machine.inf error (revisited)


R

rege

I have been trying to build the embedded xp image on a windows 2000
platform for quite some time but keep getting this error message:


R: Error 1004: Invalid resource: "<File(819):"%17%","machine.inf">":

(Error -2147023084 (0x80070714) in "": The index specified does not
reference
an existing item in the collection.)

I have tried several of the suggestions posted heere before but to no
avail. The shared repository folder conatins the said file(s) and is
accessible. The same problem occurs with all .inf files.

Is this a problem wrt Win 2k only? will upgrading the OS to Win XP
help?
Or any other suggestions??? Please respond.


Thanks in advance.
 
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K

KM

rege,

Just to confirm - you've got WSH 5.6 installed on the W2K machine and no AV software is running there?

KM
 
K

Kits Rege

Hi KM,
thanks a lot for the quick response!

However the problem solved by itself when i installed it on Win XP
platform.... earlier i was running XPE studio on Win 2K... although the
documentation says it should run fine on WIN 2K with SP2.....
anyways....

Thanks a lot KM!

REgards,
Rege
 
G

Guest

Hi Rege,

I found the same question as your on Win2000 platform, but I am on
Windows xp professional with winxpe sp2. The error information include "code
=0x800a0046 "

Any other suggestions??? Please help me.

Thanks a lot!

David Han
 
K

KM

David,

You should describe what your problem(s) are. It is not clear from the message you posted what exactly the issue.

Just folloing the error code you mentioned... Verify if the user account you logged on is NOT in Guests or Limited user account
group but in the Administrators group.

KM
 
G

Guest

Hi KM,
Thank for your reply so quickly.
After the dependency check normally. And no error no warning. When I
building a image, and almost in the end of the build, A error information
said" an internal error. code==0x800a0046 The index specified does not
reference an existing item in the collection"
Please help me, thank a lot.

David Han
 
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K

KM

David,

Unless you want to find out what component makes the build error, you may want to check:
- If you are logged on in a user with enough privileges (Administrators group only, not Guests or Limited user groups)
- If you are running any AV software on the dev machine. If you do - turn it off.
- Make sure the WSH version installed on your machine is the latest (5.6)
 
G

Guest

Hi,KM,

Only OS and the winxpe studio and Kaspersky anti-virus were installed
on my PC, and I logon as administrator. when building image, the error
information occur windows sp2 dll updating.

thanks advance

David Han
 
K

KM

David,

You would need to try to stop Kaspersky AV.
To do that, please go to "AVP Control Centre" GUI (should be an icon for it in systray area) and stop AVP Monitor. Also, in system
Services GUI please disable the "AVP Control Centre Service" service.
Reboot and try to build a runtime again.

It was not clear to me what error message you are getting. Please post that part of your build log here.
 
G

Guest

Hi KM,
I have done as your suggestion, but it will still occur. like below:
...............................................
Building: Windows XP Service Pack 2 OOB Resource DLL: copying
C:\WINDOWS\system32\mui\0804\xpob2res.dll
Building: Windows XP Service Pack 1 Resource DLL: copying
C:\WINDOWS\system32\mui\0804\xpsp1res.dll
An internal error occurred while building the run-time image.
Code = 0x800a0046
Description = The index specified does not reference an existing item in the
collection.

Please Help me, thanks a lot!

David Han
 
K

KM

David,

For the following components
"Windows XP Service Pack 2 OOB Resource DLL"
"Windows XP Service Pack 1 Resource DLL"
please perform the following steps:

1. Remove them from your configuration and then manually add them from the Catalog ("Software : System : System Services : Base"
category, Visibility=100).

2. If step #1 doesn't help and you still see the build errors, please clear up "Enable multilanguage user interface for this
component" options on both components' Settings pages.

3. If step #2 doesn't help, please remove all MUI packs from your XPe install and try to build an English only runtime. let us know
if the problem gioes away.


KM
 
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