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SWM/WIM File Error

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I am trying a new clean AIO and when I select my source files (which are the same as I used with the other tests) I get the following error. I tried again with a new extraction of my ISO files and got the same error

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I noticed the image has expired... I will try some tests tomorrow and get a new screen capture

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OK... I have managed to confuse myself on this one because I just extracted my ISO to a new folder, ran the AIO with no pre-configs and added two sets of drivers from my drivers pack so it selected the WIM fine. I am running it now for a 2nd time and will run more tests all day but all seems OK

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What the heck am I doing wrong... :sad01_anim: Using R100 yesterday i used a clean source and integrated just 2 sets of drivers (Chipset & Mass Storage) and let it complete.Since I like to do things in steps and I am testing, today I copied the entire working directory to a new folder (STEP 2) and was going to integrate IE9 but when I select AIO Tool it gives me the following popup:

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EDIT: OK so I deleted the following line in my settings file and was able to select the new directory with no error... still not sure I understand

sLastWIM=E:\_Slipstream\_7Builds\W7T_7SP1x64ent_TechNet-Step-1-Drivers\SOURCES\install.wim

EDIT 2: After successfully integrating IE9in my STEP-2 I have to remove the same entry in order to move on to my next STEP-3

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When you removed the string

E:\_Slipstream\_7Builds\W7T_7SP1x64ent_TechNet-Step-1-Drivers\SOURCES\install.wim

Did that file actually exist?

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Yes that file does exist as it is the previous integration folder

When you removed the string

Did that file actually exist?

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Hmm, well i've updated the error message to include more details, this will be in the next release. Does it happen all the time?

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Yes every time I do my testing in this manner I have to delete that line so it will let me select a new WIM

Hmm, well i've updated the error message to include more details, this will be in the next release. Does it happen all the time?

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Try v101, i've made a new error box for this error, hopefully it will shed more light on this problem :(

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I'm just finishing a loooong workday and will run some tests tonight and report back... thanks very much

Try v101, i've made a new error box for this error, hopefully it will shed more light on this problem :(

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I ran one test and the error didn't happen but I only integrated one set of drivers not both sets so I need to run more tests to really see whats going on.

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OK... so now I feel like I'm loosing my damn mind... I downloaded r102 and made 2 test runs with the same methods and drivers as my problem sets and I got zero errors and cannot reproduce the problem.

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