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WinFuture xp-ISO-Builder

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This freeware application is let's you do a variety of useful things with your Windows install/recovery disks. One of the most interesting is allowing you to convert an OEM "System restore disk" or "Recovery disk" to a full-fledged Install Disk (e.g. so you can run/install it as a guest inside of a VM like VirtualBox, Xen, VMWare, etc.).

Here is a list of features from their website:

Here's what xp-Iso-Builder has to offer:

  • Integrate Service Packs & Updates
  • Integrate user accounts
  • Change registry settings
  • Unattended (automatic) installation incl. registration key and creation of user data
  • Change paths of different system folders
  • Change launch modes of system services
  • Defining pagefiles
  • Integrate user-defined desktop theme
  • Integrate your own fonts
  • Integrate controller drivers for SATA, RAID, etc.
  • Integrate device drivers for graphics, sound, network, etc.
  • Integrate service and security updates
  • Integrate applications
  • Remove unnecessary folders
  • Integrate your own folders
  • Convert Recovery-CDs
  • Enable usage of unauthorized visual styles
  • Speed up internet after installation of SP2 (TCP/IP patch)
  • Includes profile management for easy recovery of different settings made
  • Languages: German, English
  • Clarifications concerning every action
  • Create bootable CD/DVD-ISO-Image

Application Details:

Developer: WinFuture

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HOWTO: Deal with the initial DLL errors that occur during run

To deal with the "MSVBVM60.DLL" error that occurs when you try to run the app, you can use the winetricksscript: just grab a copy of the script, and do sh winetricks vb6run. This will install the necessary Visual Basic 6 libraries.

After you've done that, you'll get the error:

err:ole:CoGetClassObject class {0d43fe01-f093-11cf-8940-00a0c9054228} not registered
err:ole:create_server class {0d43fe01-f093-11cf-8940-00a0c9054228} not registered
err:ole:CoGetClassObject no class object {0d43fe01-f093-11cf-8940-00a0c9054228} could be created for context 0x5

 ... or something to that effect. To fix this, you need to get the MS DCOM DLLs (ole32, oleaut32) ... to learn how to fix this, see  and

After that, you will get the error:

err:seh:setup_exception_record stack overflow 1040 bytes in thread 0009 eip 7bc3ed58 esp 00230f20 stack 0x230000-0x231000-0x330000

... which I have yet to figure out how to fix.