You cannot start the computer by using a CDFS-based image file to install Windows Vista
You experience this problem if you use a tool other than one of the following tools to create the image file:
Note The ETFSBOOT.COM program creates the CD boot sector.
The ISO 9660 specification instructs that a name for a file record should consist of the file name that is followed by the file version. Also, the specification instructs that you must separate the file name and the file version by a semicolon. For example, the following file record is valid:
Note The CDimage.exe program does not append a file version to a file name in a file record.
Therefore, if you use a program other than CDimage.exe or OSCDimg.exe to create the CDFS image file, the computer does not start from the image.
Note Do not specify a file version when you create the CDFS-based image.
Article ID: 931708 - Last Review: 01/31/2007 18:28:31 - Revision: 1.2
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