I normally use a built-in WinPE builder from an application(like Acronis/Macrium) and use WAIK which is installed on my pc to create a WinPE bootable disk. Now a friend was asking me earlier, "How can I copy an applications folder to a WinPE image and burn it to disk?"
He previously has asked customer support of the product he wants to create a WinPE disk but said program did not have a builder. He got a reply, "You can install the Partition Wizard on your computer first, then copy the Partition Wizard folder to the WinPE image and burn it to the disk."
Earlier I just learned that said customer support was not keen on helping him make one(WinPE) stating that Microsoft has discontinued it etc etc--lame He has WAIK installed on his pc but could not help him make the WinPE for Partition Wizard Pro as there was no builder included. Kindly see the image attached of winpe_x86 folder in C:\, http://postimage.org/image/xk9nbb01d/
Can you help me how to make a WinPE bootable disk for Partition Wizard Pro for my friend please. This is new to me as mentioned have always relied on the builder for my applications and I and just a starter using WinPE. Here I see WinPE 4 and a universal PE! Anyway, just this one so I can help him out.