[5] Access Denied

Gavril

New Member
I get this error message whenever I try to load from an ISO on a USB (not sure what's important). I've looked at a few threads here, but none of them seem to have a solution other than one which suggested PowerRun, which hasn't helped me. I checked permissions and everything is marked for "Everyone", bot ISO and the USB the ISO is on (and the drive NTLite is on lol). A log file has been requested in all the threads I saw, but I'm not seeing one (I installed it in portable mode if that makes a difference). Uh, what else? Oh, and I created the ISO from an unwritable microsoft USB (you know the ones on amazon). Using win10 to create win10 for a clean install. NTLite is not on the system hdd.
I... Think that's it...

Thanks!
 

Clanger

Well-Known Member
This has cropped up before, use this search result. First thing i would check is to see if the file has been blocked by Explorer. Loading anything from a usb key isnt a good idea, extract the iso contents to somewhere like C:\W10DVD then load or drag that folder to NTLite start page. Other than that wait for nuhi or one of the other experienced guys.



O 2nd thought the MS USB key is essentially the same as a dvd so just copy the keys contents to the folder i gave above.
You cant load an iso, you have to extract the contents 1st.
 
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Gavril

New Member
Ah, Yes, Ok. I thought mounting it would be enough. So, yea, I extracted to another folder and it worked just fine. o_O
Thanks!
 

Clanger

Well-Known Member
Great :) You can mount an iso with Explorer but you have to extract the contents because NTLite cannot save t the iso.
 
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