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#1 Xtremee

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Posted 21 October 2010 - 04:21 PM

Hi all,

I've an idea of making a Podcast for the Forum. It may be Audio only or Video. Also I'm thinking about use it for providing:
1. News like what we are doing in the Newsletter.
2. Make Video Tutorials for some popular/top posts (a picture is worth a thousand words).
3. etc

So what do you think about the idea? Also about what topics should we do there?




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Posted 22 October 2010 - 03:59 AM

I think it's a great idea, Winbuilder would be the most likely as a first and then Windows 7, these are all great tools. Also adding plug-ins, a lot of us out here are not scriptwriters....and get lost in the process. So that would be helpful for me.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 06:08 AM

I think it's a great idea, Winbuilder would be the most likely as a first and then Windows 7, these are all great tools. Also adding plug-ins, a lot of us out here are not scriptwriters....and get lost in the process. So that would be helpful for me.

LarryL


I agree with LarryL!!! It would be very interesting!!!
With videos all seems more clear and nice to understand!!!
Thank you so much!

Ciao...

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 06:47 AM

How to get make a portable Win7PE bootable USB with Desktop/IE etc stick and add apps and drivers to it? Something I have not got round to yet...

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 07:00 AM

:hi: I think that's useful topic in our community but I not good any so please tell me if I could help some of your project it would be goood...thanks :dubbio:

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 07:01 AM

I agree also, about the Winbuilder.How ever I did manage to make one with Vista. I need more time to think about another great tool to go over. Let you guys know later.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 07:20 AM

I agree also, the idea is realy good.
I'm actually interested in "OS in my pocket", I mean let's say win7 + office on USB.
Actually I've tested some of the existing options but there is nothing which I can say is OK for the moment.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 08:07 AM

Hello everyone and thank you for the initiative ... I think the most need issue is how to make a boot universal full win xp from usb, there are many therds for this but nun of them easy to use for simple users like me, all other pe versions are easy to handle but full xp from usb always get blue screen .....
i traid many turtils but not secsess yet.

thanks!

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 08:32 AM

i think it would be great to have a podcast and video tutorials have you considered going on podnutz they talk about all things Computer related and it give you an idea of what podcasting is all about steve welcome all guest on his show.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 02:36 PM

+1 for full XP from USB!

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 02:51 PM

Though my request is already been posted but still I would take this opportunity to request a video tutorial of integrating custom applications like Acronis True Image 2011, UltraISO, MSOffice, Nero, Paragon Partition Master, etc, and that too right from making plugin and method of integrating them in Win7PE. Please consider this thread when you make video tutorial.


Second request is of winbuilder's video tutorial, as I always get some error whenever I tried to make a winPE. Also include the video tutorial of integrating some applications which I mentioned in first para.

#12 Wh1t3c0d3r

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 03:14 PM

It will be a good idea! I have a tutorial that see to be difficult but it is simple to do but because is in french, I think it will be best if I do it my self. But the idea is very good! If you need support, I am available for you!

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 03:18 PM

It will be a good idea! I have a tutorial that see to be difficult but it is simple to do but because is in french, I think it will be best if I do it my self. But the idea is very good! If you need support, I am available for you!

Wow, if you can make a video tutorial in english I would be very grateful to you. I have already build a win7pe but I need to integrate some important applications as well, ofcourse for my personal use.

I am waiting for your reply.

#14 Wh1t3c0d3r

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 03:48 PM

Wow, if you can make a video tutorial in english I would be very grateful to you. I have already build a win7pe but I need to integrate some important applications as well, ofcourse for my personal use.

I am waiting for your reply.


Yeah! I can! My first language is french but I also speak english.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 03:55 PM

Well, my main purpose to join here was development and promotion of aero studio.

So, I would like that you could plan on to make video/audio tuts for using CD Shell, Aero Studio and some other important tool to create Bootable OS CDs/DVDs. I also recommend you to mention about the best practices, where you could specify catalog k's Windows Dark Edition Power Pack.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 07:34 PM

Hi all
This seems to be good idea.
I think having video training will be very useful in many topics specially in:
creating plugins for winbuilder and nlite and ...
scriptting languages specially in winbuilder
how to Use inportant programs like paragon and recovery tools and ...
creating portable programs
creating video for tutorials that are users favorite like "ghost xp for all ..."

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 08:57 AM

Cool Plan :dubbio: :hi: ;)

I've expected this popular idea from BOOTLAND. ;)

Best of Luck Xtremee

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 09:58 AM

I think that's a good idea.I'm a new guy in this forum so i need many tutorials to learning.Thanks for yours idea.Sorry about my english.Best regards.

#19 Wh1t3c0d3r

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 03:12 PM

I think that's a good idea.I'm a new guy in this forum so i need many tutorials to learning.Thanks for yours idea.Sorry about my english.Best regards.


What is your first language?

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 07:15 PM

Honestly, as simple as persons have tried to make and simple as it really is to be...

Partitioning Software is really not for meek on some versions.

Pmagic (Partition Magic) really waxed up a working drive I had and it would not repair it. Pmagic uses GParted, as do most Linux distros, that allows for disk partition editing. Great... that means it should be easy-peasy.

Not so, although you can find alot of documentation on it they all miss a couple key points that should be bound together...

One being adding and moving partitions can really create dilemna as well as the "Round To Cyclinders" option. Someone recently did an article on both the Partitioning and saving of a damaged partition. A very big thumbs up even if it could be considered the slim basics.

Not to knock anyone's work but when you've encountered an over-looked option/issue from sites showing the "Easy as 1-2-3" for GParted, and again and again realizing they ALL missed ANY info written or relased regarding the "Round-To-Cyclinders" partitioning/format option (how ever you prefer to call it) is a MAJOR over-site. This info is not that easily found or well stated!

There are some good folks out here. I think we would all like to do better in life and without the headaches that can arise. Part of that has some scientific term I believe called a "learning curve". But when everyone in their brother posts it in short form without the extended info... that says something.

Each one of them HAD to deliberately choose to bypass even mention it or items around it they had found.

Its an example that when you come across something more info could benefit, even if it jumbles your post a little bit... its much better to post that snippet then leave folks off and wandering.

Beyond that.... maybe some video's showing working with editing the Menu.lst (Grub4Dos/Syslinux how ever you prefer), Winbuilder is a good one as mentioned, editing and creating ISO's the. I am sure you could find more ideas quite easily. Just audio????? mmm.... you could make it work sure why not. I think Video is a much better idea its just the sizes that can be cumbersome. But you can make all kinds of quality and sizes too.

Anything 10-20mb if its in length is a tolerable size for all. But thats from a person who is on the go and Bandwidth limited even when its "high speed". Other items other items can include limited storage and or horsepower to run it while tasking else. Not everyone is running beyond the 2ghz plus range... one second while I get another carrot to coax my wandering Turtle...

. . .

As far as acronis.... that thing is bloated too... check out PING (PARTiTION IMAGE NOT GHOST). for all of a 27mb ISO you can ghost your arse off with options to boot! Not sure if it does Sector-by-Sector dumps but it just might impress you otherwise! Without a bunch of headaches too ;)

WARNiNG... Its Advised AGAINST using PING's compression. However, using the compression options located on the menu with Gzip and similar should be "ok" if you need to compress your image to spare some space :hi:

PiNG can also save an image to the same drive your attempting to image SO LONG AS you have more then one partition ;)

For those looking for a floppy version.... PCI CloneMAXX fits on a floppy but only does a full drive sector-by-sector dump like DD/DiskDump (Unix/Linux) :dubbio:

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 07:45 PM

Now I am about to do a french video tutorial for installing and running Windows 7 on external HDD. The tutorial will follow my step-by-step guide. I will post the Link to the video when completed.

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 08:28 PM

Well, my french is not quite up to par but lemme know when or if you produce one in English :dubbio:

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 08:47 PM

I think that's a good idea . Best of Luck Xtremee .

I suggest :

1- Editing Bootloader :

How about boot windows7 from LILO instead of GRUB?

or

Boot Windows7 and Fedora in the same loader ?

its boot land after all :dubbio:

2- using imageX :

How about install winXP from Windows Deployment Services as wim image?

#24 Wh1t3c0d3r

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 09:55 PM

Well, my french is not quite up to par but lemme know when or if you produce one in English :dubbio:



Pretty simple, just do what I do like step-by-step.

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Posted 24 October 2010 - 05:02 AM

I would like to see a tut vid on how to properly make and configur a GFX menu for grub4dos i looked at the one i found here and when i edited the files it wouldnt load so im stuck on that




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