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#1 Myote

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 02:30 AM

Hi,

There is another script for this 'must have' soft. This one include un autoit script to download and run directly under PE the last
trial wich is monthly updated.

Hot backup, partition manager, image mounter, 32 bits and dos version, command line, all in an 200k exe.
Really the fastest (forgot Ghost, acronis ...)

Attached File  Snapshot.script   572.96KB   1945 downloads

#2 Nuno Brito

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 11:26 AM

Nice.. :confused1:

Didn't knew this tool - just wish it was freeware.. :confused1:

#3 Myote

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 12:45 PM

Nice.. :confused1:

Didn't knew this tool - just wish it was freeware.. :confused1:


Sorry not freeware, rare tools that i don't regret the 39€...
The restauration fonction indefinitely, and there is always a fonctionnal trial on their site that you could download with my autoit under PE,
only 1 exe of 200k.

#4 Stevie1

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Posted 23 May 2007 - 12:02 AM

Hey Myote!

I was wondering how you encoded the snapshot file in the script file?
I got a special version of snapshot from a german computer magazine and
would like to integrate it the same way.


greets stevie

#5 MichaelZ

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Posted 25 May 2007 - 10:55 AM

I was wondering how you encoded the snapshot file in the script file?
I got a special version of snapshot from a german computer magazine and
would like to integrate it the same way.


The encoding an decoding can be done with WinBuilder's built-in script editor (I only found it incidentally, it's amazing what Nuno has realised in this small application). Navigate to the script on the left tree and select it. Then you have three tiny icons in the top on the right pane. The middle one is edit.

An alternative is to edit the script and copy plain files from a folder as is done in Total Commander script (that's the method I prefer because it is easier to change files).


Which German computer magazine had a special edition? What are the features? Willing to post?

Many Greetings
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#6 Stevie1

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Posted 25 May 2007 - 11:09 AM

hi michaelz!

ah thanks, i didnt even know theres something like a scripteditor in winbuilder!
i gotta say that i find winbuilder much better than bartpe by now.

sure, it was in the c't issue 21/2006, heres more info about it:
http://www.essential...=drive snapshot


greets stevie

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Posted 25 May 2007 - 12:03 PM

i gotta say that i find winbuilder much better than bartpe by now.

Hi Stevie1,

that's also my opinion. Presently I'm mainly using/creating VistaPE, and it's easiest to create a customized WinPE 2.0 with WinBuilder. But if I need to create a new WinXP/WinPE 1 system I will also switch from BartPE to WinBuilder.

Many Greetings
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#8 Stevie1

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Posted 25 May 2007 - 01:41 PM

yeah! and what made me wonder even more...
vistape boots much faster than bartpe! amazing :confused1:

greets

stevie




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