Greetings pscEX, Wonko the Sane, and Steve6375!
Thank you for your continued support.
As advised, I tried "Windows To Go - Windows 8" on USB. I was able to boot up, register my info, get into the Windows environment, but I could not connect to the Internet. In spite of this, an idea that I thought could be potentially revealing ocurred to me. I said to myself, "What about if I use my LiveXP on liveCD, and then I run something like 'Diskpar(titioner) GUI v2.0' to unmount "C Drive" and "D Drive" ("C" contains my internal Windows and "D" my HP Recovery partition) prior to connecting to the Internet? This would be like having no internal OS, right?". So I went ahead and did just that. After unmouning "C Drive" and "D Drive" and then trying to connect to the Internet, to my amazement, "C Drive" and "D Drive" were re-mounted. Again, please note that they were priorly unmounted. This makes me think that there is definitely some form of communication between WinPE and the internal Windows, so I think that pscEX is right.
As for rebuiling liveCD's, as I said, I will give a try to ETBoot when I upgrade my computer. I would not like to try again "WinBuilder" (or "BartPe", for that matter) since I think that ETBoot is better (1), and I am almost sure that ETBoot will be completely independent to the internal Windows. By the way, I wish I felt capable of taking out the internal hard drive of this laptop in order to try my liveCD without any hard drive, but a laptop has too many screws and variables that makes me feel not competent enough. If it were a desktop, then it would not be a problem (I have partially disassemble a couple of desktops).
Returning to the issue of lack of connection, I think that the culprit could be a corruped driver in the internal Windows, but I am not sure, for maybe it is a multi-problem. My Windows LiveCD's (including my LiveXP) are fine. I tried them on different computers belonging to family members, and all of them could connect to the Internet. So, again, the problem relies on my internal Windows and not on my liveCD's.
Best to all!
(1) "Better" when it comes to being independent to the internal Windows.
P.S.: Incidentally, I discovered a typo on the title of this thread, but I could not fix it. One way or another, it must read "Interdependency" and not "Interdependecy". Sorry for that.
P.P.S.: Also, I would like to express my deepest gratitute to the creators of "WinBuilder" and "BartPe". I don't want to sound as an unappreciative guy. They are still useful in many situations. And there are no better or worse projects....it depends on the goal of the user (:
Edited by Disco Makberto, 15 September 2015 - 06:18 AM.