If this is so, how the heck would you handle> deploying install images to machines with many different mass> storage devices? The receipt of or possession of this file does not *; convey any rights to modify its contents, in whole, or in part, *; without the specific written consent of LSI Does he have any past OS deployments in Altiris that you can look at or is he trying to get it up and running for the first time? It says everything loaded, but when it reboots the computer, I get the BSOD (Blue screen of death) with the error code 0x0000007b, meaning it doesn't recognize the hard drive/controller. http://odenews.net/general/txtsetup-fix.html
E-E doesn't appear to have any specific Altiris forums. 0 LVL 18 Overall: Level 18 MS Legacy OS 6 Windows OS 6 Windows XP 5 Message Active today Author Closing Press any key to continue. I'm 95% sure this is because it's looking for the appropriate mass storage drivers to install and is not finding them, probably due to syntax issues in my txtsetup.oem file. (?)In TxtSetup.oem File Format During the text-mode setup phase of operating system installation, Windows installs drivers for devices that are required to boot the machine.
It's easy! cheers Steve Posted by Steve Si at 01:13 Reactions: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Featured post SDI_CHOCO page In addition, we can call the functions that are part of the Windows operating system. XP text-mode setup will get confused if you don't use the same disk name tag file for both disks and have the same files on both disks, so you need to
By John Prophet in forum Applications and Operating Systems Replies: 4 Last Post: November 29th, 2003, 10:26 PM XP OEM pre-install disk? Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Device Drivers Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. The net result is that I now have two driver 'packages', one for 2000 and one for 2003. The installation starts with "Setup is > inspecting yourcomuter's hardware configuration" and then > just hangs.
I've tried using the txtsetup.oem file that came with the drivers. I decided to get me an NCQ SATA drive to perk it up a bit. I have read through most of your related forums but failed to find a similar problem. http://rmprepusb.blogspot.com/2013/06/txtsetupoem-files-for-f6-floppy-disks.html Fareness: When & Where for Low Airfare Register Help Remember Me?
However, if you want to copy across more driver filesthan just the one allowed per section (or any type and number of extra files), just add more 'catalog=d1,fred.sys' lines, as many http://linux.dell.com/repo/hardware/OMSA_5.4/system.ven_0x1028.dev_0x01b8/w2003_64/scsi_raid/r100373/txtsetup.oem A Defaults section See Defaults Section of a TxtSetup.oem File for further information. ah... Can you help me to buid the paramsadd.txt file?
Isthis txtsetup.oem file derived from one you got from VIA? - Pat MVP, Windows Server - Setup/Deployment http://unattended.sourceforge.net/ TonyMay 11, 2004, 12:32 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.setup_deployment (More info?)>-----Original Message----->"Tony"
I'll fix that and try again.>>Also, when you have a "[MassStorageDrivers]" section, Setup assumes>you know what you are doing and skips trying to load any other>mass-storage drivers, even the retail ones http://spacecollective.org/ Reply Reply With Quote April 18th, 2005,07:08 PM #5 doddsy View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries ska7ing away..... experimentation for several days I realized that my problem probably lies with the txtsetup.oem file and I've been working on that for the last few days. value_type Specifies the type of the registry entry.
The ONLY difference is that in one txtsetup.oem you set the [Defaults] section to your AHCI driver, and on the other txtsetup.oem file you set the [Default] to Firadisk. (in fact, I hope this saves someone hours of work! xp home and xp 64 both needed compatible sata drivers installed during set up.
Most of these drivers are included with the operating system. I took the VIA txtsetup.oem file and modified it to > include just what I expected was needed for the text mode > portion of the setup. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Facebook Twitter Google The PCI IDs used in txtsetup.oem is NOT checked by Setup - whatever driver you tell it to load is loaded by Setup - if the driver reports that if failed
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I have gone through the usual hassle because the server doesn't let you load drivers (no floppy drive), but I found a neat way to use a USB Memory Stick to I've even pruned down the file to bare minimums and it is still doing it. One or more HwComponent sections See HwComponent Section of a TxtSetup.oem File for further information. All rights reserved. *; *; This file is property of LSI Logic, Inc.
I'm beginning to > become completely and truly baffled.Well, you might start over with Via's txtsetup.oem file in its initialstate. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. It scans$OEM$\TEXTMODE and the media itself to derive the names of theavailable "OEM" and "RETAIL" drivers, and asks which ones you want toinclude.> Thanks for your help Pat. Txtsetup.oem was fine; driver files were in the wrong location in the RIS image.As per MS instructions, $OEM$\TXTSETUP needs to be created inside the i386 folder for unattended installs:i386\$OEM$\TXTSETUPBut RIS installs
and is licensed for *; use as is. There are some rules for txtsetup.oem and I will explain the syntax by highlighting the bits that need to match: KEY DriverKey - different Config sections can be defined for each If for example LSI SCSI is in the defaults section, then SATA HostRaid tries to find symmpi.sys.. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Koz 0 Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software > Windows Technical Mojo Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual
The files specified will then be copied across to the hard disk C:\Windows\OEMDir folder.