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#51 archimede

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 08:31 PM

I do not understand your question #1

#2: You added a VistaPE script 'FreeCommander' to a nativeEx based project. In most cases that brings troubles.

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I removed "Free commander".
In WinBuilder, at the left of the window there is the project tree; at the left of any project name there is a small square that can be selected; when I set a project name that become in the blue background and when I click on the blue arrow the build of that project become; the question is what is the difference if all the OTHER projects are set in the small square) or if all OTHER project are NOT SET?

I made a working (not well) pre-installed Operative System (XP).
At the boot it give me this pop-up window:
"Start network support now?"
I click on "Yes" and it answare me with thi error:
"No network cards detected. Program will be exit now"
The operative system works well but is not possible to access Internet.
If I go in Device Manager (with the normal installed XP) I see these Network cards:
1394 Net Adapter
Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network connection
Realtek RTL8169/8110 Family Gigabit Ethernet NIC

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 08:45 PM

You need to write a script to add the driver for your network adapter. You could use the one I posted here as a template: http://www.boot-land...?...ost&p=30080.

Regarding having scripts checked in other projects in the tree, it doesn't matter: only the project which is active (or has a script currently active with a mouse click) will 'play'.

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 09:49 PM

There's a script for your network adapter here: http://thuun.boot-la...tAIO-NIC.Script

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 10:15 PM

I made a working (not well) pre-installed Operative System (XP).

So do you have access to your harddrive from PE now?

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 01:10 AM

So do you have access to your harddrive from PE now?

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Yes I have, thanks.
I dowloaded the script you told me; where I must put it now?
I have 2 network adapters, 1 ethernet and 1 WiFi; for what is that script?
I think for me is no possible to learn to write a script because i have not the base for learn it.
I tried to use PEToUSB with my SanDisk cuzer micro 1MB but it not worked; it no recognized my USB memory key.

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 01:33 AM

Place the script under 'Drivers\3 Network'. wifi use is currently not possible to my knowledge.

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 01:49 AM

I made a pre-installed XP with SATA drivers for my PC.
For make that, I added a new script for the new driver and I clicked on the green arrow for insert the drivers in the build.
If I need to make another Pre-installed XP O.S. for another PC and I not want that SATA driver, using the same WinBuilder (not newly downloaded) what I must make?
I have another PC desktop that have only 4 SCSI HD; does exists some scripts for SCSI drivers?

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 02:04 AM

If I need to make another Pre-installed XP O.S. for another PC and I not want that SATA driver, using the same WinBuilder (not newly downloaded) what I must make?

Just deselect the 'DPs Mass Storage Drivers' script, then no DriverPacks mass storage drivers will be added to the build not requiring them.

I have another PC desktop that have only 4 SCSI HD; does exists some scripts for SCSI drivers?

For that, continue to leave checked the 'DPs Mass Storage Drivers' script.

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 11:28 AM

Hallo!
1 I tried som utilities, like PeToUSB and PowerOff, but they not works; I tried the same utility installed on the normal operative system and they work properly. Why?
2 If I want to build a CD or DVD and I have only one CD/DVD reader/burner, how I can make it?
3 I included the new network card driver (thank you); at the start of the pre-installed system, opens a pop-up window that ask me if I want install the driver for the network card; if I answer "Yes" the driver be installed; is possible to install driver automatically without must answer YES to the pop-up window?

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 02:05 PM

Hallo!
1 I tried som utilities, like PeToUSB and PowerOff, but they not works; I tried the same utility installed on the normal operative system and they work properly. Why?
2 If I want to build a CD or DVD and I have only one CD/DVD reader/burner, how I can make it?
3 I included the new network card driver (thank you); at the start of the pre-installed system, opens a pop-up window that ask me if I want install the driver for the network card; if I answer "Yes" the driver be installed; is possible to install driver automatically without must answer YES to the pop-up window?

#1: Sorry, currently is my magic crystal ball out of order. w/o some more information I cannot say anything.
#2: You have to build the PE with a boot from RAM, e.g. with BootSDI. Then you can remove the boot CD after booting.
#3: In your project, in PENetwork there are options to define something and to ask / not ask during boot

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 02:43 PM

Sorry, currently is my magic crystal ball out of order.


Yours too? :)

We must start doing something about this lazy guys in the repair shop! :(


:cheers:

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 08:12 PM

1 I tried som utilities, like PeToUSB and PowerOff, but they not works; I tried the same utility installed on the normal operative system and they work properly. Why?

I don't know as I don't use them and I don't have the time to bug-test -- maybe you do?

2 If I want to build a CD or DVD and I have only one CD/DVD reader/burner, how I can make it?

Follow Peter's advice.

3 I included the new network card driver (thank you); at the start of the pre-installed system, opens a pop-up window that ask me if I want install the driver for the network card; if I answer "Yes" the driver be installed; is possible to install driver automatically without must answer YES to the pop-up window?

I don't use the script so I don't know and I don't really have time to play around with it. Maybe the author could help you or you could test yourself?

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