Systems Deployment Question

Autorun.dll missing while using scripted installation

05/16/2018 1340 views
Hello i'm trying to make a automatic diployement using the new windows 1803 . so i've downloaded the iso file and installed it using a usb that worked perfectly.
But now that im using the scripted installation. on the step thats installing i get this message the file 'autorun.dll' could not be loaded or is corrupt. Setup cannot continue. Error code is [0x7E]

Does annyone know why this happens?
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Looks like an issue with the Source Media.

1- Re-download the source media again
2- Use a tool to get the MD5 checksum, such as:
3- Run it against the ISO and write down the checksum.
4- Mount the ISO and Upload it via Media Manager
5- Once the upload is done, go to Library > Source Media, and click on the ISO's name.
6- On this page scroll down and check the MD5 checksum, it should be the same.

This is to make sure you are not uploading a bad media into the kbox.
Answered 05/16/2018 by: Channeler
Red Belt

i will try this and let you know if it worked

EDIT: I'm getting a totally different MD5 checksum. so i'll redownload the windows  iso and retry this.
Answered 05/22/2018 by: clou
White Belt

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