as result i get an .iso, with no bootmenu booting directly win7pe_se into ram (boot.wim).
after that, i create a nother project with direkt-boot (no boot.wim).
after winbuilder is finish with this, i change it to multiboot and grub4dos again.
i create an folder: /Boot/IMG/ in wich i put all my isos:
(the first createt wim.boot-win7pe.iso wich boot into ram and other isos).
then create menu.lst and put it to the compilation.
if i now going back to the script "create-iso", i can create my own multiboot-iso-compilation.
so i have two windows7_pe in the project:
the first createt iso wich is now in Boot/Img/ and the normal build direct boot windows7pe, wich is in: poject-dir/target/win7pe/Windows
the direct-boot windows, get startet with:
the first createt boot.wim windows7Pe gets startet for example like this:
map /Boot/IMG/Win7.iso (hd32)
so i have an project with two windows7: one that boots direct and needs not much ram and one wich is direct booting into ram, wich needs much ram, but its faster if its loaded.
this is the only working way i found out, to build a projects wich works on every machine:; computers with low ram and computers wich much ram.
so far so good:
i put also other isos into /Boot/IMG.
the problem is now, if i put much isos in this folder so the createt iso is over 4gb big, then the createt direct boot windows7.iso (not bot.wim) on my iso-compilation, isn t working correctly anyore.
i get an message like: "winload.exe was not found or corrupt".
if i reduce the size of the final iso to 4gb or lower, then everything is working correctly.
but i need to find a way to have this two windows7 on my iso-compilation and the compilation should be bigger then 4gb.
otherwise it make no sense for me becouse i can t even use the full space of an normal dvd and from a double layer i will not even talk.
so i hope there is an easy enduser-compatible way (clear understundable instructions), to solve this problem
it would be nice, if anyone of the experts here, can help an not so experienced enduser with esay instructions to solve the spoken problem.
i hope you understund what i mean, becouse i know my english is terrible:)
Edited by livedude, 09 April 2012 - 05:06 PM.