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#1 MrChucong™

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 01:00 PM

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>>> MenuList Edit 1.4.0.1.12 : Conng synthesis tools with features such as
content + View and edit the menu.lst file with syntax highlight makes it easy to manipulate and edit.
+ Create boot from the hard drive, only applies to OS XP
​​+ Check the boot file image format (*. img, *. iso) with MobaliveCD
+ Create a USB startup for the MultibootISO
+ external viewing device
>>> Requirements :
- For all the XP, Vista, 7 (32bit)
- There Netframework 3.5 or higher
>>> Instructions :
+ If you want to edit menu.lst file after opening it, just click the check box "Enable", after editing is completed, press the button "Save".
+ Using the Boot From HDD first we choose the path the menu.lst file then the path of the file boot.ini default partition "C: \". Next we fill the boot display device, in the end we press the button "Make" to complete the job.
+ USB Info said external device is being used
+ There are also two tools be combined with programs to facilitate the use.


Wish you success!



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#2 steve6375

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 01:58 PM

Interesting. With a menu.lst created by Notepad in Windows, it shows an extra blank line between all menu lines...
It would be better to save the file with cr & lf after every line for windows compatibilty.

#3 Alexander Ceed

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 02:31 PM

The program only loads menus named "menu.lst" but what about other menus with the same extension but different names? It would say it;s best for the program to load everything with the extension .lst.

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 02:49 PM

The program only loads menus named "menu.lst" but what about other menus with the same extension but different names? It would say it;s best for the program to load everything with the extension .lst.

yeah !




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