
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info                  IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully saved BCD[C:\Boot\BCD].
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x06415f] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully saved "C:\Boot".
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x06412e] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint "StartPhaseSystemVolumeSelectedCheckpoint" successfully set.
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x060510] IBS    Leaving Callback_Rollback_InitializeRollback (success)
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive D: ------
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Total bytes on drive: 109999.8 MB (115343097856 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Free bytes available to user: 89664.6 MB (94020173824 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Found Setup folder/file [BT Folder ].
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive E: ------
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Total bytes on drive: 73288.7 MB (76848787456 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Free bytes available to user: 31638.2 MB (33175101440 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Found Setup folder/file [LS Folder ].
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x060093] IBS    DeployOSImage:Successfully opened and resolved image
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x060095] IBS    DeployOSImage:Destination drive = D:\$WINDOWS.~BT
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info                  IBS    DeployOSImage:Drive type requires that media is present for image application.
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info                  IBS    DeployOSImage:Media Validation: [0x0]
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\TransferPeImage : StartProgress
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x06009e] IBS    DeployWIMImage:Calling IDepWIMImageResolved::Apply...
    2009-01-10 13:30:33, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    Calling WIMApplyImage (flags = 0x104)...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x06009f] IBS    DeployImage:Successfully applied image. Destination was [D:\$WINDOWS.~BT]
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\TransferPeImage : EndProgress
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x060080] IBS    Callback_ImageTransfer:Successfully laid down the image
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive D: ------
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Total bytes on drive: 109999.8 MB (115343097856 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Free bytes available to user: 89164.4 MB (93495689216 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Found Setup folder/file [BT Folder ].
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive E: ------
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Total bytes on drive: 73288.7 MB (76848787456 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Free bytes available to user: 31638.2 MB (33175101440 bytes)
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Found Setup folder/file [LS Folder ].
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBS    CallBack_CopyPrivates:Install root is [F:\Sources], Local sources folder path is [E:\$WINDOWS.~LS\Sources], Destination path is [D:\]
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBS    CopyOEMFolderToLocalSourcesFolder:$OEM$ folder does not exist under [F:\Sources]
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBS    CallBack_CopyPrivates:Successfully copied any privates and optional directories.
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info       [0x0603b6] IBS    CallBack_CopyPrivates:Failed to publish the COPY_PRIVATES_DONE event.
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying boot files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB SetNamedSecurityInfo failed! Error code = 0x2
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\cs-CZ to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\cs-CZ...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\da-DK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\da-DK...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\de-DE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\de-DE...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\el-GR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\el-GR...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\en-US to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\en-US...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\es-ES to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\es-ES...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fi-FI to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\fi-FI...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fr-FR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\fr-FR...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\hu-HU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\hu-HU...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\it-IT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\it-IT...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ja-JP to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ja-JP...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ko-KR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ko-KR...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nb-NO to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\nb-NO...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nl-NL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\nl-NL...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pl-PL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pl-PL...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-BR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pt-BR...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-PT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pt-PT...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ru-RU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ru-RU...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\sv-SE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\sv-SE...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\tr-TR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\tr-TR...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-CN to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-CN...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-HK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-HK...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-TW to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-TW...
    2009-01-10 13:31:03, Info                  IBSLIB Copying font files from D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Windows\Boot\Fonts to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\Fonts...
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x060228] IBS    Callback_UpdateBootFiles:Successfully updated Windows boot files.
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesLegacy: Not in first boot. No actions to perform. SetupPhase[1]
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesBCD:Setup phase is [1]
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Error      [0x064230] IBSLIB Failed to get element application device. Status = [c000000d]
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Error      [0x0641b8] IBSLIB ModifyBootEntries: Error modifying bcd boot entries. dwRetCode=[0x57][gle=0x00000057]
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x060216] IBS    CallBack_MungeBootEntries:Failed to modify boot entries; GLE = 87
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x0640ae] IBSLIB PublishMessage: Publishing message [Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.]
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x0a013d] UI     Accepting Cancel. Exiting Page Progress.
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info                  UI     Entering Page Cancel.
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-10 13:31:04, Info       [0x0a011c] UI     WizardDialogPost::SetActive
    2009-01-10 13:40:35, Info                  IBS    Callback_Rollback_ExecuteOnlineRollback: Executing [F:\Sources\rollback.exe /CleanInstallFromDownlevel /noui /BTFolder:D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources]...
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info                  IBS    Callback_Rollback_ExecuteOnlineRollback: Rollback.exe exited with code 0x0
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x070042] DIAG   CallBack_DiagnosticDataSend: Called with notification for Error published by ErrorHandler
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\SendDiagnostics : StartProgress
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info                  DIAG   DiagnosticDataSendWorker: Phase=1 Start time was 0X2FF7908DC, End time was 0X2FF790C27, total time was 0X34B
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x070044] DIAG   DiagnosticDataSendWorker: startSetupTimeInSecs = 0X2FF79330B
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x070045] DIAG   Processing Diagnostic data at 2009-01-10 13:40:39
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x070046] DIAG   DiagnosticDataSendWorker: endSetupTimeInSecs = 0X2FF793657
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info                  DIAG   DiagnosticDataSendWorker: setupInstallTime = 0X34C
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info                  DIAG   DiagnosticDataSendWorker: User is NOT OPTED-IN for SQM and Watson.
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\SendDiagnostics : EndProgress
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x090095] PANTHR WdsExitImmediate called!  Execution will stop, and the queue won't be saved.
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x09008c] PANTHR SeqExecute -- stopping, since WdsExitImmediate() was called
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x090086] PANTHR pWorkerThreadFunc -- Stopping
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x090086] PANTHR pWorkerThreadFunc -- Stopping
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x090086] PANTHR pWorkerThreadFunc -- Stopping
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info                  PANTHR DeleteCriticalSection for pExecQueue->csLock;
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x0500bd] DU     Module_Term_DU called
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x050081] DU     WaitAndCleanUp DU...
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x0500a1] DU     Done with DU.. DUMgr is cleaning Up
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x050082] DU     Done with WaitAndCleanUp DU...
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x0605a6] IBS    Requested UI to hide the language and locale selection pages.
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x06010d] IBS    Module_Term_Productkey: Valid product key in blackboard, show property set to hide.
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info                  UI     CallbackWin32UITerminate: Deleted WizardUI
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x090081] PANTHR Destroying any unreferenced modules! (SEQ6)
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x0601d7] IBS    InstallWindows:Error Type = 3211266
    2009-01-10 13:40:39, Info       [0x090009] PANTHR CBlackboard::Close: d:\$windows.~bt\sources\panther\setupinfo.



    I hope it lead to something good.

    Thanks

    Stephen Lodwick [MSFT] said:

    Unfortunately, this failure is not due to a bad downloand/bad media burn.  Instead, it is likely due to your drive layout and configuration.  If you are willing to reproduce the failure, do so and the provide the following information:

    1) When the error message is on the screen, press the SHIFT-F10 key sequence and a command prompt should open up
    2) Look on your various volumes (e.g. c:\, d:\, etc) for the "\$windows.~bt" folder in the root of the volume
    3) Navigate to "\$windows.~bt\sources\panther" and copy the setupact.log file located in that directory to an archived location
    4) Exit the command prompt, let Setup rollback/complete
    5) Locate your setupact.log file, and copy the last 100 lines into this topic

    Stephen Lodwick [MSFT]







    • Edited by Penta_a Saturday, January 10, 2009 1:48 PM spelling correction
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 10:52 AM
  • Hello Stephen and others:

    please help if you have any suggestion, I'm so eager to get this thing up and running.



    Saturday, January 10, 2009 5:12 PM
  • The log files indicate that Setup was unable to open the BCD store "BcdOpenSystemStore failed".  I will look into this particular failure as I don't know the root cause but there are a couple things to investigate from your side (if you're comfortable):

    As always, back up all data before you try this

    • A common case for this error to occur is if your BCD store is locked down to the point that the Setup application is unable to modify it.  The store is located at: "%systemdrive%\boot\BCD" (it's a file).  Navigate there in an elevated command prompt and make sure that you have permissions to inspect the file.  Lower the permissions to grant read/modify access to the file.
    • Run the command "bcdedit /enum all" and ensure you have permissions to enumerate the store
    • Check the permissions on the "%systemdrive%\boot" folder and lower them if needed (make sure you restore permissions later).

    Good luck with checking this out.  In the mean time, I'll see if there's anything else I can dig up.

    Stephen Lodwick [MSFT]

    Saturday, January 10, 2009 5:33 PM
  • I have full ownership on Boot folder and BCD file, but still no luck.and here is a copy of the command "bcdedit /enum all" result:

    Windows Boot Manager
    --------------------
    identifier              {bootmgr}
    device                  partition=C:
    description             Windows Boot Manager
    locale                  en-US
    inherit                 {globalsettings}
    default                 {current}
    displayorder            {current}
    toolsdisplayorder       {memdiag}
    timeout                 30

    Windows Boot Loader
    -------------------
    identifier              {current}
    device                  partition=C:
    path                    \Windows\system32\winload.exe
    description             Microsoft Windows Vista
    locale                  en-US
    inherit                 {bootloadersettings}
    osdevice                partition=C:
    systemroot              \Windows
    resumeobject            {d4bd945b-d5ce-11dd-9d25-ec1355d21134}
    nx                      OptIn

    Resume from Hibernate
    ---------------------
    identifier              {d4bd945b-d5ce-11dd-9d25-ec1355d21134}
    device                  partition=C:
    path                    \Windows\system32\winresume.exe
    description             Windows Resume Application
    locale                  en-US
    inherit                 {resumeloadersettings}
    filedevice              partition=C:
    filepath                \hiberfil.sys
    pae                     No
    debugoptionenabled      No

    Windows Memory Tester
    ---------------------
    identifier              {memdiag}
    path                    \boot\memtest.exe
    locale                  en-US
    inherit                 {globalsettings}
    badmemoryaccess         Yes

    Windows Legacy OS Loader
    ------------------------
    identifier              {ntldr}
    device                  partition=C:
    path                    \ntldr
    description             Earlier Version of Windows

    EMS Settings
    ------------
    identifier              {emssettings}
    bootems                 Yes

    Debugger Settings
    -----------------
    identifier              {dbgsettings}
    debugtype               Serial
    debugport               1
    baudrate                115200

    RAM Defects
    -----------
    identifier              {badmemory}

    Global Settings
    ---------------
    identifier              {globalsettings}
    inherit                 {dbgsettings}
                            {emssettings}

    Boot Loader Settings
    --------------------
    identifier              {bootloadersettings}
    inherit                 {globalsettings}
                            {hypervisorsettings}

    Hypervisor Settings
    -------------------
    identifier              {hypervisorsettings}
    hypervisordebugtype     Serial
    hypervisordebugport     1
    hypervisorbaudrate      115200

    Resume Loader Settings
    ----------------------
    identifier              {resumeloadersettings}
    inherit                 {globalsettings}


    NOTE: I noticed when I try to open BCD file using notepad I get process denied due to file is in use by another process, is this normal??
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 7:12 PM
  • I have come to discover by trial and error what may be the answer to the problem...at least as it applies to my situation.
    The problem is with the RAID controller and lack of a Vista/Windows 7 compatible driver.
    My motherboard uses an older Intel ICH5 chipset to control RAID function, and there is not a Vista/Windows 7  driver available.
    Windows XP drivers do not work either, even though they will install and make the RAID volume visible during file expansion.

    When actual installation starts, you will get the error message : "Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed."

    So, I have concluded that Windows 7 will NOT install on a RAID volume if that controller does not have a Vista/Windows 7 capable driver available for it’s particular chipset. If there is not a Vista/Windows 7 RAID driver for your particular machine or motherboard, you may as well forget a hardware RAID setup.

    I know Penta reports that he is running Vista in a RAID0 on the machine and it is functioning, so there is probably some configuration problems as part of the underlying cause as well, depending on your particular chipset.
    If anyone get’s an older RAID controller to install Windows 7 with an XP driver, I’d like to hear from you.
    I had the SAME problem trying to install Vista, and finally aborted all attempts.
    I was able to install Windows 7 on a normal HD with no problem...even though I could NOT install Vista successfully on the same machine.
    I suppose Windows 7 does have better driver and device compatibility that Vista.
    Everything looks good and seems to function properly with the exception of the "sleep" power mode.
    The display sleeps, but the hard drive and cooling fans continue to run and the machine can't be awakened with the keyboard or mouse. There may be a tweak or fix for this…I think the same thing happened when XP was first introduced.
    Alas, it is a 4-5 year old motherboard, so for what it's worth, Windows 7 did a pretty fair job installing and configuring drivers and devices.
    I didn't have to install a single driver myself, everything was found, configured and functioned properly right off the bat, aside from the RAID controller in question.


    • Proposed as answer by LPHAtlanta Sunday, January 11, 2009 7:37 AM
    • Unproposed as answer by Penta_a Friday, January 16, 2009 4:58 PM
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 10:23 PM
  • Still hoping for some solution for this problem, it's very annoying especially when Windows 7 is marketed as:
    (if it works on Windows Vista it should work on windows 7)
    • Marked as answer by Penta_a Sunday, January 11, 2009 5:41 PM
    • Unmarked as answer by Penta_a Monday, January 12, 2009 4:56 AM
    Sunday, January 11, 2009 5:40 PM
  • I think I may be having a related problem.  I installed, and it told me it couldn't find drivers for my RAID controller ship.  This is on a Gateway laptop -- i don't even have raid enabled or anything so I didn't think there would be a problem, but the install gets stuck in a rebooting loop.  See my post here for more info:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itproinstall/thread/8be68049-42c7-47dc-832f-2ab1c27aaa2e

    Do I just have to wait for a compatible driver to come out (a.k.a. wait for release?)
    Sunday, January 11, 2009 5:59 PM
  • There is NO RAID device on your laptop, so that's not the problem.
    Monday, January 12, 2009 6:25 PM
  • SO.....

    NO hope in the horizon (a fix or a work around) for this problem??

    I still think that something can be DONE by MS before release time, at least for testing.


    Still waiting......still hoping.....
    Friday, January 16, 2009 4:58 PM
  • Also having the same problem.
    My message appeared when it was at the "Completing Installation" stage.

    I'm using a ASUS Z99H laptop (120GB HDD, 2.5GB RAM)
    Clean Install on D:\

    ==========
    Setupact.log
    ==========
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CBSServicing : StartProgress
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBS    Callback_Unattend_InitiatePass: No unattend file was present, skipping unattend settings passes
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CBSServicing : EndProgress
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info       [0x0602aa] IBS    CallBack_AddDriverPackageIntoDriverStore:No external drivers to install.
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBS    Callback_AddDriverPackageIntoDriverStore: Checking for iSCSI deployment scenario
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info       [0x0603b0] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Entry
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info       [0x0603b2] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Install Return [0x30000F]
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info       [0x0603b1] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Exit
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying boot files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB SetNamedSecurityInfo failed! Error code = 0x2
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\cs-CZ to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\cs-CZ...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\da-DK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\da-DK...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\de-DE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\de-DE...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\el-GR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\el-GR...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\en-US to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\en-US...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\es-ES to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\es-ES...
    2009-01-12 23:08:31, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fi-FI to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\fi-FI...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fr-FR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\fr-FR...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\hu-HU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\hu-HU...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\it-IT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\it-IT...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ja-JP to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\ja-JP...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ko-KR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\ko-KR...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nb-NO to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\nb-NO...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nl-NL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\nl-NL...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pl-PL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\pl-PL...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-BR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\pt-BR...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-PT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\pt-PT...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ru-RU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\ru-RU...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\sv-SE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\sv-SE...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\tr-TR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\tr-TR...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-CN to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\zh-CN...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-HK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\zh-HK...
    2009-01-12 23:08:32, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-TW to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\zh-TW...
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB Copying font files from D:\Windows\Boot\Fonts to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Boot\Fonts...
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x060228] IBS    Callback_UpdateBootFiles:Successfully updated Windows boot files.
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesLegacy: Not in first boot. No actions to perform. SetupPhase[2]
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesBCD:Setup phase is [2]
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB Attempting to copy BCD objects of type 30000000.
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB Attempting to copy BCD objects of type 20000000.
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB Attempting to copy BCD objects of type 10200005.
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB Attempting to copy BCD objects of type 10100002.
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x060215] IBS    CallBack_MungeBootEntries:Successfully modified boot entries
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x06021f] IBS    Callback_UpdateBootCode: Current Setup phase 2
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x060222] IBS    Callback_UpdateBootCode: Preparing drive 'C:\' to boot Windows (updating disk's MBR, volume's boot sector)
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    GetSystemDiskNTPath: Found system disk at [\Device\Harddisk0\DR0].
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    GetSystemDiskNumber: Disk [0] is the system disk.
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info       [0x060249] IBS    PrepareSystemToBootWindows: Current system volume path: [C:\]; boot disk number: [0]
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBSLIB UpdateMasterBootRecord: Existing MBR on disk does not need to be updated
    2009-01-12 23:08:33, Info                  IBS    PrepareSystemToBootWindows: Successfully updated MBR
    2009-01-12 23:08:34, Info                  IBSLIB UpdateBootCode:Laying down NT Boot code. Drive = C:
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info                  IBSLIB UpdateBootCode:Successfully laid down NT boot code.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info                  IBSLIB WriteSectors: Requested to write [512] bytes. Succesfully wrote [512] bytes
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info                  IBSLIB UpdateBackupBootCode:Successfully updated back up boot sector.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info                  IBS    PrepareSystemToBootWindows: Successfully updated boot code
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPEBootSectorRestoreCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x06412e] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint "WinPEBootSectorRestoreCheckpoint" successfully set.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info                  IBS    Callback_UpdateBootCode:Successfully updated boot code.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x064226] IBSLIB RecordCurrentDrivePath: Recording drive path [D:] for well-known volume (ID = 548dfa02-4261-450b-9207-f8ace758b55a)
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x064226] IBSLIB RecordCurrentDrivePath: Recording drive path [C:] for well-known volume (ID = 03c5eb90-bb06-4cf3-a62d-336412fd7ced)
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x060001] IBS    Callback_RecordDrivePaths:Successfully stamped the requested logical drives.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x090093] PANTHR WdsEnableExit called!  When group #81 is empty, execution will stop, and the queue will be saved.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x0a0134] UI     Accepting Next. Exiting Page Progress.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page '' to be shown
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page '' to be shown
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info                  UI     Entering Page Finish.
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-12 23:08:35, Info       [0x0a011c] UI     WizardDialogPost::SetActive
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0a0138] UI     Accepting Finish. Exiting Page Finish.
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090092] PANTHR WdsEnableExit already called
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x070035] DIAG   CallBack_DiagnosticDataGeneration: Called with notification for SetupPhaseDone
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Warning               DIAG   InstallWindows: Error determining boot type.
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x070037] DIAG   CallBack_DiagnosticDataGeneration: Generating perf information for phase=851975
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info                  DIAG   CallBack_DiagnosticDataGeneration: Phase=851975 Start time was 0X2FF7CCC55, End time was 0X2FF7CCEFE, total time was 0X2A9
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x070042] DIAG   CallBack_DiagnosticDataSend: Called with notification for SetupPhaseDone published by Engine
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info                  DIAG   CallBack_DiagnosticDataSend: This is End of WinPE phase and setup is NOT in WDS Mode. Skip uploading Diagnostics Data in this scenario
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090092] PANTHR WdsEnableExit already called
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x09008e] PANTHR SeqExecute -- stopping, since termination group reached
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090086] PANTHR pWorkerThreadFunc -- Stopping
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090086] PANTHR pWorkerThreadFunc -- Stopping
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090086] PANTHR pWorkerThreadFunc -- Stopping
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0900c7] PANTHR SEQ EVENT_SERIALIZE_BEFORE_EXIT Received.  Will only save modules with persistent subscriptions!
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0900b7] PANTHR SerializeToFile: D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Panther\MainQueueOnline0.que
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0900b8] PANTHR Saving Main Event Queue
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0900b9] PANTHR Saving Permanent Event Queue
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0900c5] PANTHR Queue Serialization Succeeded
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info                  PANTHR DeleteCriticalSection for pExecQueue->csLock;
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0605a6] IBS    Requested UI to hide the language and locale selection pages.
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x06010d] IBS    Module_Term_Productkey: Valid product key in blackboard, show property set to hide.
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info                  UI     CallbackWin32UITerminate: Deleted WizardUI
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090081] PANTHR Destroying any unreferenced modules! (SEQ6)
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info                         StoreHostOSInformationOnBB: Host OS = 6.1.7000 (SP 0.0); productname = [Windows (TM) Code Name "Longhorn" Preinstallation Environment]
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info                  IBS    Successfully logged host OS information onto blackboard
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive D: ------
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Total bytes on drive: 40787.0 MB (42768265216 bytes)
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Free bytes available to user: 35733.4 MB (37469155328 bytes)
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Found Setup folder/file [BT Folder ].
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]     Found Setup folder/file [LS Folder ].
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x0601dc] IBS    Setup has completed phase 2 at 2009-01-12 23:08:46
    2009-01-12 23:08:46, Info       [0x090009] PANTHR CBlackboard::Close: d:\$windows.~bt\sources\panther\setupinfo.
    ==========


    Will try the BCD thingy later.
    Anyone with ideas how to solve this?

    Status Report(20090118):
    I did the BCD thingy, but nothing seemed to change.
    Probably would reformat the drive and reinstall again later.
    Please, Stephen or others, my hands are itching to touch Win7 the moment the beta was released,
    and I believe Penta_a and others who are suffering in this issue feel the same.
    I tried asking for help at Neowin and BetaArchive,
    now I'm looking at TechNet for help.
    PLEASE GIVE SOME SUGGESTIONS!!! THANKS!!!
    Sunday, January 18, 2009 12:33 PM
  • I had the same problems and came to this thread.  Wouldn't get past 0, and disc reader sounded like it was searching.  Burned a new image at 4X on a +R  and it's currently completing installation.
    Sunday, January 18, 2009 5:27 PM
  • I had this same problem, however I'm not using a RAID setup. I've got a single 750GB WD hard drive connected via SATA 3.0 on an EVGA 780i Motherboard. so it shouldnt be the drivers. However I believe it may be linked to possibly the amount of RAM on my motherboard? I'm trying to install the 64-bit OS and I remember that having more than one stick of RAM in my motherboard caused vista to refuse completing installation, however this is purely speculation.

    In my situation I also simply shrunk the volume of my partition on my hard drive and created a second partion of 64GB on which to install windows 7, however I didnt get very far obviously :\

    Anyone know if you possibly have SLI hooked up, or maybe it's another piece of hardware causing issues? I'll list my hardware list in case anyone wants to compare and see if there's a common factor...


    EVGA 780i SLI motherboard
    Core2Quad Q9300 CPU
    8GB DDR2 SDRAM (4x2GB)
    XFX 9800 GTX/9800 GTX+ Running in SLI
    Lite-On Lightscribe DVD-RW+/-
    Western Digital 750GB SATA 3.0 hard drive

    Sunday, January 18, 2009 11:29 PM
  • Here's the log that I get. For some reason I see quite a few errors, but I cant determine what for. I included the bulk of the errors, it's a little more than 100 lines but it seems important ya know? hopefully this helps out...


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    2009-01-18 20:48:34, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("StartPhaseCleanUpCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:48:34, Info                  IBSLIB TrackVolume: Successfully marked that [$Setup_BTFolderVolume$] is on drive [D:].
    2009-01-18 20:48:34, Info                  IBSLIB TrackVolume: Successfully marked that [$Setup_LSFolderVolume$] is on drive [D:].
    2009-01-18 20:48:34, Info       [0x06412e] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint "StartPhaseCleanUpCheckpoint" successfully set.
    2009-01-18 20:48:34, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPEPrepareInstallDriveCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBSLIB TrackVolume: Successfully marked that [$Setup_InstallVolume$] is on drive [D:].
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x06412e] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint "WinPEPrepareInstallDriveCheckpoint" successfully set.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("StartPhaseSystemVolumeSelectedCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBSLIB TrackVolume: Successfully marked that [$Setup_SystemVolume$] is on drive [C:].
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x064157] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully saved Boot Sector.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    GetSystemDiskNTPath: Found system disk at [\Device\Harddisk0\DR0].
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    GetSystemDiskNumber: Disk [0] is the system disk.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x064159] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully saved MBR.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x06415c] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: C:\boot.ini does not exist, skip.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x06415c] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: C:\ntldr does not exist, skip.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x06415c] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: C:\NTDETECT.COM does not exist, skip.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x06415e] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Successfully copied "C:\bootmgr" to "D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Rollback\bootmgr".
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Error      [0x064186] IBSLIB CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Failed to backup BCD database from "C:\Boot\BCD" to "D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Rollback\Boot\BCD".[gle=0x000003f1]
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Error      [0x064199] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint(StartPhaseSystemVolumeSelectedCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(1009), CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Failed to backup BCD database. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint::Finalize(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(StartPhaseSystemVolumeSelectedCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(1009), CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint: Failed to backup BCD database. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)
    void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CSystemVolumeSelectionCheckpoint::Finalize(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(StartPhaseSystemVolumeSelectedCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x060510] IBS    Leaving Callback_Rollback_InitializeRollback (failure)
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    ResumeUnfinishedSourcesDownloadJob: Enter....
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    ResumeUnfinishedSourcesDownloadJob: Current setup phase is not downlevel. There's nothing to do.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                         SetupCopyQueueAdd:Not adding [E:\Sources\install.wim] on media [0] to Setup copy queue.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    Callback_AddOSImageToCopyQueue:Successfully added Windows image files to Setup copy queue.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    CallBack_LanguagePack_AddToSetupCopyQueue:Target language is [en-US]
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    CallBack_LanguagePack_AddToSetupCopyQueue:Language [en-US] is already installed in image.  Not adding it to copy queue.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    InitCopySetupFiles:Successfully published event requesting modules to add files to copy queue.
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    InitCopySetupFiles:Total bytes needed to copy [0]
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CopySetupFiles : StartProgress
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info                  IBS    CopySetupFiles:Copied any files from media '#0
    2009-01-18 20:48:35, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CopySetupFiles : EndProgress
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x060389] IBS    CallBack_CreatePageFile:Page file path is [\??\D:\WinPEpge.sys]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPECreatePagefileStartCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x06412d] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: New checkpoint "WinPECreatePagefileStartCheckpoint" broke sequence.
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPECreatePagefileStartCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(13), New checkpoint "WinPECreatePagefileStartCheckpoint" broke sequence. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPECreatePagefileStartCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Error      [0x060557] IBS    IBSSetCheckpoint: Couldn't set checkpoint [WinPECreatePagefileStartCheckpoint]![gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPECreatePagefileDoneCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x06412d] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: New checkpoint "WinPECreatePagefileDoneCheckpoint" broke sequence.
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPECreatePagefileDoneCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(13), New checkpoint "WinPECreatePagefileDoneCheckpoint" broke sequence. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPECreatePagefileDoneCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Error      [0x060557] IBS    IBSSetCheckpoint: Couldn't set checkpoint [WinPECreatePagefileDoneCheckpoint]![gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x06038c] IBS    CallBack_CreatePageFile:Successfully created paging file at [\??\D:\WinPEpge.sys]
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive D: ------
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Total bytes on drive: 72533.0 MB (76056358912 bytes)
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Free bytes available to user: 71914.6 MB (75407912960 bytes)
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Found Setup folder/file [BT Folder ].
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Found Setup folder/file [LS Folder ].
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x060093] IBS    DeployOSImage:Successfully opened and resolved image
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info       [0x060095] IBS    DeployOSImage:Destination drive = D:\
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info                  IBS    DeployOSImage:Drive type requires that media is present for image application.
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info                  IBS    Callback_SourceMedia_Validate:Removable media install
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info                  IBS    ValidateSetupMedia:Need to ask the user for media.
    2009-01-18 20:48:36, Info                  IBS    FindSetupMedia:Checking source type 1.
    2009-01-18 20:49:23, Info                  IBS    FindSetupMedia:Checking source type 2.
    2009-01-18 20:49:23, Info                  IBS    DeployOSImage:Media Validation: [0x0]
    2009-01-18 20:49:23, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\TransferFinalImage : StartProgress
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    Calling WIMApplyImage (flags = 0x108)...
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [Documents and Settings] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [$Recycle.Bin\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [PerfLogs\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [Program Files\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [Program Files (x86)\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [ProgramData\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [Users\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    PopulateRootPathsOnBBCallBack: Detected root file/folder [Windows\] in OS image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\Documents and Settings] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\$Recycle.Bin\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\PerfLogs\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\Program Files\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\Program Files (x86)\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\ProgramData\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\Users\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info                  IBS    MoveOldOSFiles:File/folder [D:\Windows\] doesn't exist; no need to move it before applying image.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersStartCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06412d] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: New checkpoint "WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersStartCheckpoint" broke sequence.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersStartCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(13), New checkpoint "WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersStartCheckpoint" broke sequence. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersStartCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x060557] IBS    IBSSetCheckpoint: Couldn't set checkpoint [WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersStartCheckpoint]![gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersDoneCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06412d] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: New checkpoint "WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersDoneCheckpoint" broke sequence.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersDoneCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(13), New checkpoint "WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersDoneCheckpoint" broke sequence. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersDoneCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x060557] IBS    IBSSetCheckpoint: Couldn't set checkpoint [WinPEArchiveOldWindowsFoldersDoneCheckpoint]![gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPEImageApplyReadyCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06412d] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: New checkpoint "WinPEImageApplyReadyCheckpoint" broke sequence.
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEImageApplyReadyCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(13), New checkpoint "WinPEImageApplyReadyCheckpoint" broke sequence. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEImageApplyReadyCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Error      [0x060557] IBS    IBSSetCheckpoint: Couldn't set checkpoint [WinPEImageApplyReadyCheckpoint]![gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x06009e] IBS    DeployWIMImage:Calling IDepWIMImageResolved::Apply...
    2009-01-18 20:49:27, Info       [0x0606cc] IBS    Calling WIMApplyImage (flags = 0x184)...
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x06009f] IBS    DeployImage:Successfully applied image. Destination was [D:\]
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x06412c] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: Checkpoint("WinPEImageApplyDoneCheckpoint") in progress...
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x06412d] IBSLIB SetCheckpoint: New checkpoint "WinPEImageApplyDoneCheckpoint" broke sequence.
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Error      [0x06418a] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEImageApplyDoneCheckpoint): threw exception.: class RollbackException: RollbackException: Error(13), New checkpoint "WinPEImageApplyDoneCheckpoint" broke sequence. void __cdecl OSRollbackService::CCheckpointImpressario::SetCheckpoint(const unsigned short *,struct OSRollbackService::ICheckpointParameters *)[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Error      [0x06414e] IBSLIB RollbackSetCheckpoint(WinPEImageApplyDoneCheckpoint) failed. Disabling Rollback.[gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Error      [0x060557] IBS    IBSSetCheckpoint: Couldn't set checkpoint [WinPEImageApplyDoneCheckpoint]![gle=0x00000002]
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\TransferFinalImage : EndProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x060080] IBS    Callback_ImageTransfer:Successfully laid down the image
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0640d2] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage] ------ Drive D: ------
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0640d3] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Total bytes on drive: 72533.0 MB (76056358912 bytes)
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0640d4] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Free bytes available to user: 64965.1 MB (68120866816 bytes)
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Found Setup folder/file [BT Folder ].
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0640d6] IBSLIB [Setup Disk Usage]  Found Setup folder/file [LS Folder ].
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\SkuAssembly : StartProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info                  IBS    CallBack_ConfigureWindowsFoundationImage:Image is not Windows foundation image.
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\SkuAssembly : EndProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info                  IBS    CallBack_ApplyFoundationStoreAcls:Image is not Windows foundation image.
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\LanguagePack : StartProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info                  IBS    CallBack_LanguagePack_Install: Target language [en-US] is already installed. No need to install.
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\LanguagePack : EndProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x060578] IBS    Callback_Locale_InstallLocales:Target language is [en-US]
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x06057a] IBS    Callback_Locale_InstallLocales:Input locale is [0409:00000409]
    2009-01-18 21:00:45, Info       [0x06057c] IBS    Callback_Locale_InstallLocales:User locale is [en-US]
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x06057e] IBS    Callback_Locale_InstallLocales:MUIOffline_ApplyInternationalSettings return code is [0x0]. Extended status code is [0x0]
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x0603b3] IBS    CallBack_UpdateDynamicComponents:Entry
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\DynamicUpdate : StartProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x0603b5] IBS    CallBack_UpdateDynamicComponents:Install Return [0x30000F]
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\DynamicUpdate : EndProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x0603b4] IBS    CallBack_UpdateDynamicComponents:Exit
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info                  IBS    CallBack_CopyPrivates:Install root is [E:\Sources], Local sources folder path is [D:\$WINDOWS.~LS\Sources], Destination path is [D:\]
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info                  IBS    CopyOEMFolderToLocalSourcesFolder:$OEM$ folder does not exist under [E:\Sources]
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info                  IBS    CallBack_CopyPrivates:Successfully copied any privates and optional directories.
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x060067] IBS    CallBack_FinalizeImage: entry
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x060069] IBS    CallBack_FinalizeImage: Getting drive letter from blackboard
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x06006c] IBS    CallBack_FinalizeImage: Calling ModifyOfflineRegHives. Windows path = D:\WINDOWS
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x06004e] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives:entry
    2009-01-18 21:00:48, Info       [0x06004f] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives:Windows path = D:\WINDOWS
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives:RegLoadOfflineHives succeeded in loading the hives.
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info       [0x060052] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives:Target OS drive path is C:
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                         AddOSDriveLetterToDrivePathFixupKey: Deployed OS volume (mounted path) = [D:\]
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                         AddOSDriveLetterToDrivePathFixupKey: Will request drive letter [C:] for OS volume (disk 0, part offset 0x9cf3500000, current letter = [D:])
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: According to offline registry hive, SystemRoot is [D:\Windows]
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info       [0x060053] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Changing paths...
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Saw request: operation flags = 0x3F02, progress callback not present
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Running in [offline] mode.
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Acquiring needed privileges...
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Marking event [&SclEvent_ProcessRegistry_Start]
    2009-01-18 21:00:49, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Marking event [&SclEvent_ProcessSystemRegistry_Start]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Marking event [&SclEvent_ProcessSystemRegistry_Stop]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Marking event [&SclEvent_ProcessUserProfiles_Start]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Operating on user-specific profile hives...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: %systemroot%\system32\config\systemprofile\NTUSER.DAT
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Processing profile hive: [\??\D:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: %systemroot%\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Optional profile hive does not exist, skipping: [\??\D:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat].
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\NTUSER.DAT
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Processing profile hive: [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Optional profile hive does not exist, skipping: [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat].
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\NTUSER.DAT
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Processing profile hive: [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Optional profile hive does not exist, skipping: [\??\D:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat].
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: C:\Users\Administrator_ploc\NTUSER.DAT
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Users\Administrator_ploc\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Processing profile hive: [\??\D:\Users\Administrator_ploc\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: C:\Users\Administrator_ploc\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Users\Administrator_ploc\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Processing profile hive: [\??\D:\Users\Administrator_ploc\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Locating user profile hive: %SystemDrive%\Users\Default\NTUSER.DAT
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Expanded profile hive path: NT path = [\??\D:\Users\Default\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Processing profile hive: [\??\D:\Users\Default\NTUSER.DAT]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Marking event [&SclEvent_ProcessUserProfiles_Stop]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] Marking event [&SclEvent_ProcessRegistry_Stop]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry keys processed = 158505
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry keys renamed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry values processed = 267074
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry values renamed = 144
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry values updated = 4800
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry security descriptors updated = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of registry security descriptors processed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $Secure security descriptors updated = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $Secure security descriptors failed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $Secure security descriptors processed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $MFT security descriptors updated = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $MFT security descriptors failed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of $MFT security descriptors processed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of reparse points processed = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Number of reparse points updated = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Time spent processing registry (in ms) = 3697
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Time spent processing volumes (in ms) = 0
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    [SetupCl library] STAT: Total time spent processing (in ms) = 3744
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x06005c] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to fix mounted devices key...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x0602c1] IBS    FixMountedDevicesKey:Beginning to enumerate drive letter assignments on BB
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x0602c6] IBS    FixMountedDevicesKey:Fixing mounted devices key for Disk [0] Partition offset [0x9cf3500000] to come up as Drive letter C:
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x0640cf] IBSLIB SetDriveMask:Successfully set the drive mask Drive letter = C DriveMap = 4
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x06005f] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives:Calling StoreUserNameAndOrg...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x06004a] IBS    StoreUserNameAndOrg:Using default owner
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x06004b] IBS    StoreUserNameAndOrg: Using blank organization
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: OS drive path in hive is [D:\]; OS drive path on next boot is [C:\]
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Clearing, we're clearing the SetupCL RPFixup flag...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x060061] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to update product key in offline hives...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x0604b5] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to update eula in offline hives...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    Callback_License_WriteOfflineHives: License agreement was displayed to user during Windows installation.
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x0604b7] IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to update language selection in offline hives...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info       [0x060592] IBS    Callback_LanguagePack_WriteOfflineHives:Set the registry value to hide language selection page in OOBE.
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to perform just-in-time compliance checks...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                         Callback_Compliance_JustInTimeChecks_InstallOS: Performing just-in-time compliance checks against install OS...
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                         Callback_Compliance_JustInTimeChecks_InstallOS: Validating that OS supports install volume
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                         Callback_Compliance_JustInTimeChecks_InstallOS: Just-in-time compliance checks passed.
    2009-01-18 21:00:53, Info                  IBS    ModifyOfflineRegHives: Publishing event to save the path of configuration set in offline hives...
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x06006e] IBS    CallBack_FinalizeImage: Returning
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x0a0023] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CBSServicing : StartProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBS    Callback_Unattend_InitiatePass: No unattend file was present, skipping unattend settings passes
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x0a0024] UI     progress task ProgressInfo\CBSServicing : EndProgress
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x0602aa] IBS    CallBack_AddDriverPackageIntoDriverStore:No external drivers to install.
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBS    Callback_AddDriverPackageIntoDriverStore: Checking for iSCSI deployment scenario
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x0603b0] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Entry
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x0603b2] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Install Return [0x30000F]
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info       [0x0603b1] IBS    CallBack_InstallDriversOffline:Exit
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB Copying boot files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot...
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB SetNamedSecurityInfo failed! Error code = 0x2
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\cs-CZ to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\cs-CZ...
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\da-DK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\da-DK...
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\de-DE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\de-DE...
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\el-GR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\el-GR...
    2009-01-18 21:00:55, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\en-US to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\en-US...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\es-ES to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\es-ES...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fi-FI to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\fi-FI...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\fr-FR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\fr-FR...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\hu-HU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\hu-HU...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\it-IT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\it-IT...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ja-JP to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ja-JP...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ko-KR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ko-KR...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nb-NO to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\nb-NO...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\nl-NL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\nl-NL...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pl-PL to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pl-PL...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-BR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pt-BR...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\pt-PT to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\pt-PT...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\ru-RU to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\ru-RU...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\sv-SE to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\sv-SE...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\tr-TR to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\tr-TR...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-CN to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-CN...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-HK to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-HK...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying files from D:\Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-TW to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\zh-TW...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB Copying font files from D:\Windows\Boot\Fonts to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume1\Boot\Fonts...
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x060228] IBS    Callback_UpdateBootFiles:Successfully updated Windows boot files.
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesLegacy: Not in first boot. No actions to perform. SetupPhase[2]
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  IBSLIB ModifyBootEntriesBCD:Setup phase is [2]
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Error      [0x064230] IBSLIB BcdOpenSystemStore failed with unexpected error code, Status = [c000014c]
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Error      [0x0641b8] IBSLIB ModifyBootEntries: Error modifying bcd boot entries. dwRetCode=[0x3F1][gle=0x000003f1]
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x060216] IBS    CallBack_MungeBootEntries:Failed to modify boot entries; GLE = 1009
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x0640ae] IBSLIB PublishMessage: Publishing message [Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.]
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x0a013d] UI     Accepting Cancel. Exiting Page Progress.
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info                  UI     Entering Page Cancel.
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x0a0035] UI     Allowing Page 'Drive Selection' to be shown
    2009-01-18 21:00:56, Info       [0x0a011c] UI     WizardDialogPost::SetActive
    2009-01-18 21:11:28, Info                  IBS    Callback_Rollback_ExecuteOnlineRollback: Executing [E:\Sources\rollback.exe /CleanInstallFromWinPE /noui /BTFolder:D:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources]...

    Monday, January 19, 2009 1:03 AM
  • Anyone?
    Tuesday, January 20, 2009 4:40 PM
  • I have a n EVGA 680i MB and similar configuration as yourself on one of my machines, and was wondering if you have a separate driver furnished by Nvidia for the SATA3 controller or if it is native to Vista? If it was furnished separately, you would indeed have tro load it during initial set-up in order to get functionality of the SATA 3 drive.
    I would guess this is not the case, but wanted to ask anyway.
    I have heard of issues with SATA3 HD's and Vista, so I would guess that there might be a problem with W7 as well...after all, they are ____ cousins.

    VISTA  64 is wierd about some memory controllers with quad sticks. TRY installing with just one stick of memory, and if successful, add your remaining  sticks afterwards.
    Also, try running your memory timing's in default speed during install and see if that helps.
    Tuesday, January 20, 2009 6:15 PM
  • Thanks for the tip. I'll see if I can find the drivers and load them up and boot it up. Hopefully that works


    Just so everyone knows this is an issue with my current installation of vista x64. I had attempted to dual boot it and I got the same issue. After a little browsing of the settings of my BCD I found that running bcdedit.exe finds my system's bcd registry corrupt. Anyone know how to fix this? I believe atleast in my case I should be able to fix the problem...
    Thursday, January 22, 2009 8:59 PM
  • Simple solution found for Dual Boot errors!

     

     Here is an update. Since no one else has seemed to find a solution I actually managed to find my own. Just to recap you on what had happened to me, I was trying to dual boot Windows 7 x64 with Windows Vista Ultimate x64. Somewhere in my use with Vista my BCD was corrupt/deleted and caused this error to appear. (Windows could not update your computer's boot configuration.) After searching my computer I found the registry settings were correct, and file access to the folder that contained the BCD was correct, However my BCD was corrupt/missing and so I was unable to finish the installation and get my computer to dual boot. I found this out by typing bcdedit.exe in command with admin access and it gave me the warning "BCDedit.exe could not be run. BCD is either corrupt or missing".

     

    In order to fix this it was quite simple. I had to use the original installation disc for vista to repair my computer's boot files. Unfortunately I didnt have an install disc that would work with vista since I purchased mine before SP1 came out, so in order to repair it I had to create a slipstream disc with the SP1 updates added to it. after repairing I instantly was able to see both Windows 7 and Windows Vista in my boot manager when I restarted my computer. I easily fixed and finished installation with out a hitch, and I'm now staring at internet explorer inside of Windows 7 typing this message. I hope this will help anyone else out who was trying to dual boot it and got this error. unfortunately, if you still have the error but you're trying to do a clean installation on a fresh hard drive, I dont have the answer. Hopefully someone else can help you out.

    Sunday, January 25, 2009 2:09 AM
  • LPHAtlanta said:

    So, I have concluded that Windows 7 will NOT install on a RAID volume if that controller does not have a Vista/Windows 7 capable driver available for it’s particular chipset. If there is not a Vista/Windows 7 RAID driver for your particular machine or motherboard, you may as well forget a hardware RAID setup.



    This idea has been a fundamental premise of installing Windows operating systems since way back in the days of Windows NT. Windows has never contained in-the-box RAID drivers, and they've always required an <F6> installation. The boot setup of Windows expects to see a single volume on a standard controller (EIDE, SATA, and *some* SCSI controllers). If hardware-level RAID has been implemented, then an external driver will most surely be required in order to install an operating system.
    Lawrence Garvin, M.S., MCITP(x2), MCTS(x5), MCP(x7), MCBMSP
    Principal/CTO, Onsite Technology Solutions, Houston, Texas
    Microsoft MVP - Software Distribution (2005-2009)
    Sunday, January 25, 2009 2:24 AM
    Answerer
  • Lawrence, your generalization is true, but if you had fully read the post, you would have understood that my comment was concerning the use of RAID drivers developed for O/S's other than Vista and W7, and their compatibility with the same when trying to install  the controller during setup.

    Tuesday, January 27, 2009 9:36 PM
  •  

    I have two 160GB SATA hard drives in a RAID 0 array. A 47MB Fat Primary partition contains BootMagic which controls a 7.7GB NTFS Windows XP Primary partition and a 58.6GB NTFS Vista Ultimate Primary partition. I formatted the Vista partition from the XP partition using Partition Magic and disabled BootMagic and set the 58.6GB partition active.

    I then restarted the computer and the Windows 7 ISO DVD started just like a Vista installation DVD. I used the RAID floppy for the Intel ICH5R chipset on a Gigabyte 81875 Motherboard when requested and the files expanded successfully but shortly after that the following error message appeared:-

    “Windows could not update the computer’s boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.”

    I then restarted the computer with the Vista DVD in the drive and the Vista Ultimate installation went through as normal.

     When I installed Service Pack 1 on Vista immediately after Vista’s installation had completed, Vista crashed to a blue screen within a few minutes. It did this on three occasions before I was able to complete the SP1 installation. Since then Vista has been unstable crashing during large file transfers to a blue screen. The previous installation of Vista on this partition had been free from crashes. I plan to reinstall Vista in the hope of restoring its earlier stability.

    I know you suspect the Intel chipset’s driver as contributing to the installation problem but as I can install Vista I cannot understand the problems with Windows 7.

    Roland Booth

    Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:29 AM
  • Roland,

    I'm not clear on your post.

    You say you have a RAIDO array with two 160G HD's...that’s 320 G's of storage. So what do you mean by a 47 MB fat primary partition... You mean 47G's? and then you added a 58G partition for Vista?

    Let's stop here...Partition Magic...Krap. All sorts of boot errors are common using it, especially with a RAID array.

    Why did you use it in the first place? The disc  management utility in XP is fine for any partitioning/formatting that you might need…of course it won’t shrink partitions as does the same utility in Vista.

    Did I understand that you tried installing W7 on the Visa partition, used the ICH5R driver during installation, but ended up with the boot configuration error and the installation of W7 failed? At that point you rebooted and reinstalled Vista? When you installed SP-1 you started getting crashes?

    Was your original Vista install working fine without SP-1?

    Firstly, the ICH5R chipset really only works under Windows 2000 and XP with the available Intel drivers. The reason you probably coaxed Vista to install was because you had XP installed and were then using Partition Magic within XP to create a "virtual partition" for Vista. I am frankly surprised that it even worked.

    When you reinstalled Vista, you did so on its own primary partition newly created within the array not using PMagic. Again, I'm surprised you made it to the desktop, but when you installed SP-1, it updated some device driver’s (probably the Intel Raid) and now you're having the problems.

    Question? Did you install the MB chipset .inf files( from either the Gigabyte or Intel websites) immediately after you got to the desktop after the new installation of Vista??

     

    The problem IS the Intel Chipset drivers. That’s what this whole thread is about.

    I was the originator of this thread...I have that same RAID controller chip on my ASUS MB on my test PC.

    And like so many of us that want to run RAID on our machines for performance, we are limited by those chipsets and the manufacturers commitment to provide current drivers. If you're set on using RAID and want to run the more current O/S's like Vista and W7, then you're going to have to update your hardware.

    If It was me,  and you really wanted to test the waters…I would backup all of my data and files and then delete and rebuild my RAID0 array, then try to install Vista using the ICH5R drivers on a floppy or burned onto a CD. When asked for the initial size of your first partition you create, give it 100G. That's plenty of space to install Vista and a great amount of other programs. If that succeeds ( and I don't think it will), you can go into device manager and partition the rest of the array...I would suggest another 100G for a second and then what's left for a third partition(somewhere under 120G will be the case).

    Then I would try to update it to SP-1 and see if you get the blue screens.

    If you have a stable PC, then you have walked on water, my friend.

    If not, I would reinstall XP onto your machine and be done with it. Then use it as a backup PC and build myself a new PC with some current hardware to run Vista and eventually W7.

    I built a new machine specifically for Vista and it runs flawlessly…never crashes. I am not going to rush right out and buy Windows 7 because it basically IS Vista (on the same kernel processes) with better driver support and a new feature here and there.

    I have an idea that Microsoft will give Vista users a chance to upgrade to 7 for a greatly discounted price.

    Guess  if all fails you can always go back to the original way you had it with XP and then create a partition with P Magic on which you can install Vista or 7, but I can see nothing but future problems in it.

    Thursday, January 29, 2009 2:02 AM
  •  

    LPHAtlanta,

    Thanks for your response.

    Regarding my use of Power Quest’s Partition Magic, I have used it since the days of Windows 98 when I needed to change FAT partitions into NTFS without loss of their data.

    Using Boot Magic requires a small FAT Primary Partition of about 50 MB which must be inside the 8GB mark on the hard drive, hence the 47MB partition. I started with two Windows XP partitions, one of 7.7GB for Internet use and the other of 58GB for photography. In order for Boot Magic to have control of both operating systems they must both start before the 8GB mark. When each OS is chosen in Boot Magic it hides the other OS so that the one in use is always “C” partition. To install a new OS on either the 7.7GB or the 58GB you have to disable Boot Magic, format the intended destination and make it active which hides the other OS. On restarting with the OS disc in the drive installation is usually straightforward only requiring the floppy of the Intel Raid ICH5R driver to be introduced when requested, (copied from the Gigabyte Motherboard CD).

    When I purchased Vista I formatted the 58GB during the installation and used the floppy as usual with no problem, giving a very stable Vista. [The partition it occupied was not virtual but was recognized even when I ditched Partition Magic for Paragon Partition Manager 9 and Paragon Drive Backup 9. I did this because Partition Magic does not read correctly any partition used by Vista.]

    I repeated this with the Windows 7 DVD with the error message appearing just after expanding by 100%.

    I then put the Vista DVD in and re-installed Vista, using the driver floppy when requested, without a problem but I can’t say whether it was stable as I immediately installed SP1. This caused blue screen crashes on three occasions within 5 minutes of starting, the fourth attempt completed but Vista is now unstable.

    I had been considering dispensing with the Raid array but decided to experiment with it before breaking it up.

    Besides the 320GB Raid 0 drive which has 9 partitions I have a new internal1TB SATA drive with 8 partitions containing the contents of the Raid array. I had intended to move to the larger drive because a Raid array has twice the chance of hard drive failure.

    Until I read your post I had assumed that the ICH5R driver was independent of the OS and just dealt with any data that was thrown at it allocating bits of data alternately to each drive regardless of content.

    Many thanks again for your interest.

    Roland Booth.

    Friday, January 30, 2009 12:35 AM
  • A FIX FOR THIS PROBLEM!!
     

     Hi My name is Logan I have your FIX for this problem and its soooo easy! No reg editing or software downloads


     

    I recently purchased a new Dell Laptop pre-installed with vista, now chances are company's like dell use 3rd party boot uploader software and things can go missing in this process.

     

    I to was very excited to try out Windows 7 but kept getting the pain in the a*s error of Boot Configuartion could not be updated installation cannot proceed.

     

    After searching through about 50 sights and about 10 failed installation attempts waste of time registry editing and all that other bull i started feeling a little ripped off as i though i had downloaded a 2.5G dud but i was wrong.. I just happened to put my Vista disk in and did a mere 2 clicks... then a loading bar came up less than 30 seconds later the computer had restarted and Windows 7 had somehow started to install itself minus the disc but im not complaining i guess its becuase the files were there from the many earlier failed attempts..


     

     

    HERES THE FIX
     - Place the Windows 7 Disk into your disk drive, completely log into your computer. Then run the disk from "My Computer"

    - Click Install


    - Input your preferences ie (updates, clean install or upgrade whatever.)

    - Sit back and watch the loading bar progress and then wait for the iminent Boot config error

    - Close the program and insert your Original Vista disk

    - Restart your computer and BOOT FROM DISK

    - You wil then see a Black screen saying Loading Files.. Wait for that to complete (should be a minute or 2)

    - Then you will see the vista installation box, Enter your Language, Keyboard Layout etc

    - You will then see a box pop up with 3 options.

                                      1) Install

                                      2) Check compatability online

                                      3) Repair

    -Click repair and follow the instructions, The program will then scan for files that are corrupt/missing in yout boot files and other files of that association

    - Once the scan has finished (around 30 seconds) a small box will pop up stating a few errors and it will ask if you want Vista to repair them and restart your computer, Simply press yes and YOUR DONE.

     

    - Your computer will restart and all the files that were preventing Windows 7 to install are now out of the way and in the right place. Your Windows 7 Installation should then continue after the computer as restarted. Even without the disk (mine did) if not  just log on and run the disk again and within a few minutes youll have your Windows 7 up and ready to go!
     

    The whole repair process will take no more than 1-2 Minutes


    Hope this helps you out guys, i stumbled upon it by mistake.

     

    Good Luck. If this does work for you please email me.. shay_ec_69@live.com.au  id love to hear if ive helped anyone. Cheers

    Friday, January 30, 2009 4:31 PM
  • Roland,

    Not that familiar with PMagic and how it affected the boot table...read up on it and understand how it is installed now. But my explaination of how you probably got it to work with Vista is still  correct.

    All I have to say is if it works for ya and makes ya happy, then do it.

    I would still  advise you to scrap the partition magic...

     

    Friday, January 30, 2009 6:33 PM
  • Hi!

    My motherboard is an old Intel D865PERL using ICH5 chipset to control RAID function

    Same problem installing Windows 7 Beta 32-bit in RAID0

    Error message: Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.

    The F6 floppy was version 3.5.0.2600

    But i found the version 5.5.0.1035 for the 82801ER (ICH5R) and this time it works...


    Hope this is useful...

    Ciao
    Luciano
    Sunday, February 22, 2009 8:50 PM
  •  

    LPHAtlanta,

    You were quite right to suggest I stopped using Partition Magic. After my last message I was using the RAID 0 array with partitions for XP and Vista when Partition Magic informed me that some partition errors needed correcting and I rather foolishly allowed it to correct them for me. After that I could no longer open either XP or Vista so I broke up the RAID array and used Paragon Partition Manager 9 to partition a new 500GB SATA hard drive. I installed XP on the first Primary partition and Vista on the second. I used Partition Manager to prepare the drive for installing Windows 7 on a third Primary partition and all went according to plan. I used Partition Manager’s Boot Manager Wizard to allow me to choose which operating system to start up and I chose to hide the operating systems that were not in use. I have had occasional blue screen crashes on all three operating systems but I suspect this is a hardware problem. Changing the power supply didn’t help so I installed XP and Vista onto an old IDE hard drive with the same type of random blue screen crashes, with the message lasting only one or two seconds; not long enough to read it all. The crashes are much more frequent in Vista and Windows 7 but I am convinced that changing more of the hardware will eventually sort this out.

    Sorry to have taken so long to respond but the destruction of my RAID 0 array took with it the link to this forum and I have only just found it again.


    Roland Booth.
    • Proposed as answer by dreller Saturday, June 9, 2012 11:23 PM
    • Unproposed as answer by dreller Saturday, June 9, 2012 11:23 PM
    Sunday, March 8, 2009 3:25 PM
  • facing similar problem. I think i have to reinstall vista and then windows 7. I was looking BCD file editor or fixer for windows xp but couldnt find one
    • Edited by Mubeen77 Saturday, May 16, 2009 11:27 AM
    Saturday, May 16, 2009 11:26 AM
  • Hi!

    My motherboard is an old Intel D865PERL using ICH5 chipset to control RAID function

    Same problem installing Windows 7 Beta 32-bit in RAID0

    Error message: Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.

    The F6 floppy was version 3.5.0.2600

    But i found the version 5.5.0.1035 for the 82801ER (ICH5R) and this time it works...


    Hope this is useful...

    Ciao
    Luciano
    I can confirm that raid drivers update to ver. 5.5.0.1035 cured "could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed" error also for me (875 chipset m/b, clean install on raid0/ICH5R)
    Tuesday, June 2, 2009 6:35 PM
  • link please
    Sunday, June 7, 2009 8:37 AM
  • same here i confirm
    Wednesday, June 10, 2009 9:49 AM
  • i really liked to thank Logan Spitfire as his tip really helped me to install Windows 7 RC.
    Thanks again.
    Wednesday, June 10, 2009 10:44 AM
  • Hi Lawrence,
    I found that for a Silicon Image Controller that if you load the XP driver the SATA drive is not found by XP or Windows 7 RC. If I load the NT/2000 driver, XP and windows 7 and Vista locate the SATA drive at boot up. However, the Windows 7 RC disk will not boot and gives a NTLDR error code 5. This is weird because Windows 7 does not even need this driver. My workaround for this was to download the Vista recovery disc (which does boot up), disconnect my C drive, and reboot and let it run until it 0ffers the choice to repair or install Vista, then I swap the Vista disc for the Windows 7 recovery disc and hit the repair button. This then allowed me to boot from the partition that I had loaded Windows 7 onto and remove the C drive that I initially downloaded the software onto.


    What a farce. Judging by the mass of questions on thsi issue, it makes you wonder if anyone at Microsft has access to a computer more than five years old. Green is to reuse what you have - not throw away and buy new.

    Anyone loading and using this pre release software is a hero and its a shame that MS doesn't reward their sterling efforts with a working version free on completion.
    Best of luck
    Keith
    Tuesday, June 23, 2009 11:26 AM
  • Hi Lawrence,
    I found that for a Silicon Image Controller that if you load the XP driver the SATA drive is not found by XP or Windows 7 RC. If I load the NT/2000 driver, XP and windows 7 and Vista locate the SATA drive at boot up. However, the Windows 7 RC disk will not boot and gives a NTLDR error code 5. This is weird because Windows 7 does not even need this driver. My workaround for this was to download the Vista recovery disc (which does boot up), disconnect my C drive, and reboot and let it run until it 0ffers the choice to repair or install Vista, then I swap the Vista disc for the Windows 7 recovery disc and hit the repair button. This then allowed me to boot from the partition that I had loaded Windows 7 onto and remove the C drive that I initially downloaded the software onto.


    What a farce. Judging by the mass of questions on thsi issue, it makes you wonder if anyone at Microsft has access to a computer more than five years old. Green is to reuse what you have - not throw away and buy new.

    Anyone loading and using this pre release software is a hero and its a shame that MS doesn't reward their sterling efforts with a working version free on completion.
    Best of luck
    Keith

    Just to clarify..... the functionality of HARDWARE drivers is the responsibility of the HARDWARE vendor. Microsoft does not write hardware drivers, they are written by and provided by the vendor .. but subject to WHQL testing by Microsoft.

    I'm quite intrigued with your results from the Silicon Image Controller and based on your statements, my only reponse would be that's one vendor I'll be sure to stay away from when buying hardware.
    Lawrence Garvin, M.S., MCITP:EA, MCDBA
    Principal/CTO, Onsite Technology Solutions, Houston, Texas
    Microsoft MVP - Software Distribution (2005-2009)
    Tuesday, June 30, 2009 2:05 AM
    Answerer
  • Logan, Just wondering if you had a disk or partition with XP installed and runninig in your system. The only way I got win7 to install and run was to unplug my XP drive from the sys. If I wanted to boot XP I had to plug it in. What a pain. I'm asking because I wonder if your scenario will work for me. I still Run XP on this system (Asus P4P8X SE 3.4 P4 Xtreme, 1gb DDR in dual WD 160gb Sata 2) and not ready to give it up yet. My main system is a duel boot with XP Pro and Vista Ult. on the same drive in RAID 1 with no problems. The P4 XP system is not in RAID and is pretty basic in configuration.

    Thanks,
    Jimi
    PS: The black text on dark red is hard to read
    Computers don't save time they just reallocate how we spend it.
    Wednesday, July 1, 2009 11:00 PM
  • A FIX FOR THIS PROBLEM!!
     

     Hi My name is Logan I have your FIX for this problem and its soooo easy! No reg editing or software downloads


     

    I recently purchased a new Dell Laptop pre-installed with vista, now chances are company's like dell use 3rd party boot uploader software and things can go missing in this process.

     

    I to was very excited to try out Windows 7 but kept getting the pain in the a*s error of Boot Configuartion could not be updated installation cannot proceed.

     

    After searching through about 50 sights and about 10 failed installation attempts waste of time registry editing and all that other bull i started feeling a little ripped off as i though i had downloaded a 2.5G dud but i was wrong.. I just happened to put my Vista disk in and did a mere 2 clicks... then a loading bar came up less than 30 seconds later the computer had restarted and Windows 7 had somehow started to install itself minus the disc but im not complaining i guess its becuase the files were there from the many earlier failed attempts..


     

     

    HERES THE FIX
     - Place the Windows 7 Disk into your disk drive, completely log into your computer. Then run the disk from "My Computer"

    - Click Install


    - Input your preferences ie (updates, clean install or upgrade whatever.)

    - Sit back and watch the loading bar progress and then wait for the iminent Boot config error

    - Close the program and insert your Original Vista disk

    - Restart your computer and BOOT FROM DISK

    - You wil then see a Black screen saying Loading Files.. Wait for that to complete (should be a minute or 2)

    - Then you will see the vista installation box, Enter your Language, Keyboard Layout etc

    - You will then see a box pop up with 3 options.

                                      1) Install

                                      2) Check compatability online

                                      3) Repair

    -Click repair and follow the instructions, The program will then scan for files that are corrupt/missing in yout boot files and other files of that association

    - Once the scan has finished (around 30 seconds) a small box will pop up stating a few errors and it will ask if you want Vista to repair them and restart your computer, Simply press yes and YOUR DONE.

     

    - Your computer will restart and all the files that were preventing Windows 7 to install are now out of the way and in the right place. Your Windows 7 Installation should then continue after the computer as restarted. Even without the disk (mine did) if not  just log on and run the disk again and within a few minutes youll have your Windows 7 up and ready to go!
     

    The whole repair process will take no more than 1-2 Minutes


    Hope this helps you out guys, i stumbled upon it by mistake.

     

    Good Luck. If this does work for you please email me.. shay_ec_69@live.com.au  id love to hear if ive helped anyone. Cheers

    This worked for me! Thx alot!
    Sunday, July 19, 2009 1:53 PM
  • FYI Logan,
     this is not a fix for me. Remember this is a dual boot XP/Win7 I'm talking about. Has nothing to do with Vista. Vista boot repair is not compatable with XP.
    Jimi

    Computers don't save time they just reallocate how we spend it.
    Saturday, August 22, 2009 10:20 PM
  • You saved my life. Extremely simple fix for an annoying problem that everyone else can't seem to solve.
    Saturday, November 7, 2009 7:07 PM
  • Hi same problem happen to my Acer m1640. I tried 2 ways from internet but failed. finanly, I decide to delete all partitions then install Windows 7. It went very well without any problem.
    Thursday, August 5, 2010 12:13 AM
  • i encountered this when reinstalling w7starter on an asus eee pc. here's how i got the install going again:

    when I saw the error, clicked ok and got back to the install/repair screen

    pressed shift-f10 to get the command window up

    typed BOOTREC /rebuildbcd into the window

    it searched for windows versions, asked me if I wanted to add a boot entry for windows.old, i said NO (i'm side by side reinstalling a new windows)

    asked me if i wanted to add c:\windows, i said YES

    it repaired the bcd database

    typing bcdedit into the window produced no errors

    clicked REPAIR in the setup interface

    it found some problems with the startup, i clicked REPAIR & RESTART

    and setup is proceeding again

    Friday, October 18, 2013 11:50 AM
  • hello i have recently installed  windows 7 pro on my intel i5 4th generation computer all process done successfully but online updates are not working .  windows update cannot currently check for updates, because the service is not running. you may need to restart your computer 

    please tel me solution 


    Friday, August 28, 2015 7:23 AM