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@balder.

Ok let me go through again, then I will let you know.
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@balder I tried you last suggestion but still getting the same error. i.e.


Remove disks or other media.
Press any key to restart.

I followed each and every step provided by you but still the problem persists.

You've mentioned to use your script, I guess you were talking about "Winbuilder" interface for those scripts to run. Am I right?
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@balder. Let me give you the distribution of USB drive (picture file)



And I am getting following error:



Can it be concerning with partition size which I made?
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@balder. Thank you so much.

The problem has been resolved, actually my system's antivirus was the culprit. I used virtual machine to do all the required steps neat and clean.

It works like a charm. Thank you again @balder........

I have tested that USB on few systems, it shows error sometime

MBR helper missing.

Otherwise it was perfect.
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@akk1984

Quote: "MBR helper missing"

This indicates you might have some error in your boot record ???

To 'clear out' this, you are doomed to completely wipe out all partitions and start all over again :(
I guess you got this error because of all 'try outs' you was forced to do - a result of not shut off antivirus program during process, which is recommended - he, he always this problems with antivirus programs :D

Nice it in the end worked okay :;):

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