For those who want to boot directly Win7PESE ISO (grub4dos, isolinux, etc.) eg: multiboot.
With files, apps not in RAM (boot.wim) accessible (ex: Y:programs...).
2 additional options available:
- In Create ISO script, new option "Boot from an ISO file: Subfolder (Blank for root)" (ex: ISO for ISOWin7PE_X86.iso).
- In Copy to USB-Device, "Use .ISO boot" .option.
# For Non-ISO boot (bootmgr, bcd, boot.sdi, boot.wim), the method remains the same with the flag file CdUSb.Y searched to mount your CDDVD, USB... on drive Y:
# For ISO boot (grub4dos, isolinux, etc.), you must enable imdisk script (with or without RAM Disk option).
Note that, the grub4dos, Isolinux entries for OtherOS scripts are not written.
--> When building, an ini file "MountPEmedia.ini" is created Inside boot.wim and ISO.
with the name, path of your ISO and others useful info.
--> An other ini file "Win7PESE.ini" is created outside ISO file with also the ISO name, path (in ISO folder).
To put at the root of your media. Useful if the name or path of the ISO is modified without rebuilding.
# At startup, if imdisk and ISO file are found, the ISO will automatically mount to Y:
With files, apps not in RAM (boot.wim) accessible and shortcuts to the CD/USB drive (Y:) available
IF CdUsb.Y or ISO are not found, a shorcut is created on Desktop with the log file (exclamation icon).
Thanks to JFX for the original CdUsb program and to Lancelot for sharing ideas
It is not on server but will be in the next Win7PE_SE update. Thank you for your feedback.
Mini w7pese package : https://rapidshare.c...201209251121.7z