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#1 davidecosta

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Posted 13 June 2011 - 05:28 PM

Release new version of SARDU Multiboot Builder
SARDU 2.0.3 Final

  • Change License: now freeware only for pesonal and non commercial use
  • Adapted resolution of GUI for netbooks
  • Add Arabian language
  • Add Swedish language
  • Add support to YLMF (linux)
  • Fix AOSS with ISO
  • Updated Plop Boot Manager 5.0.12 (stable)
  • Change Windows Installer: user cant'use both Vista and seven Installer
  • Updated syslinux 4.x to syslinux 4.04
  • Updated direct downloader
  • Updated manage of links.ini
  • Updated TestDisk 6.12
  • Updated Photorec 6.12
  • Updated support to GDATA 2012
  • Add support for Backtrack 5
  • Add support for Acronis Antimalware Scan CD
  • Add support to Linux Mint (Gnome)
  • Fix boot of Kaspersky 'Kav Rescue CD'
  • Upgrade Cigwin and all dll for burn with SARDU
  • Fix Error with RedoBackup 0.9.8
  • Fix exception with USB Card Reader or RamDrive
  • Add Autodetection USB
  • Add Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper 32 and 64bit
  • Add Updater for Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper 32 and 64bit


#2 dsolomon

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 02:17 AM

Release new version of SARDU Multiboot Builder
SARDU 2.0.3 Final

  • Change License: now freeware only for pesonal and non commercial use
  • Adapted resolution of GUI for netbooks
  • Add Arabian language
  • Add Swedish language
  • Add support to YLMF (linux)
  • Fix AOSS with ISO
  • Updated Plop Boot Manager 5.0.12 (stable)
  • Change Windows Installer: user cant'use both Vista and seven Installer
  • Updated syslinux 4.x to syslinux 4.04
  • Updated direct downloader
  • Updated manage of links.ini
  • Updated TestDisk 6.12
  • Updated Photorec 6.12
  • Updated support to GDATA 2012
  • Add support for Backtrack 5
  • Add support for Acronis Antimalware Scan CD
  • Add support to Linux Mint (Gnome)
  • Fix boot of Kaspersky 'Kav Rescue CD'
  • Upgrade Cigwin and all dll for burn with SARDU
  • Fix Error with RedoBackup 0.9.8
  • Fix exception with USB Card Reader or RamDrive
  • Add Autodetection USB
  • Add Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper 32 and 64bit
  • Add Updater for Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper 32 and 64bit



hmmm..... when i boot a sardu.iso created by sardu 2.0.3 final - i am still seeing that syslinux is still at 3.86.
shouldnt it say 4.04?
here is a screenie that leads me to believe that syslinux isnt at version 4.04
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#3 davidecosta

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 05:27 AM

hmmm..... when i boot a sardu.iso created by sardu 2.0.3 final - i am still seeing that syslinux is still at 3.86.
shouldnt it say 4.04?
here is a screenie that leads me to believe that syslinux isnt at version 4.04
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At this moment SARDU use Syslinux 4.x only for USB

#4 davlak

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 07:32 AM

hi davidecosta, I have an issue with this new release when launching sardu.exe


Line 14514 ("File H:\sardu\sardu.exe"):



Error: The requested action with this object failed.




same error in different PCs.
Has the downloaded package any problem?

#5 davidecosta

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 11:27 AM

hi davidecosta, I have an issue with this new release when launching sardu.exe


Line 14514 ("File H:\sardu\sardu.exe"):



Error: The requested action with this object failed.




same error in different PCs.
Has the downloaded package any problem?


The Autodetection of USB.....
Your OS is?

#6 davlak

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 12:44 PM

windows xp - server 2003 (32 bit)

windows 7 32 bit... works :cheers:

#7 davidecosta

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 01:25 PM

windows xp - server 2003 (32 bit)

windows 7 32 bit... works :cheers:


You have PM :cheers:

#8 dsolomon

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 01:40 PM

is there a reason why i shouldnt try to go to V4.04 on my sardu.iso?
i am wanting to use the latest new features that 4.04 has incorporated.

#9 davidecosta

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Posted 19 June 2011 - 04:06 PM

windows xp - server 2003 (32 bit)

windows 7 32 bit... works :cheers:



is there a reason why i shouldnt try to go to V4.04 on my sardu.iso?
i am wanting to use the latest new features that 4.04 has incorporated.



Try last 2.0.4 beta


  • Change default syslinux to 4.04
  • Default Autodetection USB not active
  • .....


#10 davidecosta

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 07:33 AM

Try last 2.0.4 beta


  • Change default syslinux to 4.04
  • Default Autodetection USB not active
  • .....


This is the classic case that tells me I am wasting my time.

Requests solved but not a feedback of return.

#11 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 08:32 AM

This is the classic case that tells me I am wasting my time.

Maybe there has been a communication problem, dsolomon probably meant something like "what happens if I replace the Syslinux/Isolinux on an already built .iso", see here:
http://reboot.pro/14738/
Or if you prefer, he was faster manually.... :)

Requests solved but not a feedback of return.

Well, allow for some time :), maybe he didn't see the news about the 2.04 version...

:cheers:
Wonko




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