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Sorry if this problem has already been, I look hard, since I do not know English ... In general, this problem pops up. "Error while trying to make the image" ... what could it be? I should windose 7 professional 32 bit license.

"exception:

Tool name: Integrator all in one (Windows 7 ENTERPRISE)

Image Name: Windows 7 ENTERPRISE

Argument: / Unmount "C: \ WinToolkit \ Mount" / commit

WIM-file: F: \ win7 \ x64 \ Windows 7 Enterprise x64 \ sources \ install.wim

Disc type: Fixed

Free Space: 60.51 GB

Existing file: True

IsReady: True

ImageX Tool for Windows

Copyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.

Version: 6.1.7601.21716

ERROR: Unable to use specified log file.

Committing: [C: \ WinToolkit \ Mount] ...

Unmount Error: Did not find an image mounted to [C: \ WinToolkit \ Mount].

Fixed

C: \

33.62 GB"

This error pops up in any way, or even the one I put my driver in it, or something removed. meaning one. BUT! at the confluence of several operating systems into a single, all prohodin normal. I work on the Russian version. the same issues the latest English version:

Exception:

Tool Name: All-In-One Integrator (1.4.0.70) (Windows 7 ENTERPRISE)

Image Name: Windows 7 ENTERPRISE

Argument: /mountrw "F:\win7\x64\Windows 7 Enterprise x64\sources\install.wim" 1 "C:\WinToolkit\Mount"

WIM File: F:\win7\x64\Windows 7 Enterprise x64\sources\install.wim

Mount Logging: True

Drive Type: Fixed

Free Space: 60.52 GB

IsReady: True

File Exists: True

Directory Exists: True

Files:

Directories:

Setting taskbar Progress

Setting taskbar Colour

Dumping Registry

Detecting cause of error #1

Detecting cause of error #2

Detecting cause of error #3

Detecting cause of error #4

ImageX Tool for Windows

Copyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.

Version: 6.1.7601.21716

Mounting: [F:\win7\x64\Windows 7 Enterprise x64\sources\install.wim, 1] -> [C:\WinToolkit\Mount]...

Error opening file [F:\win7\x64\Windows 7 Enterprise x64\sources\install.wim].

Процесс не может получить доступ к файлу, так как этот файл занят другим

процессом.

Fixed

C:\

33.68 GB

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Tried to rename the folder. the result is the same. changed the name of the operating system, did not help

exception:

Tool name: Integrator all in one (Windows7ENTERPRISE64)

Image Name: Windows7ENTERPRISE64

Argument: / Unmount "C: \ WinToolkit \ Mount" / commit

WIM-file: F: \ win7 \ x64 \ Windows7Enterprisex64 \ sources \ install.wim

Disc type: Fixed

Free Space: 60.53 GB

Existing file: True

IsReady: True

ImageX Tool for Windows

Copyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.

Version: 6.1.7601.21716

ERROR: Unable to use specified log file.

Committing: [C: \ WinToolkit \ Mount] ...

Unmount Error: Did not find an image mounted to [C: \ WinToolkit \ Mount].

Fixed

C: \

57.52 GB

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Using the workaround works fine for me! :dancing:

Windows 7 ULTIMATE.log


[2696] [ INFO ] Mounting new image.
Wim: [C:\Win7_SP1\sources\install.wim]
Image Index: [5]
Mount Path: [C:\WinToolkit\Mount]
[2696] [ INFO ] Wimserv process started for guid 594e443a-69ba-4572-82c4-105d967cb99c. Id is 3488
[3488] [ INFO ] ImageUnmarshallHandle: Reconstituting wim at C:\Win7_SP1\sources\install.wim.
[3488] [ INFO ] Mounted image at C:\WinToolkit\Mount.
[3488] [ INFO ] Received unmount request for image with guid 594e443a-69ba-4572-82c4-105d967cb99c.
[3488] [ INFO ] Unmount for image at C:\WinToolkit\Mount complete.

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Did you try the suggestion by myselfidem?

Try this workaround:

Create yourself manually the folders inside:

C:\WinToolkit\Mount

It seems WinToolkit doesn't create properly these folders!

Unmount Error: Did not find an image mounted to [C:\WinToolkit\Mount]

What exactly did you use for your folder location and content? (Don't use the translator for this part, cut and paste exactly what is there using [ code ] tags so we can see the actual folder names you use)

Cheers and Regards

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Got myself appointed here from my thread by myselfidem and I have to say that manually creating folders seems to do the trick for me now. What I do find strange though is that when I first ran Component Remover yesterday I only had an option to delete two components (don't remember which they were) and upon deletion and saving an image, I received my error.

As of typing, I'm running the Component Remover again and this time I did have an option to delete ALL the components. All seems to be working fine.

My wild guess is that for some unknown reason Win Toolkit thought I didn't have enough free space (which I did, mind you) therefore things couldn't get extracted or something therefore only two visible components therefore errors. My wild guess.

(I am admin on this PC and none of the browsers open at the time could suddenly make a 10GB of cache, also I haven't run other applications at the time of working with Win Toolkit. Except for browsers, that is.)

Thanks for the trick.

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The people that I probably found the problem, the problem of the antivirus. Cost to remove Kaspersky and put a g-data, such as the beginning of work. cheyas try to do the assembly. I have another question. For example if I made ​​a Windows 7 professional, and one wim image stuck Home, starter, ultimate .... will be implemented in a professional SETUP all other images? separately or remodel?

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The people that I probably found the problem, the problem of the antivirus.

Jeeze! I guess we always need to ask a new poster with a problem to verify the following before we offer any further advice:

1. Is your source image a CLEAN unmodified one?

2. Are you sure you do not have any spaces anywhere in the path or image/file name?

3. Are you running as an administrator?

4. Do you have enough free space on any drive which Win Toolkit might use for any reason?

5. Is your antivirus turned off and disabled?

6. Which version of Win Toolkit are you using?

7. What exact host OS are you using?

8. Which exact OS is the image you are trying to work on?

9. Have you attached your log file?

Did I miss any other important questions? Until those questions are answered by a new poster I see no reason to continue the troubleshooting process.

Cheers and Regards

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