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#26 DaemonForce

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Posted 12 October 2007 - 09:04 PM

*inconspicuous bump*

If you use Ramdisk driver the writable space is on drive B:
If you use FBWF the writable space is on drive X:

Behold, the one reason I use FBWF! :cheers:


Where did the OP go? :cheers:

#27 RMaximo

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Posted 14 October 2007 - 01:26 AM

RMaximo, is it possible that you don't switch the Ram Drive Letter?
If you use Ramdisk driver the writable space is on drive B:
If you use FBWF the writable space is on drive X:

If you don't switch the ram drive letter, you have with FBWF your writable space on X: but PE still thinks it's on B: and crashes therefore.

If i remember correctly, the ram drive letter has still to be changed by hand and is not done automaticly by the enabled script.

:cheers:

I thought about that too and a selected to use the drive X:, right now is hard to be sure of that as I tried so many options but I'll try again. Just to be sure you are saying the option on fundamental script (if i'm not wrong), right?

#28 MedEvil

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Posted 14 October 2007 - 10:35 AM

I thought about that too and a selected to use the drive X:, right now is hard to be sure of that as I tried so many options but I'll try again. Just to be sure you are saying the option on fundamental script (if i'm not wrong), right?

Right!
Ram Disk Letter: X:
Settingsdrive: System Drive

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#29 DaemonForce

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Posted 14 October 2007 - 07:56 PM

Ram Disk Letter: X:
Settingsdrive: System Drive

This is hilarious. The people that come here and to 911CD, MSFN...They all try making a PE with a ramdisk rather than just using the FBWF to make temp writes to the system drive. Same concept. It's a solution that allows volatile writes within the PE system. So many people are used to setting a ramdisk for so many years that no one understands the concept of writing to the system drive anymore. :cheers:

#30 pscEx

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Posted 14 October 2007 - 08:12 PM

This is hilarious. The people that come here and to 911CD, MSFN...They all try making a PE with a ramdisk rather than just using the FBWF to make temp writes to the system drive. Same concept. It's a solution that allows volatile writes within the PE system. So many people are used to setting a ramdisk for so many years that no one understands the concept of writing to the system drive anymore. :cheers:

The people coming from anywhere else (or better said: beeing here) should
  • either understand and use the difference to BartPE & Co
  • or remain with BartPE & Co
  • but not complain the differences
The nativeEx concept allows:
  • have system drive read only and having RAM disk to write to
    • IMDisk
    • RAMDisk
  • have system drive writable by using
    • BootSDI
    • FBWF
  • have system drive writable and optionally a RAM drive by using
    • IMDisk
    • RAMDisk
    • and additionally
    • BootSDI
  • FBWF
Try in nativeEx_barebone my 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' config
It will bring you FBWF with additional (unnecessary, but working) RAM Drive R: and 'documents and settings' in X:
If you want to have 'documents and settings' in R:, define it in '!Fundamentals'

If you want to have a constellation which cannot be fullfilled by nativeEx_barebone, please post.
I would be glad to add.

Peter




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