Yup I am back! After learning the process of running Windows XP 32 bit in ramdisk and actually enjoying the benefits over the years then I figured why not try it with Windows XP 64 bit. I would try it with Windows 7 but I'm still not a real fan of it not to mention it's size. So anyway what I wish to run it on is a laptop - Dell M4600 with 12 gigs of memory. This time I'm doing it for my own purposes and want to boot it from a usb thumb drive.
I right off the get go tried the same setup as I did for the 32 bit version and of course it failed. I installed faradisk version 0.0.1.30, made my thumb drive bootable and formatted it to fat 32, started up IMG_XP_Create.exe version 220.127.116.11 and recieved an error -1: Error: Error in expression.
So instead of just jumping on the board and asking I looked over IMG_XP_85. Am I wrong in assumption or is this a tool to install a setup xp disk to a thumb drive? I know I am not as smart as some of you but when it asks for a windows ISO then first thing I thought of was the set up disk.
PS.. Wonko the Sane, I missed you bud!