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#1 BobxT

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 08:43 PM

I made the LiveXP.iso using Grub4Dos with Uni and Multi Processor boot options and my normal method for writing the iso to USB previously, has been to use UltraISO.

Previously, I loaded the LiveXP.iso in UltraISO, took option Bootable > Write Disk Image etc. After the write and UltraISO was closed, I renamed the i386 folder on the USB flash drive to MININT.

It then was bootable from USB.

Now I am using the WinBuilder 080 "Basic\Build\DefineBootsector" script and the "Finish\1 Optimizations\Multi Processor" script options.

This time, when I write the iso to USB, only the standard Uni processor mode is written to USB drive. While it is still functional, boots and works as normal, I don't get the Grub4Dos boot menu and am not able to choose the boot options.

My question is, what do I use to write the contents of the LiveXP.iso to a USB flash drive and still retain the Grub4Dos menu and full boot functions..? I am assuming that it is possible.

TIA,
BobxT
30 January 2011 7:39
This is also posted at http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=24271

Edited by BobxT, 29 January 2011 - 09:36 PM.


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Posted 17 May 2013 - 08:24 PM

Hello friend .. My English is very bad, sorry! (Using the translator!)

Well .. With this technique I could run xp Direct Card "compact flash" and usually run xp? (Installing other programs and everything would be installed?)

I am in need of an xp that runs straight, but might serve for common use (the Hirens not good for my case ... It runs and I can not make changes {install and edit programs and similar permanently!})

thank you!Hello friend .. My English is very bad, sorry! (Using the translator!)

Well .. With this technique I could run xp Direct Card "compact flash" and usually run xp? (Installing other programs and everything would be installed?)

I am in need of an xp that runs straight, but might serve for common use (the Hirens not good for my case ... It runs and I can not make changes {install and edit programs and similar permanently!})

thank you!



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Posted 17 May 2013 - 10:05 PM

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