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 Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).

Well, I wanted to get my XP embedded image a little bit close to the target
but was stopped by a MS error message which I am trying to solve now.

Before I wanted to copy the XP embedded image which I created for a
different PC to the single board computer (SBC), I wanted to install Windows
XP on my SBC in order to run the Target Analyzer.

I understand that a running Windows XP system is necessary to run the Target
Analyzer (TA). Well, the SBC does not have a CD Rom drive installed, so I
created a DOS boot disk with LanManager and copied the entire Windows XP
install CD from the shared drive to the hard drive of my SBC. After the
initial run of WINNT the system reboots and when it finally wants to move
ahead and install Windows XP the following error message comes up:

Windows XP Professional Setup
=======================
Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).

Setup cannot continue. To quit, press F3.

Any ideas of how to get Windows XP setup for a one time run for Target
Analyzer without a CD Rom drive?

Thanks,
Wolfgang



 Sat, 06 Nov 2004 07:22:59 GMT   
 Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).

You need win2k(sp1) or Winxp in order to run TAP, not TA. TA.exe can be run
from real mode. If you had a bootable cd that you could get to ms-dos then
run ta, that will work.

In the past I have made a cd image of a Windows 98 EBD floppy, also copying
ta.exe onto the CD - this takes about 5 minutes. Then boot the machine to
the CD (which is essentially a win98 ebd now). Once at the dos prompt, run
TA.exe, have the devlist.pmq go to the hard drive and then copy it across
the network using your net boot disk.

Andy

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Well, I wanted to get my XP embedded image a little bit close to the target
but was stopped by a MS error message which I am trying to solve now.

Before I wanted to copy the XP embedded image which I created for a
different PC to the single board computer (SBC), I wanted to install Windows
XP on my SBC in order to run the Target Analyzer.

I understand that a running Windows XP system is necessary to run the Target
Analyzer (TA). Well, the SBC does not have a CD Rom drive installed, so I
created a DOS boot disk with LanManager and copied the entire Windows XP
install CD from the shared drive to the hard drive of my SBC. After the
initial run of WINNT the system reboots and when it finally wants to move
ahead and install Windows XP the following error message comes up:

Windows XP Professional Setup
=======================
Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).

Setup cannot continue. To quit, press F3.

Any ideas of how to get Windows XP setup for a one time run for Target
Analyzer without a CD Rom drive?

Thanks,
Wolfgang



 Sat, 06 Nov 2004 07:32:17 GMT   
 Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).
Wow, that is really good news. I did not try TA.EXE before. I have a simple
boot disk available now that will activate the DOS network drivers. This
allows me to run TA.EXE and save the device.pmq to the networked development
machine and import the .pmq file there.

In short, is TA.EXE the DOS version of TAP - and does it exactly the same
job?

Thank you,
Wolfgang

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 Sun, 07 Nov 2004 03:30:00 GMT   
 Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).
"Wolfgang Kaml" <wk...@phacor.removespam.com> wrote in news:eHOq
$2PACHA.1316@tkmsftngp05:

TA.EXE is not as complete as TAP.EXE.  That's because TAP.EXE can read the
XP registry and find all the hardware that XP discovered during it's setup.  
TA.EXE has to rely on the BIOS to report devices - therefore, you might be
missing some devices in the TA generate PMQ that the TAP generate PMQ would
report.  However, it is a good start - just be aware that the SLX create
from this PMQ needs to be augmented with other devices before you can even
think of building and booting from it.

Try both TA.EXE and TAP.EXE on your development machine to see the
differences between the two.

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 Sun, 07 Nov 2004 06:28:28 GMT   
 Setup cannot find the End User License Agreement (EULA).
I try the same way with hp omnibook notebook and result was more than
depresive. After importing device.pmq error was found on  ide controllers,
gc & modem drivers  after booting cdrom and display drivers missing no
ports founded etc so I dont belive that ms can't develop bootsoftware like
hdd
manufacturers to set all hardware and drivers without booting any os.

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 Mon, 08 Nov 2004 08:55:45 GMT   
 
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