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#1 thunn

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 06:30 AM

File name: Create BcdwPE
Description:Creates a bootable ISO with inram and/or normal boot options. A compressed raw harddisk image is used for booting PE from ram. Additional options may be added to the Bootable CD Wizard v2.0a1 boot menu.
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Edited by thunn, 04 November 2007 - 04:23 AM.


#2 TheHive

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 07:48 AM

File name:
~ I must have been really sleepy when I posted this, I can't recall .. :cheers:

you cant recall what. lol! you must be sleepwalking and typing.


Screenshot! Please!

Thanks for the script.

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 04:27 PM

you cant recall what. lol! you must be sleepwalking and typing.
Screenshot! Please!

Thanks for the script.


HEY THUUN:

personal favor, could you add a little bit to your script and have a third option.

as it is now boot 1) to ram and cd 2) ram only 3) new option cd only

Thanks Carfan

PS ive got a bunch of converted bartpe/ubcd4win/reatogo plugins for your bartpe core project.
are you interested?

#4 thunn

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Posted 26 September 2007 - 07:59 AM

Hive, you caught me in the middle of posting, and yes, very sleepy. :cheers:
I know you love visual stimuli, will you dl the script and post a shot?

Carfan,
On plugins,
I may well have them all, but if you feel like it, use a dir. printer and post a list of the plugin archives, ( or pm me ).

With regard to adding 'boot from cd' alone..
The reason I didn't rush to do this when you asked before was you may make such an image using a standard imaging script(s). However I assume you like thu UI and option to reboot enough to request this again, so, yes, I'll do it when I have a moment free. -t

#5 carfan

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Posted 26 September 2007 - 11:00 AM

Hive, you caught me in the middle of posting, and yes, very sleepy. :cheers:
I know you love visual stimuli, will you dl the script and post a shot?

Carfan,
On plugins,
I may well have them all, but if you feel like it, use a dir. printer and post a list of the plugin archives, ( or pm me ).

With regard to adding 'boot from cd' alone..
The reason I didn't rush to do this when you asked before was you may make such an image using a standard imaging script(s). However I assume you like thu UI and option to reboot enough to request this again, so, yes, I'll do it when I have a moment free. -t


thanks:
several iso scripts have bootsect.bin problems. i have a jammykid modied script that works to build multiboot iso but not ram. i thought we-you can make yours a full and complete finishing script eventually with ram, ram-iso, iso, multiboot options so there wasnt so many other types of finishing scrits to weed through. jammy kids original would boot to cd ok but i could never boot to an outside iso image (trueimage.iso ex.) i modified one of his bcdw.bin files and was able to make it work.

p.s.

dont give up on your bartpe core project. it is much more versatile in what programs it can run than regular types of builds. its not for everybody but neither is the normal winbuilder stuff. im not saying one is better than the other. they all have their places.

#6 Nuno Brito

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Posted 26 September 2007 - 01:35 PM

A joint multiboot script would be welcome indeed.. :cheers:




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