We also had the problem of the absence of EULA (“Setup can`t find the end user license agreement”). I used Rufus 1.3.4. In advanced format options, you can change the BIOS IDENTIFIANT. The BIOS STANDARD ID was set by Rufus at 0x81. I tried to 0x82 that made the PC restart forever. Then I tried to 0x80 and went past the LABO message and was able to format the partition and the installation files were copied onto the score. Unfortunately, after a reboot, I launched the error message “Windows couldn`t start because the next file is missing or corrupted: -System32-hal.dll Thanks for reinstalling a copy of the file above.” I could solve this problem by repairing the start file.ini on the target PC hard drive and doubly replacing “multi(0)disk (0)rdisk (1) partition (1)” with “multi (0)disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1)”. even a look here superuser.com/a/623998/63915 I tried to use two programs but still failed until I found this forum. I know it will work well despite the reader`s registration, but my end user is not a computer scientist and he is kind of confusing them after the last 20 years with C: reader. The most common problem is that your source-XP does not contain the right hard drive players for your system. If your BIOS is set up for SATA AHCI mode, change it to Legacy IDE mode.
If you can`t change AHCI/SATA`s BIOS mode, you must either get an XP installation CD/ISO with built-in mass storage sensors, or use Easy2Boot with the Mass Storage Driver Pack. We also had the problem of the absence of EULA (“Setup can`t find the end user license agreement”). 4) If Windows copied the installation files and the installation started earlier, there was previously hpt3xxx.sys file error defect I extracted the i386 driver file.cab in the i386 folder and bypassed hpt3xx.sys Did I fix the hard drive before starting USB, and f12 used to get a start menu. Nevertheless, the Windows files were copied to the USB drive. Before he started copying, he said: “Review 80GB disk” or something on this scale, which is the hard drive. Setup knows that the disc is available. The first score is FAT32 8GB, active set. The second partition is NTFS 65GB, logically expanded. As mentioned above, it works well when I install Windows from an optical drive (same partition scheme: Windows installs on 8GB FAT32). Only for registration and without any offense to any other method/tool and their respective authors, I would like to try the winsetupFromUSBwithGUI approach, which is the most tested approach – I think – (successfully).