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  • Error Building WinPE Image (255): Unknown Failure

    I've been following these instructions exactly as written but I'm getting the following error when attempting to create an ISO with the WinPE Builder.
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    I'm running Windows 10 Pro 19043.1706. ​I used BurnInTest v9.2 Pro with a valid license. I installed the required Windows ADK, and Windows PE Addon. Tried with both the 1903 and the 2004 version. I reviewed some of the other posts on this forum but none seem to offer a valid solution. I changed the startup script to include the -c flag, with the resulting line being: ""x:\Program Files\burnintest\bit.exe" -h -x -c LastUsed.bitcfg". I've also tried removing the flag and generating the ISO with the standard script so I doubt this is the issue. I set "C:\BIT BOOT" as the temp working dir. Chose to Save as ISO.

    Any hints/help you can provide is greatly appreciated!

  • #2
    It looks like it is successful in building the WinPE image but failing to write it to the ISO. Not sure the reason, we'll have to look into it.

    As a workaround, run WinPEBuilder until you receive Error Building WinPE Image (255): Unknown Failure dialog. IMPORTANT: DO NOT click OK (once you do, WinPEBuilder will clean up the files and you won't be able to manually make the ISO image using the steps below).

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    From the start menu go to Window Kits. Right-Click Deployment and Imaging Tools and select Run as administrator.

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    Enter the command below and it should create the ISO in your temp directory:

    Code:
    makewinpemedia /iso /f "C:\BIT BOOT\WPB0000" "C:\BIT BOOT\temp.iso"
    Once you created the ISO image, you can click OK in WinPEBuilder and it will clean up the temporarily files.

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    • #3
      I was able to generate the iso with your instructions. Hopefully this helps anyone else struggling with the same issue. Thank you so much for your quick response!

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