GTx-M.M, on Jan 20 2010, 00:10, said:
when i dumped a rom i got a don't send dialog ( u know send report to microsoft ) the problem was with PKGtool.exe after it finished i got the folders like SYS ROM and dump etc.
i put my favorite programs and files in the rom then i Build it like u said let it as default don't check or uncheck just changed the name the options i pressed
Build the status like this
Please Wait ...
Error Opening .ROM\imageinfo.bin
( BuildOS Window came and pressed Play then wait to it done then closed it )
(ExtReloc window came closed it directly )
imgfs-new.bin not Found
***Created File Finshed RO\JA1X0.nb0
Done... Check for Error Messages.
i realy have that JA1X0.nb0 in Finished ROM Folder
about the kitchen dir its in
now my question is it safe to flash my device or not
ur advice btw : i dumped it and it was ok same files and programs i added them but is there a solution for the errors
and thanks for the kitchen
1. If you had a problem with PkgTool.exe, did it really split all the files in OEM and SYS folders. You should check what is there.
2. When you had an "Error opening .ROM\imageinfo.bin. You can check if the file imageinfo.bin is in SYS\.ROM\ folder.
3. If you run BuildOS, when it finishes, you can see in BuildOS if there were any errors (before you close it).
4. If you had an error "imagefs-new.bin not found it means that the file has not been created by imgsFromDump.exe.
5. I don't think the built ROM is complete, so don't use it.
That's why I am almost finished with the new version which has more error checking. If there is one error it will stop building ROM and have message "Building ROM failed". If you can wait a day of two I should have it then.
Looking at your path to the kitchen E:\O2 KITCHEN\Z_i8000kitchen, I can see one potencial problem. You have a space in the path O2 Kitchen. Try to remove the space and try again.
A brief explanation, why I think it may fail when you have a space in the path. The application used in the kitchen are Console based - osnbtool, imgfsToDump, imgfsFrom dump etc. To run them you specify command line parameters. Basically you open DOS window and type the command. For example to extract xip.bin from the .nb file command is like this "osnbtool.exe -d pda.nb 1 xip.bin". So, osnbtool has 4 parameters: -d, pda.nb, 1, xip.bin. If you put in place of pda.nb a path like yours E:\O2 Kitchen\Z_i8000kitchen\pda.nb", you can see that the space between O2 and Kitchen will split the parameter into two: E:\O2, Kitchen\Z_i8000kitchen\pda.nb. This will make 5 parameters in osnbtool command, which it can't process. It is looking for certain values for each parameter. The same applies to other programs. Unfortunately, those are programs that everybody uses. I will have a look if I can do something when I pass a path to those programs. But for now you can try to remove the space, or better still copy what's in your Z_i8000kitchen to O2KITCHEN - without a space.