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#176 stevekong04

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Posted 14 January 2012 - 07:34 AM

To Wonko The Sane,

Thanks for the answers. After reading the links provided, I am even more confused. If there an easier way to modify the bootsector to recognised in IBM, Lenovo and HP brands. Thanks again

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Posted 14 January 2012 - 08:06 AM

To Wonko,

Following the links, I came across this program Killchs. But how do I use this ? I am suppose to provide a name (filename.ext) ie. KillCHS <filename.ext>. Now where do I find this name ?

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Posted 14 January 2012 - 11:52 AM

Killchs is a small program that will "patch" the bootsector code along the lines of the findings by Clemens Fruhwirth:
http://blog.clemens....ndows_3170.html
(offline, courtesy of the Wayback Machine):
http://web.archive.o...ndows_3170.html

It operates on a bootsector (or anyway to the first sector of a bootsector) so the idea is to get the bootsector saved as a file, then use killchs to the file, than restore the modified file to the bootsector.
Typical (with dsfok):
http://members.ozema...eezip/freeware/
dsfo .<drive letter> 0 512 <some file>
killchs <some file>
dsfi .<drive letter> 0 512 <some file>

If you are not familiar with command line you may use HDhacker to the same effect:
http://dimio.altervi.../eng/index.html

or, you can manually edit with any disk editor the few bytes involved directly on disk.

Please understand how this approach is more a workaround than a solution as a number of utilities may either detect the bootsector code as modified and "restore the good code" or simply silently replace the modified code with the "good" one (and thus you won't boot at next boot).
Additionally, if you change the bootsector on a NTFS volume you should also update the backup bootsector (or a number of other utilities may find the discrepancy and attempt to correct it somehow or if your "main" bootsector get's corrupted you have a "wrong" backup one :ph34r:)

The solution is to check and if needed correct both the MBR partition table CHS entries and the BPB geometry in the bootsector to reflect the behaviour of the BIOS.


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#179 Khurram Shafiq

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 11:54 AM

Thanks Shirin for sharing nice tutorial........

but how can i create ghost image that automatically install different mainboard drivers?
can i?
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#180 Uvais

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 04:04 PM

Thanks Shirin for sharing nice tutorial........

but how can i create ghost image that automatically install different mainboard drivers?
can i?
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It Will Install :)

Edit :


I think Shirin Sir need to Update his Tutorial :)

@ Every one Who want to add ALL Driver (Approx) [Updated]

do this

Download Updated 14/03/2012

Driver Packs

Go to this link (If you have Problem in Downloading than Post comment and I'll Upload them to Mirror links)

Link Removed By Author (See next Post for more detail)

And download latest

Extract them in Sysprep Folder

And select "EasyDrv5(x86).exe"

as we selected "C:SysprepDrvS3.exe " Before

All done all process same Enjoy UPDATED Drivers

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 06:49 PM

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Edit : Password :  shirinxpuvais     :good:

 

New Driver Packs and Updated Spat :clap:
(15-03-2012)

--++Drivers++-- :1st:

See Attachment.txt For Download link

Spat 6.0.9.9 :idea:

See Attachment.txt For Download link

Drivers Scan Result

See Attachment "scanresults.PNG"


===you need a software called 7-zip for extracting *.001 and *.002 archive to *.Zip==

7-zip download links :-

http://www.7-zip.org/download.html OR http://www.filehippo.../download_7zip/

Extraction Instruction .. Mini image tutorial here

See Attachment "How to.jpg"

and finally new Spat Preparation image looks like this

See Attachment "Final.jpg"

All Done ! :good:

++++new drivers will be Add/post after request++++
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Attached File  Attachment.txt   292bytes   92 downloads

Attached Files



#182 Barbarousse

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 10:02 AM

thanks

#183 mfq

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 03:27 AM

Thanks

#184 bigbry87

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 06:13 PM

Finally got it THANK YOU..................

#185 by_rom

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 09:53 AM

Thank you Uvais !
I'll try but I do not have the password to the files.
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#186 Uvais

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 04:04 PM

All Done..thanks for your Beautiful Comment.. :good:


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#187 Mimiz

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 06:07 PM

Downloads link on mediafire are password protected, and no passwd in txt ! ;(

#188 by_rom

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Posted 17 October 2012 - 02:10 PM



Thank you!
I plan to make a universal XP image ready with everyday programs like Office, antivirus, etc.

#189 Arvind Patra

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 07:49 AM

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Creat XP ghost image working on all computers
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Hi all

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Note:
Befor going through tutorial,i would like to say thank you to all good
friends from all over world ,that i have never seen them and they have
never seen me,just we have got familier through web pages and my small
tutors.
This is 15th day of our new year in my country, and in this 15 days i
have got a lot of kindly messages from kind friends,and these messages
make me to know that i am alive and there are a lot of persons that like
me.
Thanks a lot ,live happy and helthy,have very very good life.
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Several months ago ,when searching web pages i have seen a lot of new programs
to make ghost image of windows XP easyly.But all of them was working in languge
that i did not know,so it was very difficut for me to understand and took a lot
of time to know how to use them.

And at last i found a very nice program that has english GUI and makes syspreping
(then ghosting) of windows XP very easy and automatic.and the result works with
almost all kind of mainboards.

Needs:
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System Preparation Assisted Tool:At his time Spat6.0.0beta2 can be downloaded
from link below (9.83MB):
http://www.mediafire.com/?zumzhnmmljg

SkyDriver : At this Time SkyDriver 9.9 can be downloaded from links below:

SkyDriver link removed containing WAREZ

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1.This tutor will work just for drive C: ,So Install your favorite Windows XP
(sp2 or sp3) in drive C: (No different if you install or not install your
system drivers).

2.Istall all your favorite programs like Office,FireFox,7zip, and ... and test
them to be sure they are working.

3.Install any windows updates that you need.

4.Make all your favorite customizations in your system.

5.Delete all unneeded files like files in temp folder and ...then Empty Recycle bine.

6.Extract Spat6.0.0beta2.exe some where forexample your desktop.

7.Extract SkyDriver to C:\Sysprep directory.

8.Make your favorite Back ground picture (800x600 0r 1024x768 24bit JPG) ,Name it
setup.jpg and put it in C:\Sysprep\ directory. This is the background picture that
you will see after applying the final ghost image to any computer,during first Boot.
(See pic_01.jpg from attachment).

9.You can put more files inside C:\Sysprep\ directory like directx and ...that will
be run during 1st boot (If you give the assosiated commands that i will tell about
them during tutor) and will be added to your installed system automatically.

10.Run Spat6.0.0beta2.exe,If every thing is ready to begin,it will show message ,OK it.

11.The main page of Spat6 will be shown (See pic_02-A).Do as below:

_ A _ Go to general tab select all.

_ B _ click on "background picture" ,Then select C:\Sysprep\setup.jpg ,then click
preview to show your picture ,then OK.

_ C _ Go to Interface tab and in "Run before mini-setup" section give infor mation
below (as you see in pic_02- :):
C:\Sysprep\DrvS3.exe
Note: as i told in step 9 you can put other tools in C:\Sysprep\ directory
that as you see in pic_02-B,i have typed commands for thee other programs to
be integrated to our deployed system and will be run during mini setup.but
for this tutor you do not need them.

_ D _ Go to Reseal tab select your favorites.

_ E _ Back to General tab and click on sysprep

12.Spat starts working (About 1 or 2 minutes) then when the job is finished,it's
window will be closed.wait about 1 minute,then shut Down computer.

13.At this time your C: drive is ready to get ghost image of that.So Boot your
computer by 3rd party,get ghost image of drive C: and put it some where for
example in D:\My Ghost\

Now every thing are finished,and if you apply this ghost image to drive C: of
any computer,in 1st boot you will have mini setup proccess (about 10 minutes)
and when it is finished ,you will see that it works in all computers and also
all or some of drivers of that computer is installed automatically.This is because
we have used SkyDriver that has many of drivers inside itself in 7zip format (the
size of 7ziped drivers is 161 MB and extracted drivers are about 1.07 GB).

Now If you boot your computer normally,you will have 10 minutes of mini setup
proccess,then you can use you ready windows.this is the same proccess that you
will have if you apply ghost image to another computer.The only difference is
this that in some computers you will not need to install drivers and in some
else you may need to install one or more drivers


I tested this project with 7 different computers by different hardwares all was OK.
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hope will be some help

shirin zaban

Edite: Note that spat 6 is password protected and password is:
gostep.info

dear sir 

 

1. i didnot find c:\sysprep\DrvS3.exe(not appear in C drive) In step 11C

2. After click sysprep in genral tab it show en error

3. how to boot system by third party



#190 imran361

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Posted 14 March 2013 - 02:56 PM

I have installed Kaspersky Antivirus on windows xp and i want to create ghost image of window with kasper antivirus. But sysprep will not allow to create backup with antivirus.

 

Please help ..........



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Posted 14 March 2013 - 04:09 PM

Hi Dear imran361

 

It is better not install some kind of programs.

any way , if you like you can install them by spat during mini setup mode



#192 Uvais

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Posted 26 March 2013 - 12:03 PM

Pass :  shirinxpuvais    :good:


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#193 panreyes

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Posted 26 March 2013 - 12:32 PM

Is SPAT trustable?

It makes Kaspersky yell a lot :\

 

 

WFPdisable.spat - Killwifip.A


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Posted 01 April 2013 - 01:04 PM

Is SPAT trustable?

It makes Kaspersky yell a lot :\

 

 

WFPdisable.spat - Killwifip.A

 

Yup it is....but its all depend on you...if you belive its good then use...and if u don't believe then don't..Simple :)



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Posted 01 April 2013 - 02:23 PM

Yup it is....but its all depend on you...if you belive its good then use...and if u don't believe then don't..Simple :)

Not so simple, actually.

 

Spat is written by some otherwise unknown Vietnamese chap(s), with whom there is not (AFAIK) any kind of "communication", released on a site that is full of Warez.

 

It is possible that Kaspersky incorrectly detects it as containing malware (or wrongly categorizes some code as malware), but there is no way to know for sure, more or less *all* antivirus will detect this:

http://www.threatexp...disabler-a.html

 

I would say, like it is often the case with virus or maybe-virus detected by the dedicated tool, do whatever you see fit, as long as you don't come back crying that something went wrong with it.

If it is -as it seems - a WFP disabler it should not be a threat by itself, but it may constitute a vehicle for later infection.

 

:cheers:

Wonko



#196 Derek VanLobman

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Posted 18 April 2013 - 09:55 AM

Thank you Shirin, it's great tools and tutor!



#197 Uvais

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Posted 29 April 2013 - 04:21 PM

Not so simple, actually.

 

Spat is written by some otherwise unknown Vietnamese chap(s), with whom there is not (AFAIK) any kind of "communication", released on a site that is full of Warez.

 

It is possible that Kaspersky incorrectly detects it as containing malware (or wrongly categorizes some code as malware), but there is no way to know for sure, more or less *all* antivirus will detect this:

http://www.threatexp...disabler-a.html

 

I would say, like it is often the case with virus or maybe-virus detected by the dedicated tool, do whatever you see fit, as long as you don't come back crying that something went wrong with it.

If it is -as it seems - a WFP disabler it should not be a threat by itself, but it may constitute a vehicle for later infection.

 

:cheers:

Wonko

Nice Explanation  :loleverybody:  



#198 arslana143

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 07:50 AM

will spat 6 make its image and can i boot it from usb help me plzz

#199 JackRaiden

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Posted 15 March 2014 - 07:17 AM

I've been using this method for a long time but now I'm having trouble with the drivers of newer computers not being included on Easydrv/Sky Drivers.

 

What is a good alternative to Easydrv/Sky Drivers with newer more complete drivers run during the first boot after using S.P.A.T?

 

What version of S.P.A.T. is best? And where can I download it?

 

Thanks

 

EDIT:

I scanned Uvais' SPAT6.0.9.9.exe and it says "Trojan horse Dropper.Generic_c.JWX"

 

Is this okay? Should I just ignore it?


Edited by JackRaiden, 15 March 2014 - 07:31 AM.


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