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[script] Adding QSofts Ramdisk (v.5.2.7.0) to NanoXP


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#1 Zharif

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Posted 28 July 2006 - 05:55 PM

This script will add QSofts Ramdisk v.5.2.7.0 to NanoXP.

Source: XPPROSP2
OB: v.047
Env: NanoXP
- no upx'ing
- no dll replacing

This version is nagged but allows to create disk sizes bigger than 96MB.
Ramdisk drive letter and disk size can freely beconfigured.

Download HERE

#2 TheHive

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Posted 28 July 2006 - 06:39 PM

Works as stated. Using the options mentioned. Good job on the RAM drop down list. Can you add a custom option. Or is that not possible at this time.

Remember to increse your "Run ISO in Qemu" Ram Script accordingly, otherwise you will get an error about Insufficient System Resources.
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For example if all you have is 128MB Ram and you specify that you want a 128 or greater Ram Size then you will get the following: Which is expected. Cant squeeze more then you have.
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Qemu with 256MB and Qsoft RAMdrive to 128MB:
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:P

#3 Zharif

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Posted 28 July 2006 - 07:30 PM

New version uploaded.
I forgot to change some more values in registry if drive letter is selected.

@The Hive
I think it might be possible. But I've to convert REALLY MUCH MORE entries in my script till now.

#4 Nuno Brito

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Posted 28 July 2006 - 08:18 PM

Nice release, just tested and it works like a charm.. :P

Wouldn't it be more simple to just leave a text warning for people knowing that they should be carefull when selecting a 128Mb ramdisk or more won't run on emulated machines with the default 128Mb of RAM? :P

Perhaps a warning asking them for checking for themselves if this amount of RAM will be supported on the emulator, and if they have enough RAM free on their machines to actually run the ISO?


Overall result so far - Good work! :P




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