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#1 RoyM

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Posted 06 July 2017 - 11:50 PM

Looking for 'legacy Winbuilder' portable apps.script
 
I'm Just starting to play with portable apps.
Sorry, I know I have a lot to catch-up on.
I do like their convenience, portability, and updateability.
 
I'm Looking for a 'legacy Winbuilder' portable apps.script.
I know Amalux was 'King' on this, back when.
I did all my usual google-fu homework, and nada for working links.
Any Suggestions, Links, Please Advise.
 
I know the concept is pretty simple.
What I am looking to do, is have a minimal XP build to boot from.
Tailored for minimal hardware, perhaps some video drivers added in later builds.
I plan to boot from a Sandisk U3 device which presents itself to BIOS as a USB hub, with USB/removeable drive + USB/cd-rom
Notes: In BIOS, USB legacy must be enabled for U3 device to work.
I can load and boot to most .iso's on U3 USB/cd-rom with the appropriate tools.
Also, I can load and boot to most any .iso on the U3 USB/removeable drive, using G4D, or other tools.
 
Ideally, I would like to boot to: 
U3 USB-->cd-rom--> G4D--> xp.iso,boot.rom build minimal, and portable apps will live on the U3 USB/removeable drive.
The object, is to boot to PE.iso on USB/cd-rom, and then have U3 usb removeable drive/portable apps available in booted PE.
 
Thanks in advance folks.
Regards
RoyM


#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 07 July 2017 - 08:26 AM

This? :unsure:

https://web.archive....ble/&download=*

 

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Wonko






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