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#51 _deXter_

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Posted 17 October 2009 - 11:24 AM

Does anyone know how to boot Win7RescuePE with this? I created two Win7RescuePE ISOs - one with the GRUB4DOS bootloader and the other without. Both of them work fine, but SARDU doesn't add either one. (I did rename it to VistaPE.iso). SARDU detects and extracts the ISO, but it doesn't extract \SOURCES\BOOT.WIM. Also, \menu\pe.cfg is not added in isolinux.cfg or any other menus. Finally the "WINDOWS PE" item is disabled in pe.cfg. However, the BOOT and PROGRAMS folder from Win7ResuePE are added to sardu.iso

Can those people who've had success with this please share their knowledge of getting this to work with SARDU? Thanks.

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Posted 17 October 2009 - 12:30 PM

Does anyone know how to boot Win7RescuePE with this? I created two Win7RescuePE ISOs - one with the GRUB4DOS bootloader and the other without. Both of them work fine, but SARDU doesn't add either one. (I did rename it to VistaPE.iso). SARDU detects and extracts the ISO, but it doesn't extract \SOURCES\BOOT.WIM. Also, \menu\pe.cfg is not added in isolinux.cfg or any other menus. Finally the "WINDOWS PE" item is disabled in pe.cfg. However, the BOOT and PROGRAMS folder from Win7ResuePE are added to sardu.iso

Can those people who've had success with this please share their knowledge of getting this to work with SARDU? Thanks.



SARDU extract from VistaPE.iso:
Folders: BOOT DRIVERS PROGRAMS PROGRAMDATA WINDOWS PROGRAM*FILES
Files: BOOTMGR VISTAPE.WIM VISTAPE.CFG

For add it in the menu SARDU check if exists the files VistaPe.cfg in the root

If you send me an email with the list of files to add I do

#53 pierre40

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Posted 21 October 2009 - 02:24 PM

Hello to everyone
I would add in assembling the software SuperGrubDisk Sardu (supergrubdisk.iso).
How? I did not quite understand what is the EXTRA folder.
I tried copying the ISO ficheir in the EXTRA folder.
I even attempted to extract the files in that folder.
Sardu puts them well INTHE folder EXTRA ISOLINUX but impossible to use after the boot from the USB key.
Thank you for your help
Translation by Google :cheers:

Ciao a tutti
Vorrei aggiungere per il montaggio della software SuperGrubDisk Sardu (supergrubdisk.iso).
Come? Non ho ben capito quale sia la cartella EXTRA.
Ho provato la copia del ficheir ISO nella cartella EXTRA.
Ho anche provato a estrarre i file in quella cartella.
Sardu li mette pure NELLA "cartella EXTRA ISOLINUX, ma impossibile da usare dopo il boot dalla chiave USB.
La ringrazio per il vostro aiuto
Traduzione di Google :cheers:

#54 davidecosta

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Posted 21 October 2009 - 04:36 PM

Hello to everyone
I would add in assembling the software SuperGrubDisk Sardu (supergrubdisk.iso).
How? I did not quite understand what is the EXTRA folder.
I tried copying the ISO ficheir in the EXTRA folder.
I even attempted to extract the files in that folder.
Sardu puts them well INTHE folder EXTRA ISOLINUX but impossible to use after the boot from the USB key.
Thank you for your help
Translation by Google :cheers:

Ciao a tutti
Vorrei aggiungere per il montaggio della software SuperGrubDisk Sardu (supergrubdisk.iso).
Come? Non ho ben capito quale sia la cartella EXTRA.
Ho provato la copia del ficheir ISO nella cartella EXTRA.
Ho anche provato a estrarre i file in quella cartella.
Sardu li mette pure NELLA "cartella EXTRA ISOLINUX, ma impossibile da usare dopo il boot dalla chiave USB.
La ringrazio per il vostro aiuto
Traduzione di Google :cheers:


The extra folder is only to parking our software in SARDU. No software will be added to the menu.

#55 pierre40

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 09:32 AM

«Le dossier supplémentaire est uniquement au stationnement Notre logiciel Dans Sardu. Aucun logiciel sera ajouté au menu. "



Bonjour

Alors Comment pouvons-nous ajouter le logiciel SuperGrubDisk (. Iso) à Sardu et être en mesure de l'utiliser après un démarrage avec le clé USB?
Est-ce possible maintenant?
Je vous remercie de votre réponse.

Hello

So how can we add software SuperGrubDisk (. Iso) Sardu and to be able to use it after booting with the USB stick?
Is this possible now?
Thank you for your reply.

(Traduction par Google) <_ <

 Ciao

Così come possiamo aggiungere SuperGrubDisk software (. Iso) Sardu e di essere in grado di utilizzare dopo l'avvio con la chiavetta USB?
È possibile tutto questo, adesso?
Grazie per la vostra risposta.
  (Traduzione di Google) <_ <

#56 davidecosta

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Posted 24 October 2009 - 12:19 PM

«Le dossier supplémentaire est uniquement au stationnement Notre logiciel Dans Sardu. Aucun logiciel sera ajouté au menu. "



Bonjour

Alors Comment pouvons-nous ajouter le logiciel SuperGrubDisk (. Iso) à Sardu et être en mesure de l'utiliser après un démarrage avec le clé USB?
Est-ce possible maintenant?
Je vous remercie de votre réponse.

Hello

So how can we add software SuperGrubDisk (. Iso) Sardu and to be able to use it after booting with the USB stick?
Is this possible now?
Thank you for your reply.

(Traduction par Google) <_ <

 Ciao

Così come possiamo aggiungere SuperGrubDisk software (. Iso) Sardu e di essere in grado di utilizzare dopo l'avvio con la chiavetta USB?
È possibile tutto questo, adesso?
Grazie per la vostra risposta.
  (Traduzione di Google) <_ <


I'm making a new version of SARDU who manages a personal file, put in the folder extra, so everyone can add what you want.

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 09:42 AM

A very great tool! Thanks!

I'm using BCDW for booting ISOs and Floppy-Images, but BCDW does not work with USB-Sticks. Now I can take SARDU!

There only two problems on my side:
- Windows PE is activated, but I don't see a boot menu entry
- VistaPE goes into the grub command line while booting

What can I do?

I've been testing the SARDU-ISO with VMWare Workstation.

#58 davidecosta

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 12:34 PM

A very great tool! Thanks!

I'm using BCDW for booting ISOs and Floppy-Images, but BCDW does not work with USB-Sticks. Now I can take SARDU!

There only two problems on my side:
- Windows PE is activated, but I don't see a boot menu entry
- VistaPE goes into the grub command line while booting

What can I do?

I've been testing the SARDU-ISO with VMWare Workstation.

The next version will use only isolinux. Unfortunately none of those who tested the beta version has given me ...
Try The beta version and tell me if it work fine. (you have a pm)

#59 davidecosta

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Posted 10 November 2009 - 11:18 PM

New release: SARDU 1.0.7.0
Upgrade syslinux to 3.83
Add support to ubcd5beta
Add entries for LiveXP
Add support to Macrium Reflect (Rescue.iso)
Fix austrumi with USB
Add support to Linux Multimedia Player "Limp"
Add Support to Win7pe
Add Reboot
Change menu pmagic
Add support to extra menu in the folder of extras
Remove button MegalabCD
Add Portuguese Language
Fix French Language
Add support to generic DSL
Fix UBCD4win

#60 amalux

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Posted 10 November 2009 - 11:35 PM

New release: 1.0.7.0

Thank you, where to download?

First post is still 1.0.6.6

#61 davidecosta

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Posted 10 November 2009 - 11:40 PM

Thank you, where to download?

First post is still 1.0.6.6


SARDU 1.0.7.0

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 02:19 PM

Please update the download link in the first post.

#63 davidecosta

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 03:16 PM

Please update the download link in the first post.


The official links to download SARDU are:
Official Site
Official mirror rapidshare

#64 Brito

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 04:23 PM

How about if we create a forum section for this project here on Boot Land?

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#65 davidecosta

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 04:58 PM

How about if we create a forum section for this project here on Boot Land?

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Logically I would be honored to have a section for SARDU's project.

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 05:09 PM

Logically I would be honored to have a section for SARDU's project.


Done. :whistling:

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 05:55 PM

Great! :whistling:

This topic will then be closed to ensure that future replies and requests get their own topics for discussion.

Please create some specific topics like "requests" or "getting started" to ensure that visitors can understand quickly how to use this tool or any other that you develop in the future.

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