An internal error occurred while building the run-time image.


S

s.k.easley

I installed XPE tools and database (local), SP1, on two machine, one XP
Pro, the other Win2K SP4. On both I created an .slx with the .pmq from
the XP Pro machine. Then I resolved all of the dependencies.

When I try to build the image, I get the following errors on both
machines:

An internal error occurred while building the run-time image.
Code = 0x80042338
Description = The CMI encountered an unexpected error from the Win32
subsystem. For more information see the application event log.

I'm in the Administrators group, and I tried doing the build from the
Administrator account itself, but to no avail.

I set up security auditing on the "Windows Embedded Data" and "Windows
Embedded Images" folders and their subfolders, and the log isn't
getting any security errors.

The application event log gets the following entries:

Event Type: Error
Event Source: CMI
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 10/19/2005
Time: 10:19:29 AM
User: N/A
Computer: SWSTAN865
Description:
The CMI encountered the following error: 0x80042338 (-2147212488)
Method Configuration.Build failed.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: CMI
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 10/19/2005
Time: 10:19:29 AM
User: N/A
Computer: SWSTAN865
Description:
The CMI encountered the following error: 0x8004234A (-2147212470) An
error occurred in the running script Configuration: .
Source: CMI.Utilities.1
Description: The CMI encountered an unexpected error from the Win32
subsystem. For more information see the application event log.
Help File: CMI.chm
HelpContext: 9016
Error code: 0x80042338 (-2147212488)
Source Line Text: ?
Source Line number: 307
Source Line position: 4


\scripthostc-1111
Event Type: Error
Event Source: CMI
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 10/19/2005
Time: 10:19:29 AM
User: N/A
Computer: SWSTAN865
Description:
The CMI encountered the following error: 0x8004234A (-2147212470) An
error occurred in the running script Base Component::.
Source: CMI.Utilities.1
Description: The CMI encountered an unexpected error from the Win32
subsystem. For more information see the application event log.
Help File: CMI.chm
HelpContext: 9016
Error code: 0x80042338 (-2147212488)
Source Line Text: ?
Source Line number: 964
Source Line position: 2


\scripthostc-1111
Event Type: Error
Event Source: CMI
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 10/19/2005
Time: 10:19:29 AM
User: N/A
Computer: SWSTAN865
Description:
The CMI encountered the following error: 0x80042338 (-2147212488)
Method Utilities.LoadHive failed.
Event Type: Error
Event Source: CMI
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 10/19/2005
Time: 10:19:29 AM
User: N/A
Computer: SWSTAN865
Description:
The CMI encountered the following error: 0x80042338 (-2147212488) The
CMI encountered an unexpected error from the Win32 subsystem. For more
information see the application event log.

\utilitiesc-5006
Event Type: Error
Event Source: CMI
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1
Date: 10/19/2005
Time: 10:19:29 AM
User: N/A
Computer: SWSTAN865
Description:
The CMI encountered the following error: 0x80070522 (-2147023582) A
required privilege is not held by the client.


\utilitiesc-5006

I also updated the XP Pro machine to XPE Tools and Database SP2. That
hasn't fixed the problem either.

I'm running out of ideas on things to try. Anyone have a clue on this
one?
 
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mich1985

hello s.k.,

try to unistall xpe tools and database and install it under the local
admin account. I think it could just be a security problem.

regards,
flo
 
S

s.k.easley

Danke, but it didn't work.

I uninstalled the tools, database, and MSDE...rebooted and logged into
the local Administrator. There, I installed XPE SP1 tools, msde, and
xpe database. In TD, I created a new .slx, resolved the dependencies,
and tried to build the image and got the same error.

I think its a security problem too, I just can't figure out what it is.
I set up security auditing on the 'Windows Embedded Data' and 'Window
Embedded Images' folders and their subfolders and got nothing. I'm
wondering if the problem is coming from inside the MSDE. I don't see
anyway of turning on auditing of its objects. Maybe I'll install the
developer edition of SQL Server and see what happens.

I can't understand why no one else has this problem, and I get it on
two different machines running two different versions of Windows (XPPro
and Win2K SP2). The only common denominator I can find between them is
me. Do you think maybe Microsoft put in some "if(s.k.easley)" code in
there?
 
M

mich1985

"Do you think maybe Microsoft put in some "if(s.k.easley)" code in
there? "
you never can tell...;-)

Are you able to load and unload registry hives manual in registry
editor? (Run/Regedit...)


have a nice weekend,

flo
 
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s.k.easley

Thanks flo for your responses. I think I found the problem, although I
don't really know why it's a problem. I tried logging into our network
administrator's account (he left the company a couple of weeks ago).
From that account the build worked. So we figured out how to add my
domain account to our domain server's Domain Administrators group.

That appears to have solved the problem.

Now why this is a problem I can't guess, especially in the cases when I
logged in as the local machine's administrator. I'm guessing there's
something screwy with the way the Repositories folder is accessed as a
share, but I'm not a MCSE and, right now, my company doesn't have one.

Thanks again for you help.
 

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