|29 Dec 2008||#1|
PSHED.DLL missing or corrupt
i downloaded build 7000 yesterday. my problem is that during the setup, (when i boot from the setup disk), just after copying the windows setup files is completed, i get a screen with error that the file PSHED.DLL is missing or corrupt, and i cannot continue with the setup any further. tried running setup within the windows also, but then i get the error 0x80070241 just when the file copy process begins. i was running build 6956 earlier with no such problem. i guess the problem is with the iso that i downloaded. is there any way i can replace the corrupted file in the setup with the old one from build 6956? or any other way to resolve this problem?
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|29 Dec 2008||#4|
please do not post your email address here...
this is a public forum and anyone can access it...
the files are in one big one (think of it as a image file like a iso....)
i believe its called install.wim ( it should be the biggest file in the dvd)
the only way to do what you are asking is to extract the install wim
load that file (and you never know if there are other corrupt files in the image....)
restructure the install.wim file and then restructure the iso....
what i can tell is to do is to burn it again at 2x
its going to take a long time but then you can be sure that your image is corrupt and not a drive burning error....
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