Ok what I meant is, when booting some live Linux distributions of a UFD via GRUB4DOS, when they try to mount the live media file system such as squashfs or whatever it is called and others, it fails and drops you to a shell prompt. If you are lucky, you can mount the file system and continue booting. For some the solution would be to copy this live media file to the UFD while also preserving the path (same path as within the ISO) and that normally works. However for some it doesn't and this is probably because the cdrom device is hard coded in the init script and it only searches CDs. Now if somehow ZM-VE200 fools the system to appear as a CD device, booting this ISOs will work. If you don't mind, see if you can get G-DATA Live AV to work by simply dropping the ISO.
Link: https://www.gdatasof...e/download.html and scroll down
I had problems with the 2010 version so may be this latest one will not have any problems. I will test it later but let's not go off topic. This thread is about ZM-VE200
Downloaded and tested the ENG_R_FUL_2011_BootCD.ISO
It seems to boot into this screen. Same oN Vmware virtual test so I can take screenshot and on real hardware. You can read text in this screen.
Once you boot into the desktop all appears gibberish text. The Same result with the Boot options
G data BootCD
G data BootCD - Alternative
Using real hardware, but booting it in Vmware the Desktop appears fine. Its like when booting with real hardware a font is missing that cant show readable text.
Pic using Vmware Using same ISO loaded with Zalman ZM-VE200 Virtual Drive. It doesnt look this good when using real hardware.
WinFe TEST 2
Another thing is, you know in WinBuilder you have the option to create the PE outside the WIM file. This means you will have "Program Files" and "Windows" directory inside the ISO instead of within the WIM file. To do this, in "Main Configuration", for Build Model select "Normal" instead of "In RAM". Once the build is completed, drop the ISO and see if it boots. (If you inspect the ISO contents you will see there isn't a WIM file and "Program Files" and "Windows" are on the root of the ISO). Currently when I build the ISO this way, to boot the system of a UFD I extract the entire ISO contents to a UFD and use USBBootWatcher - usbbootwatcher /prepare X:\windows\system32 where X: is the drove letter of the UFD. If you try to boot the ISO any other way it blue screens so it would be interesting to see if this works.
As you said, I also received blue screen.
Is there a way to make it work.
Using Wim Option works.