It broke everything, I had to reinstall and it booted up and worked fine. One time.
On reboot, it tried to "configure updates" which was odd since I'd made it a point to DISABLE updates as this has happened in the past.
So it "reverts changes" and reboots, I select that partition from grub2 and get the bluescreen error in the topic.
Great. So I reinstall AGAIN (waik is a huge headache) and manually move the language packs needed to the system32 folder BEFORE installing. Seems like that'd fix it yeah
It didn't. I remember having this issue once before back when I first installed to this drive and it being a 3 day process to find and implement a fix. Now I can't find the fix I used.
Is there any way to logon to my other windows 7 install and manually install a language pack to this one? Every "fix" I see is just "reinstall and cross your fingers" but I know I've fixed this before by moving files around and rebooting.
To summarize: I need to install a language pack from another windows install on the same computer and google is no help.
Alternatively: anybody who's installed with waik to a usb drive mind explaining the tricks needed? Or recommending a better program to do the same?
Edited by Idonegoofed, 07 September 2017 - 09:19 PM.