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  1. Conclusion, using 0.23 with NTFS works best for me, at least on the HP mini 110-1012NR I was working on. When I prep'ed my stick with 1.07b it took at least 20x slower just loading Setup .. regardless of FAT or NTFS format. I should have made a video to show how slow it was. The time it took, with 1.07b, to inspect the hardware & loading Setup (before the HDD drivers were loading) .. that same stick prep'd with 0.23 was already done loading & asking me to press F8 to accept EULA.
  2. I just redid my OCZ Rally2 Turbo with 1.07b, formatted with BOOTICE to FAT32 @ 2048 LBA (and 63 LBA) .. the Initial Setup (loading the Setup Executable, Drivers, etc...) was very v-e-r-y s-l-o-w . . . My older Memorex 2GB stick was done with 0.23 @ FAT32 (and I think LBA 63) .. and it loaded Setup and the drivers very fast .. it was only slow copying files after Formatting the HD. I am now re-redoing my OCZ with 0.23 with RMPrepUSB, FAT32, Boot as HDD (2PNTS), XP Bootable [NTLDR] .. and we'll see if that is faster. edit: this time it is MUCH faster loading the Setup files & Drivers .. and I am guessing that it is FAT32 .. copying files after HDD format .. it is slow. I do not remember how fast that was when it was NTFS. Now I am tempted to try 0.23 with my OCZ with NTFS... edit2: 0.23 with NTFS boots correctly .. no STOP UNMOUNTABLE 0xED errors .. and it is copying files after format FAST!
  3. I got this same error with booting with my USB stick formatted with NTFS .. when I booted with a different stick, formatted with FAT32, I did not get the error & continued with Setup. edit: my OCZ Rally2 was prep'd with 1.07b and NTFS .. and was getting that error. Now I redid my OCZ with 0.23 and NTFS boots correctly .. no STOP UNMOUNTABLE 0xED errors .. and it is copying files after format FAST!
  4. that error: UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME .. is from formatting the USB flash with NTFS .. I got the same error with my stick formatted to NFTS .. when I booted with a different stick formatted with FAT32, I did not get the BSoD error. edit: my OCZ Rally2 was prep'd with 1.07b and NTFS .. and was getting that error. Now I redid my OCZ with 0.23 and NTFS boots correctly .. no STOP UNMOUNTABLE 0xED errors .. and it is copying files after format FAST!
  5. Only thing has changed is different but same OCZ flash. I have 3 of these OCZ Rally2 Turbo 4GB drives, I used a different one to prepare the last tests. I saw that Experimental PLoP option in the 1st GRUB menu, but didn't choose it .. ever. Now that I think about it .. I might have screwed up my 1st attempt with 1.0b7 .. after I did the Process MBR .. I poked around the Process PBR stuff & might have did something in there. I could have done the GRUB4DOS in there too.
  6. preped with 1.0 b7 bootice, parts manage, re-format, usb-hdd mode, align to 63, ntfs, check if Active, process mbr, grub4dos, [x] windows 2000/xp .. choose my Winlite/nLite folder .. GO boot from OCZ .. grub4dos menu, c find /usbdrive.tag (hd0,0) calc *0x475 & 0xFF 2 (HEX:0x2) It worked! I got to Setup choose hdd .. and then quit. I must have preped it wrong before.
  7. tl;dr all the posts .. but can I use this program to boot and install XP .. and to boot a Linux ISO/files? ilko_t, as for my other issue, processing my OCZ drive now, and going to head over to her house to try those commands.
  8. I'll give these a try in the next day or so .. I had to return her laptop, but needs the wireless printer installed .. so I'll try these tests then.
  9. Did you start from the USB-IDE disk or the OCZ? I am losing you here.Can we run a few tests on this machine to figure out what's going on? I am not sure if I used PLoP .. i choose bootice, parts manage, format this part, ntfs, then activate, then process mbr: grub4dos .. then choose my Winlite.iso, GO .. etc I only had the OCZ flash drive connected (only others were the internal HDD & DVD) .. If I also connected a USB to IDE HDD along with the OCZ flash drive .. upon boot on the Toshiba I press F12 to choose what to boot from .. I selected the OCZ flash drive like usual .. with both of them connected I do not get the I/O error. Tests .. if I don't have to format & install XP, sure .. other wise I'd need a spare 2.5" sata hdd to play with.
  10. Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 OCZ Rally2 Turbo 4GB WinSetupFromUSB_1-0-beta7 I formated the OCZ to NTFS & Activated the Boot Flag, and copied my nLite XP Pro SP3 ISO files. Upon boot I press F12 to select & boot from the OCZ .. I get the GRUB4DOS menu .. but when I choose First Part from the menu & Setup is just starting .. I get: The system encountered an I/O error accessing multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(2)partition(1). Setup cannot continue. Press any key to exit. But if I plug in a HDD using a USB to IDE adapter .. reboot, F12 choose the OCZ, GRUB4DOS, First Part .. it worked .. but during Second Part setup rebooted .. and now I get some aspc missing file error. I used WinSetupFromUSB 0.2.3 before on nearly the same laptop with a different flash drive (Memorex mini Travel 2GB) and it worked great .. but copy files was S-L-O-W. Right now I am trying 0.2.3 on my OCZ .. waiting for that to copy all the setup files ----- 0.2.3 on my OCZ worked perfectly! much much faster with my OCZ & NTFS!
  11. meh..i'll perform another reinstall =\
  12. bump, is there anyway I can add Video Capture back, with out reinstalling XP?
  13. that is for Creative Webcam Pro EX, it wont work =( On a hunch I am gona test the cam on a different computer, and see if it works. Works perfectly fine on Dell 4600, vanilla Dell Home XP ======================================================================= What part of the Nlite stuff I took out of the XP Pro CD to make it not work? ;# Drivers # MultiFunctional ?? ;# Hardware Support # Multi-port serial adapters USB Audio support USB Ethernet Video Capture ...!!!! OMG IT MUST BE THAT, How did I not see that before! Can I take this INI and the other INI with PID info etc, delete out the Video Capture, and make a new CD/ISO? Or How can I reinstall Video Capture with out making a new CD and re-installing for a 3th time?
  14. well I reinstalled with the WinLite I made afew weeks ago, got everything back the way it was. But I still cannot get the Webcam Pro/PD1030/OmniVision 511+ camera to work with any drivers. The green power LED on the cam lights up, but no picture/video at all.
  15. I did what you said, but I deleted everything from the Device Managers list of drivers for the webcam. I then DL'ed and installed the drivers, and rebooted. After reboot, I checked DM, and now there are yellow ! on both my CD/DVD Drives, Creative SB Live! Series, Universal Plug and Play Enumerator. AHHH!1 I deleted too much, heres what I deleted: @ECHO OFF DEL C:\WINDOWS\AMCAP.EXE DEL C:\WINDOWS\OMCAMCAP.EXE DEL C:\WINDOWS\OMCAMDIB.DLL DEL C:\WINDOWS\OMNIUNS.EXE DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\6620P.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\6630ADP.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\6630AFP.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\6630P.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\7610P.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\7620AEP.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\7620P.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\7630P.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\76BE.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\8600P.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\OVTCAM\CUSTOMP.SET DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\BMPPROC.DLL DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\KS.SYS DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\OMCAMVID.SYS DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\OVTCAMD.SYS DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\KSPROXY.AX DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\KSUSER.DLL DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\OMCAMEXT.AX DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\OMCAMEXT.DLL DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\OMCAMSTI.DLL DEL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\OMCAMUSD.DLL DEL C:\WINDOWS\TWAIN_32\OMCAM\OMCAMTWN.DS DEL C:\WINDOWS\VIDCAP32.EXE PAUSE I made a CMD file to delete those...I should have moved them instead. You think it is the KS.SYS, KSPROXY.AX & KSUSER.DLL? everything else looks to be the webcam.