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More More All Activity Home AutoIt v3 AutoIt Help and Support AutoIt General Help and Support GImageX fails to mount WIM dism mount image error 87 Sign in to follow this Followers 0 GImageX fails to mount WIM Started by Denver80203, December 1, 2009 6 posts in this topic Denver80203 0 Seeker Members 0 2 posts #1 ·  Posted December mount wim file windows 7 1, 2009 (edited) Sorry if this is the wrong place to post.. I couldn't find a forum location specific to gimageX It was working fine for me.. now it's not working at all.. I don't know what happened. When I attempt to mount any wim image, from any machine, I get Mount Path: F:\Image Image File: F:\DENOSDeploy\Operating Systems\Image_x86\Image_x86.wim Image Index: 1 Mounted R/W: 0 Opening WIM...please wait... ERROR: Unable to

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mount image. ERROR: ??? Doesn't matter if I choose R/W or not. I've triple checked that all the required .dll files, sys inf, exe listed as requires are in the directory with the program (running most recent WAIK). I've tried on many machines with many WIM files 86/64)... always the same error running the latest RTM. Has anyone else seen this? Not sure where to start looking. Edited December 1, 2009 by Denver80203 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Denver80203 0 Seeker Members 0 2 posts #2 ·  Posted December 1, 2009 More info... When I try to fall back onto imageX, I get an error that there is already an image loaded in the mount folder. There's nothing in it. If I delete the folder and create a new one, imagex works fine. if I delete the folder, add a new one, Gimagex still throws the same error Share this post Link to post Share on other sites kj75 0 Seeker Members 0 1 post #3 ·  Posted May 4, 2011 (edited) While it's unusual to post a reply to a topic so long after the fact, this thread came up first in Google so I figured I'd post the solution I discov

to mount images, make changes, and comit changes by using ImageX and DISM tool. Prerequisites: you have to have WAIK for Win 7 installed. Key terms: image, mount, dism, wim, imagex, unmount, commit Image Location We have our the user attempted to mount to a directory that does not exist DVD in our DVD drive, so let's find our image. We will browse to the imagex unmount [DVD Drive]:\sourcesfolder. There we can find ‘install.wim‘ image. Image 192.1 - install.wim Image Location Install.wim, which is a Windows image file, stores

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all five Windows 7 edition (we can see them below the install.wim image). Because of Single Instance Storage, if some file is common between all five of those editions, the wim file will only store one copy of https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/106189-gimagex-fails-to-mount-wim/ that file. That's why our image is only 2,1 GB in size for all editions of Windows 7. Now, we will copy install.wim image from the DVD to our hard drive, to the C:\images folder in our case. We will also create new folder inside of C:\images folder, which we will use to mount our image. We will call it ‘mount'. The content of C:\images folder now looks like this: Image 192.2 - images Folder http://www.utilizewindows.com/mount-and-unmount-windows-7-image-using-imagex-and-dism/ Content Remember, in order to use ImageX and DISM we have to have Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit (WAIK) installed on our computer. Next, what we need to do is run the Deployment Tools Command Prompt from the Start Menu > Microsoft Windows AIK. We will make sure to open it with elevated privileges (right-click, Run as administrator). Mount Image Using ImageX To mount our image we can use ImageX or DISM tool. In this case we will use ImageX. First, we will gather information about our image. To do that we will enter the following command: imagex /info c:\images\install.wim (imagex /info ‘image source'). Image 192.3 - Gathered Information As we can see, we get a report in xml format. At the top we can see image GUID, number of images, compression, etc. Below we can see Available Image Choices. This portion is important because here we see which index number belongs to which edition of Windows. So, for example in our case, we see that Image Index ‘5' belongs to the Windows 7 Ultimate edition. Another example is Home Premium which has index number 3. Image 192.4 - Ultimate Edtition Image 192.5 - Home Premium Edition When we mount an image, we have to designate which image edition we want to mount. We will do that using particular Index Number. Let's tr

(עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 (한국어)中华人民共和国 (中文)台灣 (中文)日本 (日本語)  Home20132010Other VersionsLibraryForumsGallery Ask a question Quick access Forums home Browse forums users FAQ Search related threads Remove From My Forums Answered by: WDS - Using WAIK - Inject Driver into boot.wim image https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/195d1451-35c4-4117-b673-9d2acebb76b9/wds-using-waik-inject-driver-into-bootwim-image?forum=winservergen Windows Server > Windows Server General Forum Question 0 Sign in http://reboot.pro/topic/16060-wim-mounting-inside-win7pe-problems/ to vote Hi. Previously I have successfully used WDS to capture and then deploy an image across the network. I upgraded Server to HP GLG5, now the client I attempt to capture is unable to upload to the WDS server? When I specify the WDS server name and click dism mount on "Connect" there is a is a looooooooooooooong delayt, followed by "unable to connect to network".The network drivers I have in the Capture Image allow me to connect the client to the G5 (WDS) to select and run the Capture utility - the only part that doesn't work is the "upload to WDS server".I hit 'Shift F10' then ran ipconfig. No the user attempted IP is being issued so presume the capture image does not have driver support for the nic in the dc5800......I followed a thread that advised the following:[quote] You will need to inject a RIS driver for your broadcom product, you should be able to use one of the drivers here: http://www.broadcom.com/support/ethernet_nic/netxtremeii.php  .  find your boot.wim.  create folders c:\peboot\mount and c:\peboot\driver using your aik cmd prompt: imagex /mountrw c:\boot.wim 2 c:\peboot\mount peimg /inf=c:\peboot\driver\*.inf /image=c:\peboot\mount imagex /commit /unmount c:\peboot\mount  create NEW capture and deploy images from this created image. This is how it is supposed to work.  i also have been less than succesfull with the DL380g5......[/quote]However when I run "imagex /mountrw c:\boot.wim 2 c:\peboot\mount" AIK returns:[quote]Mounting : [c:\myPath\boot.wim, 2] ->                          [c:\myPath\mountError mounting image :Access is denied.[/quote]I am logged into the server as administrator and have not modified any permissions (the boot.wim is from the Vista DVD).I am attempting to capture image for a HP DC5800 (CM lists Network Adapters - Intel 825566DM Gigabit Network Connection)Anyone able to help on this one?Many Thanks,Phil. Thursday, July 03, 2008 7:26 AM Repl

Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. WIM mounting inside Win7PE - problems Started by AckerMAN , Dec 23 2011 06:31 AM Please log in to reply 22 replies to this topic #1 AckerMAN AckerMAN Members 9 posts Location:Petropavlovsk, North Kazakhstan Interests:IT   Kazakhstan Posted 23 December 2011 - 06:31 AM I'm expecting problems with using imagex inside Win7PE. Got same problem on Win7 RTM and Win7 SP1 sources. When i'm trying to mount WIM-image I receive "Error mounting image. Access is denied". I tried to replace standart "wimmount" driver with "wimftlr" (of course with corresponding ImageX from Vista AIK) but it not works correctly too, when I'm trying to mount image, for example, to directory X:WIM, it actually got mounted to the root of drive, and cannot be unmounted. Currently i'm using latest Win7PESE, WinBuilder [080], ImageX 6.1.7600.16385 (from Win7 AIK) and Win7 SP1 Enterprise EN-US as source, build model is normal (not ram-boot).Is there any way to mount wim-images on Win7PE? Back to top #2 NetFanTom NetFanTom Frequent Member .script developer 117 posts   Germany Posted 23 December 2011 - 07:18 AM Hello! Imagex.exe 6.1.7600.16385 uses wimmount service to mount wim files.Please check the %windir%\system32\drivers\wimmount.sys and (%windir%\system32\) wimgapi.dll.This files must also have the version 6.1.7600.16385.If you want to use KB3AIK_XX's imagex.exe (=wimmount) ,than be sure wimfltr service is not running. (check with "sc.exe query wimfltr" --> If Status is 4 , than running) (Thanks to JFX & Wimb)IF wimfltr service not running, than you can safely use KB3AIK_XX's imagex.exeIF wimfltr service is running, than RESTART your computer.But i think it is better to use the wimfltr methode. In Image Configuration sc


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