Error at processing: Aborted - Feature setup [193] %1 is not a valid Win32 application.

SaurikSI

New Member
Hello, I tried to make a custom version of the following ISO: Windows 10 Multi-Edition, Version: 1709, Build:16299.15 (install.wim, edited the Pro Edition). But when I try the following error appears: Aborted - Feature setup [193] %1 is not a valid Win32 application.

I tried everything including obviously running NTLite as administrator, installing it to different locations, disabling all the anti-virus shields, running it with compatibility mode in Windows 8, and installing both the 32 and 64 bit version of NTLite; but it keeps failing, In this message I will put a link to the screenshot of the problem:

Someone PLEASE help me!
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
Upload your preset and the ntlite.log from the temp folder, use the option 'Attach files' under the left frame of the text field you write your reply.

Don´t forget to remove your personal data from the preset, if there is any.
 

SaurikSI

New Member
Upload your preset and the ntlite.log from the temp folder, use the option 'Attach files' under the left frame of the text field you write your reply.

Don´t forget to remove your personal data from the preset, if there is any.
Ok, here it is, the "Config.XML" file is the preset file, and the file called "NTLite.log" is the log file
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
boot.wim doesn't have features, as you can see the error only in NTLite when you load the install.wim file where the issue seems to be present (when try to start enabling or disabling features).
 

SaurikSI

New Member
boot.wim doesn't have features, as you can see the error only in NTLite when you load the install.wim file where the issue seems to be present (when try to start enabling or disabling features).
And no, the error don't happen when I LOAD the install.wim file, the error comes when I make modifications and I build (save) the changes to the file (The green Process button)
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
Well, how I fix this error?
as i reply your mp, don't change the features state.
And no, the error don't happen when I LOAD the install.wim file, the error comes when I make modifications and I build (save) the changes to the file (The green Process button)
my mistake, it's features.

load the boot.wim and install.wim, compare
there are no features tab in boot.wim
 

SaurikSI

New Member
I tried again but changing something from features, and I get this different error: Aborted - Feature setup [193] %1 is not a valid Win32 application.
 

nuhi

NTLite developer
Staff member
@SaurikSI, seems like your DISM is broken. Maybe %temp%\ntlite_dism.log has more info.
To confirm outside of the tool, please try the following from the elevated command-line:
Code:
dism /online /Get-Intl
If it works successfully, which would be very surprising, edit settings.xml in NTLite's folder before starting it and change:
<ForceDismExe>false</ForceDismExe>
to
Code:
<ForceDismExe>true</ForceDismExe>
Start the tool and try then.
Let me know how it goes, thanks.
 

SaurikSI

New Member
@SaurikSI, seems like your DISM is broken. Maybe %temp%\ntlite_dism.log has more info.
To confirm outside of the tool, please try the following from the elevated command-line:
Code:
dism /online /Get-Intl
If it works successfully, which would be very surprising, edit settings.xml in NTLite's folder before starting it and change:
<ForceDismExe>false</ForceDismExe>
to
Code:
<ForceDismExe>true</ForceDismExe>
Start the tool and try then.
Let me know how it goes, thanks.
Thank You a LOT!
It worked perfectly, very fast support!
 

PhsMu

Active Member
It happened to me too on 5955 after updating from 5855. Force-Dism works too. Just posting here for reference. Thanks for the help and NTLite. My Notebooks run much faster and lighter now.
 
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