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 Incorrect Source of Windows Files @ ASUS EEE 900 DVD 
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Post Incorrect Source of Windows Files @ ASUS EEE 900 DVD
I have this image of a recovery-dvd for an ASUS EEE 900
So I'm trying to make a bootable USB Drive by using WinToFlash.
I have Mounted the image in Virtual Clone Drive

In the program I choose as "Windows Files Path", the source, letter L
And the USB Drive, Letter K

When pressing next, I keep getting this error: Incorrect Source Of Windows Files.
Why is this happening?

Here are the filelist of the recovery image.
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05 Oct 2009, 07:51
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Is it mustiOS CD? What is i386xp folder?


05 Oct 2009, 08:03
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I'm Not shure. I downloaded it from the internet.
I have tried every folder in the ISO file mounted and have also tried to copy the content from the ISO file to my harddrive.
In the Recovery-folder there is an Ghost file.

Here's the info in the *.nfo file
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Asus EEE PC 900 Support DVD Rev. 1.0 Windows XP [h33t][sjcornell]

Complete copy (in iso format) of the original Asus EEE PC 900 Support DVD containing Windows XP and all drivers for the Asus EEE PC 900 Netbook.
This should not need a key. This copy of the original disc should run automatically when booted from an EEE PC. This came with my EEE PC 900
Netbook and it will restore back to the factory image of a new EEE PC 900. I don't know if it will work with other models of EEE PCs but I doubt
the operating system is model specific, you will probably need additional drivers if you use it with different models.

This is completely virus free. It is made from my copy of the original support DVD and it has been scanned with Norton Internet Security for
Viruses, Spyware, and other risks and it has been reported to be clean. So, if your program of choice finds anything, it came from your system
not mine.

There are no passwords or cracks necessary to use these files. However, you will need an ISO program in order to extract this iso to burn it to
DVD.

I will seed as much as I possibly can. I don't have set hours for seeding but I am using my laptop so it may not always be on but I will leave
it on as much as possible. If you need this seeded again, leave a comment and I will re-seed.

If you download this DVD, please be kind and seed it for other people. I can't seed it for everyone and I can't keep posting new torrents if I
am constantly seeding old torrents.

PowerISO reports this file to be 3.9 GB.


05 Oct 2009, 08:57
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I think it's not a installation it's image recovery DVD. You need to transfer it as WinPE XP/2003 in advanced mood.


05 Oct 2009, 09:59
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Tried that. Getting following error:
'Incorrect Source Of PE Files'


05 Oct 2009, 10:09
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This may help:

Mount / unpack WINPE.ISO and transfer it like WinPE. When WinToFlash finished, manually copy all other files to USB drive, and start normally from USB.


05 Oct 2009, 13:10
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Post Re: Incorrect Source of Windows Files @ ASUS EEE 900 DVD
I followed your instructions, and it didn't work.
I think it's cause I could not fit all the files on my 4GB thumb-drive.
Anyway, here's how i solved it.

I Mounted WINPE.ISO and transfer it like WinPE.
Burned the whole recovery-ISO on a DVD.
Booted with the usb thumb and installed by using external DVD-Rom. Voila :)

Thanks so much for your time and effort. Greatly appreciated :)


05 Oct 2009, 17:15
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tricky one...


05 Oct 2009, 21:41
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Oh, I have found good tutorial: http://spemi.blogspot.com/2009/09/reins ... -asus.html


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