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#1 Joshua

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 07:44 PM

Build a Win7PE RescuePE
Detailed build tutorial: Creating-Win7RescuePE word document

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EDIT by psc:
The server domain is lost by some circumstances. But here is an old copy of the tytorial: http://psc.boot-land...in7RescuePE.doc
EDIT end
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ps: new win7PERescue server is rescue.w07.net , add rescue.w07.net/Projects to your server list

Winbuilder.exe downloads available here: http://winbuilder.net/download.php

Last edit: 09/18/09
Removed bug, not finding WAIK on x64 systems.
Added black screening error fix.
Added mounting error check.
Added Buildsystem check to Checksource logfile.
Added Exist imagex.exe check to Checksource logfile.

09/17/09
Some people have problems with black screen during booting, because using a invalid BaseDir for building!
I have add a check to 0-preconfig.script
Redownload: 0-preconfig.script

Thank's Peter for all your suggestion / help ;)
More info:
http://www.boot-land...?...ost&p=78753
http://www.boot-land...?...ic=9094&hl=
http://www.boot-land...?...ic=9093&hl=

09/14/09
New version uploaded
Changelog:

Removed bug in in win7peldr if USB flash drive type is other then removable!
Removed bug in autorun section
Removed bug in password protection

Added better error handling of used windows7 source
Added more Explorer Tweaks

Added Windows7 Remote Desktop Connection
Added Super Finder XT 1.6.1.1
Added Unstoppable Copier 4.2
Added Universal Extractor 1.6
Added Infra Recorder 0.50
Added MbrFix v1.3.0.0
Added Spybot - Search & Destroy 1.6.2
Added HijackThis! V2.0.2
Added SumatraPDF 0.9.4
Added Pserv V2.7
Added Xchm 1.9
Added System Information Viewer (SIV) 4.00
Added System Info 2009-07-28
Added CPUID Hardware Monitor 1.14
Added AusLogics System Information V-1.5.20.305
Added Partition Find and Mount 2.31
Added HDDScan 3.2
Added Joshua's Key Reader v.2/7b
Added SoftPerfect Network Scanner V4.3.2




09/07/09
New version uploaded!
added explorer as shell/filemanger
added Explorer Tweaks script
added bsexplorer skins
added same options menu to all included apps
added set screen resolution to Win7PE.cfg file
updated all included apps to most current versions
Opera10, FileZilla 3.2.7.1, System Info 2009-07-28, Q-Dir 3.94, Recuva v1.30.435........
all apps are now in a organized menu structure
removed some bugs in win7peloader and shortcuts programs

Before you start download, delete or remove all old Win7RescuePE files !

Description:
Windows PE 3.0 like environment.
Standard build runs on systems with 256MB-RAM!
Ideal to rescue data from old computers.

Most important Rescue software included.
Computer Management
MbrFix
Terabyte Image 2.41 and TBIView 4.09.0
PENetwork
Opera 9.64 Internet Browser
qDir file manager
a43 file manager
Agent Ransack
Western Digital Data LifeGuard Diagnostics
IrfanView
NTPWEdit
XP Key Readers

A lot other tools like antispyware/antivirus will follow soon!


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**********SERVICE NOTE**********
joshua.winbuilder.net (and joshua.w07.net ) are infected by some kind of virus(es) and flagged as dangerous by some AV engines.
Content of joshua.winbuilder.net are now available at rescue.w07.net where suspicious files are not available anymore (cleaned).
(Win7RescuePE server address is rescue.w07.net/Projects )
ps: also post #1 links changed to rescue.w07.net so users can read post #1 without av warnings. (+ word document of tutorial added to top)
Win7RescuePE also packed (20091202) with all respect to Joshua so project can be updated by trusted Win7RescuePE users of boot-land.
All worked done to keep alive Joshua's Win7RescuePE project.
When Joshua is more available, All further decisions will be made by Joshua.
This is Joshua's project, final decisions is up to him when he is available. Things done only and only for helping purposes untill Joshua come back.

Lancelot


Addings:
Hi Joshua, here are changes with reasons. If not written here please also check the History notes inside scripts.
Lancelot

Server-Topic Updates:
(post 739)
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Topic name and description:
Win7RescuePE with Winbuilder 077 RC 2, Build a Win7PE RescuePE with Winbuilder 077 RC 2
Changed to:
Win7RescuePE, Build a Win7PE RescuePE
Also
post1 1st line: Build a Win7PE RescuePE with Winbuilder 077 RC 2 ==> Build a Win7PE RescuePE
due to common api update
(and some info added to post 1)
ps: capi gives warning and halts if wrong winbuilder version used :)
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wget replaced with another version after post 736
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7z files updated to newer version (+license documents added)
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%tools% folder location changed ==> many projects (LiveXP, NativeEX projects, VistaPECapi, Multi7PE) seperated tools folder so single winbuilder can be used easly with multiple projects
:cheers:
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For other updates on project, please check posts after (post 739) :whistling:

***(Additional Important note)
at post 762 Peter become administrator of rescue.w07.net , and opened a topic here to inform the changes :)
http://www.boot-land...?...c=10046&hl=


Tutorial Adding:
**If you want BsExplorer as shell (post 732)
+\Configuration\-->Main Shell==>Select "BS Explorer"
+\Shell\BS Explorer 2\ =>Enable script

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 08:36 PM

Thanks. I'm excited to test.

Don't have WAIK installed currently. Can I use WAIK for Windows 7 too?
http://www.microsoft...11-39C26D3B3B34

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 08:44 PM

Can I use WAIK for Windows 7 too?
http://www.microsoft...11-39C26D3B3B34


I think it will work, but haven't test it yet.
Will instruct a student apprentice to do that tomorrow. :whistling:

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 08:44 PM

Thanks. I'm excited to test.

Don't have WAIK installed currently. Can I use WAIK for Windows 7 too?
http://www.microsoft...11-39C26D3B3B34


Windows 7 WAIK

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 09:11 PM

Very good, excellent work.

Only one detail - you can replace the HP tool with the RMprepUSB tool: http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=7739

How about adding support to replace the windows PE that is available on the Windows 7 install DVD and replace with your project?

This way we'd get both a rescue and install platform in one media.

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 09:15 PM

Only one detail - you can replace the HP tool with the RMprepUSB tool: http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=7739

May be, i have a other solution in mind! :whistling:

How about adding support to replace the windows PE that is available on the Windows 7 install DVD and replace with your project?
This way we'd get both a rescue and install platform in one media.

Will thinking about that.

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 10:25 PM

Thanks Joshua :whistling:

Edit:
original post 1 added here for future maintance when joshua comes back (20091202)

http://rescue.w07.ne...t1_original.txt

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 11:27 PM

Very good. I have been trying to build a Win 7 PE and have not had any success in producing a working cd but this worked like a dream.

Thank you very much!

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 08:01 AM

Thank Joshua, for this new project. the latest WAIK is 09/08/2009

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 08:46 AM

the latest WAIK is 09/08/2009

Do you have a download link ?

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 08:47 AM

Can I use WAIK for Windows 7 too?
http://www.microsoft...11-39C26D3B3B34

Yes it works! tested with windows7 RTM German.

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 09:04 AM

Build a Win7PE RescuePE with Winbuilder 077 RC 2
Detailed build tutorial: [url="http://joshua.winbui...orial-Creating-,
Joshua

Thanks for your new project.
I am very busy and can't update mine for long time.
Good project, well done.
:whistling:

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 09:05 AM

Thanks for thi sproject. As i have very trouble with Win7PE, your project works very well.
I have only one suggestion: White background on background picture is't good with white shortcuts names :whistling:

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 09:56 AM

I have only one suggestion: White background on background picture is't good with white shortcuts names ;)

Yes, that's not optimal! :whistling:
You can change the background picture under: Tweaks/Wallpaper
or wait for next version, with better BSExplorer support.

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 02:43 PM

Yes it works! tested with windows7 RTM German.

Joshua

It works, but building time is more then 300% longer with WAIK for Windows 7! :whistling:

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 07:56 PM

Nice work, Joshua!

I completed a boot disk following the detailed tutorial and have yet to test it.

I have a few remarks as a complete WinBuilder newbie:

1/ To download the project bootstrapper:

Since Win7RescuePE is a new project, you must add the download server to WinBuilder. You can do that by selecting a available project, and then pressing the Add a new web server button. Name of new web server is: joshua.winbuilder.net/Projects

Actually, it is more that merely selecting a project, you have to check ("tick") for the greyed-out button to become active.
I was at a lost, since I couldn't see anything change when clicking on the row items.

2/ In step 6:

Plug in the UFD (if not already plugged in) and determine its Windows drive letter. At the bottom of the screen above, use the browse button to select the root directory of the UFD (the example above has it set to G:\).

To go ahead and create the UFD, select the "Make USB boot device" item. After a short time, you will be prompted to format the USB drive.

OK, I selected the drive using the browse for folder button, but nothing happened afterwards.
As a workaround I right-clicked to launch the script in the left pane. Maybe I'm just dumb, but is there a more obvious choice for launching the script ?

3/ When preparing a UFD:
The Grub4Dos is quickly overviewed, beware of mistakes at this point however ? (Is it destructive?)
The dialog screenshot shows "(hd1) (3929M)" in the combobox. This may confuse people
a) into always choosing (hd1) whatever comp specs they have
b) because 3929 != 1968 (G:, in your example)

4/ minor nitpicks:
a) s/Vista/Windows7/
b) were there 8 steps originally?

Thanks again
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Posted 19 August 2009 - 11:10 PM

Fisr I have been struggling with VistaPE and LiveXp for some time not recognizing my drives attached to my intel controler. I decided to give this a try and to my amazement I can see all my drives. Great job !!!!!!! I look forward to new features as well as applications. I am going to try to move some of my apps from Vistape to the build to see what success I have. Great job again !!!!!! Can you provide any updates as to what new features we may be seeing in future builds?

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 11:14 PM

Can you provide any updates as to what new features we may be seeing in future builds?

Thanks for your feedback. :whistling:
Next on to do list is:
Partition, antispyware, antivirus, recovery tools.

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:15 AM

Hello Joshua,

I have tested your "Win7RescuePE" with a Desktop (ASUS P5B-VM MotherCard) and a NetBook "Packard Bell". I'm very glad !!!

1) From CD-RW ==> It work like a Charm
2) From USB Key ==> I have a "Blue Screen" !!! I have tested this with a "Verbatim Store 'n' Go 4 Go"

I use in Input the "Windows 7 RC1 French" From Microsoft (Free for Test) and from other "Windows 7", and I have the same Problems.

Have you an Idea ?

Thanks in Advance for your Help.

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:23 AM

2) From USB Key ==> I have a "Blue Screen" !!! I have tested this with a "Verbatim Store 'n' Go 4 Go"
Have you an Idea ?

Do you use: In RAM and Grub4Dos ?
If not, read this: http://www.boot-land...?...ic=8710&hl=


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Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:48 AM

PENetwork.7z not found PENetwork_Chs.lng?

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 07:41 AM

PENetwork.7z not found PENetwork_Chs.lng?

This is a problem, you have to ask here for support: http://www.boot-land...mp;hl=penetwork

Use englisch language file to solve this!

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 10:29 AM

I spoke too soon.I added some apps now I dont see my drives again. I guess there is a possibility that one of my apps, maybe acronis disk director is causing an issue with my drives not being visible? I am going to try a rebuild and no apps to see if my drives are visible. If I see them then I will start adding apps back in.

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 10:33 AM

I guess there is a possibility that one of my apps, maybe acronis disk director is causing an issue with my drives not being visible?

That is definitely possible!
Add always only one app and test!
Please give feedback what app causes this! (with download link) and build log!

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 12:17 PM

Do you use: In RAM and Grub4Dos ?
If not, read this: http://www.boot-land...?...ic=8710&hl=


Joshua


I have tried 2 Méthods :

1) In Ram and With Grub4Dos ==> "Blue Screen" !!!
2) No In ram and with Grub4DOS ==> "Blue Screen" !!!

Thanks for your Help.




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