You need drivers (either NIC and/or storage drivers). TXTSETUP.OEM is a driver file.
The following articles should help you along the way:
How to add drivers to the WinPE Image (formerly KB #3469):
How to Troubleshoot WinPE hanging after selecting an OSD script from the Boot Menu:
You may also want to read through the OSD BKM's
Best Known Method for Deploying Windows XP using Windows PE:
Best Known Method for Provisioning - XP Unattended Install LD88:
NOTE -- Provisioning and OSD are *different* - I'm just making sure you have BKM's for both.
LANDesk EMEA Technical Lead
I have read all but the article on provisioning, and i am still not seeing an answer.
I have added the SATA and network driver into ldvpe1.img file. I then redeployed the PXE boot server.
when i start the machine here is the process i go through up until the error
1. I press f12 and choose Onboard NIC
2. Then I hit f8 and choose winpe menu from the list ( I have also tried managed winpe)
3. It loads the ramdisk from my PXE boot server
4. It then begins windows preinstallation environment
5. Then before any progress on the bar it errors out with txtsetup.oem
i did not find the answer in those docuements. but i did get past that issue. the drivers.0 file did not have the files from mass storage drivers, even though i put them in through LANDesk. i had to edit them manually. you can find the of the the file in ldvpe1.IMG located in \i386\system32. just copy all the files from the drivers into that folder. after that i booted right into WinPe to work on my other issues.
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I won't try to guess how you got here, but it seems pretty obvious that you're stuck with a broken WinPE image. Your WinPE boot fails before other problems like missing drivers might kick in. You need to get back to a sane WinPE image. You did remember to take a backup of your ldvpe1.img before you started making any changes, didn't you? If you didn't, this document might help: http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-1113. Or also, have a look here: http://community.landesk.com/support/message/23280. It just so happens, I had recently published a document + tool on a related subject. I have updated both the article and the tool to handle your situation.
I believe it might have been your posts that led me to the solution. although i also had outside help. now my problem has to do with the fact that i have a blank boot menu in WinPE.